Tag: Liane Moriarty

The Best 14 Books I Read This Year #AMonthofFaves

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This is my favorite post to write each year, as I get to re-live my love for each book that I mention below – my favorite reads from...

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5 Popular Books Worth the Hype [and 1 Not Worth It] #AMonthofFaves

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This year there were many books that totally rocked our socks! And then there were the few books that left us wanting more and wondering...

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Reading Lately [The Hardcover Edition Week 12 | 2019]

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This year, I’m making a concerted effort to read more physical books, instead of always listening to an audiobook – which...

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Reading the Continents [Vol. 1]

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One of the themes of the Monthly Motif Reading Challenge is to read a book set in a different country than your own, written by an author...

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Reading From the Best Sellers List {Big Little Lies}

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Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty is currently sitting pretty at #4 on the NY Times Bestseller list. I read it – loved it –...

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Does Guessing the Plot Twist Affect How Much You Enjoy a Book?

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So you saw it coming … you guessed the plot twist! How does this impact how you feel about the book?...

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6 Degrees of Separation [Fates and Furies]

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I’m joining in with #6Degrees. A book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. This month’s...

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Six Degrees of Separation [The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo]

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I’m joining in with #6Degrees. A book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. This month’s...

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Top 10+ Books That Blew Our Minds in 2016

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This end of year favorite books list is one of our favorite posts to write. We read so many awesome books and to narrow it down was a...

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Reading Outside The Comfort Zone #AMonthofFaves2016

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Have you stepped outside of your favorite reading genre(s) this year?...

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