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The grapes of hope: Happy New Year 2018

January 1, 2018 22 comments

In my family, we eat grapes for New Year because tradition says it brings wealth for the coming year. So the grapes on the picture are not the grapes of wrath although they could be after this challenging political year. They are the grapes of hope. I’m sending virtual grapes to you for this brand new year.

I will write a Best of 2017 post in the coming days. Out of superstition, I didn’t want to post it before the year actually ended. What if I finished a fantastic book after the post was published? Well this year, I was glad for this foresight because I ended up reading two greats books in the last few days, The Dark Angel by Dominique Sylvain and The Three Miss Kings by Ada Cambridge.

I want to say hi to the readers who joined Book Around the Corner in 2017 and to the faithful ones who keep reading about my literary adventures. I am grateful that you choose to read me among the billions things you have to do and I will do my best to entertain you in 2018. Your presence and interactions make my reading journey a lot brighter.

The billet where I asked for recommandations in Australian literature is the one that attracted the most “likes” and the highest number of comments, so we’ll see what I’ll make of them in 2018. So, my only reading plans for 2018 are to read my Book Club choices and read at least one Australian book per month.  And of course, if the TBR could decrease…

I will try to read more of you blogs too as I enjoy discovering new writers and reading about your literary voyage. I don’t have as much time as I’d like to read all the reviews I’d like to.

I wish you all the best for 2018, for you and your family, especially health and happiness. And money too, because, if money doesn’t bring health or happiness, let’s be honest, it sure contributes to them. 🙂

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