Looking Back at 2023

Looking Back at 2023

In this episode, Nicole and Gayle engage in a casual conversation reflecting on their experiences in 2023. They delve deeper into some of their favorite books, providing more insights. Towards the end, they shift gears to discuss the reading challenges they anticipate for 2024.

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Gayle’s blog 2024 Reading Challenge: https://www.everydayiwritethebookblog.com/2024/01/2024-ediwtb-reading-challenge/


The Berry Pickers by Amanda Peters | Amazon | Bookshop

Absolution by Ann McDermott | Amazon | Bookshop

The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton | Amazon | Bookshop

All That Is Mine I Carry With Me by William Landay | Amazon | Bookshop

Tom Lake by Ann Patchett | Amazon | Bookshop

Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano | Amazon | Bookshop

Pineapple Street by Jennifer Jackson | Amazon | Bookshop

Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros | Amazon | Bookshop

Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros | Amazon | Bookshop

Natural Beauty by Ling Ling Huang | Amazon | Bookshop

Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley | Amazon | Bookshop

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