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My bucketlist for #scarathlon has 25 things on it - you know what that means! There‘s a bingo in my future! (I totally #blameLitsy for making me into a bingo fiend!)

Less than one week, #teamslaughter! #gofall

Clwojick Can‘t wait to see the pet costumes! 2mo
Clwojick hahahaha! Bingo boards! Good call! I might have to make one too! 2mo
Emilymdxn Omg I didn‘t think of a bucket list bingo board but now I HAVE to make one 2mo
StayCurious Great idea! 2mo
Larkken @Emilymdxn @Clwojick @StayCurious I‘m not sure what I was doing with my life before I found bingo boards 😆 2mo
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I only read this because my daughter is a huge fan, bought it for me at Christmas and has been pestering me all year to read it. It‘s not my usual genre and I would never have picked it up for myself but I quite enjoyed it. It was a very interesting concept, the story kept a good pace and I even liked the characters. All in all, a good book.

aa_guer2021 Just finished this one recently. Probably a #blameLitsy situation that I got the box. I hope you move on to the rest, as it takes a turn, but a fascinating one… 3mo
CarolynM How lovely to see you😍 3mo
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Book Lovers | Emily Henry
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This is my favorite by Emily Henry to date. She writes banter so well and you will likely enjoy all of these nice people. Read this one quickly. And I will read anything this author writes at this point.

Elizabeth2 I really like Emily Henry. Stacked! #blamelitsy 6mo
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Book Report Journal | Journals for All Staff
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I had a FABULOUS reading week!!
My favorite was The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett 🥰

TrishB Brilliant week 👍🏻 8mo
Elizabeth2 Your favorite looks great! Stacked! #blamelitsy 8mo
Cinfhen My favorite apparently has a different title with the UK publisher @Elizabeth2 and it‘s apparently easier to obtain for some… 8mo
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Elizabeth2 @Cinfhen thanks for the tip! 😃 It seems reminiscent of A Man Called Ove and Eleanor Oliphant, two of my favorite books! 8mo
Cinfhen Definitely similar vibes to both of those books @Elizabeth2 lmk if you get to it 💚 8mo
Cinfhen Thanks @TrishB 💕💕 8mo
squirrelbrain Wow - a fab week! 8mo
Cinfhen Thank you @squirrelbrain 🎉🎉🎉 8mo
Megabooks Great week!! 8mo
Cinfhen I really surprised myself @Megabooks 🤪 8mo
Bookzombie Awesome week! 🤩 8mo
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“No cry because cookie is finished. Smile because cookie happened.” can easily be applied to Cookie‘s book. I smiled through every page. The Joy of Cookies is pure joy. And now me want cookies. 💙🍪💙

rabbitprincess Immediately added this to my to-read list 😂😋🍪 8mo
DGRachel @rabbitprincess You won‘t be disappointed! And if you are, eat a cookie and you‘ll feel better. 🤣🤣 8mo
DogMomIrene How did I not know about this book? 8mo
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DGRachel @DogMomIrene I didn‘t know about it until @MatchlessMarie posted it. ☺️ #blamelitsy 8mo
DogMomIrene @DGRachel 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼Ordered the book and found a new Litten to follow. Wins all around! 8mo
MatchlessMarie Glad you liked it! I think there is a series. I might get the Oscar one next @DogMomIrene 👋 8mo
DGRachel @MatchlessMarie 😱😱😱💚💚💚💚Oscar is one of my favorite Sesame Street characters!! 8mo
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Come Tumbling Down | Seanan McGuire
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I love Sumi 😅

bthegood this quote is so good - I need to move this series up on my TBR - 🙂 (edited) 9mo
aa_guer2021 Wow that is a 💎! Totally stacked 📚🏔 Wait! 5th installment?! How many are there? (edited) 9mo
peanutnine @bthegood they're all so great, highly recommend 9mo
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peanutnine @aa_guer2021 the seventh one just came out this year. But they're all novellas so very quick reads! 9mo
aa_guer2021 @peanutnine this might be a #blameLitsy start. Sounds like perfect pallet cleansers after I catch up more on my epic Outlander journey! Thank you 9mo
peanutnine @aa_guer2021 you're welcome! I hope you enjoy them 🤗 9mo
bthegood @peanutnine just started Every Heart a Doorway - and you are right - very good! Thx 🙂 9mo
peanutnine @bthegood yay! Glad you're liking it ☺️ 9mo
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With the exception of the tagged book (the next in sequence for my Le Carré reread), this entire #bookhaul is Litsy‘s fault. I was just going to pick up The Little Drummer Girl from my local indie, but there have been so many good reviews for Ernshaw‘s book that I had to have it. My indie didn‘t have it, so I had to buy other books there and then stop at B&N for it (and another book…and a magazine). My budget hates you all. ? #blamelitsy

5feet.of.fury The Last Wish 🙌 11mo
marleed Haha. But look what a responsible bookstore patron you are! 11mo
CarolynM I look forward to your review of Little Drummer Girl. I liked it a lot when I read it, but I suspect it might be quite dated. 11mo
DGRachel @CarolynM A lot of his earlier works are dated, so I expect this one to have some cringy sections. I haven‘t read it before, though, so I‘m definitely looking forward to it. 11mo
vivastory I'll be curious to see what you think of the Earnshaw. Also, if it's any consolation I've bought 4 books this week 📚📚💲💲 10mo
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Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo
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The tagged 📖 isn‘t even on my list this month 🤭🙃, but this is a #blameLitsy situation of a LIBBY hold that came through. I agree with @TrishB that although well written, it could have been more condensed, but I am interested in the continuation due to the ⚠️ cliffhanger. Also, this particular fantasy school society story was harder to put down. #recentlyread for #bookspin BINGO (free spot). @TheAromaofBooks

TrishB Definitely interested in the next one 👍🏻 1y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1y
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I‘m late on my June recap! There were lots of chunksters on my list last month, so I did not finish as many as in previous months, and no bingo, but lots of really great reads! Tagged book was my last of the month, and a #blamelitsy pick, too. Lots to chew on with themes of colonialism and appropriation, plus a rollicking storyline. Now, on to July!
#bookspinbingo #monthlyrecap

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Fabulous month!! 1y
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This was an awesome YA (10+) historical fiction novel! It‘s a short but powerful look at India in the 1800s.

Well researched too! I learned things that even my AP World History teaching husband (who annoyingly usually knows everything) did not know about some fierce historic females. Plus, she shows her receipts at the end. I‘m going to buy a copy for my classroom! Love, love, love!

#BlameLitsy 💗🥳

Texreader Brilliant review 1y
Reggie Great review! 1y
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