2020 Reading Challenge: May Book Recommendations

I invite all of you to participate in the Judging More Than Just the Cover 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month, we have a category to follow. Pick at least one book that falls into that category. I’ll let you know what book I chose and give a few other suggestions. This month’s category is a book that takes place where you live.

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2020 Reading Challenge: April Book Recommendations

I invite all of you to participate in the Judging More Than Just the Cover 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month, we have a category to follow. Pick at least one book that falls into that category. I’ll let you know what book I chose and give a few other suggestions. This month’s category is a book with an #OwnVoices character different than you.

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2020 Reading Challenge: March Book Recommendations

I invite all of you to participate in the Judging More Than Just the Cover 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month, we have a category to follow. Pick at least one book that falls into that category. I’ll let you know what book I chose and give a few other suggestions. This month’s category is a book you were supposed to read in high school, but didn’t.

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2020 Reading Challenge: February Book Recommendations

I invite all of you to participate in the Judging More Than Just the Cover 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month, we have a category to follow. Pick at least one book that falls into that category. I’ll let you know what book I chose and give a few other suggestions. This month’s category is nontraditional romance.

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2020 Reading Challenge: January Book Recommendations

I invite all of you to participate in the Judging More Than Just the Cover 2020 Reading Challenge. Each month, we have a category to follow. Pick at least one book that falls into that category. I’ll let you know what book I chose and give a few other suggestions.

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Review: Necessary People | Anna Pitoniak

Stella is beautiful and rich. Violet is smart, but from a rough and poor family. Somehow they become friends, each with their role in the friendship: Violet riding on the coattails of Stella. But when Violet starts to get hard-earned success, jealousy flips the other way.

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