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Reading Round Up – February

Reading Round Up – February

If I could best describe my reading pattern lately, it’d be horribly tragic memoir followed by something I hope will make me laugh. February was no exception. I ended January’s round up with telling y’all about “The Kiss”, which disturbed me to the point that I had to immediately jump to something light. “We all accept too easily that life has to be hard and forget to make sure we have the most fun we can.” – Amy Schumer The Girl…

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Reading Round Up – January

Reading Round Up – January

I want to start a new segment on the blog called “Reading Roundup” where I’ll do a brief review/recommendation of the books I’ve read in the past month. Half the reason is that I want to keep myself on track with reading, and half is it’s easy content in a boring life without a million horse shows… win-win! Dear Mr. You by Mary-Louise Parker I wasn’t sure what to expect when I read Mary-Louise Parker’s memoir. I’d seen her as an…

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31 Years in 13 Feet

31 Years in 13 Feet

When I bought my house, I had relatively no idea what to do with it. There are options everywhere I look. Paint color choices and furniture to be decided. How much should I upgrade the kitchen? A lot of those answers are in progress, but I always knew there was one thing I wanted to do to the house – built a wall of shelves. I wanted to build a library nook in my long living room. Somewhere that I…

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Marguerite Henry Readalong – King of the Wind

Marguerite Henry Readalong – King of the Wind

Bel Joeor had this great idea to do a Marguerite Henry readalong blog hop, which I am 100% down for.  MH books are basically synonymous with my childhood, so I was eager to participate in the first choice – King of the Wind. First though, let me give you some background.  I like Marguerite Henry.  She almost exclusively wrote horse books, and horse books are my jam.  I literally cannot count how many equestrian young adult fiction novels I have read……

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