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Review of Reading in 2020, and My Reading Challenges for 2020

Greetings to my readers. After a very unusually long break, a post on this blog. I hope some of you still check in on ABWM! I’d like to think you do! My 2020 started out on a great note both personally and reading-related, but then the pandemic took over and well, reviewing on the site took a backseat unfortunately. I’m someone who is in front of a screen through my day job as well, so sitting in front of the screen at home felt a chore rather than a passion.

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Book Review: Where the Forest Meets the Stars, by Glendy Vanderah

Every so often, a book on one of my friend’s TBR list might catch my eye. I’d kept this book in the corner of my mind because of the cover and the title, and when I saw it on Kindle Unlimited, I added it to my shelf.

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(Book Review) Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities, by Harini Nagendra and Seema Mundoli

Non-fiction and I aren’t the best of friends on the reading journey. But when a friend shared this book cover and another friend recommended it, I bought it. The nature lover buckled. I also was trying to go out of my comfort zone and read more non-fiction so this was a good choice to begin 2020 with.

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Book Review: The Vixen Pederson Workshop, by Maxine Sylvester

It was in 2017 that I discovered an interesting children’s fiction series written by Maxine Sylvester, thanks to one of my best friends. The genre is one that usually exudes joy and warmth, and this was no different. I’d been expecting the fourth book in the series since then.

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