Monthly Archives: May 2016

22 – Grave Peril: Every Series Has a Low Point

I didn’t finish this book, but I’m counting it toward my 75 books because I read more than half of it and gave it my best effort. In the end I just couldn’t get invested in it. I read the … Continue reading

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7 Day/7 Book Challenge: In Closing

So the week is over, the books have been read, and accomplishments have been felt. I know this post is late, but I got sick over the week and fell behind in the reviews, but I stayed up with the … Continue reading

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Day 7 – Live What You Love: The Blanchard’s Story Of Finding A Life To Live Their Dreams

This week has been a week of returning to old favorites, and it has been a surprisingly nice journey. I’m usually not one to reread many books as there are far too many new books to read, but I think … Continue reading

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Day 6 – The Phantom Tollbooth

“What you can do is often simply a matter of what you will do” (247). The Phantom Tollbooth is a book that pulls you in, twists you upside down, turns you inside out, spins you around until you don’t know … Continue reading

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Day 5 – Count Karlstein

I ‘m not sure why I like this book so much. I read it when I was about fourteen, and years later I remembered it well enough to buy it and let it sit on my bookshelf for months before … Continue reading

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Day 4 – The House At Pooh Corner

Winnie the Pooh began as a series of stories based on the imaginary adventures of a boy and his stuffed animals and has become an icon in children’s entertainment. It captures the innocence of childhood and the imagination of youth. … Continue reading

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7 Day/7 Book Challenge Update

Hello Everyone, So it’s half way through the week and I am now on my fourth book in four days. Reading a book each day has been intense, but also quite fulfilling. There have been some late nights while I … Continue reading

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