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Mini Reviews

I’ve been borrowing a ridiculous amount of books from the library considering how many books I have and continue to get at home.  But!, I am nothing if not horribly unrealistic about my reading speed, so let’s do this. Library … Continue reading

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Quick Book Thoughts

It’s been forever since I posted something here, but during this absence, I’ve read quite a few books that don’t really need full reviews.  So here’s some quick book thoughts. Behind Her Eyes, a.k.a., Fear the Queer 2017.  Spoilers, but … Continue reading

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Falstaff by Harold Bloom — A Love Letter to Life

Title:  Falstaff:  Give Me Life (Shakespeare’s Personalities) Author:  Harold Bloom Publisher:  Scribner Rec:  So highly! Pre-order on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, or Simon & Schuster I received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley.  What follows is my honest review. I … Continue reading

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Everything I Never Told You — It’s Like a Punch in the Gut, but Great

Title:  Everything I Never Told You Author:  Celeste Ng Rec?  So yes.  Get this book. I read this for the “Read a Debut Novel” part of the Read Harder Book Challenge, thinking, like I do with most books, that I’ll be … Continue reading

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The Read Harder Challenge

After reading over 200 books and stories last year (why, I’ll never know), I’ve decided to cut it back this year, with a goal of only 50.  Even if I read over that number (which I very likely will as … Continue reading

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The Rapid Fire Book Tag

Apparently this is how we do LJ memes here on WordPress. Anyway, Read Diverse Books did it, and since they left a general free-for-all tag, why the hell not?  Besides, I love doing random things instead of the important things … Continue reading

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