The writing community rocks. Especially when you find out your #newleafliterary agent-sister got your #ARC from the amazing author that blurbed your book, and you get to feel the full-circle of love. Thanks @heather1ee and @kellydevos for being unbelievably awesome and supportive. And thanks to Elly for hopping into the picture to let every know you have excellent, if discerning taste. Sorry I put a dog in the book instead of a cat. Next time.😻📚
This is the paperback remake of Rebel of the Sands.
Do you have a thing about covers? Because I certainly do. Personally I prefer the hardcover version in this series. I find the colours more striking and the artwork more interesting.
However, I know that in marketing you lead to your audience. And maybe I’m not the particular target market they were selling to with this remake—which is totally okay.
I’m still super pumped to read this book, regardless of how the cover looks!
𝐐𝐎𝐓𝐃: 𝗪𝐡𝐚𝐭'𝐬 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐭 𝐛𝐨𝐨𝐤 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐃𝐍𝐅'𝐝 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐰𝐡𝐲?
𝘕𝘰𝘳𝘮𝘢𝘭 𝘗𝘦𝘰𝘱𝘭𝘦 - Book Description:
- At school Connell and Marianne pretend not to know each other. He’s popular and well-adjusted, star of the school soccer team while she is lonely, proud, and intensely private. But when Connell comes to pick his mother up from her housekeeping job at Marianne’s house, a strange and indelible connection grows between the two teenagers—one they are determined to conceal.
A year later, they’re both studying at Trinity College in Dublin. Marianne has found her feet in a new social world while Connell hangs at the sidelines, shy and uncertain. Throughout their years in college, Marianne and Connell circle one another, straying toward other people and possibilities but always magnetically, irresistibly drawn back together. Then, as she veers into self-destruction and he begins to search for meaning elsewhere, each must confront how far they are willing to go to save the other.
Sally Rooney brings her brilliant psychological acuity and perfectly spare prose to a story that explores the subtleties of class, the electricity of first love, and the complex entanglements of family and friendship.
-- sourced from Goodreads
4 141 hour ago
Hello bookish friends! I get to go to the planetarium with the boys tonight for Cub Scouts. It's a pretty awesome experience.
Before I go I want to share Country Strong by @lindalaelmiller with you. Thus western romance is available now!
For men of Painted Pony Creek, it's never too late for a second chance... Cord Hollister is a true cowboy at heart. As a man who has devoted his life to training horses under the big skies of Montana, he thrives on the stability if ranch life. But when a girl arrives in Painted Pony Creek with a shocking secret, Cord's orderly life is upended. She's the spitting image of the first woman who broke his heart--a woman he hadn't seen in years--and hell do whatever he can to help her. He just cant do it alone... Shellie Fletcher left heartbreak where it belongs--in the past. And she's done everything she can to reinvent herself and move on. But when an opportunity arises to partner with a therapeutic riding program for kids, Shallie cant resist seeking out Cord for lessons. Back in school, he was the crush she couldn't forget, even though he o ly had eyes for her best friend. Seeing him now floods her with memories...and fills her with hope. Could the one who got away be the one who stays?
Hello everyone this week's Monday post is all about Pride and Prejudice.
I finally got around to reading Pride and Prejudice and I loved it! One of my favorite characters in this book, beside Eliza obviously, is Mrs. Bennet. One of my favorite scenes in the book was when Mrs. Bennet sent Jane to Mr. Bingley's on horseback, knowing there was a very good chance of rain, and Jane catching a cold, but staying the night at Mr. Bingley's wouldn't be so bad. Especially if it means the two grow closer. Which is exactly what happens. Mrs. Bennet clearly knows how to get things done.
If you would like to read my review of Pride and Prejudice check it out on my blog. If you haven't read the book and want to know what it's about check out my summary in the beginning of my post. To get to my blog click the link in my bio.
Qotd: what app do you use to edit your pictures?
I have always used and loved snapseed.. and my phone and IG edits as well
I am not sure how to start this...
1- this is my first book in this series, and j didn't feel like I missed so much, it was easy to start and understand the book.
2- espionage; my first ever book in this genre, I've read more police/detective related books, with crimes and mysteries, so this was something new, and I enjoyed it for the most part
3- the book had a good heavy plot, interconnected characters, and messy slightly realistic actions. 👎Cons:
1- it was a slow read, it could be me, but after I read a few more reviews I realized, it really is the book.
2- the same idea dragged on, and the action scenes though should have been exhilarating, somehow someway, it was not, it felt bland and flat, and not as it should be, and I don't know why!
3- we moved through different people, it got confusing at times, and the names used didn't make this any easier, I was lost more than once!
4- it ended with a plot twist that I missed because of how twisty it was and due to the confusion of names, characters and everything else.
5- what's worse, it ended with a cliffhanger, I hate that! I don't want to read another book, and I won't!
6- it took me way longer than it should have to finish, not only that, but I felt no connection, eagerness or need to pick the book up again to continue, even if I stopped at a supposedly "hot" scene.
I was hoping that I like that book to be honest, at first I thought and hoped it was promising, but I was frustrated!
What are some characters that you do/would ship together? ^
Maybe it’s because they spend so much time together, and we learn so much about them and how they interact, but I could ship almost everyone in the Harry Potter series with someone else😂 Specifically - I love Harry and Ginny, but when I was little and had only seen the movies, I wanted Harry to end up with Hermione! But now that I’ve read the books, I love Hermione and Ron! I also would love to have seen Neville and Luna be together, and I wouldn’t have minded if Viktor and Hermione properly happened. Some other ones that I also enjoy the idea of are Hermione and Fred, along with dean and Seamus (and maybe even a little Harry and Cedric)😉👍🏻 ^
Day 23 of #bookbelles - Match made in heaven | Characters you would ship together
Except for the theme of sisterly love, I believe the theme of Little Women to largely be about the girls learning to navigate in the world around them. Find their place and ether challenging their given roles and norms or learning how to rise within society for their own winning. 🌿
Learning to live in a patriarchy is like learning to navigate in a dark room full of furniture. You might be able to see the contours or parts of what is in the room but you constantly bump into things and hurt yourself because of your lack of vision. But after spending some time there you learn where everything stands and how to avoid clashing with the furniture. 🌿
People who have learned how to navigate in this dark room can get annoyed when someone els points out that they cannot see properly or question why the furniture is in the way. These people who have learn to play by the rules can easily feel like what they have achieved is now worth much less and in return they instead support the current structures that makes the people who spoke up feel vulgar and noisy for raising their voice and taking up space. 🌿
This is were Jo and Amy from Little Women comes in. Meg and Beth does not get noticed as much as their sisters. Their dreams fit in better with what is expected of them as women of their time. While all Jo wants is to break free from society's norms and Amy also has bigger ambitions she is just better at finding ways to play by the rules but still getting exactly what she wants. But both Jo and Amy makes people in their surroundings uncomfortable because of their ambitions. But Beth and Meg's dreams and aspirations are no less worthy than Jo and Amy's. Little Women manifests that everyone should be allowed to follow their own path and to respected, whether or not it fits into given norms or not.
Caitlin Doughty had me at describing shaving dead-guy Byron, replete with Barbasol, her first day on the job at a crematory. But this book is a helluva lot more than gallows humor to make you cry-cringe-laugh; there was a lot of (very much beating) heart in this read that comes through both in the relationships she builds with coworkers and her general worldview on death. An interesting examination of our relationship with death in our society and the funeral industry (and I mean Industry!), as well as a charming, albeit darkly so, memoir about someone forging a space for herself in a field that doesn’t necessarily share her perspective. For fans of Six Feet Under and the strange & unusual.
#unreadshelfproject2020 : February - Gifted to you (My mother in law knows me well)
1 312 hours ago
<> Trata sobre un chica de 19 años que vivía para cuidar a su hermana menor Mattie pero cuándo está aparece muerta , Sadie debera tomar la justicia con sus propias manos para encontrar al asesino de su hermana, es una historia desgarradora que te mostrara la realidades del maltrato infantil y la realidad de la vida de Sadie.
Está narrado en primera persona por Sadie y también en tercera persona, por west McCray que es el encargado de dirigir un programa de radio en donde buscará encontrar la verdad.
Es una historia que realmente vale la pena leer, sus personajes están tan bien estructurados, que es fácil de comprender su dolor y la situaciones por las que pasan, el canal de radio es una idea innovadora y creativa que logra que la lectura se amena. ¿lo han leído?¿les gusto?
This year my life is going to immersed in Shakespeare. It’s exciting and daunting, and so when I saw this book on sale I had to pick it up. I loved A History of the World in 100 Objects which my mum would play while cooking, so hopefully I’ll enjoy this one 😊 Another feature of my great-grandfathers watercolour board, a different one this time. •
• Do you enjoy reading about history? Fiction and/or non-fiction? I like both!
1 142 hours ago
BOOKS I THINK MY BOYFRIEND WOULD LOVE 📚
He doesn’t read at all but regularly listens (or pretends) to me talk about books and these are the books I think he would love! 📖
Książka "Żywica" ma przepiękną okładkę. Idealnie wprowadza w całą historię 😁. Chociaż nie powiem miałam z nią nie mały problem. Dziękuję za to @zysk_wydawnictwo 🤨.
Liv 9-letnia dziewczynka wraz z rodzicami mieszka na odizolowanej wyspie od reszty mieszkańców. Nie utrzymują z nimi kontaktu. Liv nie bawi się ze swoimi rówieśnikami, nie chodzi do szkoły. Wszystko czego się uczy bierze od swoich rodziców. Zwłaszcza od swojej mamy. Kompanem do zabaw jest jej zmarły brat bliźniak. Gdy ojciec zgłasza jej zaginięcie. Wszyscy zastanawiają się co tak naprawdę się wydarzyło.
Zdecydowanie jest to książka, którą można polubić bądź nie. Sam zarys historii jest dość nietypowy a nawet rzadko spotykany. To sprawia, że z ciekawością zabieramy się zaczytanie. Całkowita izolacja, obrona rodziny, skrajne metody wychowania córki. Na tym opiera się cała książka. Działania ojca czasami wręcz egoistyczne. Mogą wywoływać w nas wiele kontrowersji. Wszystko po to, by nie dopuszczać do siebie innych. W obawie o życie swojej córki. Mam wrażenie, że początek jak i zakończenie zostały potraktowanie pobieżnie. Tak jakby ich nie było. Wszystko opiera się na rozwinięciu, które nabiera tempa w połowie książki. Autorka pokazuje nam do jakich działań posuną się rodzice, by chronić swoją rodzinę. Często te działania mogą spotkać się z krytyką. Nie ważne. Tylko czy faktycznie jest się czego bać. Były momenty zatrważające. Zwłaszcza na początku, gdy dochodzi do zabójstwa babci. Liv, która prowadzi narrację. Wprowadza nas do swojego świata na krótką chwilę. Wzbudzając przy tym wiele emocji. Czasami skrajnych. Niesamowite ile może wytrzymać dziecko. Zwłaszcza wtedy, gdy uważa wszystko za słuszne. Sam motyw żywicy został bardzo dobrze przedstawiony.
Patrząc na całokształt książka jest dobra. Sama okładka nawiązuje do klimatu jaki panuje w środku. Tak jak wcześniej pisałam albo ją polubimy albo nie. Zachęcam byście sami po nią sięgnęli i postawili się po jednej ze stron. #bookstagrampl#bookstagram#żywica#zywica#książka#ksiazka#aneriel#zyskiska#wydawnictwozyskiska#thrillerlovers#thrillerpsychologiczny#ksiazkoholizm#książkoweklimaty#polskibookstagram#flatlay#flatlapolska#bookflatlay
2 662 hours ago
The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis - 1891 Fifth Edition.
1 82 hours ago
Hey lovelies! It’s my stop on the amazing @darkroomtours of the Twin by @authornatashapreston@prhinternational 😍 thank you so much for sending me a copy to review! I couldn’t do my normal style of photo as it only arrived today however the publishers kindly sent an ebook to read and review before it arrived.
In this twisty psychological thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of THE CELLAR, Ivy finds out that her twin sister, Iris, is trying to push her out of her own life–and might be responsible for their mother’s death.
After their parents divorced, 10-year-old twins Ivy and Iris were split up–Ivy lived with Dad, Iris with Mom. Now, after a tragic accident takes their mom’s life, the twins are reunited and Iris moves in with Ivy and their dad. Devastated over Mom’s death, Iris spends the first few weeks in almost total silence–the only person she will speak to is Ivy. Iris feels her life is over and she doesn’t know what to do. Ivy promises her twin that she can share her life now. After all, they’re sisters. Twins.
It’s a promise that Iris takes seriously. And before long, Ivy’s friends, her life at school, and her boyfriend, Tyler, fall under Iris’s spell. Slowly, Ivy realizes she’s being pushed out of her own life. But she’s just being paranoid, right? And Mom’s accident was . . . just an accident. Right? It’s not like she–or Dad–or Tyler–are in any danger. . . .
If you are looking for a dark twisty YA thriller then look no further! This book is a gripping and engaging read. I found it a tad slow in places however I was gripped from the beginning and needed to find out what happens. Iris is so creepy and you are on tenter-hooks waiting to see what she’ll do! I would definitely recommend if you are looking for a YA thriller. .
Hi @bookish_stitch ! I'm Maddy from Manchester, England and a girl who loves absolutely anything to do with books!
It's my escapism, I love getting lost in a new world✨But when I'm not reading, I'm studying or on bookstagram! If only there was more time to read in the world haha ♥️
But my love for reading led me into creating my very own blog where I share my thoughts and express my bookish love through reviews and many book recommendations!
Some of my favourite fandoms are Six of crows, a curse so dark and lonely, HP of course! I think you can tell that my favourite genre is fantasy haha!
I'd like to say I try and make my feed look creative and different! Either having stories filled with unboxings, bookish rants and maybe the odd meme! But really I've created my own internet bubble, where bookworms alike me come together to talk about what's new in the bookstagram community!
By becoming a rep, I hope I'm able to spread my creativity so that more people know about your shop! Booksleeves are my favourite bookish merch and yours are so cute!
I'm so passionate when it comes to having your voice heard and your shop definitely deserves to be heard!
I post one blog post a week and usually every day here on Instagram and I'm always engaging with my followers! I think it's so important too after all they got me where I am! Supporting a small brand like yours would be an honour and you can be sure I'll be so enthusiastic, always giving 100%!
But I want to thank you for this incredible opportunity! Fingers crossed 🤞🏽 that you will consider me to be your rep! And thank you for taking the time to read my entry!
Good luck to everyone else entering 💞📚
when serial killer fiction disappoints, just go for nonfiction instead. 😉
“lady killers” has been patiently waiting for my attention & now it has it. i’ve been so disappointed lately with the thrillers i’ve read & i have little faith in recommendations anymore 🤣 i am; however, still open to hearing any suggestions you may have.
what is the last nonfiction book you read?
I'm FINALLY reading Heart of the Curiosity by @burkesdragons. I've been meaning to for ages, but the #FellowshipOfFantasy book club gave me a good reason to finally jump on it this month. So far I'm loving it, and I can't wait to see where it goes!
Hola! Cómo están? Hoy les traigo una nueva recomendación de la sección #UnBookstagrammerYUnLibro 💕...
Meli de @wordsfeatherblog les recomienda “Heima es hogar en islandés” de Laia Soler...
¡Hola seguidores de Jesi! Soy Meli de @wordsfeatherblog y un libro que, siempre que tengo la oportunidad, recomiendo es "Heima es hogar en islandés"de Laia Soler. Lo leí allá por enero de 2016 y si tuviera que definirlo con una sola palabra, ésta definitivamente sería "sorpresa" (si me piden dos, agregaría "magia")...
Como muchas veces suelo hacer, empecé esta historia sin saber absolutamente nada sobre ella. Por el título, intuía que Islandia tenía algo que ver, y eso solo ya fue suficiente para que llamara mi atención. Significaba que había un viaje de por medio, y además a un destino sobre el que nunca antes había leído...
Lo impactante fue que, a pesar de que durante las primeras páginas me pareció bastante predecible para un libro de viajes (no que no me gustara, siempre caigo por ese tipo de tramas), a medida que avanzaba en la lectura, me encontré con situaciones que no esperaba en lo más mínimo y que me llenaron el corazón de una calidez inolvidable...
Se los digo en serio. Nada de lo que parece esta novela es realmente lo que es, y por eso la recomiendo. Llena de personajes entrañables, les prometo que no los va a dejar indiferentes, solo hay que superar los prejuicios del comienzo y dejarse sorprender...
Lo han leído? También lo recomiendan? ♥️👀
4 893 hours ago
It's like...seventy today. The oak tree outside my apartment is budding out. 😭 Spring is basically here and I never got a proper winter.
Guess it's time to stock up on snowy reads again, since there's no real snow headed my way! 😅
1 183 hours ago
I’m moving and all my books are in boxes so I’m finally getting to the plethora of books I have on my #Kindle .
Finished this gem today. I’ll be honest. It didn’t capture my attention immediately. I put it down and almost didn’t pick it back up, but oh am I glad I did.
THE BOOK WOMAN OF TROUBLESOME CREEK is a love story. In the classic sense, but also in many other ways. It’s a love story about perseverance and endurance and overcoming persecution. It’s a love story about the power of books and the healing medicine of reading.
I fell in love with Cussy Mary and the book’s colorful cast of Kentuckians.
It might have taken a bit for this book to get in to my heart and under my skin...but oh did it ever. 💛
⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ #booksharks
Q. Do you have a favourite mug?
What's it like?
I love mugs. It seems silly but it's true! They're one of my favourite things to get in a bookbox. (This one is a random one we got from Starbucks and it's so cute!)
I'm building an impressive bookish mug collection, a few Harry Potter ones but I've also got the beautiful camping style mugs from bookboxes. Almost a full set!
-Shadowhunters mug from the July 2019 Fairyloot box. -Darkdawn, ACOMAF, ADSOM, Cruel Prince all from Illumicrate boxes. .
Book review: Romanov by Nadine Brandes
I actually read Romanov last year but never got round to posting a review.
I was very familiar with the Romanov story before I started this book and unfortunately was quite bored waiting for 'the event' to happen, which I had assumed would be at the beginning but was actually 2/3 the way in. Before that you just read about the family being trapped in a house, over and over.
After that though, it did pick up. However the story then seemed to go too far, the things that happened were really ridiculous. This was also mixed with quite a few historical inaccuracies (I won't bore you but listed in my full goodreads review), bland characters and a forgettable romance. .
I liked the addition of magic to the storyline, it fits with the rumours regarding Rasputin and how else was anyone supposed to survive the execution? But it wasn't that developed.
Overall it wasn’t an awful read, but I didn’t love it. For a Historical fiction it lacked accuracy, for a fantasy book it was very slow.
. #mugmonday #loveandotherbooks #readingadventuresfeb20 #moonbooksfeb20
Medical mysteries in the GP’s waiting room... this was a goodie! 💊🦠 I enjoy a medical doctor-y book even though I’m terribly squeamish in real life! 🚑🧬Any fabulous non-fiction you’ve been reading lately? 😊
6 334 hours ago
QOTD: YA or adult? Why?⠀
I am still drawn to YA. Often, I just find adult books difficult to get into. I enjoy the diversity in YA, the dynamics, the coming of age aspect. 🤷🏽♀️ I cant quite put my finger on it, but when it comes to YA books, I often can’t put them down. Adult books take me longer to read not because they’re harder, but because I have no problem putting most of them down.⠀
1 374 hours ago
Horse-Shoe Robinson, A Tale of the Tory Ascendency, John P. Kennedy 1835(?)
Wydaje się, jakby Björnsdóttir tą powieścią chciała odpowiedzieć na pytanie: kto jest szczęśliwszy? Ten, dla którego literatura to tylko pojęcie, czy ten, dla którego literatura jest powietrzem? Odpowiedź, jaka Wam się nasuwa, wcale nie jest taka oczywista. I to właśnie o tym jest "Święte słowo". Między innymi.
Recenzję znajdziecie na www.spadlomizregala.pl.
King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table Book Vintage 1950 Illustrated
1 124 hours ago
Happy Mon(ster)day everyone! How was your day? You survived Monday, right?
What's your currently reading?
I'm #currentlyreading To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Akhirnya, setelah sekian lama ngga kepincut, akhirnya dicheckout juga dari keranjang belanja. I watched the movie and so far there isn't too much difference. And Lara Jean really captivated my heart! Her style, oh my God. Pengen dress up macam dia dan kelihatan bagoos 😭
PS: Sebenarnya saya agak menyesal ngga melepas book jacketnya di foto ini, ditambah dengan backlight, waktu pengambilan foto yang ngga pas, dan lain-lain. Tapi ya itu, Lana di sini imut banget 😭 sempat dilema antara mau dilepas book jacketnya atau engga 😭 I wish I had kamera yang lebih bagooos (tipe-tipe manusia susah bersyukur nih)
PSS: Pardon my too much-using-"😭"-emoji. I've been on twitter quite sometimes and this one is considered a universal emoji there. It becomes my habit, I guess.
PSSS: Nope, I haven't finished this book. I plan to finish it this weekend. Wish me luck!
4 4812 hours ago
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How do you review a book so deeply uncomfortable yet unputdownable?
My Dark Vanessa left me heartbroken, frustrated and shaken! It tells the story of Vanessa Wye, who was 15 when she was groomed and raped by her English teacher Jacob Strane (42). 17 years later, the teacher is accused by another student whose story sends her crawling back to her devastating past.
Told from Vanessa’s POV, it shifts between alternating sequences from present 2017 to when it all started in 2000, we live through her the countless times she feels in a dilemma about the truth of their relationship, not willing to accept it as abuse but knowing the reality throughout. Of course her perceptions about the abuse changes through the course of years, and her struggle to come to terms with it, how it leaves her scarred is so well written.
For a subject so complex, the author has managed to encapsulate how this kind of an abuse starts, the predator manipulating the young mind, romanticising the abuse and not letting the victim think otherwise. There was always a feeling through Vanessa’s words about how she desperately “wanted” not to be labelled as a victim but for the whole thing to come out as a love story, a moral conflict where she doesn’t justify Strane’s actions but does enough to make you hate him.
With that being said, My Dark Vanessa is a truly devastating yet an important read, capable of making you shut the book for hours and still reaching out for it!
I give this one ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 and recommend it with trigger warnings of descriptive sexual assault scenes.
Thank you @harpercollinsin for sending me an ARC!
- Apurva #frenchflapsreviews20#mydarkvanessa#kateelizabethrussell#bookreview#bookreviewer#bookrecommendation#unitedbookstagram#epicreads#culturetripbooks#bookish#bookblogger#onthetable#studygram#booksofinstagram#readingtime#cupsinframe#booksandcoffee#eveningcoffee#booklover#lovebooks#coffeetime#mybookfeatures#bookstagramindia#bookishfeatures#bookcommunity#bookflatlay#readingtime
“the whisper man” by alex north
⭐️⭐️⭐️ / 5
this psychological thriller/horror started off very promising... then it settled into a somewhat suspenseful story with mostly drab characters.
i actually had to sleep on it before reviewing it so i could collect my thoughts.
the technique is interesting. it’s written from the perspective of multiple characters, with only one character written in first person. i had to assume this is the main character, & he is probably the one i like best.
i think there is a nice sort of symmetry to these characters—they are all connected & they are all struggling emotionally in a similar fashion.
the issue is that they are all one-note & flat.
flat. flat. flat.
there are all of these self-deprecating men with daddy issues & wives who have left them or have died.
there are literally three main female characters: one deceased before the story even starts; one boring & useless romantic interest; & one stereotypical police officer trying to keep a grip on her emotions. *rolls eyes*
they all lack physical description, except for the antagonists. i honestly don’t even know what the main characters look like.
it has a spooky concept & it’s definitely a page-turner with good pacing. that alone earned it the third star.
because other than that, it’s full of bad cop show dialogue, there is no real character arc or differentiation between the characters, & the twists land softly & are predictable...but still interesting?
it’s nothing remarkable, but still recommendable.
𝚆𝚑𝚊𝚝’𝚜 𝙰𝙻𝚆𝙰𝚈𝚂 𝚘𝚗 𝚢𝚘𝚞𝚛 𝚃𝙱𝚁 𝚝𝚑𝚊𝚝 𝚢𝚘𝚞 𝚗𝚎𝚟𝚎𝚛 𝚐𝚎𝚝 𝚝𝚘?
I honestly don’t even want to admit this but The Hobbit + all of the LOTR books have been sitting on my TBR list for years now and I haven’t even attempted the LOTR books. I’ve read a good portion of the hobbit, but if I put it down for too long I feel like I have to restart it, and that task is daunting! If you have read LOTR or The Hobbit, was it hard to get in to?? Or am I just hopeless? .
sending love + happy reading 🤍🌿
“the whisper man” is immediately captivating & eerie.
i will definitely be binge-reading this tonight. i may even keep the main lights off for an extra spooky atmosphere. 😈
we’ve also been watching “dracula” on netflix & with just one episode left, i am pleasantly surprised by how much i am enjoying it.
what are you reading or watching tonight?
86 1,24220 February, 2020
Well, I’m officially in a reading slump, and I will drink all the coffee this weekend if it helps me finish one of the four books I’m trudging through at the moment. 😂
What are you reading this weekend?
This collection is on my blog! Go to the link in my bio for ISBNs.