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Hi everyone,

I'm still relatively new to the site and I'm looking to become more active or find ways to make Litsy friends...any suggestions are welcome!

Currently Re-reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire!

TheEllieMo Hello and welcome! Check out some of the photo challenges, they‘re a great way of connecting. This month we‘ve got #SoaringScores, #Spooktober, #FallisBooked, #QuotsyOct19 and probably others that I‘ve missed! (edited) 2d
PageTurner789 @TheEllieMo Thanks, I'll check them out! 2d
LibrarianRyan Ello. Just put your self out there. Comment on things you see when you have a comment and post things. What your reading bookish stuff etc. 2d
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MallenNC Doing the photo challenges are a good idea. And commenting on other people‘s posts when you can helps too! 2d
chaoticgoodhufflepuff There are also some super fun daily challenges! There‘s #manicmonday #two4Tuesday #wondrouswednesday #friyayintro and #weekendreads 2d
PageTurner789 @chaoticgoodhufflepuff Thanks! These look like fun! 2d
sprainedbrain Echoing some of the other comments Post as much as you want! Tells us about your current reads, favorite books, quotes you love, anything. Comment on other people‘s posts and start interactions. Photo challenges and the daily quizzes are a fun way to put yourself out there. Welcome! 😃 2d
TK-421 Welcome to Litsy! If you‘d like to try some of the photo challenges, here‘s a link to a post that shows all of October‘s challenges with a list of the hashtags & hosts: https://www.litsy.com/web/post/1723046 1d
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Throne of Glass | Sarah J. Maas
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• the whole ToG series
• barefeet
• 9350ft in Quito, Ecuador!
• broccoli
• no, but I love seeing everyone else‘s costumes!

@howjessreads #friyayintro

Sace Cool! I'd love to visit Ecuador 🇪🇨 2d
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The Complete Wheel of Time | Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson
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#friYAYintro @howjessreads

1. I‘m taking the complete #WheelofTimeSeries ..... stop me 👊🏻😂😂
2. Bare feet 🦶
3. 4810 (Mont Blanc)
4. Anything with no texture, it freaks me out!
5. I‘m manning the door whilst the family‘s out, I will be going out my way to scare everyone I can!!!

A Confederacy of Dunces | John Kennedy Toole
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1. Just read for the first time last month, wish it hadn't taken me so long to get to it!
2. Bare feet (my one slight inclination towards hobbitness)
3. I guess Berchtesgaden? I basically stay towards the US coasts, have never been to the Rockies, so Hitler's hidey-hole is basically it.
4. IDK, I love too much food to even know what food I hate 🤷
5. I am literally wearing my Crowley (Good Omens) costume right now.

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1. Just one!? His Dark Materials.
2. Bare feet
3. I‘ve been to the top of Pike‘s Peak, so 14,115 feet.
4. Ranch dressing.
5. Probably not.


Fangirl: A Novel | Rainbow Rowell
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1. Always a difficult question. I went with something that has a happy ending, doesn‘t take too much brainpower, & has some romance.
2. Bare feet
3. Grand Canyon? Oak creek canyon?
4. Mayonnaise, meatloaf, the list goes on
5. No, but I might wear my Luna glasses.
#friyayintro @howjessreads @Clwojick #scarathlon #teamslaughter

Crucible: A Thriller | James Rollins
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1. The Sigma Force series of which the tagged book is the latest. I‘d finally get to read them in order
2. Socks except during summer in Texas
3. Breckenridge CO. I thought it‘d be the highest point in Norway, in the Jotunheimen mountain area, where it looks like you‘re on top of the world. But it‘s a good 4000 feet lower than Breck
4. Strawberries, bananas, or coconut
5. Not this year

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1. Really almost any Heyer. ❤️
2. Bare feet!
3. 10,000ish feet? I wasn‘t counting exactly. But I lived at 8,000 ft for four years, and did some hiking.
EDIT: I just googled. 12,600 feet is as high as the cable cars go up Mt. Blanc. So there ya go.
4. Turkey. Eww.
5. I‘m hoping to talk my husband into being Ron Swanson, and then I want to go as Leslie Knope!!

Sace Heyer truly is a gem! 3d
LauraJ What man wouldn‘t want to be Ron Swanson?! 3d
slategreyskies I‘ve never heard of Heyer. What book do you recommend as a good starting point or intro to her writing? 3d
TheAromaofBooks Yay Heyer!! Her books always make me so happy. 2d
howjessreads @slategreyskies - the tagged one is one of my favorites! Or Frederica or Arabella maybe. 🙂 2d
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1. The Others series by Anne Bishop
2. Bare feet all day every day. I resent shoes and socks.
3. Denver?
4. Mushrooms
5. Noooooope

#friyayintro @howjessreads

Sace Oh yeah...mischrooms 🤢 3d
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1. Outlander or GOT would work for me. Preferably the series!
2. Bare feet as much as possible
3. Somewhere in Colorado, I‘d guess
4. Cabbage and cauliflower
5. This year I‘ll be a celestial witch (stars and moon with a side order of creepy)