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Happy New Year! First Book of 2016


Happy New Year!!

I hope you're all enjoying this first day of 2016. I am spending the day with my family and several friends, hanging out, playing games and reading. I will be reading The Good Girl by Mary Kubica as my first book of the year. I'm linking up with Sheila at Book Journey for her annual First Book of the Year challenge.

What's your first book of 2016?

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  1. Such a great book!!! I devoured this after picking it up at BEA this past Spring...hope you enjoy it! Happy New Year Julie!!!

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  2. Oooh, I've heard good things about that one!

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  3. I read this last year from Netgalley and never got to the review, sigh. I did enjoy it, both of her books were good. Enjoy. Happy New Year Julie

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  4. Great photo! Happy reading, I heard this one is good!

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  5. I enjoyed this book. Hope you do as well. Happy New Year.

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  6. Hau'oli Makahiki Hou to you and yours. Enjoy your read.

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  7. Great choice! I still have yet to read it. Enjoy!

    Happy New Year!

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  8. Mine as Marie Kondo's Life Changing Magic of Tidying up. I was unimpressed (

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