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2018 BookBrowse Review & First Impressions Schedule

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January 2018
Jan 3: The BookBrowse Review
Jan 10: First Impressions
Jan 24: The BookBrowse Review

February 2018
Feb 7: The BookBrowse Review
Feb 14: First Impressions
Feb 21: The BookBrowse Review

March 2018
Mar 7: The BookBrowse Review
Mar 14: First Impressions
Mar 21: The BookBrowse Review

April 2018
Apr 4: The BookBrowse Review
Apr 11: First Impressions
Apr 18: The BookBrowse Review

May 2018
May 2: The BookBrowse Review
May 9: First Impressions
May 16: The BookBrowse Review

June 2018
June 14: First Impressions
Jun 21: The BookBrowse Review

July 2018
Jul 11: The BookBrowse Review
Jul 19: First Impressions

August 2018
Aug 1: The BookBrowse Review
Aug 15: First Impressions
Aug 22: The BookBrowse Review

September 2018
Sep 5: The BookBrowse Review
Sep 12: First Impressions
Sep 19: The BookBrowse Review

October 2018
Oct 3: The BookBrowse Review
Oct 10: First Impressions
Oct 17: The BookBrowse Review

November 2018
Oct 31: The BookBrowse Review
Nov 8: First Impressions
Nov 15: The BookBrowse Review

December 2018
Nov 28: First Impressions
Dec 5: The BookBrowse Review
(Plus various end-of-year "round-up" emails)

The above schedule is subject to change.

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