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AFrostCauseReads
Project Hail Mary | Andy Weir
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I‘m sooo looking forward to Andy Weir‘s new one ‘Project Hail Mary‘ out in May. And the third ‘Simon Snow‘ book by Rainbow Rowell coming out in the summer (I think). I might just have to read the first two again in anticipation 😂

#fridayfunwith451 @451Degrees

451Degrees I love Andy Weir‘s books! Didn‘t even know this was coming out! Now I‘m excited too😊 thanks for the tag!💙 11mo
AFrostCauseReads @451Degrees I only just found out today in a newsletter from a local bookstore! Very excited for his next sci-if adventure! 🚀👩🏻‍🚀 11mo
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BooksCoffeeNurse
The Burning Girls | C. J. Tudor
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I‘m looking forward to two books the most in 2021. The Burning Girls by C.J. Tudor and Survive the Night by Riley Sager!!! I also cannot wait until The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth releases in the US! 📚❤️ #fridayfunwith451

JakeRuble I just now got my copy of “Ready Player Two”. I‘m wanting to read it super bad, but need to finish my current book first 11mo
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451Degrees These sound really exciting! Thanks for the tag💙 11mo
BooksCoffeeNurse @JakeRuble I‘m with you there! @451Degrees Thank you! ☺️ 11mo
Kajohnson The Prophets! 11mo
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The_Penniless_Author
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#fridayfunwith451 @451Degrees

If I'm honest, I suppose my own book 🙂 (Memoir of a Doomsday Prophet, scheduled for publication in April 2021).

As far as reading, I rarely read anything immediately after it's published. I recently bought A Manual for Cleaning Women, by Lucia Berlin, and We, by Yevgeny Zamyatin, so I suppose those.

Tanisha_A Lovely! Congratulations 11mo
451Degrees I don‘t blame ya!! We‘ll all be looking forward to your book coming out😊 thanks for the tag! 11mo
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451Degrees
Untitled | Unknown
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Happy Friday y‘all! GuEsS wHo‘S rEaLlY bAd At PoStInG eVeRy WeEk?! That‘s right me😂🤷🏻‍♀️ but anyways😂 this weeks prompt! What book are you looking forward to most in 2021? Some of you are really good at knowing your dates and counting down the days to new books and I want to hear what you‘re most excited for! Throw me a tag @451Degrees #fridayfunwith451 #2021releases #fridayprompt

FelinesAndFelonies Waiting for the Night Song, American Daughter. The Forest of Vanishing Stars. 11mo
451Degrees @FelinesAndFelonies all of these look really good! Pretty good upcoming year! Thanks for playing😊 11mo
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AprilMae
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#fridayfunwith451
My 2020 goal was to read 50 books- very doable usually as I average between 75-100 a year..... I read 33. The tagged book was my favorite though! Here's to more good reads in 2021!!!
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451Degrees I‘ll have to look into this! Thanks for the tag! 11mo
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speljamr
Blood of Empire | Brian McClellan
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Blood of Empire, by Brian McClellan

#fridayfunwith451 @451Degrees

MsMelissa Nice pick! I‘m actually using this one today for #12booksin2020 I really hope McClellan has something new coming out soon. I wish he got more love on Litsy. His books are fantastic! 11mo
451Degrees This sounds pretty epic! Have to check out the first two books too! Thanks for the tag! 11mo
LindaLaforgeAuthor The Tatooist of Auschwitz was a beautifully harrowing read, and inspiring in troubled times. 6mo
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451Degrees
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Happy Friday y‘all!! Hope your holidays were marvelous and bright✨ Speaking of bright Happy 2021✨✨ very excited for the new year! But let‘s wrap up 2020! This weeks prompt: What was your favorite read in 2020? Doesn‘t have to be newly published in 2020 but one that you read for the first time last year! Throw me a tag! @451Degrees #fridayfunwith451 #favoritereads #2020 #happynewyear #fridayprompt

451Degrees @TheNeverendingTBR this book sounds intense! 11mo
TheRiehlDeal It was one of the best biographies I've read/listened to. I highly recommend the audiobook! 11mo
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451Degrees @TheRiehlDeal this looks fantastic! 11mo
SnowFlower Leonardo DaVinci by Walter Isaccson. Soooo good! Leonardo was such an interesting man! 10mo
451Degrees @SnowFlower he always seemed such a mysterious and fascinating man! 10mo
SnowFlower @451Degrees he was a fascinating man! I learned that during his lifetime he never sold a painting. 10mo
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451Degrees
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Happy Friday y‘all! Guess who‘s been dropping the ball these past couple weeks on Friday prompts!🙋🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️ busy holiday season that‘s for sure! Which leads to this weeks‘ prompt: do you have a book you read annually for the holidays? Maybe a favorite childhood book or something more classic? Let me know your favorites! Throw me a tag @451Degrees #fridaypromt #fridayfunwith451 #holidayreads

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Scochrane26
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I liked several books I had to read for school, but Animal Farm may have been my favorite.
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Reign_1982 The Bluest Eye 12mo
Scochrane26 @Reign_1982 I still haven‘t read that one, but I‘ve heard it‘s good. 12mo
Patchshank That's the only book I remember reading in school that I was really into. 12mo
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Sargar114 Still a favorite 12mo
Singout Well, I did an English and French lit degree, so I was assigned a lot of books! In high school I'm really glad my year was required to do an extra semester that was Canadian lit only, and I was entranced with Who Has Seen the Wind by W. O. Mitchell.
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Singout @Reign_1982 Wow! In high school *all* our writers were white men, and the only one that wasn't dead was the one I picked myself. 12mo
451Degrees @Scochrane26 read Animal Farm a few years back and loved it!! Thanks for the tag💙 12mo
Scochrane26 @Patchshank I love that one, but I didn‘t read it until a few years ago. 12mo
Scochrane26 @Sargar114 I have TKAM at home & love it. I had 2 categories in hs that assigned books fell into—I either loathed them or loved them. 12mo
Scochrane26 @Singout Now that I think about it, all my assigned books were male authors except for Harper Lee & S.E. Hinton. I read Jane Eyre & Wuthering Heights, but they were my choices from a book list. We didn‘t have authors of color to choose from, I don‘t think. Of course, I was in hs in the early ‘90s, so that was part of the reason. @Reign_1982 12mo
Singout Yes, I was just a few years earlier. 12mo
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BeaG
Scarlet Letter | Nathaniel Hawthorne
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#FridayFunwith451 @451Degrees Scarlet Letter was above me when I was in high school. When I reread it as an adult I knew why. LOL I had lived an overly sheltered life or I just didn‘t know about adult problems because I was clueless to adults having affairs. 🤦🏾‍♀️ That red letter traumatized me. LOL

451Degrees @BeaG I felt the same way! I need to reread it and really get a better appreciation for it but when I did read it I was like I don‘t get it. Thanks for the tag!💙 12mo
BeaG @451Degrees I‘m glad I wasn‘t the only one. LOL I have reread it as an adult I was like, whoa. This is a great book. 12mo
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