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⭐️ ◼️ I couldn‘t find the actual book on here….This is only the third book in my entire life that I DNF‘d (Did Not Finish). I feel guilty and like a total failure. I tried to push through it and got about 70 percent done but I couldn‘t do it. It was total Deja vue (not spelled right) I felt like I read it already….or maybe I have just read to many Beauty and the Beast retellings. It‘s also my #March #bookspin #LitsyLove

TheAromaofBooks There is no shame in bailing on a book that isn't working for you!!! As @Cinfhen likes to say #AllHailtheBail 😂 There are SO many amazing books out there that you are going to love - sometimes you just have to let one of the not-amazing ones go!! 5d
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The Book of Cold Cases | Simone St. James
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March reading recap: Last month, 8 of 20 books read rated high enough to make the list. https://debbybrauer.org/#march-2022-recap

Sresendez12 I didn‘t know there was an original longer version of The Going to Bed book. I read that every night with my dad growing up! 1mo
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Vicious | V E Schwab
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I seriously need to work on my punctuality!
My extremely late (again!) March reading wrap up.

This month I also read Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo

Books read: 📖 📖 📖 📖 📖 📖
Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

#ya #march #wrapup #readingwrapup #fivestars #favorite #fantasy #romance #fiction

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#TheDiamondEye #KateQuinn #AwesomeApril #Readathon #BookSpinBingo

This book is based on a true story. Mila Pavlichenko was a librarian and a history student. During World War II she became the deadliest female sniper during Hitler's invasion of Ukraine and killed over 300 Nazis and was known as Lady Death. She becomes a national heroine and is sent to Washington D.C. on a goodwill tour to meet First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

EadieB She soon finds herself battling her own demons and enemy bullets in the deadliest duel of her life which will change the course of history. This book shows the horrors of war. The characters were believable and seemed very real. The great writing allowed me to picture what Mila was experiencing. The story is told from Mila's POV and official memoir entries with her humorous observations also notes from First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. 1mo
EadieB I have read The Alice Network and The Rose Code and enjoyed those books. I am now looking forward to reading The Huntress. The Diamond Eye is a must read for historical fiction readers. 1mo
EadieB The Diamond Eye is my #BookSpin for #March 1mo
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Andrew65 Good review. 1mo
EadieB @Andrew65 Thanks! 1mo
Suet624 Had to stack after this review! 1mo
Monica5 Good review after I read it, I had to stack 1mo
EadieB @Monica5 @Suet624 Thanks! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did! 1mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 1mo
kspenmoll Great review! I cannot wait to read it! 1mo
EadieB @kspenmoll Thanks! 1mo
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Untitled | Untitled
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These are all the books I read during March! 17 in total. 😃

5 audiobooks
9 ebooks
2 DNFs
2 middle grade
1 re-read (Ill Shadows 1st as a published paperback)
3 paperbacks

Looking forward to April.
#marchreads #read #audible #books #littens #march #notbad #ebooks #wrapup #marchwrapup

Gissy Amazing! 📚📚📚📚🤩👏👏👏 2mo
WJCintron 😃 ❤ @Gissy 🤗 2mo
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Firekeeper's Daughter | Angeline Boulley
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My #March stats!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2mo
keys_on_fire I love your layout! The simplicity is calling to me. I think I sometimes go into the deep end trying to be creative 🤣 2mo
GondorGirl @keys_on_fire Thank you! I try to keep my layouts pretty simple so I don't get distracted. 😅 2mo
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Zuhkeeyah Firekeeper‘s Daughter was so good! Still my favorite of the year so far. 2mo
Zuhkeeyah Really like your month summary layout 2mo
GondorGirl @Zuhkeeyah I know it's only April, but I'm pretty sure it's going to be one of my top reads for the year! 2mo
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There's no doubt 'This Is How You Lose the Time War' was my favorite read of the month.

Thanks to @chasjjlee for the template. #ReadingBracket2022
#favorite #reading #march #books #myfavorite

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 🤩 📚🙌🏻 2mo
Eggs Nice 👍🏼 📘 ❤️ 2mo
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"'Coal operators always cared more for the miles than the men. A man they just paid for the work he did; a mule they had to buy.'"

#coal #nonfiction #catsoflitsy #readKY #sunday #quotes #sip #coffee #betterthantherapybookclubpick #march