Tag Archives: nonfiction

June Reading Update [2019]

Last year I read 59 books total, so my this time of the year I am competing with myself and want to be past the halfway point to 60. After May, I had read 41 books. This month I read … Continue reading

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What I Read in October 2018

During the month of October I read: The Thousandth Floor (Series #1) by Katharine McGee – I saw this YA book recommended a few times recently. It was much longer than I was expecting, with a lot of characters to … Continue reading

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What I Read in August 2018

I’m embarrassed to write this. On August 26th, I realized that I had barely finished one book this month, and that was an audiobook. After realizing this, I did a lot of reflection about why that was and I got … Continue reading

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June ’17 Reading Update

This month I read 3 books, bringing my 2017 total to 21. Golden Prey (Lucas Davenport Series #27) – by John Sanford – I hadn’t read a Sanford Prey book in over a year, and I really enjoyed this one. … Continue reading

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May Reading Update

This month felt like a slow reading month. Below are my reading experiences from May. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates- I chose to listen to this as an audiobook because I was in the middle of reading … Continue reading

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March Reading Update

This year I’m sharing the experiences I have reading. ┬áThis month I reached my #read16in16 goal, but there are plenty more books on my to-be-read list!   Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert -This book was on … Continue reading

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What I Read in 2015

This year I have kept track of everything I read for my own memory, and as part of the #read15in15 challenge. While some bloggers write reviews of books read, or have articulated rating scales, I am much more informal. I … Continue reading

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