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It's Monday! What are you reading? January 8

Currently Reading:

Title: What Happened
Author: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Date Started: January 1, 2018
Note: First Book

Currently Listening:

Title: Atlas Shrugged
Author: Ayn Rand
Date Started: August 31, 2017
Note: I haven't listened in awhile, I'm going to start by making myself listen to at least a half hour a day.  I'm going to finish this book!

Finished Reading:

Title: Princess Leia
Author: Mark Waid
Date Finished: January 2, 2018
Stars: 5

Title: Year One (Chronicles of The One #1)
Author: Nora Roberts
Date Finished: December 31, 2017
Stars: 4

Title: Charged (Saints of Denver #2)
Author: Jay Crownover
Date Finished: December 29, 2017
Stars: 3

Title: Honor (The Breaking Point #1)
Author: Jay Crownover
Date Finished: December 27, 2017
Stars: 3

Title: Let Is Snow: Three Holiday Romances
Author: John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle
Date Finished: December 26, 2017
Stars: 3

Title: Christmas Masquerade
Author: Debbie Macomber
Date Finished: December 24, 2017
Stars: 3

Title: A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Stories
Author: Charles Dickens
Date Finished: December 23, 2017
Stars: 3
Comments: I've read A Christmas Carol in past years, but it was a first for those other stories.

Title: The Witness
Author: Nora Roberts
Date Finished: December 23, 2017
Stars: 5
Comments: Reread

Title: Windfall
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
Date Finished: December 18, 2017
Stars: 4

Title: Going Home: Unfinished Business / Island of Flowers / Mind Over Matter
Author: Nora Roberts
Date Finished: December 12, 2017
Stars: 4
Comments: Reread


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