Fictionophile’s JANUARY 2023 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp
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by Fictionophile
2d ago
 JANUARY by the numbers: Total books read: 10 Published in 2023: 7 Backlist titles: 3 Five star reads: 1 Debut novels: 2 Books that are part of a series: 1 Goodreads challenge: 10/120 (8%) GR NetGalley challenge: 3/80 (4%) GR ..read more
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Fictionophile’s JANUARY 2023 #BookHaul #Bookbloggers #TBR
Fictionophile
by Fictionophile
2d ago
I’ve added TEN review commitments to my TBR this month. (All book descriptions are linked to Goodreads.) I received six of these titles from NetGalley. I received three of these titles from Edelweiss. I received this title so that I ..read more
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“Ghost 19” by Simone St. James – Book Review
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by Fictionophile
2d ago
I’ve read a few novels by Simone St. James so when I saw this novella on Amazon, I just had to buy it. Of the novels by this author that I have read, “The Broken Girls” is probably my favorite ..read more
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“Ghost 19” by Simone St. James – Book Review @BerkleyPub #Ghost19 #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
5d ago
I’ve read a few novels by Simone St. James so when I saw this novella on Amazon, I just had to buy it. Of the novels by this author that I have read, “The Broken Girls” is probably my favorite ..read more
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“The Skeleton Key” by Erin Kelly – Book Review
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by Fictionophile
5d ago
Nell Churcher is the protagonist of the story. She lives in London, on a narrowboat without a permanent mooring. She shares her humble abode with fifteen year old Billie, who is the daughter of Nell’s former boyfriend. Despite her affluent ..read more
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“The Skeleton Key” by Erin Kelly – Book Review @Mobius_Books @HachetteBooks @mserinkelly #TheSkeletonKey #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
Nell Churcher is the protagonist of the story. She lives in London, on a narrowboat without a permanent mooring. She shares her humble abode with fifteen year old Billie, who is the daughter of Nell’s former boyfriend. Despite her affluent ..read more
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Teaser Tuesday – January 24, 2023 #NewBook #WhatJulyKnew @EmilyKoch @HarvillSecker #TeaserTuesday #TuesdayBookBlog @PenguinUKBooks
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the titles from my own TBR. This book is a title I received from Harvill Secker / Penguin UK via NetGalley and I’ll ..read more
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“Killer Story” by Matt Witten – Book Review @oceanviewpub @MattZWitten #KillerStory #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
Does the truth really set you free? After reading this author’s “The Necklace” in August of last year, I was keen to read more of his work. Once again I was rewarded with an enjoyable, fast-paced, and satisfying read. Set ..read more
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“The Blue Window” by Suzanne Berne – Book Review @MSRBooks @simonschuster @simonschusterCA #TheBlueWindow #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
“Life is messy. People love how they can.”“It occurred to him that most of the disasters people prepare for had already happened.” I’ll admit that after reading the first chapter of this novel I was contemplating pulling out my hair ..read more
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“Locust Lane” by Stephen Amidon – Book Review
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by Fictionophile
2w ago
“4 high school students – 9 adults – 1 unsolved murder” “Locust Lane” was an engrossing, contemporary murder mystery. With echoes of the family dynamics of “13 Reasons Why“, this modern thriller gave an observant and fascinating portrayal of the ..read more
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