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I blinked and the first week and a half of September sped by. In between working and running, here’s what I have been reading: Really Truly, Heather Vogel Frederick Truly Lovejoy’s third adventure finds her going to mermaid academy on Cape Cod, trying to solve a couple of mysteries and dealing with boy-related feelings. I […]

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We are, somehow, at the end of August: poised on the edge of a new season, none of us quite sure what’s next. As we head into September, here’s what I have been reading: Swimming to the Top of the Tide, Patricia HanlonI found this lovely memoir at Trident and dove in headfirst (ha). Hanlon […]

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We’re sweating in a heat wave over here – and nearly halfway through August. I’m finally getting a little reading (and reviewing) mojo back. Here’s what I have been reading: Finlay Donovan Is Killing It, Elle Cosimano Annie recommended this one as “an absolute blast” and she was right. Struggling author and recently divorced mom […]

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It has been a strange July: hot one minute, pouring rain the next. I’m still struggling to find a rhythm at my new job – I am enjoying it, but so much to absorb! Meanwhile, here’s what I have been reading: A Deceptive Devotion, Iona WhishawLane Winslow and Inspector Darling are finally engaged – but […]

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Between my new job, summer events and crazy weather, July is flying by. My brain is full as I adjust to life at ZUMIX, but when I get a chance, here’s what I have been reading: These Unlucky Stars, Gillian McDunnAnnie has felt like the odd one out since her mom left – her dad […]

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Somehow we’re into July, and the weather has swung from the 90s two days ago to the 60s this morning. I’m finishing up week 2 at my new day job at ZUMIX here in East Boston, and trying to hang on. In between Zoom meetings and sweaty morning runs, here’s what I have been reading: […]

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We’re in the thick of June (between heat waves), and I started a new day job this week (!!!), so am reading a bit less than usual. But here are my recent reads, which include both my favorite summer genres: Dear Highlights: What Adults Can Learn from 75 Years of Letters and Conversations with Kids, […]

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We’re 10 days into June and the books are flowing – which is just how I like it. Here’s what I have been reading: City of Flickering Light, Juliette FayDesperate to escape a cruel employment situation, three young people jump off a moving train and make their way to Hollywood. Fay’s novel follows sensible Irene, […]

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Back from a beach vacation with my family – I did not read much on the actual beach, but squeezed in a few pages at night and a lot of plane reading. Here’s the latest roundup: The Rehearsals, Annette ChristieMegan Givens and Tom Prescott are gathering their (difficult) families on San Juan Island to tie […]

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We’re halfway through May (!) and the lilacs, cherry blossoms and tulips are glorious lately. So are the books. Here’s what I have been reading: The Great Belonging: How Loneliness Leads Us to Each Other, Charlotte DonlonI struggle with loneliness, especially (but not only) since my divorce. Donlon writes thoughtfully about her own experiences with […]

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