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All Grown Up
All Grown Up | Jami Attenberg
From theNew York Timesbest-selling author ofThe Middlesteinscomes a wickedly funny novel about a thirty-nine-year-old single, childfree woman who defies convention as she seeks connection. Who is Andrea Bern? When her therapist asks the question, Andrea knows the right things to say: she s a designer, a friend, a daughter, a sister. But it s what she leaves unsaid she s alone, a drinker, a former artist, a shrieker in bed, captain of the sinking ship that is her flesh that feels the most true. Everyone around her seems to have an entirely different idea of what it means to be an adult: her best friend, Indigo, is getting married; her brother who miraculously seems unscathed by their shared tumultuous childhood and sister-in-law are having a hoped-for baby; and her friend Matthew continues to wholly devote himself to making dark paintings at the cost of being flat broke.But when Andrea s niece finally arrives, born with a heartbreaking ailment, the Bern family is forced to reexamine what really matters. Will this drive them together or tear them apart? Told in gut-wrenchingly honest, mordantly comic vignettes, All Grown Up is a breathtaking display of Jami Attenberg s power as a storyteller, a whip-smart examination of one woman s life, lived entirely on her own terms."
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Reggie
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I feel like this was as if Miranda from SATC never met Steve and chose to remain single and childless. And that was great with her. We follow Andrea, 40, in NYC as she navigates all the judgement being thrown at her for choosing to be single and childless. This was a hard look at life in general and how we all get to a place we never thought we‘d be at. The good and the bad. I really enjoyed this book.

youneverarrived Good to see you back 😁 1mo
Reggie @youneverarrived Thank you!! 1mo
Crazeedi Havent seen you around in a while!! 1mo
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BooknerdsLife 👍🏼👍🏼 1mo
Reggie @Crazeedi I was burnt out on a lot of things and took a 2 week vacation from work and just rested. But now I‘m back!! 1mo
Crazeedi @Reggie that's a good thing! We have to recharge batteries once in a while. Glad you got to just chill and breathe!💗 1mo
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LaurenReads
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Mehso-so

I alternately loved and was so annoyed by Andrea in this novel. I enjoyed how it was told in vignettes.

Megabooks Totally agree! 1mo
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Verity
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Mehso-so

I can see that this is clever and well written but I actually hated the main character and her actions. So not for me. Glad I borrowed it from the library rather that buying it!

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MallenNC
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Novelist Jami Attenberg lives in #NewOrleans now, so I thought of her for today‘s #LetsTravelJuly prompt. Here are a few of her books and a pic of her with her dog, Sid, the best dog in American literature!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚🙌🏻 2mo
OriginalCyn620 Awesome! 😊❤️ 2mo
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Megabooks
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I follow Jami on Twitter, and she tweeted that All Grown Up was on sale on Amazon for $2.99. (Buy it! It‘s worth it!)

Anyway, I have a paper BOTM copy, but it‘s in storage. I looked for an e-copy at the library, and this is what came up in the search! 🤔🤔

I actually could‘ve used the other book a few jobs ago! 😂😂😂

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MeganLindell
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ • I really enjoyed this book! As a single woman in my 30s, I definitely related to some of it, especially the parts about friendships. A quick and satisfying read.

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JennyM
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#MusicalNewYear #WhenIGrowUp

I really enjoyed this snarky comedy about a 30-something, single, child free woman adulting her way.

Cinfhen Loved this book...I gave it 5 stars!!! I must have been feeling very generous 🤩🤩🤩 7mo
vivastory I've been meaning to read this. I love Saint Mazie & Middlesteins 7mo
JennyM @vivastory hope you enjoy when you get to it. 7mo
Cinfhen Exactly!!!!! Sometimes I surprise myself!!! 7mo
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Megabooks
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Pickpick

I like this book more every time I read it. It‘s about how being grown up can be f***** up. Are you a grown up? What makes you one? Is the line age, maturity, accomplishments?

I guess I can relate to the MC because I am near forty, unmarried, and child-free by choice.

The book is non-linear, so if that‘s not your bag, then skip it. 4⭐️

Merry Christmas! 🎄🎁🎉🎅🏼 #merrychristmas

#MonthofRereads #BOTMchallenge flashback

Megabooks PS I would totally still jump on the bed if I could! 8mo
Naj You're living my dream life! Hope I'm the same when I get to forty. Merry Christmas 💚💕🎄 8mo
Kaye Nothing wrong with choosing to never have kids. I have 3 cousins who all chose not to have kids. They‘re all very happy and they live very content lives. They all knew they never wanted them , and don‘t seem to have regrets. 8mo
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Megabooks @Naj Thanks! I hope you‘re happy wherever life has taken you by forty! Merry Christmas 🎄🍾💜 8mo
Megabooks @kaye Nope! None of my first cousins have kids in a strange twist of coincidence. We‘re all almost out of child-bearing years, so it‘s kind of sad, but we all made the right choice for us and it happened to the same one. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 8mo
Kaye As long as you did what made you happy. That‘s most important. I‘m sure you have other relatives that kept the gene pool going. I‘ve got so many cousins, I can‘t count that high, so if a few chose to pass on having a family, it didn‘t hurt the numbers any. 😉 8mo
JenReadsAlot You are talking about me 😆 I'm very happy with those choices as well! 8mo
Amiable I have a number of young friends who choose to be child-free. They sometimes feel pressured by well-meaning folks to rethink their decision. I always tell them, raising kids is hard enough when you want them--definitely don't do it if you don't! Everyone should be able to make the decision that's right for them. 8mo
REPollock I loved this book! I‘m also an empathized with the protagonist. I rarely find someone at the center of a novel who has made my same life choices. 8mo
Megabooks @kaye We have many second cousins and their kids, so the gene pool is probably ok! 8mo
Megabooks @JenReadsAlot Yay! It‘s so wonderful when you find someone you have something in common with! 😁👍🏻 8mo
Megabooks @Amiable Yes! And I enjoy friends‘ children near and far. I know my parents would‘ve liked grandchildren, but I‘m fortunate they never pressured me. 8mo
Megabooks @REPollock Yes, so many books focus on couples or marriages, and I can only take so much of that! It‘s great when we can see ourselves in books. 8mo
JenReadsAlot Agreed!! 8mo
Dragon Merry Christmas 🎄! 💚🐉 8mo
Reviewsbylola I expected to love this one and didn‘t. I think it was the way it jumped around—I found it hard to connect. I hope you had an amazing Christmas! 🥰 8mo
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I like nonlinear books, but I‘ve that‘s why I put the disclaimer on. I get it, though. I hope your Christmas was super fun and not too exhausting! 🎄🎅🏼🎁 8mo
Megabooks @Dragon Merry Christmas to you! 🎄🎅🏼 8mo
emilyhaldi Loved this one ❣️❣️❣️ 8mo
Megabooks @emilyhaldi 😁💜😁 I hope you had a great Christmas in your new house! 🎄🎁🎅🏼 8mo
Redwritinghood Merry Christmas!🎄🎁 8mo
Daisey Merry Christmas! 🎄 8mo
Megabooks @Redwritinghood Merry Christmas to you as well! 🎅🏼🎁 (edited) 8mo
Megabooks @Daisey Merry Christmas to you too! 🎁🎄 8mo
REPollock I especially liked how nonplussed and unimpressed she was by her friend‘s baby. 😂 8mo
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mauveandrosysky
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Pickpick

I‘m pleased to report that this book was nothing like I expected it to be. (Yes, I judged it by its cover.) It‘s so much darker and sadder and heavier than it appears, dealing with topics like rape culture, drug addiction, sexual abuse and terminally ill children. Attenberg‘s writing is sharp, witty, honest and darkly funny. I loved being inside the main character‘s head as she navigates friendship, family, work, life and death.

Notafraidofwords I‘m glad to be right lol 8mo
mauveandrosysky @Notafraidofwords the marketing for this book is really unfortunate 8mo
Notafraidofwords @mauveandrosysky the marketing probably perceives it as more appealing with all the colors and what not. 8mo
BooksForEmpathy I loved it a lot. And, the author is very humble and cool and funny and I could have listened to her go on and on about really anything when I saw her book talk! 8mo
mauveandrosysky @BooksForEmpathy that doesn‘t surprise me! I just started following her on Twitter and she‘s great over there. 8mo
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cathysaid
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Mehso-so

One woman‘s observations on life, family, and relationships. Living in NYC, the narrator, while trying to assure us she is fine being single and forty, contradicts herself at every turn. At times I found her acerbic wit entertaining but at others, I found it downright depressing. Amusing quick read, but I don‘t feel like I ever engaged with the characters. However, it made the Tournament of Books Long List, so perhaps I‘m missing something. 🤷‍♀️

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cathysaid
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Bookzombie 💕🐶 9mo
squirrelbrain 🤣🤣 9mo
KarenUK 😍🐶💕 9mo
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cathysaid
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I‘m waffling back and forth between enjoying this book and finding it incredibly depressing. Anyone else react to this book in such a way?

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janeycanuck
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Pickpick

I have no idea why but for some reason I thought this was a light-hearted comedy? But yeah, I was mistaken on that. I was pleasantly surprised - I liked how the timeline flipped around with little references to vignettes that came up later in the book.

Bklover The cover makes me think comedy too! 9mo
janeycanuck @Bklover oh, good - I‘m glad I‘m not the only one! 9mo
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parttimedomestic
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1. Tagged!
2. Total silence for print, for whatever reason I‘m able to tune out background noise better when I‘m reading an ebook. 🤷🏼‍♀️
3. I had to look it up, tiger. 🐅
4. Nope.
#sundaysurvey

alisonrose Thanks for playing! 10mo
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thegreensofa
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Reading this, but wishing I wasn‘t. Yet I will finish it to the end..😬. The problems of a completionist!! 🤪

DivineDiana I‘m cut from the same cloth! 😉 11mo
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n.reads
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Panpan

I almost lost interest halfway..

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Totally agree!! 12mo
n.reads @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Right?! Like.. it's okay if it's not relatable but the whole negativity vibe thing is not working for me 😅 12mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @n.reads I finished it, but I have no idea why 😩🤦🏼‍♀️ 12mo
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n.reads @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks That makes the 2 of us! 😂 12mo
Readage I didn‘t like this book either 👎🏼 12mo
n.reads @Readage I was struggling! Truly a negative vibe book. 😣 12mo
Readage @n.reads Completely 😣 12mo
n.reads @Readage Cheers to better books! 12mo
Readage @n.reads Yes!! 11mo
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tholmz
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Pickpick

I was surprised at how much I loved this. Disturbed and a little annoyed at how often I related to Andrea. (Big, big differences but a lot of little things are the same.) A quick read, an emotional read, and a really apt look at families.

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raeintheworld
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Pickpick

This book. I would like to give this book to every man who ever claimed to want to understand women and what we go through. There‘s a fundamental truth in these pages.

Cinfhen I loved this book!! 12mo
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raeintheworld
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Escaping to the patio to read this beauty.

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AshleyS
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I‘m just getting back in to the readathon right now. I slept until 7:30, then went for a group hike and ran errands but I did listen to a book while in my car. I‘m starting up again at just over four hours read. #readathon #reversereadathon #deweysjuly

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AshleyS
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Finished Force of Nature and going to start book two of the readathon. Chosen because it‘s short and because I love Jami Attenberg. #reversereadathon #readathon #julydeweys

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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Pickpick

I have no idea how to put into words why I loved this book so much. Andrea is, for the most part, an unlikeable character. But she's been dealt a tough hand in life and something about these moments shook me.

Redwritinghood I had a similar reaction. I really liked it, but hard to put into words why. 13mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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On Sunday there's lasagna. ❤️

SilversReviews Looks delish. 13mo
BooksForEmpathy Yummmm 😋!! 13mo
Ashley85 One of my favorites! 13mo
sprainedbrain Yummmmmm 13mo
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Skeebies05
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Jami has organized a writing challenge over on twitter: To write 1000 words per day for two weeks. It is mostly for accountability reasons - there aren‘t any prizes. It starts tomorrow. I have my new supplies and my Pinterest inspiration all ready to go!! #1000wordsofsummer

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trazo
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Day 2: All Grown Up #4newfavesin4days I want to tag @RebelReader if you haven‘t already been tagged

Cinfhen I really liked this book! It packed a lot in so few pages 1y
trazo @Cinfhen I agree. While reading I self reflected a lot. It really stuck with me. 1y
KateFulfordAuthor If you like laugh-out-loud dialogue, a fast & twisty plot + strong female narrative, may I recommend my debut novel to you? Links to reviews and more are in my bio. With thanks, Kate. 1y
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UrsulaMonarch
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Mehso-so

I dunno, this book has great characters and interesting developments and it's well written and I have no idea why it didn't really land for me.

BarbaraBB It felt the same for me and I forgot about it completely after finishing it! 1y
UrsulaMonarch @BarbaraBB interesting! Not really sure why it was like that!! 1y
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Callemarie
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Pickpick

I really loved this book. I could relate a lot to Andrea about 90% of the time even though 10% of it I thought she was an awful human being. I loved the depiction of a girl who doesn‘t want children, has no idea what she wants jn a partner, and the only passion she has for something, she essentially has a love hate relationship for.

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LubicaP
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Pickpick

While this isn't as funny as the marketing would want you to believe, it's very sharply observed. I read it one sitting and found some sections quite moving.

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Christine
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Pickpick

I found this perfectly okay. I did not find the MC the easiest to love, but I liked her voice, and I was fine with the all-over-the-place vignettes style. Having just recently read Jami Attenberg for the first time via Saint Mazie, I can say that (between that book and this one) I certainly enjoy how she writes, so I‘m glad for that discovery. :)

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Beck9lol
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I‘m really enjoying these two so far. Two main characters trying to figure out life and find their own ways. I can always relate. Of course they are cracking me up with their mishaps and insights. Very much worth the lack of sleep.

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mrozzz
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WAAAHH. That was a fun group! To celebrate the paperback launch of Jami Attenberg‘s All Grown Up, Books Are Magic also brought in Rumaan Alam (Rich & Pretty; That Kind of Mother, forthcoming), Mary HK Choi (Oh, Never Mind; Emergency Contact, forthcoming), and Maeve Higgins (We Have a Good Time Don‘t We?; Maeve in America, forthcoming) to each contribute their 2 cents on how it feels to be an adult or if they‘re still growing up. 😂

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Librarybelle
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Have not read this yet, but I think the MC would qualify as a #bachelorette . #FierceFeb

batsy I really want to read this too! 1y
Librarybelle @batsy Hopefully we can soon! ❤️ 1y
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Zelma
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Bailedbailed

Nope. Not for me. I hate books told in vignettes, and I really hated the narrator‘s voice. couldn‘t get on board with spending two hundred pages in her head, knowing I would quickly forget about the book when I set it down. I could tell this one would have n staying power with me and life is too short to waste reading time.

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lyssamez
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Pickpick

It took me a little bit to get into the stream-of-consciousness style of the book, but I ended up really loving it.

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GloVerdino
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Mehso-so

Not the typical type of book I go for. But fun stories about a woman living her life and sometimes making a mess out of it. We can all relate to that, right

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GloVerdino
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My book, my wine, and my pup. I'm ready for Saturday night!

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GloVerdino
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The dog took my spot on the couch and now I have to go back to work but all I want to do is snuggle up and read!

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Cinfhen
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#FierceFeb one of my favorite reads last year 😍Andrea is a #moderngirl she‘s single, sometimes employed and barely holding her shit together. Andrea refers to her life as “a stew, a juicy, sloppy mess of ingredients and feelings and emotions, too much salt and spice, too much anxiety, always a little dribbling down the front of my shirt. But have you tasted it? Have you tasted it. It‘s delicious.” A total pick for honesty & fabulous writing💕

batsy That is a great quote! Why have I not read it? Immediate stack 💜 2y
vivastory I loved it 2y
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Cinfhen It's on my TBR @vivastory I read and liked 2y
Cathythoughts Another new author to investigate 😉💓💓 2y
TrishB Is it odd to say the cover has always put me off..... 2y
KarenUK Great pick! Loved this one too... 💕👍 2y
emilyhaldi Yes, loved this! 2y
Zelma That quote makes me want to move it up my TBR list! 2y
Cinfhen It's worth bumping up @Zelma especially if you have a soft spot for NYC 🗽🚧🚖 2y
Cinfhen It's really good @Cathythoughts 2y
kspenmoll Such a delightful read! 2y
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GloVerdino
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Hmmm.... now what to read next? I think I'll go with something different this time

Valink You have a lot of books about falling!!! All the Ugly and a Wonderful things was really good too. And so was The Girls. Try to get to those between your psychological thrillers! Did you see the #BOTM choices for Feb? Do you know what you are getting? 2y
GloVerdino I don't know yet what the selections are, we usually find out the 1st of the month. I'll let you know what I pick! 2y
Valink Litsy lesson: you need to tag me in your response otherwise I don‘t get a notification that you replied. Click on my hashtag above. Some people here are super sluthy & find spoilers before the 1st of the month. 2y
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swishandflick I agree with @Valink on All the Ugly and Wonderful Things! Also Evelyn Hugo. So good 😄 2y
GloVerdino @Valink How?!?! Maybe they're in a different time zone? 2y
Valink There are spots on the web site where the selections show up early, like the judges pages. 2y
Valink @swishandflick - I haven't read Evelyn Hugo yet, but I passed on a few of these to @GloVerdino (edited) 2y
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parttimedomestic
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I haven‘t written anything in probably 8-10 years. Reading this book, this chapter, this page, while living at this time of #metoo absolutely broke something in me. I stayed up half the night writing. This is why I read, because every now and then a book will trigger something in me, good or bad, and force me to confront my thoughts, memories and experiences.
📚✍🏻📚

tournevis Congratulations on writing!!! 💃🕺💃🕺💃🕺💃🕺💃🕺 2y
parttimedomestic @tournevis Thank you! It was mostly ranting, but it felt good! 2y
tournevis @parttimedomestic I wrote yesterday. It does feel good! 2y
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Has anyone else started dabbling in what their #24in48 TBR might look like? I also have a large stack of comics and my kindle set aside. This will most likely change everyday leading up to it. 😂🤷🏻‍♀️

Bookzombie Mine will most likely consist of current reads and books for the #throwbackreadathon . 2y
Melissa_J I‘ve been thinking about mine. Other then The Luminaries it will likely consist of books I can read quickly. 2y
Kalalalatja I have been holding off posting my stack, since I have been making changes to it forever. But I think I might finally have it settled. Maybe... 😄😄 2y
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Ashley_Nicoletto @Kalalalatja usually I change mine a million times and then I read nothing on it. 😂😂😂 2y
Mitch Not sure yet. I‘d like to get a few books ticked off my Reading Women Challenge 2y
Andrew65 Nee to start giving this some thought! 2y
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Bookwm85forever
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I‘m giving this book a chance despite the ratings on Goodreads. Sometimes you just have to take a chance. #booknerd

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HeatherBlue
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Time for a little change of pace...thank goodness the library is finally open again!

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Readage
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Panpan

• 2/5 ⭐️ First finished book of 2018. MC Andrea is a morosely cynical modern day woman reflecting on the ways in which she has failed other people and herself. She numbs herself with meaningless relationships, flirts with making drastic changes in her life, and struggles to emotionally navigate the dysfunctional terrain of her wrecked childhood and that of her loved ones. It wasn‘t a complete sob fest but almost. I‘m glad it‘s done. •

Reggie Did you mean this to be a pan, cause your review makes me want to read it. Lol this happens to me a lot on Litsy. 2y
Readage Hey! I struggled with how to rate this book on Litsy. I think I‘m going to rate any read under 3 stars a “PAN” for me personally but actually it might be more of a “SO-SO.” Kinda hard to know where I stand on ratings sometimes! 2y
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Jeanne_S
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Mehso-so

It was well written but I didn‘t like the protagonist.

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trazo
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Pickpick

Happy, sad, awfully wonderful all at the same time. I enjoyed this short read. It was so real. At times very relatable. I found myself really wanting to befriend Andrea.

Lidia I thought so too. I could really relate to her. 2y
minkyb Same here. 2y
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LeslieO
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I forgot this challenge fail, the A-Z Litsy Challenge. 10 Letters left blank!

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Readage
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• let‘s hope this one gets better sooner rather than later. right now I‘m depressed af reading it...not the best pick for the New Year?! 😏 •

#currentlyreading #downer #depressingreads #librarylends

bookloo Wow I was planning on reading this after Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine...and I just finished Hunger...bad idea I guess. 😬 2y
Readage @bookloo Well let‘s just say our narrator seems a little more melancholy than I hoped! I‘m going to finish it because it‘s such a short read! 197 pages isn‘t bad, even if it‘s a little depressing. Maybe there‘s a silver lining in this one?! Give it a try, for sure! Always give a book a try!!! 😉 Let me know what you think! 2y
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Gabuchi
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Started this today and will most likely finish it today! 📖 📚

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Skeebies05
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My top ten of 2017. I read 53 books but it was a struggle to get there during this dumpster 🔥 of a year. Everything was bad this year so here‘s to a better 2018!

JanuarieTimewalker13 I‘m reading TIHIAI now, and loving it!! 2y
Bklover Hope your 2018 is wonderful!!💙 2y
Skeebies05 @JanuarieTimewalker13 It was riveting like a page turner! 2y
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Skeebies05 @Bklover Thank you! You as well 💜 2y
JanuarieTimewalker13 Yes, I got slightly sidetracked by a Quick YA read, which I wanted to wrap up before 2018, but now I will resume. I absolutely love Claude/Poppy! 2y
mrozzz A few on here topped my best of list as well! 👌🏻 Hope next year is better for you!! 2y
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