Week in Review: October 5

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How My Week Went:

I realized that the monthly updates I send about my work book club are basically an incredibly specific newsletter. I’m okay with it.

What I Read:

Continuing my reread of Giant Days. Started Vengeful but I’m so worried about everyone that reading has been slow going. Oops.

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