Credit to from @aa2liiinee (@get_regrann ) - FLOWER POWER
J'ai été complètement enchanté par ce bouquin, par ces six femmes singulières qui ont en commun d'acheter des fleurs et dont on va partager les interrogations, les doutes, leurs moments de
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Ti is szoktatok egyszerre több könyvet olvasni?
Engem olyannyira beszippantottak ezek a remek nyári regények, hogy úgy döntöttem, nem döntök, és párhuzamosan teszem őket magamévá. Kimberley Freeman Csillagok az óceán felett szerzeménye /Athenaeum/
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Sixth book of #2019 - 'Break Point' by James Patterson 4.5/5
This is the first Bookshot and James Patterson book I have read and I loved it. I read it in two sittings and enjoyed the fast paced and engaging story.
Despite the fact this was such a
Not really my habit anymore to post during the weekend, but I just had to share this pic! I’m having a lazy Sunday reading The Girls of Pearl Harbor, but this cutie keeps interrupting me to get pet I’m not really a cat person, be she is just the pr
J'ai été complètement enchanté par ce bouquin, par ces six femmes singulières qui ont en commun d'acheter des fleurs et dont on va partager les interrogations, les doutes, leurs moments de vie ...
Touchante, romantique, honnête L
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🇬🇧 Hello everybody! Do you guys ever read short stories? I must admit that I hardly do, but I really did enjoy these short summer romances.️ I loved that they were all very different and ofcourse I preferred some over others, but the majority o
🇫🇷 J’aime la temporalité paradoxale de l’été: le rythme ralenti, alourdi par la fatigue & la chaleur, & pourtant les semaines passent si vite! En vacances depuis à peine 10 jours: je vole quelques heures de lecture au soleil en laissant les heures de
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Just back from a big family holiday to Inca in Mallorca at the beautiful Eden Son Frare Villa (13 of us!) to celebrate some big birthdays. Lots of fun and hilarious times, not least the lilo races and I also got deeply absorbed into another fave auth
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SELLSSEASHELLS by MaraMer
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On Black Sister's Street by Chika Unigwe
Dreams from the Endz by Faiza Guéne
Pigeon English by Ste
Lecture du week-end. Très beau récit de #richardford qui convoque ses souvenirs pour dessiner la vie avant lui de ses parents, leur influence sur sa vie, la vie de veuve de sa mère pendant 20 ans. Le livre est écrit en deux parties, la première consa
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Book Review (for now) - The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick
Have you ever had an "it's not you, it's me" relationship with a book? With Hugo Cabret and I, the problem must be with me because there's certainly nothing wrong with the book
Team stare książki czy nowe? Mi jakoś trudno się określić 🤷️. Z jednej strony mam antyczne wręcz wydania niektórych książek (jak powieści Musierowicz z lat 70.) i jestem do nich tak przywiązana sentymentalnie, że nie wyobrażam sobie mieć ich nowych
had such a hard time editing these since i didn’t want it to look too warm/yellow. i didn’t like how they all came out, but i also didn’t want to waste these photos, so here you go! here’s all three of ‘em
the book of broken hearts was another real
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If you’re looking for your next unputdownable summer thriller @booksparks check out #thedaughterinlaw .
With book club questions too!!! .
I’m available to discuss with readers once you’ve finished the book so give me a shout and we’ll chat about Dai
Happy #shelfiesunday !
It has been an utter delight to be reunited with my holiday home bookshelves in Denmark ️ A perfect mix of classics and contemporaries, fiction and nonfiction, read and unread books I look forward to seeing them all again at Ch
Have you ever had one of those days that you wanted to do absolutely nothing? Yes, it's pure bliss, especially with a book. That's why today at MM, we're spotlighting "Dear Daughters" by @susiedavis of @acfellowship. Read along with us by grabbing a
I just added Joe Biden’s Promise Me, Dad, to my #knowyourcandidate2020 challenge. This book took me into the life of The Biden’s. It was interesting to learn about the family dynamic and how close knit they were. I was surprised when Biden shared his
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I love this genre of domestic suspense novel because while it keeps you guessing and is full of tension, twists and turns... it’s also plausible because the characters are regular folk. Families and friends instead of professionals like detectives o
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When I reviewed The Swallows by Lisa Lutz for Booktrib I thought, yet again, about how one cannot forget what male supremacy does to females. Lutz's novel takes place at a fictive boarding school where the girl students are subjected to cruel treatme
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How’s everyone spending their Saturday night? Out with friends (while you can go without a chaperon)? Dancing at the club (before they are shut down)? Reading Handmaid’s Tale (before it’s banned)? As for me, I’m listening. Blessed be the fruit. .
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GRAPHIC NOVEL PERSEPOLIS “In life you'll meet a lot of jerks. If they hurt you, tell yourself that it's because they're stupid. That will help keep you from reacting to their cruelty. Because there is nothing worse than bitterness and vengeance... Al
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Way behind on posting my summer reads, so my Instagram might go into overdrive the next week or so. I dragged out my HP re-read a bit because I was enjoying it so much, but now it's done and the books are back in the overpriced chest from Barnes & No
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There's no time for tears,
I'm just sitting here
Planning my revenge
If you’re looking for a good, fun summer read in these last couple weeks pick up the Broken Hearts & Revenge books. I actually did the opposite and read them at the very beginning
Artemis by Andy Weir
I don’t know about y’all, but I love some realism with my science fiction. The Martian oozed realism, and that’s what drew me to another of Weir’s books. Artemis was a little bit different though... not necessarily in a bad way,
Saturdays are for family . Today I had a girls day with my sister, cousin and aunt. It was nice to get out and spend time with them away from the men that out number me daily. But I have to say coming home to them is always amazing.
Logan has b
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#summersendbookchallenge day 17! Setting envy
I absolutely loved everything about this book but I was obsessed with the location. I’ve never been to Hawaii but I’ve always wanted to go to Maui and this book made me wish I was there every second
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The social media detox was needed SO badly. Addiction is real ya'll!
I read 15 books since I unplugged. I have a lot to share with you. Some were great, some okay and a few doozies too.
Remember I mentioned I lost a book I was reading
|We Are Displaced|~From her own home in the Swat Valley to other accounts of refugee girls who share their own stories of strength and resilience. I am once again in awe and inspired by @malala . No words can give this book or this woman justice. ️He
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Started my day earlier with my favorite Starbucks refreshment, a chai tea latte with almond milk and extra chai, and my favorite mystery series, @louisepennyauthor ‘s Three Pines series and Chief Inspector Gamache. I’m almost finished with this one.
The last of my summer reads included some notable ones. I’d have to say my greatest pleasure was found in reading Art of the Commonplace. This book is a compilation of agrarian essays. I’ve grown to love the prose of Wendell Berry. When I read his wo
On the way for a swim in the bay, I put a copy of The Last Book Party in the little free library at Corn Hill beach, with a note on the title page asking whoever reads it to sign and date it and return the book to another of Truro’s little free libra
Liane Moriarty had me hooked from the second I opened ‘Big Little Lies’ a few years ago while traveling to Germany. I had purchased the book on a whim in the Atlanta airport and couldn’t put it down. So I only found it natural to pick up ‘Truly Madly
Just finished this one, and I loved it so much even if I did start to get majorly frustrated with the main character towards the end. As someone whose favorite movie is You’ve Got Mail, I had never choice but to read this. #tomhanks#youvegotmail#ke
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For any of you that have read this book, you might get the Happy Chef reference in the background! Kitchens of the Great Midwest was a really nostalgic book for me since I grew up in Minnesota. It had so many great references to the state and it was
An amazing event today at @mcibooks today with these two fantastic authors! I’ve already had the privilege to read @sscav TH1RT3EN and just bought The Chain today and absolutely cannot wait to dig in have you read either of these? What did you thin
This summer’s beach read: “The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George.
A very good summer read about Frenchman Jean Perdu, the literary apothecary, who runs a bookstore on a restored barge on the Seine.
I was craving a good biography and my buddy read with the lovely Ash @mydarlingbookshelf and the gang gang couldn’t have arrived at a better time. I’ve only read a quarter of Three Women but so far it’s pretty darn thought provoking and hard to put d
“Deep blue, and black, the Isthmus is in my memory; blue sky above, with seldom a cloud to break it; and always on the right, black plunging rocks with their feet in a blue sea. The pink dusty road before us, the scrub and the dark pines, lay always
“In the wind, the trees, like agitated lions preparing to roar, shook their great green manes.” Dean Koontz
It an interesting read with a number of strange and disturbing scenes. Overall, the ending makes the story