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Over the last decade…

I wasn’t going to do this. I’ve had so many wrap-ups and round-ups over the last two weeks…but dammit it’s the end of a decade and my 2010 to 2019 was INSANITY at times, so I’ve just gotta. 2010 When … Continue reading

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2020 Book Priorities

Every year, I begin with a list of books that will be top priority over the next twelve months. This list is pulled from multiple sources: anticipated new releases unread books from my shelves backlogged audio queue Goodreads TBR and … Continue reading

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December 2019 in Review

It always feels weird to wrap up December after doing all my 2019 general recaps and bests-of. Still, so much happens in December that I don’t want to skip the monthly round-up. These always make nice memories to look back … Continue reading

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2020 Goals

Lesson learned from the last five years: If you aren’t really sure who you are as a person, if you have nothing driving you and no longterm place to reach, goals and resolutions become fairly meaningless. You can check them … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – 2019 in Review

This year…didn’t really go as I’d planned/hoped/expected. Pretty much everything my family expected from the year got turned on its head. Not all of it was bad or anything, just different. And really, just so FULL. My extended family added … Continue reading

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November 2019 in Review

This has been a month of changes for me and my family. Morrigan of course got home, after separating out from the navy. There’s been a lot of packing and prep to move into our new place, so the housing … Continue reading

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RIP XIV Wrap-up

It’s been an awesome challenge, y’all! Let me just start with that. I had a HUGE list of potential books on my original Readers Imbibing Peril list – nineteen total. Of those, I read eight, culled eight, and was unable … Continue reading

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