Five Things Friday

Welcome to another Friday! What I read: I finally finished The Passage. (I even wrote a post about it!) I also finished The Cold Dish by Craig Johnson, which I thoroughly enjoyed, and My Story by Elizabeth Smart, which was interesting but lacking in quality. […]

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No One Tells Me What To Read

    I’m turning 39 later this month, and have been reflecting on this decade of my life as it’s winding down. When I saw this article on 40 Books to Read Before You Turn 40, I couldn’t help but click! I consider myself well-read, so I was curious […]

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Five Things Friday

  Welcome to my second week of Five Things Friday, here’s a quick recap of my week! Currently Reading: While I’m still plugging away at The Passage on audio, I’m also currently reading a physical copy of The Cold Dish by Craig Johnson. This is […]

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What I Read in July

The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd This was a re-read for me, although it’s been well over a decade,  so I didn’t remember many details. It’s a lovely story about a motherless girl and her quest to belong. Coincidentally, this book was listed […]

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Five Things Friday

Several of the book blogs I like do a weekly recap of some kind, and I like so I decided to create my own!   Currently Reading:  As of today, I’m half way through The Passage by Justin Cronin and I’ll admit, I’m pretty impressed […]

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Anatomy Of A Book Hangover

In my recent list of downsides to being a bookworm, I discussed having a book hangover. I’d mentioned the phenomenon before that as well, however I realize not everyone is familiar with the term. For those of you who haven’t experienced it, and for those of […]

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Judging A Book By Its Cover: Jane Eyre

  I recently came home from a yard sale with a paperback copy of Jane Eyre. When I showed my husband, I said “I know you already have this but I really like this edition.” He didn’t question my madness at all and said “Sure, that […]

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