September Wrap Up Part 2

Tendonitis be damned I managed to get some reading done in the last half of the month. Let me tell you, it's not easy holding open a book when moving your thumb at all causes shooting pain. Books I've read that I'll be posting full Thoughts/Post on: Upright Women Wanted by Sarah GaileyI will cover... Continue Reading →

September Wrap-up Part 1

September felt like it last forever. I started off really badly, I'm going to be honest and it spurred me on to take up my No More Library rule for the end of the year. I also developed tendonitis in my right wrist in the last half that I still need to get addressed, so... Continue Reading →

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July Wrap-Up Pt. 1

I made an effort this month to fit in a lot of books I've been putting off. Partially to continue to educate myself on difficult topics and partially because I after the lackluster month of June I knew I wanted some things to make me think and feel. I really read some great books because... Continue Reading →

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June Wrap-Up

June was a small reading month for me. I didn't read a whole lot, but I had a few good things to read. Unfortunately I also had more than I normally have that was either a complete miss or a very meh read. I don't know if there was anything I read that I'd like... Continue Reading →

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May Wrap-up Part 2

The second part of May was... romance heavy so gird your loins (see what I did there?). First Comes Scandal by Julia Quin was my first read and honestly I found it... lukewarm? I can barely remember anything about it and I certainly couldn't tell you much more than the summary will give you. So... Continue Reading →

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April Wrap-Up Part 2

  The second half of April was just slow. I read quite a few graphic novels but the novel reading slowed down. For a few weeks in there I didn’t have a dedicated eReader, which honestly bummed me out (till my hubby treated me to a new one) and I just didn’t have a lot of... Continue Reading →

February Wrap-up Pt 1

The first full month with my daughter was a learning experience. We had to find our new normal - for the time being, till I return to work - and heal up. I swear those first two weeks of her being home were the hardest thing I've ever done (including childbirth), but we're starting to... Continue Reading →

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