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What I Read in September

What I Read in September

In my efforts to avoid any and all outdoor activity since September decided to be hotter than summer, I read like 5 million books this month, so there’s lots to share here!

What I Read in August

What I Read in August

August got off to a slow start but ended strong just in time for September and FALL to begin. Let’s go!

What I Read in July

What I Read in July

July was full of so, so many library books (SORRY, books i already own! i promise i’ll read all of you eventually!) and lots of Colleen Hoover and mostly easy, breezy romances… but hey, it’s summer, so NO SHAME.

What I Read in June

What I Read in June

Ahhhh, sweet summertime. Wait, just kidding — this is my least favorite season by FAR. Thankfully, though, the days are longer and the extra sunlight motivates me to read even more than usual…

What I Read in May

What I Read in May

This month was full of SO MUCH READING and so many fast, fun, kick-off to summer books, and lots of YA, and a few duds too… but it was SOLID. The stack of books got a little out of control by the end of the month, but that’s the best problem to have, am I right?! Here’s to even more reading this summer!

What I Read in April

What I Read in April

I did not read much at ALL this month. Even though I got through 8 books in total which doesn’t seem THAT far off from my goal of 10, many of this month’s reads were short ones (young adult, middle grade, and quick creativity books that were very fast reads!).

What I Read in March

What I Read in March

It’s been a BUSY month and I have had wayyyy less reading time, but am still so proud of getting through as many books as I did!

What I Read in February

What I Read in February

This month had a healthy mix of real winners and total duds, but I’m proud of how many books I got through in this shorter month!

What I Read in January

What I Read in January

I started 2019 strong with my reading! I’m still focusing this year on increasing the diversity of what I read (genres, styles, lengths, authors, etc) and I think it’s going to be awesome.

#COLLABOREADS: A Free Book

#COLLABOREADS: A Free Book

I got this book for free this month, and was SO glad to have finally read it after hearing buzz about it for years! This one will change your life, guaranteed.

#COLLABOREADS: A Vintage Book (25+ Years Old)

#COLLABOREADS: A Vintage Book (25+ Years Old)

There are VERY few books I'll reread, so for this to be one of them (and to get rave reviews both times!) is really saying something. It stands the test of time!

#COLLABOREADS: A One Word Title

#COLLABOREADS: A One Word Title

I turned to bookstagram for help picking my "one word title" book this month, and this one was the clear winner! Think Narnia, but set in Portland, with STUNNING illustrations... it was a winner!

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