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August in Review

August has been a very busy month here at 746 Books. Well, not so much on the blog at 746 Books, but in the real life of 746 Books! August was the final full month of 20 Books of Summer and I watched in envy as several participants tweeted details of their 20th review! What…

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Reading Roulette for May!

  So, it’s been a full 6 months since I last did a Reading Roulette, which means it’s time once again to put my literary fate in your capable hands and ask you to pick one of my May reads from the 746! You’ve picked me some great winners in the past – Life After…

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Happy New Year!

2014 has been a wonderful blogging year for me, finding my feet, finding my voice and unexpectedly finding a new audience and new online friends! I read more books than I planned to and stuck to my promise not to buy anything new. Amazing! I know 54 books out of 746 isn’t a great dent,…

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I’m 1 today!

Today is my Blogversary! I’m quite surprised by this for several reasons, but the main one is that I’ve stuck at it for a year! I’ve started several blogs in the past, but never one with such a tight focus, so I’m pleased that I didn’t just give up. I did worry that because I…

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