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Challenges: Recapping 2015 & Setting Goals for 2016!

The beginning of the year is a perfect time to reflect on the year behind us, and set personal (and in this case, bookish) goals for the upcoming year. 1,040 more words


Series Review | Once By Morris Gleitzman

**This series review contains minor spoilers (through the Goodreads synopses), but if you are familiar with the history associated with WWII Nazi occupied Poland, then I think you would be safe to keep reading.** 908 more words


Saving Houdini

Michael Redhill’s novel Saving Houdini is a fun, old-fashioned time travel tale. There’s a nostalgic tone throughout the book. Instead of missing the technology and luxuries of his time Dash soaks in the wonders of the past. 151 more words


February Challenge Recap!

Ok, so as some of you know, I signed up for an insane amount of challenges this year. Now we’re officially into the 2nd month, and while I’m not making crazy progress on any of them – I did make some dents in a… 206 more words


Everybody likes a little challenge ... !

Flights of Fantasy hosted by Alexa Loves Books & Rachel

OK, so full disclosure here … I added this challenge to this post about a day after initially posting all my sign-ups. 913 more words

Reading Challenges

Review: Code Name Verity | E. Wein

Read: Feb 13th-20th, 2014

What it’s about:

Oct. 11th, 1943-A British spy plane crashes in Nazi-occupied France. Its pilot and passenger are best friends. One of the girls has a chance at survival. 810 more words


Quarterly Reading Update #1

Reading Resolutions

1. Read all the books I own until there is 80 or none

I have about 89 books left to read without taking the books I expect to have left over. 1,336 more words