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X is for … eXcessive fashion reports

I always knew filling the X slot in my alphabet reading challenge might be difficult, so when I spotted a book titled Xoe early in the year I grabbed it. Due to my lack of choice I wasn’t especially hopeful. … Continue reading

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U is for … Uh oh!

Okay, so it’s been a mixed week, to say the least. I haven’t found or read a “U” book yet. I tried several and discarded them. There’s another I could pick, but it’s by an author I’ve already read in … Continue reading

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Q is for … quite slow-going

So, leading on from my last alphabet post where I noted that you can rate my enthusiasm for a book from how long I take to read it, I’ll start by telling you I finished my Q book, started more … Continue reading

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G is for … Gorgeous Goldfish

This was recommended to meĀ the significantĀ 12-year-old in my life, and I – a YA-loving adult – utterly fell in love with it. Diverse writing and writing about mental illness is “on trend” right now (a good thing, imo), and The … Continue reading

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B is for … barely a story

Okay, that’s rather unkind, but there is a danger this post may turn into a slight rant. My “B” book selection was BR Paulson’s Barely Alive. Now, one thing I’m loving about this challenge is that I’m finding all kinds … Continue reading

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