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ncsufoxes

Joined June 2020

Loves: coffee, the beach, social justice, historical fiction & non-fiction. goodreads.com/goodreadscomjebfox
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Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
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The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story by Nikole Hannah-Jones, The New York Times Company
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Promised Land by Barack Obama
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“But with a glimmer of willingness, language can do so much to squash independent thinking, obscure truths, encourage confirmation bias, & emotionally charge experiences such that no other way of life seems possible.” I really never thought a lot about how language can be used as a tool to manipulate people. I really liked this book & found it totally fascinating. #bookspin #nonfinction2022: I‘m an escapee, #booked2022: about a cult

ncsufoxes Plus I will never look at gyms/exercise memberships the same way again. 5d
Cinfhen Wonderful review!! Great choice 5d
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I started reading this for #shesaid but life got busy & I didn‘t keep up with the conversations. But I finally finished & loves this book. It brought up lots of interesting points. Every day in the US it feels like women have a reason to be angry, looking at you the Supreme Court. This book was the perfect book for me to finish right now as I am about to go back into the working world. I feel things have changed a lot over the last 11 years since

ncsufoxes I have been a stay at home mom. As an advocate for disability & social justice this book highlights all the things I hold dear (plus infuriates me that these are still fights & issues in 2022). Plus raising 3 kids that I want to be aware & be ready to fight for others. #bookspin #nonfiction2022 prompt: I‘m a Rule Breaker 2w
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 2w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great review! Good luck re-entering the working world, I‘m nervous about that shift myself at the moment. 2w
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Conversations with myself: You really need to start to narrow down what books you are going to take for the move, you don‘t need any more books……oh that looks like a good book, oh that one sounds interesting…..a few weeks later, how did I add all these books when I already had a huge pile. Well at least I (hopefully) officially finish grad school next week. Plus moving cross country means I‘ll need lots to read.

Nute Books make everything better. And you selected some awesome ones. Congratulations on the grad school achievement, Jessica! Good luck with the cross country move. Much excitement in your life right now and books on top of it all!🤗 2w
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BookwormAHN Cute 💚 2w
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May 2022 #bookspinbingo board, I‘m hoping to get the tagged book read this month. It was my double spin book for last month & now my #bookspin book for this month. I guess it‘s a sign to get it read.

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Looks great!!! 3w
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All the Young Men | RUTH COKER. BURKS
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Such an incredible story, I‘m so happy that Ruth Coker Burks was able to share her story. She took on the care & assistance to many young men that contracted HIV in Arkansas when everyone else (doctors, families, communities) turned their backs. She found such amazing strength to do what she did & how many people she helped. She said that no one else was helping & so she taught herself as much as she could about HIV. She helped people find

ncsufoxes supports & necessary services. She said that she kept waiting for the “professionals” to show up but no one did in those earlier years. It was sad to read that when better treatment options became available she was pushed aside & said she was no longer the expert. #bookspin #nonfiction2022: I‘m a Saint. ##booked2022: Story about the HIV/AIDS epidemic 3w
Cinfhen Great choice for both prompts!! 3w
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 3w
BarbaraTheBibliophage I 💯loves this book. She is amazing! 3w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa That sounds excellent! Stacking 3w
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Bingo! | Rosemary Wells
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May #bookspin bingo list, looking forward to reading more (3 weeks till grad school is all done).

JackOBotts Congrats! You‘re in the home stretch! You got this! 🙌🏼 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Good luck with your final stretch of grad school!! 3w
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I started this last week while we were in Hawaii. Foo Fighters & Nirvana are 2 of my favorite bands plus I love Dave Grohl. It was a good story & interesting to learn about his journey as a musician (plus is reflections on Kurt Cobain). My only quip is that there was some chronological order but then he would go back & forth (which I appreciate that he‘s incorporating experiences into his journey). #bookspin book

AmyG I enjoyed this, too. He seems like such a decent guy. Hope you all had a great vacation! (edited) 4w
ncsufoxes #nonfiction2022: I‘m Rock ‘n Roll (edited) 4w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! I need to read this one!! 4w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa I picked up this book myself recently, glad to hear it was good 4w
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Letters | John Barth
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It was so lovely to finally get the mail this week (still have to pick up mail from the post office from the vacation mail hold) & to see all the #Litsylove mail. It was so nice to sit & read/hear from everyone. I‘m going to plan on doing some writing in the next few weeks. But then I‘ll have to be on hold since we leave for Boston in less than 8 weeks. Still lots to do & finding a new place to live, it‘s exciting. Thank you all!❤️

AmyG 😘 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful mail 💝 1mo
iread2much 😊 1mo
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We leave for Hawaii bright & early Saturday morning (I can‘t post on any other social media that we‘re going away since my MIL posted my address online 🙄). I think I‘ve narrowed my book selection down for the week. I‘m trying to not overpack & being realistic about how much I‘ll be able to read between kids & the few fun activities we‘ve planned. I‘m looking forward to some relaxation for the week.

AmyG Have the best time! And the Grohl book is so good, but will now sort of break your heart (Taylor Hawkins). 1mo
ncsufoxes @AmyG thanks! After what happened I wanted to read it sooner, knowing that it‘s probably going to be sad. I love Dave but I loved Taylor immediately. When I heard the news it broke my heart, plus the anniversary of Kurt Cobain‘s death the other day. Nirvana was everything to me as a teenager, I still listen to Nirvana & Foo Fighters (& so many other bands from the 1990s) & embarrass my teenager 1mo
AmyG I, and my son, loved Nirvana. I remember when the Smells Like Teen Spirit video and song was released....blew our minds. That Dave would lose 2 bandmates, one like a brother, breaks my heart as he is such a sweet, kind guy. 1mo
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March #bookspin bingo board, remembering to post my one lonely book I read for the month of March. It was a good book, just a busy month….I really don‘t know where my March went to

TheAromaofBooks Sometimes time just runs away! I can't believe we're already better than a week into April!!! 1mo
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I love the series Victoria on PBS & became a little obsessed with learning more about her. This was a really short read, interesting, but was very small samples of her letters & journals. I need to read more detailed books but with the business of life right it was the perfect book. #bookspin book, #booked2022 #bookedreadingchallenge About a real Royal

Cinfhen Yay!! Well done 🙌🏻💖 1mo
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April is Autism Acceptance month. I plan on reading the tagged book this month. My mom sent the top book to my son but we still haven‘t read it. Neurotribes is the only one I haven‘t read (because grad school, ie no time). I need to find more stories & narratives from Autistic authors.

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April #bookspin list, April is also #AutismAcceptance month (this is a shift from Autism Awareness because the majority of people in the Autism community are trying to move away from Autism being seen as a deficit or something that needs to be changed). A friend recommended the tagged book, which I‘m really hoping to read next month. I‘d love to participate in #DisabilityReadathon but not sure how much time I‘ll have.

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tenar What a great list, I‘m screenshotting it. I‘d like especially to read From the Periphery soon. And one of the prompts for the #DisabilityReadathon is to read a book by an autistic author, so you‘ll get two-for-one! 2mo
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I really liked this one, it was an interesting perspective on fairytales & the link to disabilities. The author herself is disabled & ties in her experiences to fairytales. In fairytales the person that needs saving or is the villain is disabled or disfigured. The premise is that people that are disabled need to change to fit society, not that society needs to adjust for disabled people. Which is a bigger systems issue in the US, where the

ncsufoxes American Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed 30 years ago but accessibility is still issue for many people in the US (many voting sites are not fully ADA compliant, which is a big problem especially when people are making decisions about policies that affect disabled people & families). #bookspin book 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 2mo
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What I‘d rather be reading on my left but what I need to get done on my right/computer. 10 weeks till graduation & so much to do: finish/defend/submit my thesis, finish hours & project for graduate training program (LEND: Leadership, Education in Neurodiversity & other Developmental Disabilities), help a professor w/data analysis from a project we worked on this last summer. Oh & my husband accepted a job in Boston, now to plan a move from CA->MA

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March #bookspin & #doublespin books

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#bookspinbingo board for March 2022. I have started reading the tagged book the other day & it has been very interesting. I‘m hoping I can get some reading done for the month but I feel that everything else going on in life is going to take precedence. March is also #womenshistory month and #developmentalfisabilitiesawareness month, so my book choices have reflected these two topics.

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The Hate U Give | Angie Thomas
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February #bookspin bingo board, no bingos for the month….not as much time as I wanted to be able to read. Although I did read my #bookspin book- The Hate U Give. No particular favorites for the month, they were all great reads

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Great month!!! 3mo
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I forgot to post yesterday because life has been beyond busy. Thank you @Readergrrl for the package. I haven‘t read either book. The larger book looks interesting but will have to wait till summer when there is more time to read. Thank you again! @Chelleo thank you again for organizing such a great swap #bhms #blisty2022

Chelleo We love those Crayola colors and such a cool idea to include the EW magazine! 3mo
Readergrrl That‘s great!! Hill‘s book is one of my favorites! 😊😊😊 3mo
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The Sweetness of Water | Nathan Harris
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It took me a little while to get into this book (or maybe it‘s because I haven‘t had as much downtime to focus on a book). I eventually found my stride & raced through the rest. It was an interesting story about a possible outcome of a small southern town post the Civil War. Each character provides a richness to the story & you feel connected to their struggles & their plight. It was a beautifully written story about difficult subject matter.

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#bookspin list for March 2022: March is Women‘s History month as well as Developmental Disability Awareness month so I have put books with these areas in mind on my list. Not sure how much time there will be to read as grad school is wrapping up & a professor I‘m helping got accepted to present our research study from this past summer at INSAR (International Society for Autism Research). Exciting but we have a lot of coding to do by April.

tenar What an excellent list! So many of these are on my TBR, too. Good luck with your work! 3mo
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Sing, Unburied, Sing | Jesmyn Ward
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Heartbreaking story about drug addiction, grandparents raising grandkids, inter generational trauma, racism, and how the past can still affect so much of your present. Such a well written book especially dealing with such difficult subjects. I definitely need to read more of Ward‘s books. #bookspin book #booked2022 #bookedreadingchallenge title that repeats itself

Cinfhen This book broke my heart. Excellent choice and wonderful review. 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks She is phenomenal ❤️ 3mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I keep saying I‘ve got to read this one!! 3mo
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My #blitsy package arrived today. @Readergrrl I think this is from you, at least I‘m hoping I‘m matching the right name with what‘s on the outside of the package. Thank you & looking forward to opening day.

Chelleo Woohoo! 3mo
Readergrrl That‘s me!! Thought I‘d put my handle on there too. Oops!! 3mo
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Mailed my #blitsy package off today, should arrive on Tuesday.

Chelleo Great! 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽#blitsyswap (edited) 3mo
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The Hate U Give | Angela Thomas
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We‘ve had this book sitting on the bookshelves for a while & I finally picked it up. It‘s such a great story as well as heartbreaking & provocative. Starr witnessed one of her childhood friends‘ shot by a policeman after he was pulled over. The story revolves around the perceptions that our society has towards young Black men that live in the inner city. It was a highly relatable book to discuss several difficult subjects. #bookspin book

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 3mo
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Speak No Evil | Uzodinma Iweala
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This was a short but powerful story about a young male realizing that he is gay but his conservative, strict Nigerian parents are not accepting. Niru struggles with his feelings & having no one to talk to. His older brother is in med school, he had a falling out with his best friend. He meets someone but he‘s so paralyzed by his parents overbearing pressure to be perfect & not be gay that he really struggles. The writing is beautiful even dealing

ncsufoxes With difficult subject matter. The book also highlighted the police brutality that Black males face in the US. There was a lot to unpack in this short book. And teenagers suck & make crappy decisions, them & their underdeveloped prefrontal cortexes. #bookspin book #booked2022 (a coming out story) 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 3mo
Cinfhen Great choice!! I agree, this book caught me completely off guard - in the best way possible 3mo
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Speak No Evil | Uzodinma Iweala
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February #bookspinbingo board, I started reading the tagged book & halfway done. #Bookspin book is The Hate U Give & my #doublespin book is The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Looking forward to some interesting reads this month for #blackhistorymonth

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Looks great!!! 4mo
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My daughter loves this series of books & finally got the new one, Aaron Slater, Illustrator. I just wanted to say how much I love seeing children with disabilities being represented in books. This story is about a young boy that has dyslexia, again so great to see representation. The author & illustrator also note about Dyslexia & ADD/ADHD. They note about the positive sides of these diagnoses (creativity, intelligence, & awesomeness).

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January #bookspinbingo board, read 5 books for the month. One bingo for the month

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Fabulous month!! 4mo
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West with Giraffes | Lynda Rutledge
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Finished this #LMBPC book today during lunch. It was such a sweet story with many adventures along the way. I forget how much change was happening in the US during the 1930s. I loved the connection between the giraffes with the people they trusted as they traveled to the San Diego zoo. We love the SD zoo & all their work & conservation of so many animals. It‘s definitely a wonderful place to visit & you forget you are in downtown SD.

ncsufoxes This also gives me bingo for the month, #bookspinbingo 4mo
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kellyann28 I'm glad you enjoyed it! 🥰 4mo
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West with Giraffes | Lynda Rutledge
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Trying to finish the tagged book so I can get it mailed out next week for #LMBPC. As you can see we love giraffes, this was at the San Diego zoo. On the weekends if you get there at just the right time you can buy biscuits & get to feed the giraffes. My son loved it, one of the best experiences. We have been zoo pass holder on & off over the last 10 years we‘ve lived in San Diego. We‘ve been lucky to live so close to such a great zoo &safari park.

mandarchy Have you read the book Neck and neck by Elise Parsley? Everything she writes is so funny. 4mo
kellyann28 Oh that is very cool! I've feed big lettuce leaves to the Giraffes at the Memphis Zoo, it is so special! 4mo
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West with Giraffes | Lynda Rutledge
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Good mail week, #LMPBC book arrived (I‘m hopeful that I can get it done by the end of the month). @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks your lovely gift arrived, thank you! 😊

Laughterhp Glad it got there. Sorry for the delay! 4mo
ncsufoxes @Laughterhp no problem, I just mailed out the one before the other day. It‘s perfect timing because I just finished a book a day or two ago & needed something to read 4mo
kellyann28 Yay! 🎉 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re very welcome!! 🧡 3mo
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Very well written & throughly researched book about poverty & evictions. The author/researcher focused his work around the poorest neighborhoods of Milwaukee. I used to do home visiting when I worked in early intervention & have spent a lot of time in low income homes & section 8 housing. It was always hard to see what they were living through (mold, bugs crawling on walls, guns going off outside their doors-yes I‘ve been in homes at those times,

ncsufoxes not fun but for me was momentary & many of my families lived with it daily). I saw their struggles to get more assistance & to be turned down. I saw the toll it took on my kids & their development. Books like this give me more insight & more desire to fight for others that can‘t. All politicians should read a book like this or go spend a day in public housing, maybe they‘ll think differently when they want to cut more funding. #bookspin 4mo
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I liked this #lmbpc pick, although it took me a while to get into it & took me a lot longer than usual to get through a book. It was an interesting story that was very detailed about an expedition to explore the Alaskan territory. The story slightly touched upon the current struggle that many families must feel about preserving a culture (that many were taught for years was not acceptable) & navigating the modern world. #bookspin book

ncsufoxes @BookBosomed1 I will get this in the mail tomorrow & mail it priority to you. Sorry for the delay in getting this to you to read. 4mo
BookBosomed1 @ncsufoxes No worries! 4mo
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I finished this the other day but this week has been extra busy. As I am finishing grad school & preparing to work again I am working to find a balance between home/kids, work, & everything else. I really appreciated the author‘s perspective & getting through difficult times. I enjoyed the information about how other countries, cultures, & animals try to prepare for restful periods. We live in a culture of go, go, go and the pandemic slowed us

ncsufoxes some but I definitely feel the business of life again. This is my first #booked2022 reading challenge book (weather term in title) & another #bookspin book 4mo
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Cinfhen Beautiful review!! Good luck as you return to school 💚and welcome to #Booked2022 😁well played💕💕 4mo
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IuliaC I really enjoyed this one! 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I sent you a little something! I hope it makes it there safely! 4mo
ncsufoxes @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks thank you! I‘ll keep an eye out for it 😊❤️ 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I love this cover 🧡 4mo
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Good primer on disabilities with current & up to date information. There was a chapter on intersectionality and disabilities which I really thought was great. There was also the discussion of first person or identity first language when discussing disabilities. There is a big shift in the disability community on the use of this language and lots of changes happening. When in doubt ask the person or parent (of a disabled child) how they identify.

ncsufoxes This book also gave a lot of good resources. Quick, easy, & informative read. #bookspin book #firstbookof2022 (edited) 4mo
tenar I‘m planning on picking this up soon; glad it‘s a good one! 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 4mo
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@shortsarahrose thank you so much for the #littlechristmasswap package. I‘m so excited that you picked this book because I have had a hard time trying to find it recently. I can definitely use the chocolate as I am finishing my last semester of grad school. Thank you @bookish_wookish for hosting.

shortsarahrose I‘m glad you like everything! Good luck on grad school! 4mo
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Almost forgot to post my #bingoboard for January 2022. I‘m excited about the books for this month, just not sure where to start (other than the LMBPC books I need to read). Although I have now realized that I inadvertently have chosen a lot of books surrounding loss (maybe it‘s from being stuck in this never ending pandemic).

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#bingo board for January 2022, still weird to think we‘re in a new year. I‘m behind on LMBPC so I‘ll have two books to read this month to catch up. The hard part is there are way too many books I want to read this month but I‘ll know realistically I‘ll be lucky if I read 4. #bookspinbingo

Julsmarshall Ooh, some great books on your list! 5mo
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Happy New Year! | Greg Roza
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@Bookwormjillk thank you for the #bestof2021swap package. I haven‘t read either book & looking forward to trying the chocolate. Thank you for the thoughtful package. @candority thank you for hosting!

AmyG Ling Bright River is a great book. 5mo
candority Long Bright River is fantastic! 5mo
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The Exiles: A Novel | Christina Baker Kline
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This book gives me #bookspinbingo for the month & also gave me my 50th book for the year. I liked this one a lot, the author does meticulous research for her books. The story of women convicts being brought from England to Australia for basically slave labor is something that Australia is only starting to recognize & come to grips with. It‘s always frustrating to read stories of how women were treated in the 1840s. Overall great & quick read

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Couldn‘t resist going back to B&N for a few more. I had to go to 2 different stores to find the tagged book, didn‘t realize social science books were in such demand. I haven‘t read many books on WWII in the last few years but “The Light of Days” intrigued me (my grandmother is from Poland & her family emigrated to the US right before WWII, so I always want to understand more about what was happening in Poland at the time).

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In a Holidaze | Christina Lauren
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Again not much of a romance reader but I liked this one. It was a fun story & interesting twist with the Groundhog Day concept. I realized the picture I took was when I was in the middle of helping to edit my oldest child‘s college admission essays. #wintergames2021 #mistletoemaniacs 51 points for team read. #bookspin

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Not that I need any more books (& still have 2 more swap packages to open). But could not resist 50% off hard cover books since I was near a B&N. Probably could have bought more but I already have a pile of books that I need to get through.

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Happy Holidays to all! We spent the day playing, reading, & watching Harry Potter (perfect time to use my Luna mug) since it is an unusually rainy day in Southern CA.

keys_on_fire Love the shoes! 5mo
Linsy LOVE that mug!!! 5mo
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Leaving Coy's Hill | Katherine A Sherbrooke
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@staci.reads thank you for the wonderful #jolabokaflodswap package. I loved the wrapping & excited about the book. I will have to hide the chocolates and my kids will love the taffy. Thank you again & Happy Holidays!

staci.reads You're very welcome! Happy Christmas Eve! 5mo
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When Santa Was a Baby | Linda Bailey
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This would have been my kids when they were younger. 6 points #wintergames2021 #mistletoe maniacs

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Happy Christmas Eve | Jackie Ladbury
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My favorite every year: Happy Christmas Eve Eve!
6 points #christmaswintergames2021 #mistletoemaniacs