Posts Tagged ‘booklr’

What I’m Reading

I haven’t done a post about the books that I’m reading in ages, because getting a chance to read is rare now that the tiny human is mobile. Instead of reading my books, I’m reading some of hers to her, playing kitchen, or watching Fancy Nancy. But, I do get a little time to read…

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Bookish Questions – Least favorite kids’ book of all time?

What is your least favorite kids’ book of all time? I’ve heard horror stories about children who want the same story read to them over and over again.  Obviously, I will eventually hate whatever book my child deems her favorite, just because I have to read it all the time.  I’m expecting that, but I…

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Bookish Questions – 2017 Reading Goals?

What are your reading goals for 2017? I read quite a few books last year. According to Goodreads, I read a total of 69 books in 2016, that’s 6 more books than in 2015.  I would like to think that I could keep my goal from the last two years of reading one book per…

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Bookish Questions – How do you store your books?

How do you store your books? I recently sold my beloved bookshelf to make some room in what will soon be little Spot‘s room.  It was my favorite piece of furniture in the entire house, but it was also massive.  The space it lived was literally the only wall large enough to hold it that…

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Bookish Questions – How many books do you buy in a year?

How many books do you get/buy in a year? For myself, I try not to purchase more than a couple of books a month, though I admit to purchasing more than that when I see books that I just need to have.  Sometimes it’s because I’ve come upon a collection of Nancy Drew or Hardy…

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Bookish Questions – Your current favorite book?

What is your current favorite book? I have a really bad habit of answering this question with “the one I’m reading.” And, while it is true that I’m always enjoying the books I’m reading the most, I recently read a book of poetry that I am in love with.  Outside of Shel Silverstein, poetry has…

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