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  • TV/Books – Outlander

    At what age did you start reading “adult” books?  Books that had more than just kissing and fade to black, or were morality tales about what happens when sex happens?  Books that acknowledge and celebrate sex as part of a healthy (and sometimes unhealthy) relationship?  I’m not entirely sure when that was for me, but […]

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  • Books – August Roundup

    This is bad.  This is very bad.  I am SIX books behind my goal for the year.  Unless things change dramatically, and I start cheating by reading childrens books, this could get ugly by the end of the year. FINISHED: Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple A while back I read Semple’s other book, […]

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  • Books – July Roundup

    This month’s list is a bit of a cheat, but I promise, I’m making progress.  At least I’m keeping up with where I should be over the summer?  Who knows. FINISHED: Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham My celebrity memoir for July!  I finished it at the beginning of the month, and […]

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  • Books – June Roundup

    Remember how I was being slow with book reading?  Well the summer slowdown is real, and vacation is a blessing, both of which provided plenty of opportunities to start and finish books.  Would you believe that 4 of this month’s books were read on the Kindle, and not as audiobooks?  Shocking, I know, but when […]

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  • Books – May Roundup

    I am being so slow with my book-reading this year, but there’s good news to report as far as my yearly goals, and I have a feeling things will pick up soon. FINISHED: The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle This is a YA book, and I’m not entirely sure where I heard about it. […]

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  • Books – February Roundup

    So since last week was a holiday week, and according to my new posting schedule I did Tuesday/Thursday postings, I missed the “last Friday of the month” for the book post.  So instead I shall go to the next posting day after the last Friday of the month.  And it’s still February friends.  So let’s see […]