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sarahbellum
June | Lori Copeland
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June recap! Pretty sure this was a record number for me, helped by graphic novels and audiobooks:
🚫1 DNF, a #roll100 title
✅ read the other 2 #roll100 titles
✅ read both #bookspin and #doublespin
✅ read 1 #camplitsy buddy read
✅ read #diversecozy buddy read
✅ 9/10 were from my TBR 🥳

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kelli7990
June | Lori Copeland
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Today is the last day of June. I‘m sharing the books that I read this month. After reading Foxe‘s Book Of Martyrs, I felt like I needed some light and fun books to read so I decided to finish the Gustafer Yellowgold series and I read the first short story collection in the Dorothy Must Die series and this was a reread for me. I‘m rereading the series so I can read the last book.

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BarbaraBB
June | Lori Copeland
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#JuneStats #JuneWrapUp

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨
Oh William

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Tell me how to be
Lessons in chemistry
Greengates

⭐️⭐️⭐️✨
The swimmers
When the ground is hard

⭐️⭐️⭐️
A general theory of oblivion
Monique and the mango rains
True biz

thereflectiveflaneur A General Theory… is simply stunning! 3h
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Chelseabillups30

Wherever there is real love for you, take it and be strengthened by it. As your body, heart, and mind come to know that you are loved, your weakest part will feel attracted to that love. What has remained separated and unreachable will let itself be drawn into the love you have been able to receive. One day you will discover that your anguish is gone. It will leave you because your weakest self let itself be embraced by your love.

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MelKelsey
The Shape of Mercy | Susan Meissner
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Book 82

I listened to The Shape of Mercy by Susan Meissner. Lauren, a college student, is hired by Abigail, a retired librarian, to transcribe the diary of her ancestor, Mercy, a woman accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials. The story is engaging from the beginning and the characters are diverse and dimensional. I did occasionally feel frustrated by Lauren's decisions, which means I was invested in the story. I recommend! 4 🌟s

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SBMC
The Debutante's Code | Erica Vetsch
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Erica Vetsch always pens delightful Regency romance with a generous dash of intrigue and mystery and she‘s kick-started this new series splendidly. There are plenty of plot twists to keep the readers on our toes and lovely Regency banter with slow burning romance to keep our fans fluttering. I can‘t wait to see more of Daniel and Juliette.

I received the book from the publisher via Interviews & Reviews and opinions are my own.

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EadieB
River Rising | Athol Dickson
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#RiverRising #AtholDickson #BookSpinBingo

Welcome to Pilotville, Louisiana, 1927, isolated outpost on the Mississippi River--a stilt village bounded by swampland to the horizon, accessible only by boat, an island of brotherly love in a sea of racism. Meet Hale Poser, a stranger with a bad hip who's come looking for his roots--a humble man, a righteous man, a miracle man.

EadieB In the swamp beyond the cypress and the tupelo and veiled by Spanish moss lies a lingering evil. For years it slept in dreadful isolation. Now comes Hale Poser, and it will sleep no more. It will rain down on Pilotville, it will rise up like a river, and nothing but a miracle can stop this awful flood. 4d
EadieB This is a very interesting book. It is about slavery in 1927 and the flood and the building of the levees by the slaves. Rev. Hale Poser is on a mission to find the missing babies. He also finds Hannah living among a plantation of slaves. A very different type of a book but a very good read. 4d
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4d
Andrew65 Sounds fascinating. 3d
EadieB @Andrew65 it was very fascinating! 3d
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AshRaye
Barefoot Summer | Denise Hunter
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I really enjoyed this book. It was emotionally intense and really pulled at my heartstrings. The characters were flawed, but the way they worked past their own issues was beautiful. This wasn't as lighthearted as I was expecting, but I'm okay with that because the story was really good. I plan to read the other books in the series.

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Daisey
NRSV Bible | Anonymous Anonymous
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I‘m helping with VBS at my church this weekend and taking a time tonight to review stories for tomorrow once more. I‘m really enjoying the Bible stories about food to go along with a Food Truck Party theme. This lesson is about Jesus feeding the 5000, and it discusses the importance of the boy sharing his bread & fish. Often we struggle with how little we can do, but even small, seemingly insignificant actions can make a difference.

#Christian

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MaggieCarr
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3rd RJG Anniversary Echoes (Glenbrooke #3)
"The one where the book club lasted longer than it took to read the book." ??

Sleepswithbooks What a fun looking group!! 1w
AvidReader25 Oh my gosh, it‘s been years since I read that series but I loved it! 1w
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