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Let’s Talk Bookish – August 6, 2021

This is my first week doing the Let’s Talk Bookish meme, hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books & Dani @ Literary Lion. This is a weekly meme where each week bloggers discuss a different topic, suggested by bloggers. This week’s … Continue reading

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New Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke – a Book Review

First, a disclaimer. I haven’t studied poetry since college, and even then it was just a couple of classes. I’ve never really been a reader who has gravitated toward poetry, and it’s very easy to say I’m pretty rusty when … Continue reading

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One Two Three by Laurie Frankel – a Book Review

At first glance, this would appear to be a common real life storyline. But, somehow, Laurie Frankel has made something truly unique and refreshing with One Two Three. This is reminiscent of Erin Brockovich, the woman who helped build a … Continue reading

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TBR Thursday – Episode 9: August 5, 2021

I added a couple of TBR’s this week, so I’m beginning my cleanup with 501. I’ll dispense with the formalities and get right to it. 94 Flight by Sherman Alexie Synopsis: “With powerful and swift, prose, Flight follows this troubled … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – August 4, 2021 #wwwwednesday #bookishmemes

Hello and welcome to a new week of WWW Wednesday, a weekly series hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. In it, we share our reading progress for the week by answering three questions beginning with W … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Title Temptation – August 3, 2021

Welcome to a new week of Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week, I’ll be examining 10 books I’ve either read because the title grabbed me or I added it to my TBR because the title … Continue reading

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Antkind by Charlie Kaufman – a Book Review

I have done it! I have climbed the mountain that is Antkind and have lived to tell the tale. Truly, this novel can best be summed up using dialogue from the novel itself: When our main character is conversing with … Continue reading

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Reading Challenge update – July 30, 2021

It’s the last Friday of July, so it’s a great time to check in with my reading challenge progress. I find myself in really great shape at this point, as I’m crushing my 52 book goal. I’m doubling up on … Continue reading

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Radiant: The Dancer, the Scientist, and a Friendship Forged in Light by Liz Heinecke: a Book Review

This is the first adult book for author Liz Heinecke whose background is in molecular biology and bacteriology. She has written some in the past in the sciences for children, specifically in experiments parents and children can do at home … Continue reading

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TBR Thursday – Episode 8: July 29, 2021

Welcome to a new week of my TBR cleanup. I evidently added a couple, which I don’t remember doing, so perhaps I’ve been doing some sleep perusing of goodreads. Anyway, I’m currently at 501, so let’s get started! 216 The … Continue reading

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