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#March2017
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Gezemice
The Blind Assassin: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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March was a good reading month. I read some amazing books. The Blind Assassin knocked my socks off, so did The Room of One's Own, in a different way. Other great reads this month: How I Killed Pluto and Why it had it Coming; Are You There, God, it's Me, Margaret; The Left Hand of Darkness; The Prince; Men Explain Things to Me; March; The Importance of Being Ernest.
#stats #gezestats #monthlystats #march2017

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
Untitled | Anonymous
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*Now that I looked at what I wasn't reading (darn those good intentions), what did I read in March?

Misc Reading Challenges YTD:
- 6/26 from #LitsyAtoZ (on track)
- 3/12 for #Nonfiction2017 (more than 1 this month🎉)
- 12/24 #LitsyReadingChallenge (1/2 way!)
-24/52 #PopsugarChallenge2017
-8/24 #ReadHarder2017
-4/48 #MountTBR
- 8/100 #192019
* And for me 4 series caught up (about 100 to go, LOL)

#ReadingStats #March2017

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night_shift
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laurenanalepa
Giant Days Vol. 1 | John Allison
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March was crazy--two job interviews, grad school, student teaching--but I still managed to get some reading in! I'm ready for April. #readinmarch #march2017

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cathysaid
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rachellayown 👍👍👍 6y
PurpleyPumpkin Well done!👌🏽 6y
Suet624 Harold fry. 💕💕💕 6y
cathysaid @rachellayown @PurpleyPumpkin Thanks! @Suet624 I listened to it on audio. So glad I did. Great narration. 6y
Suet624 👍👍 6y
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jenniferw88
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#ToBeCompleted #March2017 @hollytucker
My 'B' & 'T' for #LitsyAtoZ @BookishMarginalia. (Just noticed if I read my 'L' as well I'll have a BLT sandwich! 😂)
The other two are just the books I'm reading on @SerialReader, they don't belong to any challenges!

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BookishMarginalia
The Dance of the Violin | Kathy Stinson
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An important lesson about making mistakes. 💜💜💜 #Annika #March2017

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BookishMarginalia
The Pants Project | Cat Clarke
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Coming out next week: This middle school novel features a #transgender protagonist who is mortified by the strict uniform policy at his new school. Liv --not Olivia-- has known he is really a boy for several years and he is now determined to lobby for a more flexible and inclusive policy that doesn't require girls to wear skirts. The novel charts Liv's attempts at activism as well as the repercussions of being a transgender 11-year-old. #NetGalley

LibrarianRyan I want to read that book. It looks so fun. 6y
BookishMarginalia Ali, you might want to check this one out! @Bibliogeekery 6y
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Bibliogeekery Ooo, thanks!! Definitely going to check this one out!! 😘 6y
OffTheBeatenShelf.com I so want to read that! 6y
Smangela @LazyOwl not sure if someone recommended this one? 6y
LazyOwl Thanks @Smangela i saw this and thought it would be perfect actually 6y
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BookishMarginalia
The Dance of the Violin | Kathy Stinson
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Pickpick

Absolutely loved this book about violinist Joshua Bell as a boy! Lovely lighthearted illustrations and a necessary message about the power of music and perseverance. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #Annick #March2017 #NetGalley

RealBooks4ever LOVE Joshua Bell! 😍😍😍 6y
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BookishMarginalia
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A very pertinent quote from #MarieCurie. #DragonGypsy #NetGalley #March2017