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January Monthly News

Welcome to the January edition of monthly news!
Happy new year to you all!
My goal is to read at least one book a week, for 52 books total or more. Let's see if I can actually attain that goal though.... What is your goal(s) for the year?
Been a slow reading month for me, but at least I got 3 read.
Work has taken an first class seat in my life, and books/blogging/fun has taken a backseat. That's the way life is though.


                                           Yearly Total:  3 Books & 1 Movie

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    1. I always write down each title I read and you inspired me to count them for the first time. I read 92 books in 2016, including several 500 page Anthony Trollope novels and the Bible in a year. "Two by Two" must be great, I will look for it.

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      1. 92 is fantastic, and honestly, better than I did last year lol... Hope you enjoy Two by Two like I did... just bring tissues. :-)

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    2. One book a week seems doable! I usually get closer to 75, depends on the time of year and how much time I have to read to finish that many. Right now, I am on track!

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