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Fictionophile’s APRIL 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

APRIL by the numbers: Total books read: 12 Published in 2022: 6 Backlist titles: 5 Five star reads: 3 Debut novels: 3 Books that are part of a series: 5 Goodreads challenge: 49/120 (41%) GR NetGalley challenge: 32/70 (46%) GR … Continue reading

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Fictionophile Blog Update – First Quarter of 2022

Yes folks, 2022 has reached the 1/4 mark. In an effort to keep organized and structure my reading, I’ve compiled this post to track my reading progress since January 1st. I have read 37 books so far this year and … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s MARCH 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

March by the numbers: Total books read: 14 Published in 2022: 9 Backlist titles: 2 Five star reads: 7 Debut novels: 3 Books that are part of a series: 2 Goodreads challenge: 37/120 (31%) GR NetGalley challenge: 24/70 (34%) GR … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s FEBRUARY 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

February by the numbers: Total books read: 11 Published in 2022: 9 Backlist titles: 0 Five star reads: 4 Debut novels: 3 Books that are part of a series: 3 Goodreads challenge: 23/120 (19%) GR NetGalley challenge: 18/70 (26%) GR … Continue reading

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Sunday Sampler – what I’ve been up to Feb. 27, 2022

The Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted here in Nova Scotia, despite the fact that new cases occur daily. For health reasons, most all of what I’ve been doing lately has been very close to home. This week my husband and … Continue reading

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Sunday Sampler – what I’ve been up to Feb. 6, 2022

We are in our fourth wave of Covid-19 here in Nova Scotia, with many new cases of Omnicron daily. For that reason, most all of what I’ve been doing lately has been very close to home. Still experimenting with my … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s JANUARY 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

January by the numbers: Total books read: 11 Five star reads: 5 Debut novels: 2 Books that are part of a series: 4 Published in 2022: 4 Backlist titles: 3 Goodreads challenge: 11/120 (9%) GR NetGalley challenge: 9/70 (12%) GR … Continue reading

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Sunday Sampler – what I’ve been up to Jan. 10-16, 2022

We are in our fourth wave of Covid-19 here in Nova Scotia, with many new cases of Omnicron daily. For that reason, most all of what I’ve been doing lately has been very close to home. I recently purchased a … Continue reading

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2021 in review – a Fictionophile #Bookblogger Update

With 2021 now in our rear-view mirror, I thought I’d post an update on my reading and blogging for the year. I have read 131 novels: Of those 131 titles, 72 were from NetGalley – and I completed my NetGalley … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s Top Reads of 2021 – #BookRecommendations #GreatReads

It is that time of year again. When we all reflect back and decide which books will make our favorites list…  I always find this task extremely difficult.  This year I read 131 books, many of them spectacular, making the … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s DECEMBER 2021 Reading Wrap-Up #MonthlyWrapUp

In the past month I’ve read NINE titles. I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course. This is definitely not an uplifting story. It is a tale of hardship, of poverty, injustice, and perseverance. Of living … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s NOVEMBER 2021 Reading Wrap-Up #MonthlyWrapUp

In the past month I’ve read NINE titles. I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course. My review of “The Night She Disappeared” by Lisa Jewell. This was a missing persons mystery, yet it was more … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s OCTOBER 2021 Reading Wrap-Up #MonthlyWrapUp

In the past month I’ve read TEN titles. And, would you believe it, three of them were 5 star reads! I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course. One obvious choice for my book of the … Continue reading

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3/4 Through 2021 – a Fictionophile Update #Bookblogger

As October 1st is the three-quarter point in 2021, I thought I’d post an update on my reading and blogging so far this year. I have read 104 novels:Of those 104 titles, 55 were from NetGalley – here is my … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s SEPTEMBER 2021 Reading Wrap-Up #MonthlyWrapUp

In the past month I’ve read TWELVE novels. And, would you believe it, SIX of them were 5 star reads! I enjoyed every one of them, some more than others of course. WHAT A DILEMMA!  I have never had such … Continue reading

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