Read Feed | February 2019

I feel like I say this every month, but February was filled with incredible books! Months like this one make me beyond grateful that I ditched the “planning” aspect of reading by picking books ahead of time — there are several books from this month that I stumbled across and ending up loving. A favorite […]

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How I Became a Reader Again

When I was a kid, I was always reading. My mom would take me to the library and I’d leave with an overflowing tote bag, reading them all before we returned a few weeks later. Our family would go into a bookstore and I’d drool over all the books I wanted to read. My parents […]

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Read Feed | December 2018

December was an intense reading month! I was captivated by these stories (7 out of 8 this month were fiction) and spent a bit more time in the car than usual, so it was a big win for me. It also helped me set my reading goal for 2019 and a solid pace for reading […]

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Read Feed | November 2018

November was a slow reading month for me, for a few reasons: The 2 books I listened to were longer. I was trying to push myself to read more physical books. A lot of the books I had on hold through the library (how I listen to most of my books) still weren’t available. I’m […]

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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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Friday Five 011

A few days late on this Friday Five, but it’s been one of those weeks. Here’s what I’m loving this week…

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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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