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Rated: E · Assignment · Educational · #2261494
Read one book a month and provide a literary analysis of it. My list for that project
I have gotten away from reading, which is a terrible thing for a fiction writer. Although that's not entirely true. I read a lot - articles, essays, short stories. I'm always reading it seems. Just not longer fiction. With the glut of self-publishing books out there, it just was too overwhelming to try and read anything. But I've made the decision to change that. I'm making a list of books I'm going to tackle in the next 14 months. Each month I'll read a book, then write a detailed analysis of it and share that on my Facebook live Armchair Chats with Charity Marie. I will be keeping detailed notes as I'm reading the story to include in my later review.

Should be a ton of fun!

November 2021
Final Table by Dan Schorr

December 2021

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Review Template

Review Title:
Book Title:
Author:
Month:

Brief review/overview of the story (no spoilers):

Literary Analysis (with spoilers/warning)
Plot:
Characters:
Style:
Language:
Dialogue:
Theme:
Overall perspective:
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