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kspenmoll
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#weeklyforcast
Making good progress with Say Nothing- its so engrossing I have read 44% so far. #nonfiction. 25 pages my goal.
Started A Christmas Party #holidaycheer- hope to read at least 30 pages.
Might start either of the other 2, but this week is busy at work, holiday party, day trip to NYC- don‘t know if I will get Much reading done. 📚🎄🎅🏻

PatriciaU I discovered LJ Ross this year. So good! 19m
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CaroPi
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Pickpick

A very good narration of what it was one of the first initiatives of women to speak out about what happened to them. Something that we all should read either to gain courage and speak out or to admire all women who are doing it. #nonfiction #womenissues #metoo

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HeatherBookNerd
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Pickpick

This was a completely fascinating account of the life of Sandra Pankhurst, a complicated and resourceful woman who has suffered her own share of challenges and trauma. Yet she continued to move forward and has a successful business helping others clean up after disaster with compassion and humor. An especially great audiobook.
#nonfiction #readharderchallenge

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Diary of a Young Girl | Anne Frank

• Anne Frank seems like a sweet friend -- she was an amusing writer and I'm chuckling at her words. Why haven't I already read this?! •

#classics #AnneFrank #memoir #diaries #history #WW2 #nonfiction #paperbacks #currentlyreading

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• Recent library haul of goodies. Any thoughts or recs? May not get to any of them but I still can't leave the library without at least 10 books 😬 •

#happyholidays #librarylove #libraryloot #librarylends #TBR #nonfiction #hardcovers

IndoorDame I just read maybe you should talk to someone and I loved it! It‘s really smart writing and I totally connected with it emotionally 6h
Readage @IndoorDame Thanks for the recommendation 😁 Glad you enjoyed it; it's the one I want to read the most 6h
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Readage @Megabooks Glad to hear it 🙂 thanks; I've heard good things 👍 6h
Megabooks I‘ve read Chung‘s book too but it was just a so-so. 6h
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Chelsea.Poole
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#CurrentlyReading this account of fraud and deception of wealth. #nonfiction #truecrime #audiobook
First batch of my most favorite Christmas cookie, Russian tea cakes with lemon black tea for breakfast. Feelin festive 🎄 ☕️

ljuliel Uh Oh ! I see my favorite cookies ! They look so good. 😋 10h
rmaclean4 What do you think about the book? It is on my TBR. 9h
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readtheworld
Highway of Tears | Jessica McDiarmid
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What a heartbreaking, important book. Highway of Tears tells the story of the dozens of indigenous women who have disappeared or been murdered along a remote stretch of road in northern British Columbia.

McDiarmid lays out the history of the area, the lack of attention given to the missing women, and their families‘ struggle to have their stories heard.

#nonfiction #audiobook #canada #history

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kspenmoll
A Christmas Journey | Anne Perry
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#BookReport
Say Nothing: #nonfiction Goal was 25 pages; read 8
A Christmas Journey: #audiobook:finished. Different than what I expected, themes of the power of words to wound, redemption, & the oppressiveness of English upper class social mores at the time.
Guidebook to Murder: #Mysteryoftheweek: exceeded goal; approx an hour left.
A Noel killing: #HoludayCheer: just started, ph. 29,not projected half way through novel.


Cinfhen I‘ve put Say Nothing in hibernation / I think I need to switch to print 1d
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Salt: A World History | Mark Kurlansky
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Road trip audiobook choice: #salt #scottbrick #nonfiction

I‘m liking it so far!

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