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I always like finding new authors to read, and when I find a new author that I like, I get really excited (but my wallet may not!). I have found a new author in Liane Moriarty—I definitely look forward to reading more from her.

Three women meet at the start of Kindergarten year at an Australian, suburban school. Events at the school lead to a death, and while the rumor mill is alive and well,

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Did you know that Dark Places by Gillian Flynn is becoming a movie? Dude, I so want to see this (I enjoyed the book).

Did you know Anne Tyler has a new book for 2015?

Did you know Nick Hornby is also having a new book out in 2015 (only have to wait less than 2 weeks!!!!)—I think I might explode with excitement.

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It’s Monday, January 19, 2015. It is Monday, and you know what that means–Hosted by Sheila at Book Journey, Monday is a great day to take stock of what you’re currently reading.

I like it because it holds me accountable. And, because I succeeded at the 120 books read in 2014 (via Goodreads), I agreed to read 200 in 2015—I’ve done it before, and for many years read at least that many,

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Like most tv watchers of the time, I did not watch Lost. It was not until the recommendation of a few very good friends that I actually decided to take a few moments to see the show that everyone was talking about. And I binged watched the show like crazy. By the time the last seasons were on, I watched with the rest of the audience, however I still have not seen the last episode (please,
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Joe Hill is one of my favorite authors. A fan of his novels, I jumped at the chance to snag a bundle of his comic work in eformat. Comixology included The Cape within the moderately priced bundle, and I am so happy I got the chance to read it.
The Cape starts off as something most kids can identify with–a security blanket. Once Eric gets too old to carry the blanket around, his mother lovingly creates a cape out of the remnants and he loves it.
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