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bookaholic1
Sisters | Patricia MacDonald
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#26
Wow...what a read...way off on guessing this one, will definetly read more of this Author

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limada
Captivating Couples | David Baird
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Just a cute little fluff piece to fill in a few minutes of a lazy Saturday. There are some cute tidbits from filming of these romantic moments that I didn't know before, so not a total waste. #26-2024

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MEAN SPIRIT | Linda Hogan
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I have always wanted to use this diagram to share my reading; apologizes to source creator of the art since I failed to note where this originates. Please tag yourself! Thank you 🙏

March 2024 best read = Mean Spirit / Linda Hogan, Book #26 2024. (#ReadICT : indigenous author)
February = Blackouts / Justin Torres, Book #11 - winner ToB XX
January = Clare Pooley's The Authenticity Project, Book #5. (Also #ReadICT : lost/found category)

MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @CSeydel Is the creator. I‘m using it too, love the idea! ❤️ 2mo
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Allthebookclubs
The Good Part | Sophie Cousens
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A fun read about wishing to jump ahead in life so you can skip the hard parts. Thought provoking, heart warming, and a fun cast of characters. I thought this was going to end up being a grief manifestation, but it wasn‘t. Book #26 in 2024

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TheSpineView
Rogue Cyborg | Grace Goodwin
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#SeriesLove2024 @Andrew65

This book is #26 in the Interstellar Brides series but can be read as a stand alone. It is a well paced Sci-Fi romance that had great characters. I actually hope we get the full story on a couple of the secondary characters. 4⭐️

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Gissy
Elevation | Stephen King
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Mixed feelings with this short story? Novella? This is about Scott who is losing weight without “getting thinner”. Then there are some situations with people in the community where you see prejudices, discrimination. At some point, I was lost because Mr. King is talking about other irrelevant things, at least for me. But again, the story takes another emphasis, Scott condition, the race and that end...beautiful and sad😔⬇️

Gissy (Cont.) I still liked because this is another character driven story and I love this type of stories and Mr. King is an expert on that. For me was a science fiction story not horror. 3.5/4⭐️

January 2024 #BookSpinBingo #7 (buddyread) without being part of the group 😂
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#52BookClub24 #24 (cover without people)
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Gissy #GoodReads52BooksAroundTheYear prompt #26 (author known by his initials)
#Losersclub January book @BarkingMadRead
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DieAReader 🥳Great 5mo
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mabell
A Visit from Saint Nicholas | Clement Clarke Moore
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This is the version that I found I also had in a board book. Originally published in 1995, with illustrations by Christian Birmingham. I have quite a few versions that I love, but I think this is my favorite. The illustrations are gorgeous - soft and slightly mysterious that perfectly suits the poem. The black & white illustrations on the text pages are lovely, and the font is perfect too.

#26 of #TwastheNight

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Coleen
Strangers in Death | J. D. Robb
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I‘d not read any of the others in this series, but despite it being #26, I was able to follow along quite easily and for the most part enjoyed this quite a bit. I did find the sex scenes rather cheesy & unnecessary (*cringe*), and the audiobook reader did fine with the exception of one particular character, in which her choice in voice was awful.

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Creme_de_la_them
Everfair | Nisi Shawl
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Book #26 of the year: “Everfair” by Nisi Shawl

I didn‘t like it 😕 I really wanted to, but it was hard to get into the story, the timeline was weird, and there wasn‘t much character development. I‘d say skip this one.

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papascott33
Belladonna | Adalyn Grace
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#26 of 2023!
Trying something a bit different out of my wheelhouse 😊
Started: 8/5/23
Finished: 8/20/23
16 Days

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