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  • Talk Nerdy To Me: Jan’19 Wrap Up

    Happy Weekend & Welcome to February! After dipping down to -32°F (-35°C) and up to +40°F (4°C) within the past two days, I’m ecstatic that Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow yesterday!! 🌷 Bring on an early spring! 🌷 But first… I need to wrap up January! I’m really happy with how much I accomplished last month, even with a slow reading start during the first week of the year. (A little perspective: I read 1 book in Jan’18 for a YTY comparison, and 3 Short-a-thon books in Dec’18 for a MTM comparison.)   Reading Challenges   🌸 Devour Your TBR: January Jam Jar 🌸 Hosted by Kathy @ Books and…

  • WWW Wednesday, 23-Jan-19

    Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme was formerly hosted by MizB @ A Daily Rhythm and revived by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words.     The Three Ws are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?     Currently Reading   Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Harry Potter, Book 1 By J.K. Rowling I’m still catching up on the Potterhead Readalong! “Harry — yer a wizard.” Ahhhh! All the feels are back!! ⚡️     A Curious Beginning Veronica Speedwell, Book 1 By Deanna Raybourn I’m getting back to this after putting it down during my mini…

  • January Jam Jar / Late-a-thon TBR

    ‘January Jam Jar’ is part of ‘Devour Your TBR’ A monthly themed reading challenge to reduce that mountainous pile of unread gems, without all of the stress. Hosted by Kathy @ Books and Munches   In a brilliantly paired duo, the ‘Late-a-thon’ can fit perfectly into ‘January Jam Jar’! Hosted by Destiny @ Howling Libraries   If you’d like to learn more about either, click on the images or tags. I can’t believe I’m getting behind and it’s less than a week into the new year, but good news: I finally put together my #JanJamJar!! I wrote down about a half a dozen books, folded them into tiny paper aeroplanes…