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Wonderwoman89

Joined September 2017

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A Tale of Magic... by Chris Colfer
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Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain
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Wish Granter by C J Redwine
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Stitching Snow by R.C. Lewis
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The Book Jumper by Mechthild Glaser
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Dark Places: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
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Sold on a Monday: A Novel by Kristina Mcmorris
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Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer
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Off the Page by Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer
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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
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Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty
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When the Wind Blows by James Patterson
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House Rules by Jodi Picoult
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Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
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The Forgotten Book by Mechthild Glaser
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Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah
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The Shadow Wife by Diane Chamberlain
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Lies We Told (Original) by Diane Chamberlain
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The Lost Hours by Karen White
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Midwife's Confession by Diane Chamberlain
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Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
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The Christmas Room by Catherine Anderson
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The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan
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The Stolen Marriage by Diane Chamberlain
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Sharp Objects: A Novel by Gillian Flynn
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Season of Angels by Debbie Macomber
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The Trouble with Angels by Debbie Macomber
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Shirley, Goodness and Mercy by Debbie Macomber
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Where Angels Go by Debbie Macomber
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Cinder Allia by Karen Ullo
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Shadow Spell by Nora Roberts
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Cress = Cress by Marissa Meyer
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Magic at Midnight: A YA Fairy Tale Anthology by Amy McNulty, Lyssa Chiavari
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The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel by Diane Setterfield
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Once Upon a Kiss: 17 Romantic Faerie Tales by Alethea Kontis, Jennifer Blackstream, Mandy M Roth
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A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
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Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
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Blood Magick by Roberts, Nora
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Wonder Woman Psychology by Travis Langley, Mara Wood
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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah E. Harkness
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Taltos by Anne Rice
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Any Dream Will Do by Debbie Macomber
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Lasher by Anne Rice
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Touched by Angels by Debbie Macomber
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The Mars Room: A Novel by Rachel Kushner
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The Wife Between Us by Sarah Pekkanen, Greer Hendricks
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Dancing with Fireflies by Denise Hunter
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Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
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The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck
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Swaps | Sherree DeCovny
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Chrissyreadit 😘🎉🙌 1w
DinoMom Yay! 1w
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Cooking | Lynne Peebles
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Thank you to @erank58 for my cookbook and recipe notebook you sent me for the #recipeswap #LitsyRecipeSwap

erank58 I hope you enjoy the three recipes I included in the booklet! 😊 1w
Wonderwoman89 @erank58 I am excited to try them out 😃 1w
BennettBookworm YUMMM! 1w
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Recipient | Dean Mayes
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@ErinSueMreads your first package was delivered but the second one will not be delivered until Friday. Sorry that one is coming later. I do t know the reason why they shipped it like that. I hope you enjoy your boxes. #recipeswap

ErinSueMreads Yayyyyyy! Thank you! 2w
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This book had so much hype, so I decided to read it. I guess I am the odd ball, but I could not get into it. It dragged on without much happening. It seemed the same scenario was repetitive just a different year. I am on part two and still not interested. This will be my first bail of the year

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The Book of Lost Names | Kristin Harmel
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Just finished this book today while taking care of my 2 month old granddaughter and drinking my tea from my 10 year old grandson‘s mug. This was a good book about Eva and Remy coming up with a plan to remember the children they helped escape from the awful Holocaust only for Eva to learn there are a more to life than a name. I recommend this book to anyone who loves stories about the Holocaust like I do.

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Book Swap | Cumming, GA (Bookstore)
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I just signed up for this recipe and book swap.

BennettBookworm Thanks for reposting!! 3mo
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The Book of Lost Names | Kristin Harmel
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This weekend I am reading The Book of Lost names. I have heard a lot of good things about this book, so I decided to see myself.

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Blurbs - More Than a Bookstore | Wetaskiwin, AB, Canada (Bookstore)
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This is Oreo but we call her Kitty 🐈‍⬛ She is my reading buddy today along with my granddaughter

JanuarieTimewalker13 Awhhhh, she‘s so cute!!! How old is she? 3mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Awhhh, sweet! 3mo
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What an excellent book this was. It involves two and o e is during the segregation period and the other is during modern time. Ellie is involved with SCOPE which is an organization that helps black people to vote while Kayla is an architect in modern time. Their lives come together when Kayla finds out about the mystery of her new home.

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The Woman at the Front | Lecia Cornwall
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My new reading buddy. My granddaughter Emily Rose. This was a good book and my first book from this author. I will be reading more from her. As a woman doctor trying to help at the front lines during Word War 1 when women were not allowed to practice medicine, Eleanor had to overcome tough challenges to prove she was just as capable as a doctor as the men. A great historical fiction book.

CaitZ She's precious 4mo
BookwormAHN So beautiful 💜 4mo
Wonderwoman89 Thank you so much 😊 4mo
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Neighbors: A Novel | Danielle Steel
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I had to put this book on hold for now because my dog ate my glasses. When I get them back I will@go back to this book,but for now I need to choose books from my Kindle.

DivineDiana Oh my! I hope your dog was ok. And that you now have replaced your glasses! 3mo
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True Colors | Kristin Hannah
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I was hoping to finish this book by the New Year, but I can not get into the story line. It is all over the place. I usually love Kristin Hannah, but this book isn‘t her best. I am on chapter 12. Does it get any better?

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The Four Winds: A Novel | Kristin Hannah
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What a great book this was. I put off reading this book due to all the negative reviews on Amazon. Readers have said it was awful writing and nothing but a political book. However, I read it with an open mind and fell in love with the story of Elsa and the hardship she went through with her children during the Great Depression and Dust Storms. Elsa proved that a mother‘s love will win against any fight. I most definitely recommend this book.

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I loved this book.

a young woman and her boyfriend disappear after partying with a new college friend

One year later, a writer moves into a cottage Known locally as the Dark Place, the dense forest is the writer‘s favorite area for long walks and it‘s on one such walk that she stumbles upon a mysterious note that simply reads, “DIG HERE.”

Could this be a clue towards what has happened to the missing young couple?

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The story takes place overnight in a library when five people get stranded due to a massive snowstorm. Each person has their own dilemma. As the storm rages, they get to know each other in more details They say never judge a book by its cover and the same should goes towards people as well. The only bad part about the story was the use of the GD word quite often. Words like that make me cringe.

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Eluded | Michelle Michaels
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So my 10 year old grandson wrote his very first story and I just had to share it with you.

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Then She Was Gone | Lisa Jewell
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I enjoyed the Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell and decided to try this book. The first half was slow and I didn‘t like the characters. The story picked up in the middle but I also figured out how the story was going to end before I got to it. I do recommend this book if you like mysteries.

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Mehso-so

This was an okay book that my daughter recommended to me. Nora tries to commit suicide due to her depressive life. Instead of dying, she is caught in between worlds know as the midnight library where she has a chance to review her book of regrets. She also gets to choose different lives to live based on books and must make a decision on which life makes her the happiest and wants to continue living in or ultimately dying for good.

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This really was a great book by Kristin Hannah. As with her other books you know something major is about to happen but it still feels like a rollercoaster of emotions. This story was about the 30 year friendship of Tula and Katie and the ups and downs of the friendship. Even though I knew how it would end, it left me in tears. Definitely a must read book but not on your lunch break when you have to answer coworkers questions why you are crying.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Loved this one! 7mo
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CeeCee walker is your typical 16 year old whom falls in love with what she thinks is a perfect older guy only to get involved with a kidnapping of a pregnant woman. When things go terribly wrong, CeeCee has to change everything about her life to protect the life of a baby she now has to raise. When life catches up to her, CeeCee must choose right from wrong even if it means loosing everything she fought for.

robinb Wow…that‘s quite the storyline! 😳 8mo
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Forgotten Garden | Kate Morton
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This was a good book but the characters were getting me confused. Next time I read a large book like this I will keep a book journal with the characters names. I loved how the story was told by different characters from past and present.

GondorGirl Kate Morton is one of my favorite authors! All of her books have duel timelines and most have a large cast of characters. 9mo
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My book haul for today.

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The Forgotten Garden | Kate Morton
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Someone doesn‘t want me to read this book tonight

erzascarletbookgasm Aww, 🐶 🥰 12mo
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Forgotten Garden | Kate Morton
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So our library is finally open and I wanted to support them after a year of being closed to the public, so this is my first library book this year 😃

BridgetteM It‘s a good one! 12mo
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The Wife Upstairs: A Novel | Freida McFadden
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When I first started reading it, all I could think of how very similar it was to Verity by Colleen Hoover. While I continued reading it I kept thinking this is exactly like Verity so I knew how it would end. However I did get confused if Victoria was just as bad or was innocent because I couldn‘t stop thinking how it compared so much to Verity so I gave it three stars.

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I read this book in one night. I couldn‘t put it down with the twists it had. I also felt sorry for Hannah and learned more about mental illness than I thought I knew.
Hannah knows there's been a mistake. She doesn't need to be institutionalized. What happened to her roommate at that summer program was an accident.
Then Lucy arrives. Lucy has her own baggage, and she's the perfect project to keep Hannah's focus off all she is missing at home.

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The Shadow Box | Luanne Rice
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After artist Claire Beaudry Chase is attacked and left for dead in her home on the Connecticut coast, she doesn‘t know who she can trust. But her well-connected husband, Griffin―who is running for governor―is her prime suspect.

I give this book 4 stars. Even though I figured out who the antagonist was early on, the story plot made me want to keep reading to see what happened at the end. there were surprising twists to keep the plot interesting

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The Lake House | Kate Morton
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I got this book from ThriftBooks. It is going to be my next read but may take awhile since vacation is over with. Hope it is as good as the reviews say it is.

SilversReviews It is VERY good. 2y
Wonderwoman89 @SilversReviews did it start off very slow to you? I am on chapter six and about ready to put it aside. (edited) 1y
SilversReviews I read it a while ago...not sure, but I would keep on going..it‘s good. Keep me posted. Let me look at my review. 1y
Wonderwoman89 I am. I think I am just getting mixed on the characters and time frame which is confusing to me. Not much has happened yet. 1y
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After the end of her marriage, Kate has retreated to her parents‘ home on Lake Superior to pull herself together only to discover the body of a murdered woman washed into the shallows. Tucked in the folds of the woman‘s curiously vintage gown is an infant, No one can identify the woman. Except for Kate. She‘s seen her before. In her dreams.

Wonderwoman89 I wish we could post longer reviews. I mostly read Romance and YA but lately have been drawn to these kind of mystery books that enter twine the present to the past and brings the whole story together in the end, so if anyone could recommend similar books as this, I would greatly appreciate the recommendations since I don‘t know what else would be a hard to put down book. 2y
inthegreensandblues I've enjoyed some similar books by Sarah Maine and Kate Morton (I think Morton does this style a lot?). This list has dual timeline stories from different genres- https://www.bustle.com/p/13-new-books-with-dual-timelines-that-combine-the-past-... 2y
Wonderwoman89 @inthegreensandblues thank you so much for this link. There are several books that look interesting. 2y
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The Silent Sister | Diane Chamberlain
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Riley MacPherson has spent her entire life believing that her older sister Lisa committed suicide as a teenager. Now, over twenty years later, her father has passed away and she's in New Bern, North Carolina cleaning out his house when she finds evidence to the contrary. Lisa is alive

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The Silent Sister | Diane Chamberlain
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When you are reading a story based in your state and a chapter is set in your home town and the restaurant the author wrote about is where you ate at not to long ago

katy4peas 😮 2y
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Untitled | Unknown
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1 The Family Upstairs
2. Psychological
3. Stephen King

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The Family Upstairs | Lisa Jewell
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The book is highly recommended if you like twisted novels. Libby turns 25 and inherits a mansion in London where she learns about her families past including what happened to the three bodies found in the home that were all dressed in black and upstairs a 10 month old baby crying in her crib. This book was hard to put down.

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Silent Child | Sarah a Denzil
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So fitting that this quote fits what is happening in this World today.

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In an Instant | Suzanne Redfearn
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This was a very good book. Finn dies in a car accident and watches over her family and friends as each learn to deal with her death and their inner struggles of guilt.

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Bailedbailed

Couldn‘t get into the book. I put it aside for another try later.

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Questionnaire | Evan Kindley
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Just a random post but I Realized it is so much easier to read from my kindle when at work. I seem to read more.

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The Obsession | Nora Roberts
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It has been two months working the front line and trying to adapt to a new norm; but in between hectic work schedules and trying to teach an 8 year old, I have been able to start a new book even though there are days I can read only two pages or none at all. I do have to admit I have read more Childrens books than anything lately. Here is to hope that life gets back to normal but hey isn‘t that what life is all about?

LibrarianRyan Good to see you back.
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Mccall0113 🌷 2y
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I have a lot going on in my life from getting custody of my eight year old grandson to working all the time that I have only read two books so far this year. I want to read but feel what is the use anymore? I found this article so maybe it will help with this reading slump.

maggiiiemayyy.com/reading-slumps/

Chrissyreadit Oh Melissa!!!! It sounds like a challenging year. I know reading is my escape. I hope you find your rhythm and can read joyfully ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
LibrarianRyan Understandable. Do what you and take care of your boy and yourself. 2y
tracey38 Big hugs to you. You definitely have a lot going on. I hope you are able to take even a little time for some self care. 💜 2y
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I didn‘t realize how much I like Jodi Picoult until I came home from a book sale and realized they were all by her.

rather_be_reading one of my fav authors 2y
Soubhiville I love her too. She can always pull me out of a slump. 2y
LibrarianRyan hope your doing okay. See you havent been on for a bit, and just wanted to check if you got the LMPBC books I have been mailing you. 2y
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Wonderwoman89 @LibrarianRyan where do I send the book next? 2y
LibrarianRyan @Wonderwoman89 I believe they go to @IndoorDame next. 2y
Wonderwoman89 @IndoorDame do I send you the books next? Can I have your address? 2y
IndoorDame @Wonderwoman89 I just forwarded it to you. Let me know if I typed in the email wrong and it it doesn‘t arrive 2y
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The Royal We Free Preview (The First 7 Chapters) | Heather Cocks, Jessica Morgan
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Why is choosing your next book always so hard?

tracey38 I have a hard time sometimes, too. Especially when I don't know what mood I'm in and have multiple ones on hand I want to read. 2y
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Cilkas Journey is part two of The Tattooist of Auschwitz. After surviving the Concentration Camp Cilka is sent to a prison in Siberia. Cilka must do things she doesn‘t want to including sleeping with guards in order to survive. Cilka gets the attention of a female doctor who teaches her to be a nurse where she meets a man named Alexandr who teaches her that she can love. Although the story is part fictional it is still a good story

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The Year in Review | Freedom Forum Media Studies Center
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Didn‘t meet my goal and most of the books I read were with my grandson so I don‘t count them

Scochrane26 Still great that you were reading! 2y
Wonderwoman89 I just saw where someone is on their 4th book in two days. I don‘t know how some people do it? 2y
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Reading Challenge | Lesley Yates
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2019 wasn‘t a good year for reaching my reading goal, so in 2020, I am setting a lower goal of just 10 books. I can always up the goal if need be but do not want another disappointment in myself for not reaching another goal. I am also going to visit the library more often than buying the books.

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I don‘t know what to read next. I keep staring at my bookshelf and just can‘t choose. It seems my DNF list is bigger than my Read list this year.

Soubhiville That‘s rough. I hope your next read is excellent! 3y
BethM Omg I‘m an idiot. Your secret Santa from winter games- I forgot to change the date 😂🤦‍♀️The other book will be delivered on Christmas! 2y
Wonderwoman89 @BethM are you the one whom sent the kindle book? It doesn‘t say whom it was from. If so thank you very much. (edited) 2y
BethM Yes I am! It should‘ve said Team Skellington. You‘ll have another one delivered on 12/25 2y
Wonderwoman89 @BethM thank you but the kindle book is perfect. You didn‘t have to send two. 2y
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What an excellent read. Marie Osmond gives a glimpse into her stardom life and wrote about uplifting family memories as well as not so happy memories.

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13 Minutes | Sarah Pinborough
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This was a Three Star book. Just not my cup of tea. If you like One of Us is Lying and Pretty Little Liars than this may be for you.

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Finished this book in three days. I gave it four stars because some of the wording was hard to understand. It is the story of a Holocaust Survivor and his experience in the prison camp from horrible beatings to finding love Some of the story is gut wrenching and is so incredibly sad to read. It makes you wonder how anyone can be so cruel and heartless.

Jee_HookedOnBookz Totally agree with your review! ❤️ 3y
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This year has been very hectic and I am no where near my yearly reading goal which has depressed me and I gave up on reading for awhile We also had to get emergency custody of our 8 year old grandson and now we are fighting for full custody which is very time consuming. So this New Year I decided to get myself a library card instead of buying books and am thinking of not setting a reading goal. Hopefully this will get me out of my reading slump

Lynnsoprano I hear you. We currently have our daughter and 5yo grandson living with us after her divorce. I keep calling it our new normal, but it‘s not. I‘m not going to make my reading goal, either. It‘s not worth it to stress about it. 😘 3y
Wonderwoman89 @Lynnsoprano Even though it is stressful, I can‘t imagine my life without him, so i feel it is all worth it in the end even though it may cause chaos for awhile. 3y
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The Beach Trees | Karen White
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This story is told by two narrators telling their story of love and lose and what a family will do to protect each other

Julie Holt knew what a random tragedy can do to a family. She meets a struggling artist who reminds her so much of her missing sister. It is a friendship that begins a long and painful process of healing for Julie, leading her to a a woman named Aimee on the Gulf Coast, ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.

Chrissyreadit Just stopped by your page to say Hi! 3y
Wonderwoman89 @Chrissyreadit Hi :-) How have you been? 3y
Chrissyreadit @Wonderwoman89 stuck on school work!!! How are you? 3y
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