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DebinHawaii
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Hard to believe this is #14 in the Bakeshop Mystery series. This one centers around Jules & the Torte team doing the food & chocolate sculpture for the local art museum (SOMA) in Ashland‘s the reveal of Shakespeare‘s Lost Pages: Double Falsehood. The rare piece goes missing at the gala, murder follows & Jules is on the case. I enjoy this series & the characters & the Shakespeare details along with the delicious food & pastry make for a fun read.

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TheSpineView
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I am enthralled with this series. There is only one more book to read (#13) then I have to wait until June for the next one. So here's my problem, do read the next one now or wait until right before #14 comes out to read it?🤔

BTW, 4 stars for this one!

Booksnchill Love Ruth🥰 1w
ravenlee Split the difference and read it in April! 1w
TheSpineView @ravenlee Good idea! 1w
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jessjess
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This month being cold (whitecourt is #14 on the coldest places in the world today at a balmy -37 C but easily feels like -45 with the wind) I've managed to get some reading in. Reviews in comments but I'm pretty pleased with my progress this month 🥰

jessjess Namesake by Adrienne Young is the sequel to Fable, and honestly I am loving this duo of pirates, gem sages and intrigues. Definitely in my top 10 for 2021 list! 4w
jessjess The Folk of the Air Trilogy by Holly Black (Cruel Prince, Wicked King and Queen of Nothing) was a series I'd had on hold for what felt like FOREVER at the library and was it worth it? Meh. There was *so much* while reading that made me go wtf?!? during various plot points. Like Madoc. Redcap kills your family and leads a rebellion against you and you LET HIM LIVE URGH 😫 4w
jessjess Finally after watching the first season on Amazon Prime I read A Discovery of Witches and I really liked it, it is better than the TV (they usually are) and I look forward to the next in this trilogy. 4w
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vonnie862
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Read this to my class today and they loved it. ❤ Now I know where the famous Charlie Brown tree comes from.
#WinterGames2021 #teamgamesleighers @StayCurious
#wgwordsearch 310pts
#holidayread 25pts
#impulseread 10pts participation 1pt
Total: 346 pts
#BookSpinBingo #14 #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 1mo
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BookDadGirlDad
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@TheAromaofBooks My #bookspinbingo list for December. (Yes...I misspelled a word in #14...😳😳) A lot of repeats from previous months.

melissajayne Oooh, Snow Falling on Cedars is an excellent book. 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2mo
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DGRachel
Booked | Kwame Alexander
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Initial proposed list for #Booked2022 #Summer
#13-include a recipe: The Diva Runs Out of Thyme
#14-set in Canada: The Matchmaker‘s List
#15-involves exploration: The Arctic Fury
#16-about sisters: The Once and Future Witches
#17-New in 2022: Sloth Sleeps Over
#18-set in an inn, lodge, or hotel: Jamaica Inn

Cinfhen I like that your mixing lots of genres 😁💕📚 2mo
DGRachel @Cinfhen I don‘t think I could fill all the prompts with just one or even just my favorite genres, but I did try to pick ones that I thought I had a reasonable chance of enjoying. 🤓 2mo
Cinfhen I just read so “vanilla”, it‘s either literary fiction of NF/ memoir - I don‘t mix it up much 2mo
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DGRachel @Cinfhen The two you read most are the two I avoid like the plague. I‘ll do memoir via audiobook but otherwise, no thank you. 🤣🤣🤣 2mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage More great ideas! 2mo
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Gissy
October Fun | Eileen Spinelli
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4th Week of October
book #13-Lobizona -976 points
Book#14-GraveDance-976 points
Book#15-American Vampire-96 points
Book#16-Buddyread-1,236
Book#17-The Troop-1,116
5 episodes of The Originals 25 points+1 (Litsy post)=26
1 movie Young Frankenstein 5+1 (Litsy post)=6
Bingos 320 points +6 (Litsy posts)=326 points
Total-4,759 + 15,960 (previous weeks=
20,719 points #TeamHendrix
Thank you @Staycurious for this fun month, until next year🧙🏼‍♀️🖤👻

StayCurious You're so amazing! 3mo
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TheSpineView
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#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

📓 Not in the traditional sense, but I do write out my #BookSpin choices each month and the books I have read each month.
📓 Yes! Currently reading book #14 this month.
📓 Fall leaves! 🧡🍂💛🍁🧡

Want to play? @wanderinglynn @TK-421 @MallenNC

wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! 😘 3mo
TheSpineView @wanderinglynn You're welcome! 😊 3mo
Eggs Great reading month 📚👍🏼❤️ 3mo
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MamaGina
The Night Hawks | Elly Griffiths
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This is #13 in this series and, yet again, Elly Griffiths does not disappoint. The mystery was engaging as is always the case with Ruth Galloway and company. The fact that I figured out who the killer was way before the end wasn‘t even disappointing because it‘s the relationships between the recurring characters that makes this series compelling and a must read every time. Looking forward to #14, especially after reading the last page! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Creme_de_la_them
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Book #14 of the year: “The Obelisk Gate” by N.K. Jemisin

This is the second in a trilogy (and I‘m actually reading it in order for once). The first one was intriguing but this one…it‘s been a long time since I‘ve stayed up until nearly 2 to finish a book. I tried to stop a few times but couldn‘t. If you‘re looking for incredible sci-fi/fantasy, here you go!

SamAnne Have read the first one and can‘t wait to get to this one. 5mo
Creme_de_la_them @SamAnne I liked the 2nd one so much more! 5mo
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