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2019 Year in Reading

Welcome to my Big Book Survey for 2019! Number Of Books Read: 72 (goal of 52!) Number of Re-Reads: 9 Genre Read Most: LGBT &  Non-Fiction Best Book You Read In 2019? On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong. Book You Were Excited… Continue Reading “2019 Year in Reading”

Young Adult Potpourri

A Mixed-Bag During the academic term, I typically find myself reading a lot of young adult fiction. Young adult fiction, while often tackling very serious real-world issues, also tends to be highly readable for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is… Continue Reading “Young Adult Potpourri”

Circe by Madeline Miller

Have you ever read a book that left you feeling completely stunned? It happens to me rarely, but when it does, I have this thing where I can’t do anything with my thoughts afterward. I can write about a good book, even a great… Continue Reading “Circe by Madeline Miller”

2018 End of Year Book Survey

Welcome to my Big Book Survey for 2018! Number Of Books You Read: 48 (goal of 48!) Number of Re-Reads: 7 Genre You Read Most: Literary Fiction Best Book You Read In 2018? So Big by Edna Ferber On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder Sometime… Continue Reading “2018 End of Year Book Survey”

A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*

In this second “potpour-reads” post, I share some quick thoughts on three recent reads, all of which were completed in May. The Secret Garden was a title on my Classics Club Challenge list. The Burning Maze is third in the Trials of Apollo series… Continue Reading “A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*”

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