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The 2018 Mid-Year Book (F)reak Out Tag [2018 Girlxoxo Edition]

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The “mid-year book freakout” tag has been going around the interwebs for a few years now, and we decided to join in the fun....

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I Have an Audiobook Listening Hangover From Children of Blood and Bone

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I just finished listening to the audiobook of Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi narrated by Bahni Turpin – and it was so...

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My Reading Plan [The 2018 Edition]

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This year, I’m trying to choose my books more intentionally instead of just reading what strikes my fancy at the time....

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What Reading Diversely Means To Us

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As January’s Monthly Motif is to Diversify Your Reading, we wanted to share what reading diversely means to us – and how we...

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Do You Count (N)ovellas in Your Total Number of Books Read?

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A novella is a work of written, fictional, narrative prose normally longer than a short story but shorter than a novel.  The Hugo and...

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(M)id-Year Book Freak Out Tag [The 2017 Girlxoxo Edition]

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The “mid-year book freakout” tag has been going around the interwebs for a few years now, and we decided to join in the fun....

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My Reading (I)nbox [A Mid-Year Reading List Update]

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We’re keeping track of the books that we’ve mentioned here on GXO, that we’d like to read this year, and trying to give them first...

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The State of Our 2017 Reading Lists This Year {So Far}

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We’re keeping track of the books that we’ve mentioned here on GXO, that we’d like to read this year, and trying to give...

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On Adult Coloring Books {What Do You Think}

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Has it ever happened to you that you think you’re OK with something, but then you find when you’re faced with it – you...

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On Only Reading Books You Can Relate To … Why?

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“I like to only read insert book genre here books because “I can relate” to it.” This is an argument that...

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