Read Feed | October 2018

Happy November, friends! Here’s a look back at what I read in October. But before I do, I wanted to share a really fun resource if you’re looking for good books to read. I’ve been eyeing the Book of the Month club for a while and finally bit the bullet a few weeks ago. When […]

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Read Feed | September 2018

September was a nice balance of fiction and non-fiction, with two books about creativity I’d been interested in reading for some time. I’m currently sitting at 40 books read this year, without counting the Harry Potter books I enjoyed over the summer, so I’m only 35 from my goal for the year. I’ll need to […]

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Read Feed | August 2018

One of my goals in reading 75 books in 2018 has been to explore stories about and writings by people different than me. My environment is fairly homogenous, so reading is one avenue I use to learn about people I don’t interact with as often as I’d like. This month definitely opened up new worlds […]

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READ FEED | JULY 2018

Rewinding a bit, here’s what I read in July while on vacation and lots of time in the car during my daily commute. It’s been a full, fun summer and I can’t believe it’s almost over.

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Read Feed | June 2018

June was a less productive reading month than the past few, but I still enjoyed several audiobooks during our move — they are great company while packing and unpacking! First, I listened to Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng and it was incredible in that totally-lives-up-to-the-hype kind of way. I didn’t know much about the story before starting […]

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Read Feed | May 2018

May was a productive reading month! (Vacation helped.) While we were in the Bahamas, I enjoyed Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, which made me laugh so hard I cried — and then read passages aloud to Zach. I love her writing style and I’m excited to read her other books when I […]

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Read Feed | April 2018

With less time spent on social media lately, I’ve missed sharing the books I’m enjoying this year. My hope is to share the books I’ve read at the end of each month here for a bit more of a comprehensive approach.

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