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Hey all + Welcome!

My name is Sarah and I am The Nashville Wife!

I started reading books and posting them to my personal blog and realized I needed to give these beauties a home of their own. So now here we are – The Nashville Wife Reads!!

I’m on Instagram, Facebook, Goodreads, LinkedIn, Twitter, you name it (lol)

Scroll down to the bottom of my page and click any of the above and it will guide you right to me! Hope to see you around!

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Let’s kick things off by telling me your absolute FAVORITE book of 2018!! (or your favorite so far for 2019)

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Mine?

I gotta say, for 2019 my top fave has to be Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance (by Ruth Emmie Lang). Have you read it?!?! It’s INCREDIBLE. You’ll love Weylyn forever and ever. ❤

Thanks, Lovelies!

2 thoughts on “Hey all + Welcome!

  1. The best book I’ve read so far this year is Trouble No Man by Brian Hart, which I’ll post my thoughts on later this week I hope.

    Hmm… Looking through Goodreads, the books I rated as 5 stars in 2018 are: Educated byb Tara Westover; Montaigne in Barn Boots by Michael Perry; A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness; The Zero by Jess Walter; Strange Weather by Joe Hill; and 2 of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower books, a series I re-read over the past few years after first reading beginning in my teens.

    Happy reading!

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    1. Well lucky me I typed a review and it went away *sigh* I will try and reconstruct it.

      First of all thank you so much for your comment!! I love love LOVE discussing books so just thank you for that.

      – I will have to look up “Trouble No Man”! If you post about it, I’ll happily read your post.

      – As far as “Educated” goes, I’ve heard a lot about this book! What specifically makes you like it so much? i have a reviewer I follow on Goodreads that said this about the book and I would LOVE your thoughts on this:

      – “Some parts of this do seem farfetched, such as how an uneducated mountain wildgirl clicked her heels together, magicked up thousands of dollars (yeah, yeah, scholarships don’t cover everything, you know), and went on to some of the world’s most prestigious higher education centres. Intelligence is not the main thing required to attend Harvard or Cambridge; being able to pass exams and perform the system’s dance is. Someone without formal education should have no idea how to do that.”

      – If you have the time, I’d love to know what you think. I compare her notes to another girl’s notes (they vary SO much from each other) and that helps me decide if I’ll like a book. I’ve come to find its spot on.

      – I was really interested in this book till I read her review. I have a really hard time reading non-fiction as most writers do not do it in a way that I can engage with (I’m a storyteller kind of person) that or I haven’t found the right ones. I also cannot stand a book that is supposed to be purely non-fiction but ends up with an author adding in a bit here or there for interest. Its all or nothing for me.

      Anyways this is so much longer than I meant to make it so I’ll stop now! haha Thanks again for your thoughts.

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