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Default Current Reads 2020... January

Alrighty!! Let's see how you managed to finish off the month of December for 2019...

A few of my favorites for the month were:
Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center
I Think I Love You by Lauren Layne
Everything by Camille Pagán !!
The Family Man by Elinor Lipman
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

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Here's what I read in the last 2 weeks of December:


First book of 2020 (should finish it tomorrow if I'm not too exhausted after returning to kindergarten!!) is A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult.
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*how do you get the stars to display?

First completed book for 2020 is City of Girls 4Stars!
Working on The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Unhoneymooners (audio)
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*how do you get the stars to display?

First completed book for 2020 is City of Girls 4Stars!
Working on The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Unhoneymooners (audio)
I posted them awhile back, in another thread, but here they are again ♥
lemme know if this image doesn't work



& I really enjoyed The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Unhoneymooners [this one made me laugh so much]!! gave 4 stars to each
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Ask Again, Yes ... has been in my queue for a while now, but have been afraid it'll be too sad. is it horribly depressing?? I hate sad.
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Ask Again, Yes ... has been in my queue for a while now, but have been afraid it'll be too sad. is it horribly depressing?? I hate sad.
No, not too terribly sad.
I actually listened to this one and it kept my interest all the way thru which is rare.
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I posted them awhile back, in another thread, but here they are again ♥
lemme know if this image doesn't work



& I really enjoyed The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Unhoneymooners [this one made me laugh so much]!! gave 4 stars to each
You add the stars in PS?
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In Dec I read a lot and scrapped not at all lol:

this one was a bit predictable, but a good read



Also a good read



post apocalyptic, good but a classic movie rip off and a mega crap ton of editing errors which irritate me but I like her books so deal with it lol



super hard read, great book but literally made me sick to my stomach at points and had to stop for a break. Heartbreaking how some people have lives like this, smh



I love this author, but this one was .... eh



this one was really good

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You add the stars in PS?
You should be able to just right click the image and save in PS... then separate them like an alpha sheet.
If not, I'd be happy to send you the individual .pngs ♥ just shoot me a PM
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I'm seeing a lot of good looking boos here, I might as well add them to my tbr list!
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My favourite author is Octavia Randolph. Her Circle of Ceridwen Sagas leaves you wanting more.
Ceridwen of Kilton
The Claiming
The Circle of Ceridwen
The Hall of Ty
Tindr
Silver Hammer, Golden Cross
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