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  • Monday, Monday...the best thing about getting in my car to drive off to work on Monday mornings is jumping back into my current audiobook. 🎧 .
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  • Monday, Monday...the best thing about getting in my car to drive off to work on Monday mornings is jumping back into my current audiobook. 🎧 . • These are some of my favorite audiobooks! Sometimes I would listen to them simultaneously while reading my physical copy & other times I would just listen and carry on with my day. I believe that a narrator can make or break a story. The books in this stack have audiobooks with fantastic narrators & were taken to another level just by listening to them. 🎧 . I began listening to audiobooks for the first time over the summer when I opened this account and now I’m a bit of an addict. You see, I still love listening to them even when I have the physical copy. You may ask why that is & here are my thoughts: A. I’m always curious about what I may be missing in terms of enhancing my reading experience. B. When I’m on the road I enjoy jumping back into my current read. 🎧 . • Any audiobooks that you thought took the story to another level? 🎧 .
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  • #MusicLoveDrugsWar
“A coming-of-age novel that follows the lives of a group of teenagers in 1980s Derry, as they drink, take drugs and dabble in re...
  • #MusicLoveDrugsWar “A coming-of-age novel that follows the lives of a group of teenagers in 1980s Derry, as they drink, take drugs and dabble in resistance.” —— Today’s my stop on the #BookstagramTour for MUSIC LOVE DRUGS WAR by Geraldine Quigley. Thank you to Fig Tree (@penguinrhuk) for my free copy. Set against the backdrop of The Troubles (Northern Ireland Conflict, IRA, hunger strikes), a group of teenagers must navigate their way into adulthood. As the title tells you, there’s music, love, drugs and war, but, also the death of a friend, and choices made that cannot be unmade! Swipe to read the full synopsis. —— I’m half way through this novel at the moment, so while I can’t speak on the ending, I can say, Quigley writes tenderly in an atmospheric manner. The way she portrays the daily lives of these young people, their search for purpose is 👌🏾 (it reminds me a bit of This Is England, (not for the location or political climate) but the fact that you’re privy to the daily lives of these characters, the drinking, the smoking, the ‘hanging out’, but also the close friendships, and the search for self! . There’s also this layer of unease as scenes of rioting, soldiers patrolling the streets, stop and searches, are played out! . I must admit, I don’t know much about The Troubles (beyond what I’ve seen in films), but this novel is giving me a glimpse of what life was like at the time. Now let me get out of here and back reading this book! —— If you like the sound of this one, it’s available to buy now!
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Other than King of Scars (which techni...
  • • What books will you definitely be buying this year? ____________________________________________ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Other than King of Scars (which technically I bought in September) the ones I’m most looking forward to getting are The Binding, The Priory of the Orange Tree, A Reaper at the Gates, Finale and Darkdawn. Speaking of . . . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I’ve had the honour of being part of the teasers leading up to the cover reveal of #darkdawn by the man that is @misterkristoff and if you’ve been living under a rock the last few days and have missed the others, then I suggest you check out @harpervoyager_uk on Twitter and see them in all their glory! They’ve honestly made me even more excited for it! 🙌🏻 That ending of Godsgrave had me like 😲🤭 Although it still kind of infuriates me that the UK hardcover of Nevernight seems to have disappeared off the face of the Earth because I want beautiful matching editions! 🙈 I guess I’ll just have to get them all in paperback so at least they’ll match but is it such a bad thing to have multiple editions of your favourite books? I THINK NOT. 😏 ☓
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  • This book is hilarious! Thank you @sourcebooks for the free review copy!

This book finds all the English language rule breakers and puts them toge...
  • This book is hilarious! Thank you @sourcebooks for the free review copy! This book finds all the English language rule breakers and puts them together in one hysterical volume. My older kids can appreciate many of the puns and silent letters, but part of me thinks that this book is most funny as an adult. There is an index at the back of the book to help with pronunciation (I needed it!), as well as definitions since many of these words are not in our daily conversations. P is for Pterodactyl would make a fabulous teacher gift! Be sure to check my Instastories later today for a peek inside!
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  • Hello! Welcome to my little corner of Instagram for #meetthebookstagrammer! My name is Gail but when I started blogging I went by Irish so that’s w...
  • Hello! Welcome to my little corner of Instagram for #meetthebookstagrammer! My name is Gail but when I started blogging I went by Irish so that’s what some still know me as. I started my blog in 2007 and joined Instagram in 2011. . . ☘️☘️☘️ . . 📚 I am an eclectic reader and will give most anything a tryst . 📚 I am currently reading A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer & Blind Goddess by Anne Holt - both are so different from each other and I am loving both in different ways . 📚 I love all book mediums - audio, ebook and print! (Just give me the words!!) . ✈️ When not reading I love to travel and try to see someplace new every year. . ✈️ I love to collect magnets from my travels and looking at them on my fridge makes me smile every day. . ✈️ My next stop is Seattle so if you have any suggestions on things to check out be sure to let me know!! . 🍻 I also love trying out new beers when I travel & just drink beer in general. One of my favorite things is talking good books over good brews! . ☕️ I am a coffee addict. . 🔬 To support my book and travel habits I work full time for a biotechnology company. I always wanted a career where I could help people but wasn’t cut out for medicine so instead I work for a company that makes vaccines! (And no they don’t cause autism!!) I love being a scientist & can’t imagine doing anything else! 👩🏻‍🔬 . 📚 my favorite place to read is in bed right before sleep but it’s also the worst because it’s not always the easiest to read a heavy hardcover 🤦🏻‍♀️ . . ☘️☘️☘️ . . Well not sure what else to say - would love to meet new #bookstagrammers so please leave a comment and a follow if you like what you see! . . ☘️☘️☘️ . . #reading #bookstagram #blogger #igreads #bookstgrammer #bibliophile #bookish #bookblogger #bookphotography #booknerd #bookworm #booksofinstagram #instabook #booklover #awaysreading #readerlife #booktography #allthebooks #whatiread #alwaysreading #readerlife #booktography #allthebooks #currentlyreading #bloomsbury #brigidkemmerer #igbooks #bookaholic #behindtheblogger
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  • Since I started reading Milkman earlier this month, I’ve been thinking off and on about “hard books” - what makes a book feel hard for me, and my v...
  • Since I started reading Milkman earlier this month, I’ve been thinking off and on about “hard books” - what makes a book feel hard for me, and my various responses to reading something difficult (be it stylistically challenging or in terms of content). My responses fall all over the map - from frustration to confusion, to a motivation to understand, to that cool sensation of having exercised one’s mind and come out the other side with insight. . Milkman is work. It’s been a while since I’ve read something that takes such effort, more or less constantly. I don’t feel an irresistible pull to read it as I do with some other books that require less attention. I’m reading it with @gitana.eleni and @florenceandthebookparty for their book club and I know I wouldn’t have picked it up without having this incentive (I really love talking books with this group!). At many moments I have needed to apply all of my powers of focus in order to follow Burns’ tangential stream-of-consciousness style. Also, there has been at least one section that was so difficult content-wise that I could feel myself resisting, even wondering, “Why am I doing this again?” At those moments I’ve paused for a break. This happened yesterday on my way home and as I walked down my street I thought for a while about the feelings that can cause me to pull away from the experience of some stories (anger, fear, hopelessness, a sense of not being “smart enough” to understand ...). . Engaging with this difficult book has been very rewarding and makes me want to practice opening up to more books that initially (and maybe keep on) intimidating me. Because there are all kinds of reasons to read and one of my goals this year is to stretch. . There’s an extended section in Milkman when the narrator writes about her shifting awareness of how a sunset can be subversive, and maybe even change your life a tiny bit. That’s what I hope hard books can do for me, change me a little bit, page by page. I might not see a sunset the same way again, or perhaps something bigger within me shifts. . What’s a hard book you read that you felt was especially important for you to have experienced? I’m ready for more...
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  • Thanks @harperbooks #partner for this review copy of Come With Me.
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I was really looking forward to this one based on the synopsis. A family livin...
  • Thanks @harperbooks #partner for this review copy of Come With Me. . I was really looking forward to this one based on the synopsis. A family living in Silicon Valley, emerging technology, and possible infidelity. 🤭 . Oof (again 😬). Ultimately it didn’t work for me. I felt like the characters weren’t fully developed, and the husband and wife storylines were completely disjointed, to the extent that it felt like two separate books. This was more of a drawn out family drama than a sci-fi/tech book. I’m not sure who I’d recommend this to. Perhaps if you enjoy the HBO series Silicon Valley and are also interested in family drama and the nuclear disaster at Fukushima. If that sounds totally random to you then this isn’t the book for you 🤷‍♀️ . ⭐️⭐️/5 . I need to learn to do a better job of letting go of books that I know in my gut aren’t for me. This has been a great reading month quantity-wise (this is my 7th book of 2019 - since I haven’t been working due to the shutdown) but I haven’t read many books that I LOVE. Need to change that!! . How’s your reading month been so far? Any 5 star ratings? . . . . . . . . #books #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #harperbooks #comewithme #bookreview #januaryreads #alwaysreading #goodreads #goodreadschallenge2019 #2019readingchallenge #readingchallenge2019
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  • 🧛🏻‍♀️♥️COVER REVEAL♥️🧛🏻‍♂️
You guys!! This was my first ever vampire read! Can you believe that?! Silence is sooo good! And now take a look at ...
  • 🧛🏻‍♀️♥️COVER REVEAL♥️🧛🏻‍♂️ You guys!! This was my first ever vampire read! Can you believe that?! Silence is sooo good! And now take a look at this HOT cover! 😍 Get ready- this one is coming soon!! . . SILENCE by N. Isabelle Blanco @nisabelleblanco Coming January 23rd . . BLURB: When my brother, the King, married fifteen-years ago, I welcomed his new family as my own. His wife . . . her baby girl. My niece by marriage. I left to war the savages. For years I traveled back and forth, seeing that child age. But then the last battle kept me away for five years . . . I’ve returned now to take my rightful place: second-in-command to the throne. I am everything this kingdom stands for—everything it needs. The kind of pillar not even my brother can aspire to being. They all look up to me. To maintaining their code. Yet, they do not know the truth. In the grip of the shadows, she haunts me at night. During the day, she smiles and whispers, showing me traces of that sweet little girl. At night, she’s there, a vision in black. Watching, stalking . . . no words need to be said. She knows. I’m losing the battle. This thing between us is an evil spark. Thousands of years of honor are threatened—about to be shredded by the impossibility of our desire. She doesn’t care. It’s in her silence that she kills me . . . and she wields it like a blade. The savage call of her blood is more than I can handle . . . And the need to own her body might destroy us both. . Warning: contains themes that aren’t for everyone. Please read at your own caution. 18+. . . Read my Goodreads review; #coverreveal #comingsoon #leavemealoneimreading #allthebooks #bookishaf #ilovereading #bookstagram #bookish #bibliophile #idratherbereading #bookblogger #alwaysreading #bookworm #booksarecool #bookwhore #bookboyfriend #booknerd #bookboyfriendsdoitbetter #igreads #goodreads #tbr #mustread #booksofinstagram #bookstagrammer
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You guys are really pulling out all the stops with your photos of The Au Pair, we’re seeing some really stylish phot...
  • 📖 📸 by: @fortheloveofbooks85 You guys are really pulling out all the stops with your photos of The Au Pair, we’re seeing some really stylish photos, is that a reflection of the book (writing style, plot) we wonder, the cover certainly has major style points! Keep those photos coming, keep tagging us, so we can keep sharing! • Here at #cgbookclub HQ, we always try to plan ahead, so we want to know, are there any crime books you’re highly anticipating the release of? What do we need to include in future votes? No matter how far ahead publication day is, let us know in the comments!
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  • “Sex, yes; sexism, no.” .
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The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin is the novella about feminist Joanna Eberhart and her family who move to Stepford, an i...
  • “Sex, yes; sexism, no.” . . The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin is the novella about feminist Joanna Eberhart and her family who move to Stepford, an idyllic place to live. Upon arrival its hard to miss that the women are very well dressed, have extremely clean homes and go to any lengths to please their husbands. It’s not long before Joanna senses something strange is at play here, can she escape this strange town? . . When I finished reading this book I had that moment of why hadn’t i read this sooner?!?! I love how this story plays out and what’s intriguing is the idea of how women were to be in the time in which this book was written which was 1972. Ira Levin is famously known for writing Rosemary’s Baby which was one of my favourite reads of last year. The writing is spot on in this novella in conveying the horror and thrilling atmosphere. It’s the underlaying message which captured my interest. . . The main character Joanna is an established photographer as well as being a wife and mother. She can’t help noticing how different the women are and this drives her to seeking out the mystery behind their abnormal behaviour. Her determination is what makes the reader route for her. . . The ending was what I expected, although I was familiar with the story and waiting for the outcome, the continuous dread and unease kept me reading on which is why I couldn’t put it down. I can see why this has a cult status and i’d most definitely recommend the book over the movies to everyone. . . #thestepfordwives #iralevin #bookreview #mywee2019reads #bookreviews #myweereads #bookcollector #constantreaer #mylibrary #ilovereading #bookblogger #bookstagrammer #constantreader #bookphoto #goodreads #instabooks #bookcollector #bookaddict #bookstagramfeature #bookworm #alwaysreading #bookishpost #newpost #cultbooks #classicbooks
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  • In 1907 my aunt and uncle astonished us by acquiring a motor-car; they had vaguely talked of it ever since their bicycling courtship, but it was a ...
  • In 1907 my aunt and uncle astonished us by acquiring a motor-car; they had vaguely talked of it ever since their bicycling courtship, but it was a surprise when I saw it standing outside our disused coach-house at Thorncliffe. I was looking down from my bedroom and it seemed of enormous length and great opulence. * Those were the days of dusty roads; as soon as we left the suburbs of Manchester the hedges were powdered white and a great white cloud followed us. Whenever we saw another car approaching us, we stuffed handkerchiefs into our mouths, covered our faces with our hands and ducked, but even so the dust was suffocating. As I came up for air I always cast an admiring glance at Uncle Bertie, upright, indomitable and begoggled at the wheel, his pipe with its patent spark-preventing lid clenched between his teeth. Not for him to duck from dust clouds and, as the hours wore on, his face, moustache and cap grew white as any miller’s. * Dodie Smith remembers one of her first trips in a motor-car in her childhood memoir, Look Back with Love. Available as a Slightly Foxed Paperback bearing this wonderful illustration by @anna_trench on the cover.
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  • Thank you so much @henryholtbooks for my free copy of INVISIBLE by Stephen L. Carter 💐💐
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This is a remarkable book about an intelligent, driven ...
  • Thank you so much @henryholtbooks for my free copy of INVISIBLE by Stephen L. Carter 💐💐 . This is a remarkable book about an intelligent, driven woman who defied racial boundaries and successfully brought down one of the most notorious mobsters of the 1930’s. Stephen L. Carter, who is a Yale constitutional scholar and established author, also happens to be the grandson of Eunice Hunton Carter. And she has led an exceptionally fascinating life. . A few things to know about Eunice: she graduated from Smith University with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in 4 years; she was recruited by Lincoln’s Republican Party to run for State Assembly against a prominent opponent; she was not only the first black female lawyer in New York, she was the first black woman federal prosecutor in the country; and she was the primary person in the task force that brought down Salvatore “Lucky” Luciano. Yes, that’s right...Lucky Luciano, the mobster portrayed in the television show Boardwalk Empire. She worked on Thomas Dewey’s prosecutorial team, alongside 19 white men working Luciano’s case. She was tasked with listening to mind numbing resident complaints but instead of letting that get the better of her, she connected the dots that made history. . This checked all the boxes for me: historical figure I knew nothing about, interesting story, a little crime, and great writing. I cannot recommend this book enough! She’s an amazing woman with an incredible story and everyone should read it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ . . . #invisible #stephenlcarter #henryholt #bookreview #allthebooks #booknerd #readallthebooks #nonfiction #history #bookblogger #booklove #bookaddict #bibliophile #read #reader #avidreader #bookenthusiast #mustread #bookworm #booksaremagic #alwaysreading #shereadswithcats 🐈💐
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  • “Perhaps love could never be captured in a definition; it could only ever be captured in a story."
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I was excited to read "The Only Story" as "The...
  • “Perhaps love could never be captured in a definition; it could only ever be captured in a story." . I was excited to read "The Only Story" as "The Sense of an Ending" was a 2018 fave, and this novel – a man looking back on his life and loves – seemed like it would be in a similar vein. (Normally I have no patience for old white men who write the same books over and over, but Barnes is such a brilliant writer I give him a pass, don’t @ me). The same themes of memory, regret, love, and their impact on identity were all there, as was his razor-sharp observational eye and aphoristic style. But I didn’t adore “The Only Story” quite as much, although I still really enjoyed it. . To get it over with: the biggest problem I had was with the age gap of the characters whose love story is the centre of the book. Paul and Susan meet when he is 19 and she is in her mid-40s, and the ethics of that age gap are barely acknowledged. If I'd been reading about a teenage girl who had a life-altering affair with a middle-aged man, I think it would have been almost negligent not to address the inevitable power imbalance. So why not here? I found this challenging. . Thematically and stylistically, though, this book was a triumph. It professes to be about love, but is more about how we construct narratives for ourselves to make sense of our lives (with love stories often being the most important of those narratives). As Paul says in the opening section, “Most of us have only one story to tell. I don’t mean that only one thing happens to us in our lives: there are countless events, which we turn into countless stories. But there’s only one that matters, only one finally worth telling." . Barnes’ masterful use of pronouns illuminates this idea of self-conscious authorship: the book starts in the first person as Paul recalls his youth; shifts into the second person as he tries to distance himself from a more difficult period of his life; and finally moves to an even more distanced third person as he tries to assess the entirety of his life with objectivity. It’s done subtly, but is incredibly impactful. A good summary for Barnes’ approach as a whole, really. How does he do it?!
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  • #CurrentlyReading - Severance by Ling Ma
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I’ve seen so many rave reviews for Severance that I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to get to it -...
  • #CurrentlyReading - Severance by Ling Ma . I’ve seen so many rave reviews for Severance that I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to get to it - but I’m so thrilled to finally read it! . Severance is a satirical apocalyptic novel that follows Candace, a millennial living in New York when the mysterious Shen Fever sweeps the city. Unafflicted by the contagion, Candace remains in the empty city, attached to her daily routine and working her same old job. . Eventually, she meets a group of survivors who are traveling to a safe location they call The Facility, where they plan to rebuild society. But can Candace trust them and their power-hungry leader? . I’ve seen Severance described as “millennial af” (the cover is even millennial pink) and a book that perfectly captures the zeitgest of our times, so it definitely sounds like my kind of book! 😂
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  • Czy są tu jacyś fani Wattpada? 📚✨Przeczytałam już wiele książek młodych autorów, zaczynających swoją przygode z pisaniem właśnie na Wattpadzie. Wi...
  • Czy są tu jacyś fani Wattpada? 📚✨Przeczytałam już wiele książek młodych autorów, zaczynających swoją przygode z pisaniem właśnie na Wattpadzie. Wiele z tych prac, dzis już jest dostępnych w empiku. Może kiedyś też spróbuje swoich sił👍 ___________________________ "Summeer Love" Brzmi banalnie prawda? Książka piękna, bardzo lekko się ją czyta. Jednak w swojej banalności, niezwykła. Mocno chwyta za serce, przynajmniej mnie. Wyobrazcie sobie mnie o 4 rano z toną chusteczek i poduszką mokrą od łez... To musi być coś! Jak sam tytuł wskazuje, książka opowiada o wakacyjnej miłości,ale nie takiej prostej jakby mogło się wydawac. Miłości, która zmierzy się z chorobą i niejednokrotnie główni bohaterzy Colton i Becca wystawią ją na próbę. Bardzo młodzieżowa książka, nawet dla tej najmłodszej części czytelników. Bez głębokich scen erotycznych (fajna odmiana od książek, które zjadam codziennie😜) Dajcie szanse tym młodym pisarzom, sprawdzcie ich "wypociny", niektóre naprawdę są warte uwagi. Tak jak ta autorstwa "jestemanonimem1". #Blacky📚 #reading #boooks #readingtime #readinglife #readingislife #readingbooks #alwaysreading #readingisfun #instareading #readingismagic #readingabook #loveReading #czytaniejestsexy #czytanie #czytanienieboli #czytaniejestfajne #czytanierozwija #czytanietopasja #readingblog #czytambolubie #wattpad
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  • #mygita 
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They say 'If you want to know who you are and what is the purpose of your life and if you want to look f...
  • #mygita #devduttapattanaik Pc:janhavihood They say 'If you want to know who you are and what is the purpose of your life and if you want to look for solution to your problems, read Bhagvat Geeta - the song of the lord. My Gita by Devdutt Pattanaik is a contemporary approach to Indian epic, Bhagvat Geeta, presented in simplest ways. Author here has elaborated Gita by adding his own perspective and personal approach to each verse. Hence its called - mygita.💕 Like The Gita, my Gita is also divided into 18 chapters. Each chapter focuses on particular spiritual theme like observation (Darshan), rebirth (atma), karma,dharma, exchange (yagna). He has simplified dharma and karma with very relatable and easy examples so that young readers like us get it right. One example of karma dharma and rebirth which I liked most was that of Vali and Sugriv of Ramayana. Vali was Indradev's son and Sugriv was Suryadev's son. In Ramayana,Vishnu - Ram defeated and killed Vali and made Sugriv king. So in Mahabharata, to balance Vishnu - Krishna made Arjun (son of Indradev) king and Karna died in war. Overall book has lots of learning and if we read it carefully we get to know a lot between the lines. Mahabharat - how it started and why it ended the way it did , Pandavas and Kauravas their nature and journey is well depicted through this book. My Gita is an enlightening ride for those who seeks answers to their queries and wants nourishment of their souls, thought readers have to give time to digest what author wanted to actually convey. This book I felt was a great experience for me. Hope you guys enjoy it as well.❤️ So until next time!! Happy Reading 💕 #bookrecommendation #bookhangover #booklove #bookstagram #bookphotography #booknerdigans #loveforfiction #greatreads #alwaysreading #readmorebooks #bookreview #bookworms #bookobsessed #bookstagramer
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  • Who has seen the teaser trailer for the LAST season of GOT! 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ (and so many times!) Who do you think is going to rule over Weste...
  • Who has seen the teaser trailer for the LAST season of GOT! 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ (and so many times!) Who do you think is going to rule over Westeros at the end of the series? Gorgeous Stark bookmark by @charmedfiction!
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  • Yesterday demonstrated just what a lovely community this place is. 😍

I learnt so much about the way I read and experience books by authors who ha...
  • Yesterday demonstrated just what a lovely community this place is. 😍 I learnt so much about the way I read and experience books by authors who have a different perspective from mine, with regards to ethnicity, sexuality and ableness. I couldn't stop thinking about it all night! It also made me realise how I don't necessarily seek out, for example, reviews written by people of colour when they are by an author of colour, and how doing that could teach me something and check my bias. 😊 If you haven't yet seen some of the discussions on this topic, including shout outs for some brilliant accounts, check out the stories of @thestackspod (archived under Representation) and @read_by_rodkelly 😊 I recently read Pachinko, which I really enjoyed, but last night's discussions have made me think again about some of my assumptions. 😓 Side note: as a mum of a physically disabled five year old child, this has made me even more determined to find books for him that will make him feel valued and included, especially when he becomes a teenager and adult. 😊 Out of interest, do you know any non-patronising books that have characters with physical or other disabilities? I'm particularly interested in physical disabilities because of how it might interest my son. I don't expect any answers on this because I don't think there are any 😂 If you haven't read Me Before You look away now, SPOILER ALERT 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 Please don't suggest Me Before You, cos, you know, he dies, and then gives all his money to the non disabled character so she can have a good life.
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  • This week the book is The Four Agreements. If you want to be entered to win a copy of this amazing book, leave a comment below. 📚📚📚
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  • This week the book is The Four Agreements. If you want to be entered to win a copy of this amazing book, leave a comment below. 📚📚📚 Be impeccable with your word, don’t take anything personally, never make assumptions, always do your best. Such simple advice which can change your life if you practice it! I’m practicing being impeccable with my word, both with others and to myself. Which agreement do you need to work on? Not making assumptions? Not taking things personally? Maybe trying your best is the area you need work in. Start with one agreement, work on that one and then go from there to the next one! Truly life changing! 📚📚📚
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  • For a chance to win this book, please comment below. One winner will be picked at the end of the week!
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  • For a chance to win this book, please comment below. One winner will be picked at the end of the week! 📚📚📚 This week I’m reading The Four Agreements, a book I have read many times. This book is really beautiful. In it, Don Miguel Ruiz discusses how to have a calm life: 📚1. Be impeccable with your word. 📚2. Don’t take anything personally 📚3. Don’t make assumptions and 📚 4. Always do your best. Today, I’m working on being impeccable with my word. I will speak lovingly and kindly to myself and others today! ♥️♥️♥️
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