Tag Archives: Recommended reads

Top Reads of 2021

Since it’s the first week of January, I thought I would kick off the New Year by putting a bow on 2021.  From January through December, I read 35-40 books. (Truth be told, a lot were research books which I … Continue reading

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This Month’s Recommended Reads

Phew! November was quite a month. When I look back, I did a lot more reading than I thought.  Probably to make up for the lack of reading in October. December is looking like a light reading month as well, … Continue reading

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Recommended Read: Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy

There’s something train wrecks. You see the damage, and you want to turn away, but you can’t. The scene won’t let you. That’s how I felt reading Shoulder Season by Christina Clancy.  Not that the book is a train wreck. … Continue reading

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Recommended Reads

September was another eclectic reading month with books that ran from politics to true crime. (And no, the politics and true crime are not related.) The Guilt Trip by Sandi Jones:  Sandi, Sandi, Sandi.  I had such high expectations. After … Continue reading

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Recommended Reads – The Philosophy Edition

AKA: What I Learned From a 3000-Year-Old Emperor I spent most of August indulging my nerdier roots by reading philosophy and social psychology. The books were fascinating reading, but realizing most of you aren’t into these topics as much as … Continue reading

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Recommended Reads for June

This month I managed to read three great books and half of one so-so one.  Let’s start with the good, shall we? The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin: This book kept selling out at the Barnes & Noble where … Continue reading

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Recommend Reads for May

Despite being distracted by a crochet project, I still managed to read a few books during April.  Three of them I highly recommend.  One I suggest you pass up. WIDOWS OF CHAMPAGNE by Renee Ryan: Full disclosure here, Renee is one of … Continue reading

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Recommended Read: The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly

Wow! Is it the end of March already?  Happy Easter and/or Passover to my friends who celebrate.   I wanted to share with you a recommended read.  The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly.   The Last Garden in England tells the story … Continue reading

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