Reading Lately: November 2018

12.3.2018

While November was a wonderful month for me personally, it wasn't great in terms of literature. I had a lot of of stops-and-starts this month, with books I'd put on hold with every intention to read and then found I didn't want to pick up or finish. Florida by Lauren …

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Reading Lately: October 2018

10.28.2018

My lucky-book-streak continues this month, with some truly fantastic fiction and a small dash of self-help. I also just got about 9 books in from the library all at the same time, so am looking forward to spending the weekend curled up with some tea and a lot of books …

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Reading Lately: September 2018

09.20.2018

Hello! How are you? How are things? I've been travelling for work a lot for the past month - a blessing and a curse - which has meant I get to see a lot of wonderful humans I care for and don't see very often.

I've unknowingly been on a books-by-women-about-women kick …

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Reading Lately: August 2018

08.10.2018

It's been a while since I posted what I've been reading lately. We're still in the dog days of summer, soaking in the sunshine and trying to ignore the back-to-school ads even though we're not technically on summer break anymore. My summer has been busy in the best possible way …

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Summer Reads 2018

06.3.2018

If February and March were a drought of good books, then April and May have seen downpours! I've been reading up a storm based on recommendations from book clubs, podcasts, and blogs, and have found myself reading one great book after another! Great might actually be a bit of a …

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Reading Lately: March 2018

03.26.2018

It's been a while since I did a book roundup, and honestly that's because I had a rather unlucky streak of uninspiring books. It wasn't that these were "bad" books, but they just weren't the type of books that felt worth sharing. The Commitment by Dan Savage is the perfect …

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My Reading Process

12.21.2017

Hello, fearless reader! This post is all about how I:

  1. Find which books I want to read
  2. Acquire (or rather loan) said books
  3. Read them
  4. Reflect on them

If you've been meaning to read more but aren't sure how to get started, or aren't satisfied with your current reading process …

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