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  1. Lauren says:

    I’m sure you’ve already read The Great Alone, but MAN it was good. Also Becoming by Michelle Obama

  2. I second the books Lauren says above and add Where the Crawdads sing.

  3. Lindsay says:

    Good for you for taking actual time off! Already told you about my favorite book lately but Ask Again, Yes; Mrs. Everything; and When We Believed in Mermaids were my 2019 favorites!

  4. Nadine says:

    My favorite books I read last year (that may not have been written last year) were A Life Less Throwaway, My Favorite Half-Night Stand, Little Fires Everywhere, The Whisper Network and Never Have I Ever. I will have to try that coffee, I have the toasted coconut macaron one from there right now. It is delicious too!

  5. Kay says:

    I read over 150 books in 2019 but so few them I gave 5 stars to on Good Reads, so here are my top books (I am well aware that I am late to the party for some of them).
    Salt to the Sea – Ruta Sepetys
    All The Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr
    The Fifth to Die – J.D. Barker
    The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair – Joel Dicker
    Then She Was Gone – Lisa Jewell
    The Rosie Project – Graeme Samson
    The Sixth Lamentation – William Brodrick
    Night Waking – Sarah Moss
    The Keeper of Lost Things – Ruth Hogan. x

  6. Julie Hood says:

    Ughhh I need to get a new journal. I have so much swimming around in my head and need to get it out. Thank you for that reminder. And the tip about what coffee I should get at Target.

  7. Brita Long says:

    So, I don’t usually drop my blog link in the comments, but you did ask about my favorite book of 2019! I wrote an entire recap of all the best things I read last year.

    Short and sweet answer: The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine

    The long answer:

  8. Julie says:

    I need a new journal too. It’s high time I sat down with myself and let my thoughts properly out. Six Four was amazing if you like crime novels…

  9. Audrey says:

    I need to get back into the habit of writing on my blog. I miss the outlet and the consistency. I’d like to be better about taking me time to read, too. An infant is demanding but she naps and has a bedtime so I truly have no excuse.

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