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Middlemarch, Book Three: Waiting for Death

(The #Marchalong continues!  Many thanks to Juhi from Nooks and Crannies for hosting the Middlemarch readalong and giving me an excuse to reread this marvelous book!) 608 more words

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Thoughts on Middlemarch Book Two: Old and Young

(The #Marchalong continues!  Many thanks to Juhi from Nooks and Crannies for hosting the Middlemarch readalong and giving me an excuse to reread this marvelous book!) 888 more words

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April Showers! It's Raining Reading Challenges, Readalongs, and Readathons!

For most people, “spring fever” suggests the urge to open the windows for some fresh blossom-scented air and head outside for a walk. Bookish people do this too, but usually with one or more books in hand. 764 more words

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Thoughts on Middlemarch (Book One: Miss Brooke)

I am really enjoying my (very leisurely) reread of George Eliot’s Middlemarch for Juhi’s Middlemarch Readalong over at Nooks & Crannies.  I was in college when I first read it, and that was a thousand years ago, so it’s practically brand new to me!   705 more words

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[READALONG] The Queen's Book Talk # 42 : Red Queen ( Red Queen #1 ) by Victoria Aveyard

Buddyread this with Trang of Bookidote, @syifareads, @danni.elle.reads and @abookishuniverse over at Bookstagram.

Hardcover, 383 pages
Published February 10th 2015 by HarperTeen
ISBN0062310631 
(ISBN13: 9780062310637)

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Middlemarch Readalong: Join Me!

So I’m joining Juhi at Nooks and Crannies for a readalong of George Eliot’s Middlemarch!  If you’re curious and you want to see the schedule you can… 141 more words

#Marchalong

#TTWIB MARCH 2016 READALONG--An African in Greenland by Tété-Michel Kpomassie

Our March Readalong selection is a travel memoir, An African in Greenland by Tété-Michel Kpomassie. He tells an amazing tale of his youth in western Africa and his bold decision to travel on his own to the northern reaches of Greenland, a place he had only read about by happenstance.   307 more words

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