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#BookishRewind2018
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madamereadsalot1
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Clearly, I'm looking forward to the preternatural romance genre more than anything in the coming year. 🤷 #bookishrewind2018

Kayla.Adriena Is that a sequel I see?! 11mo
madamereadsalot1 @Kayla.Adriena it is SO the sequel! 11mo
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Bookjunkie57
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I literally just finished this book thanks to #Negalley and @StMartinsPress but its the book I‘ve been eagerly anticipating since... the last book. 😉 I will definitely be doing a reread via audiobook when it drops on January. #BookishRewind2018

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Susanita
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Resolutions:
1. Read 75 books
-Focus on series (see tagged book)
-Reading challenges to guide but not dictate choices
-Read from personal shelves
-Research travel destinations through book settings
2. Sign up for Frederick County library card
3. BOLO for author signings and events
4. Volunteer at NBF 31 August
5. Photo challenges!
#seriesread
#BookishRewind2018
#SundayFunday
#anewchapter

sebrittainclark Awesome goals! 🎉❤🎉❤🎉 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Yay!!!! 👍🏻🙌🏻📚 11mo
TheSpineView Some great goals! So glad you are joining me for the #SeriesRead challenge! 11mo
vkois88 This an incredible list. You got this! 👍👍👍 11mo
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LeslieO
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Favorite series: House of Niccolo;
Favorite rereads: Niccolo Rising, Spring of the Ram
Book hero: Niccolo
#BookishRewind2018

rubyslippersreads I really need to read some Dunnett this year. 11mo
LeslieO @rubyslippersreads I suggest you start with The Game of Kings! 11mo
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merelybookish
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Not your typical book heroine, but 40-something Jane Cleveland might be my favorite character from this past year's reading. She's bright, observant, kind, absentminded, snoopy, meddlesome, and slightly-too-honest. And she's a terrible homemaker to boot. (Poor Jane, so unsuited to being a vicar's wife!) I found her an absolute delight! More Pym for me in 2019!
#bookishrewind2018 #favoritebookheroes

Ruthiella Me too! I think I‘ll read A Glass Full of Blessings in 2019!😀 11mo
saresmoore Yay for more Pym! 11mo
LeslieO I think I need to read more Pym in 2019! 11mo
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Reviewsbylola I agree, time for more Pym! 11mo
LeahBergen More Pym for me in 2019, too! 👏🏻👏🏻 11mo
saresmoore I‘m always up for that! 😁 11mo
Reviewsbylola I would be on board! 11mo
kspenmoll This was such a fun read! Would love to join in a Pym buddy read. Keep me posted please! 11mo
Ruthiella Sure! 11mo
LeahBergen Sounds good to me! 11mo
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madamereadsalot1
The Outsider | Stephen King
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#bookishrewind2018

Holly Gibney is my favorite! She's the best kind of hero.

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RachelAnne777
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#BookishRewind2018

December 29 - Favorite Book Heroes

Sean Parnell and the rest of his platoon have made it to the tippy-top of my heroes list. Absolutely amazing the things they endured and did.

@joyce.merces

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Susanita
Parable of the Sower | Octavia E. Butler
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Four #heroes from the year‘s reading.

Kitty Weeks from A Front Page Affair)
Vasya from the Winternight trilogy
Circe
Lauren Olamina from Parable of the Sower which was also a #reread

#BookishRewind2018

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AsYouWish
Heroes | Robert Collins
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12/29- I would say my favorite book about a hero this year was Highest Duty by Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger. It was an amazing read, written by the hero himself. I know he doesn't consider himself a hero, just a man doing his job, but to me that makes him the true definition of a hero. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to know more about what happens that day on the Hudson.

#BookishRewind2018

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Bookjunkie57
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My swoon worthy heroes for 2018. #BookishRewind2018