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TBR: Jan 19 - 26 Edition

Monday, January 18, 2016
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I have been on a roll with reading this week; I think that I have struck a good balance between reading, writing, getting housework done, and taking some time for myself. I made some more changes to how I organize my TBR libraries, and these changes seem to be working for me. Hopefully I can keep the momentum going.

To Be Reviewed

to-be-reviewed, On My Kindle, Oath Breaker

Since I waited anxiously for the third, and final, book in the Sons of Odin Series; I managed to finish Oath Breaker in one day! I am anxious to share my thoughts about this book with you. 

to-be-reviewed, book, On My Kindle

I also waited anxiously for Lily Luchesi to complete the second installment of her Paranormal Detectives series, and I started reading Miranda's Rights the day after I finished Oath Breaker. I am really enjoying this book, and am reading it whenever I have some spare time.

To Be Read

to-be-read, Wendy Hobbs, On My Kindle

Claudia Quash: The Spell of Pencliff by Wendy Hobbs is the first book in the Claudia Quash series of children's fantasy books. I just received a physical copy of the book from Wendy, and I am really looking forward to reading it.

to-be-read, Robert Lampros, On My Kindle

Eleven Floors by Robert Lampros is a Christian fiction novel that is about a young man's struggles after his father passes away. Even though I am not Christian, I enjoy reading faith-based literature because I know that I can recommend these books for family reading without worrying about strong language, graphic violence, or sexual content. 

Last week I ended up reading and reviewing two non-fiction books. I always worry a bit with non-fiction because I am not too sure how trying to learn about something new will translate into a decent review; especially if the books are on topics that I am not normally interested in. However, it is nice to mix things up now and again; I think it makes reading more interesting, and I am sure that including variety in the books that I review makes reading my reviews more interesting to you.

Have a fantastic week!
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