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
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!
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!
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.