I‘m finally reading a book that everyone else has read and it just happens to fit today‘s prompt. Hope I get in first! Count Rostov is on house arrest, exiled inside a very grand hotel. I‘m only halfway through though so don‘t tell me if it‘s sad or happy!
I have to go with Wizard of Oz since way too many of ‘my people‘ were dangerously close to the F4 beast that barreled through NE Kansas last week.
Day 2 of #WanderingJune with #ImaginaryPlaces
(Day 16 - #Rehab)
*I cannot hear that word, rehab, without thinking of poor James Frey, author of the tagged book (purportedly a memoir, however the “facts” didn‘t quite add up), who was very nearly knighted by Oprah. But that was before she found the book to be a pack of ... well, semi-truths? Or semi-lies? Anyway, Frey was then publicly and shamefully dumped from her book club.
I really liked this series featuring that rarity of things - a female serial killer. “She'll take your heart but you won't feel it” #easylover #anglophileapril @Cinfhen @Reviewsbylola @emilyhaldi @Mdargusch
Today's a sick day, so I did a little project! My TBR cart is overflowing, and then I forget about the hundreds of other books that I own and haven't read.
I made a TBR jar with all the titles I've been wanting to read, or ones I wouldn't normally pick up unless I was nudged in that direction.
Does anyone else have one of these? If you do have a TBR system, tag me in your post! I'd love to see. 🤓📚
#MarchIntoThe70s #Day27 #WhatAFoolBelieves I can‘t believe we‘re almost at the end of March! This year is flying by already. I‘m going for a literal interpretation of today‘s prompt, I thought this book was highly appropriate. Elizabeth Holmes had quite a few not just intelligent people, but savvy business minded people, believing her ‘pie-in-the-sky‘ fairy stories about what her technology could do. She certainly made fools of all her believers.