2017 Goals

This morning I knocked over my mop bucket, spilling dirty water all over the living room. Then I realized that my stove isn't broken like I thought it was for the past week, but that the gas line just wasn't opened all the way. New year, same me. But also, new year, new goals! Well, …

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This group had a lot of similar pairs so I'm going to do some head-to-heads and let you know which ones were my favorites. HISTORICAL FICTION I love historical fiction. Historical fiction is my jam. These two great pieces of historical fiction to read. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann …

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This latest batch is a diverse bunch of books. From pen pals to psychos, from time travel to space travel, I've read some tales! I'm still four books behind but determined to catch up. NON-FICTION Why do non-fiction books always have such long titles? Nothing beyond the colon is necessary. It's like movie previews these …

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I finally made it to the half-way point! I'm five books behind schedule but still trucking along. MEH Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng should be an awesome mystery tale. The first line is "Lydia is dead." I mean, talk about an opener! The thing is solving the mystery means learning about how awful …

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Almost half way there! Let's start with the bummers and work our way up from there. DISAPPOINTING The Children's Act by Ian McEwan was just boring. Like one thing happened that I guess was supposed to be exciting but it was pretty predictable (and if I saw it coming it must have been pretty predictable because …