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Book Club Brunch – Chapter 40

Book Club Brunch – Chapter 40

Hi y’all,

Whenever spring hits, I start getting a little antsy. Of course, I hit the spring cleaning hard (don’t ask me about the bags of books sitting in the corner of my bedroom), but I also start wanting to shake other things up in my life.

Whether it’s signing up for a ridiculous plan of running a 5K every Friday in April, to taking a class at my local small business development center, to cutting off half my hair – my brain is just in change mode! Are you doing anything to shift up your world coming into the new season?

Also – totally loving hard on this month’s book club pick. I wonder if we all tweet at Angie Thomas enough we could get her to pop over for an interview? She’s celebrating hitting No. 1 on the NYT Young Adult bestsellers list, so I’m afraid she might be a bit swamped.

Are you loving The Hate U Give as much as I am?

Ciao,

Whitney

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Whitney

Whitney is the founder and one of the speediest readers behind Imaginary Book Club; delivering weekly book reviews, monthly favorites, and frequent recommended book lists with a side order of overwrought musings. After forming and joining book clubs in every city she lived in, Whitney finally decided to take the fun online to connect with fellow introverts who are also longing for a way to connect.

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  1. Becca

    We have been rearranging the entire house as we have an almost crawler and a current climber. Each new stage shows you more “dangers” in the world than you would think about without your kid.

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