Reading Wrap Up June 2020

Hey Book Lovers! It’s the end of June, and you know what that means! Time to look back at all the books we read for this month. I was only planning to read 9 books, and I ended up reading 15. There were a couple I planned to read that I didn’t get to, but […]

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#WrapUp February 2020 – Books I Read This Month (And What I Thought)

You know what’s kind of awesome? I was invited to join a local book club group a couple of years ago, one that was well-established and celebrated their 10 year anniversary shortly after I joined. I loved it so much, I started another book club on the Meetup app, and for the first couple months, […]

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#WrapUp August 2019 (with reviews): I read 22 books this month!

Guys… what else did I do this month? Apparently, I just did nothing but read and listen to audiobooks because… Twenty-two books! I’m not even kidding. I finished 22 books during the month of August. Here’s what they were… Katherine Center is quickly becoming a must-read author for me. How to Walk Away was so, […]

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June 2019 Reading Wrap Up

It was an interesting month. There were a couple of books I didn’t get to that I intended on reading, but there were several I ended up reading I hadn’t originally planned on, so overall, I was happy. Here’s what I read in June… In all honesty, I read the bulk of The Hypnotist’s Love […]

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April 2019 Wrap-Up: Books I Read This Month

The month of April started strong. Then I got completely derailed for reasons I’ll explain, and my planned TBR list pretty much got shot to hell after that. But fret not because I still got quite a bit read, and some really great books I can’t wait to share! So read on for the details. […]

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February 2019 Wrap-Up | Nerding Out With Nicky

I feel like February slipped right on by me without me even knowing. But that’s probably because I read so many fun, awesome books! Would you believe I read 15 books for the month of February? I swear, in 2018 I wasn’t sure I’d even squeak by with my goal of 50 books for the […]

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