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2019 Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge

The Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge is back! And as you can tell by the existence of this post, I’m joining in once again.

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From My Bookshelf | The Green Thumb Garden Handbook | Doc & Katy Abraham
Blog, From My Bookshelf

From My Bookshelf: Green Thumb

This edition of From My Bookshelf is a unique one, in that I am featuring just one book, and it is not a typical read-cover-to-cover book like the others I’ve written about. I picked it up on a whim at my favorite bookstore, and figured I would share it via FMB before spring ends: The Green Thumb Garden Handbook by Doc and Katy Abraham.

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Blog, On the Road

On The Road: Quill Books & Beverage

I’ve given another Bookstore + Bar the accolade of “one of the happiest places on Earth,” and I’m here now to say that that is a blanket statement I’m giving to all bookstores doubling as bars (and vice versa). This is because I finally visited Quill Books & Beverage in Westbrook, Maine for the first time – and a few more times after that.

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Down the TBR Hole #1

Down the TBR Hole is a blogging meme created by Lost in a Story, and I’ve decided to take part. I’m feeling especially motivated to do this after completing the My Blog’s Name in Books Tag/recently facing my TBR, and although I knew my Goodreads TBR was overwhelming, I decided I want to clean it up a bit. So here we are.

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Introducing My Blog's Name in Books Tag | Fictionophile
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My Blog’s Name in Books Tag

I found this book tag at Keep Reading Forward, and am delighted to see it was created by the marvelous Fictionophile. I’ve linked both of their posts, so check them out and keep reading for my list – it’s a long one.

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A [not so] Quick Word

Hello, reader. I debated posting a short message on Twitter and Instagram about the current state of my blog, but I’m pretty long-winded and since the message I want to get across is about my blog, why not post it on my blog as content? Yes, my ideas are revolutionary – so if you want more, like and subscribe!

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