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September 2019 in Review

I can’t believe today is the last of the month. It’s flown! And while it’s been fairly good, I’m really looking forward to October, my favorite month of the year! Reading It has been a fantastic start to RIP month!! … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Oh the Places I’d Go!

Last week, I started making a list of places I’d love to visit, and it kinda turned into a bit of a mini-bucket-list. I know it’s a long shot that I’ll get to visit everything on this list, but it … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – All the Little Things

So many things are happening, so this will be more of a list post, trying to wrap my head around stuff, plus celebrating some fun new things! Morrigan was told that his March 5th ship date is probably pretty first, … Continue reading

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August 2019 in Review

August is probably my least favorite month of the year, and has been since I was young. It’s just too damn hot here in August. We had weeks and weeks of relentless heat this August – temps over 100 with … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – RIP XIV

And it’s here!!!!! For the I-don’t-know-how-many-eth time, I’m participating in the Readers Imbibing Peril Challenge this fall. (I believe my first time was 2009?) For those who haven’t heard of this before, the RIP Challenge runs from September 1st to … Continue reading

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Autumn Aims

I know it’s not autumn yet, and I know that it won’t even FEEL like autumn here until mid-November or so, but I love this time of year. My brain always equates “September through November” with the three months of … Continue reading

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Books on the List

For those of you who knew me as a blogger in the first half of 2011, you’ll probably remember a major shift that I made a few months into the year. I went from reading and reviewing 15+ books per … Continue reading

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