Micheller7 75 Books Challenge for 2017
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I think this is the first year I will have read 75 or more books in one year.
I read mostly fiction, a lot of new stuff, some non- fiction, including memoirs.
It seems when I look at other members lists, they do not read the kind of books I read, so maybe with this posting I will find others who have my taste.
I have no idea how to insert photos or hyperlink my books. I have seen instructions but they are too complicated to follow.
I have been on LT for over 10 years. In recent years I fill out the template for each of the books I read. I have won 35 Early Reviewer books and reviewed each one.
Class Mom by Laurie Gelman (October 13)
The Book of Separation: A Memoir by Tova Mirvis (October 10)
Little Fires Everywhere: A Novel by Celeste Ng (October 4)
We Were Strangers Once: A Novel by Betsy Carter (Sep 30)
What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton (Sep 23)
Love and Other Consolation Prizes: A Novel by Jamie Ford (Sep 17)
Sourdough: A Novel by Robin Sloan (Sep 13)
The Resurrection of Joan Ashby: A Novel by Cherise Wolas (Sep 4)
The Wangs vs. the World: A Novel by Jade Chang (Aug 29)
The Dress in the Window: A Novel by Sofia Grant (Aug 23)
The Life She Was Given: A Novel by Ellen Marie Wiseman (Aug 17)
The Arrangement: A Novel by Sarah Dunn (Aug 12)
The Address: A Novel by Fiona Davis (Aug 6)
Morningstar: Growing Up with Books by Ann Hood (Aug 5)
What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum (Aug 2)
The Shark Club: A Novel by Ann Kidd Taylor (Jul 29)
The Bookshop at Water's End: A Novel by Patti Callahan Henry (Jul 26)
How to Fall in Love with Anyone: A Memoir in Essays by Mandy Len Catron (Jul 22)
Before We Were Yours: A Novel by Lisa Wingate (Jul 17)
The Awkward Age: A Novel by Francesca Segal (Jul 9)
The Lost Letter: A Novel by Jillian Cantor (Jul 1)
Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night by Jason Zinoman (Jun 27)
In This Moment: A Novel by Karma Brown (Jun 21)
The Reminders by Val Emmich (Jun 17)
Lilli de Jong: A Novel by Janet Benton (Jun 11)
My Life with Bob: Flawed Heroine Keeps Book of Books, Plot Ensues by Pamela Paul (Jun 9)
The Sleepwalker: A Novel by Chris Bohjalian (Jun 2)
Saints for All Occasions: A Novel by J. Courtney Sullivan (May 30)
The Leavers: A Novel by Lisa Ko (May 28)
Ginny Moon: A Novel by Benjamin Ludwig (May 22)
The Light We Lost: A Novel by Jill Santopolo (May 20)
Survival Lessons by Alice Hoffman (May 19)
The Garden of Small Beginnings: A Novel by Abbi Waxman (May 14)
The New Old Me: My Late-Life Reinvention by Meredith Maran (May 6)
Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout (May 3)
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond (Apr 27)
The Little French Bistro: A Novel by Nina George (Apr 23)
Hourglass: Time, Memory, Marriage by Dani Shapiro (Apr 20)
We Were the Lucky Ones: A Novel by Georgia Hunter (Apr 16)
The Bloom Girls: A Novel by Emily Cavanagh (Apr 14)
How Far Is the Ocean from Here: A Novel by Amy Shearn (Apr 9)
The Orphan's Tale: A Novel by Pam Jenoff (Apr 4)
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane: A Novel by Lisa See (Mar 30)
Close Enough to Touch: A Novel by Colleen Oakley (Mar 25)
All Grown Up: A Novel by Jami Attenberg (Mar 23)
The Perfume Collector: A Novel by Kathleen Tessaro (Mar 18)
A Piece of the World: A Novel by Christina Baker Kline (Mar 15)
The Sound of Us by Sarah Willis (Mar 11)
The Nearness of You: A Novel by Amanda Eyre Ward (Mar 6)
Noon at Tiffany's: An Historical, Biographical Novel by Echo Heron (Feb 27)
One of These Things First: A Memoir by Steven Gaines (Feb 24)
What She Left Behind: A Novel by Ellen Marie Wiseman (Feb 20)
On Turpentine Lane: A Novel by Elinor Lipman (Feb 15)
The Year She Left Us: A Novel by Kathryn Ma (Feb 10)
This Is How It Always Is: A Novel by Laurie Frankel (Feb 4)
The Improbability of Love: A Novel by Hannah Rothschild (Jan 25)
The Golden Age: A Novel by Joan London (Jan 22)
Small Admissions: A Novel by Amy Poeppel (Jan 18)
Commonwealth: A Novel by Ann Patchett (Jan 13)
The Mothers: A Novel by Brit Bennett (Jan 8)
Happy Family: A Novel by Wendy Lee (Jan 3)
Welcome to the group Michelle.
I am sure that are plenty of our number with similar reading tastes. I have the Ann Patchett on the stacks if that helps!
Posting pictures and so on seems a little daunting at first and I recall that Jim (the group administrator) had put up a fairly straightforward explanation of how to do it if I could only find it.
Welcome! There are some helps for you on our group wiki page: http://www.librarything.com/groups/75booksin2017
There's a link there to show how to do cool things like pictures in posts and such. Also, you can hyperlink to book pages by making a touchstone - just put square brackets around the title. You can do the same for authors with double square brackets.
Oh, and it looks like quite a few of your books would be found around our group!
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