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LaurenReads
All I Want | Jill Shalvis
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Such a sweet and funny book. Really enjoyed it. #romance #romantsy

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Bookjunkie57
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Bookjunkie57
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First book finished. #25inFive #ReadathonWeekend

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Bookjunkie57
Then Came You | Jill Shalvis
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Bookjunkie57
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Happy to starting a new audiobook. Haven‘t listed to one all weekend thanks to always having someone in my car. Audiobooks are the best part of riding solo

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Sue
Aussie Rules | Jill Shalvis
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Hi folks, I‘ve just posted on the blog the new set of prompts for the Aussies Rule 2019 challenge.

Check it out here bit.ly/2SnoCTi

#aussiesrule2019

Just tagging a few of you who might be interested!

@GatheringBooks @Lauredhel @MandaChittles @CarolynM @ReadingDownUnder @JennyM

ReadingDownUnder Wow! I‘m using this weekend to decide my reading challenges. I‘ll see what I can do with this one! It will be a challenge for me as I‘m still firmly ensconced in my American tastes. But it will be a good way to expand my world. Lianne Moriarty started that for me in 2018! 🙂 6mo
Sue I hope you decide to play along @ReadingDownUnder. There are so many AWESOME Aussie books and authors but our market swallows them in favour of the US and UK hits. Plus the Aussie names our publishers mostly get behind are white and straight. It makes me cranky. 6mo
GatheringBooks aussie authors are the best! :) love the picturebook makers most of all! shaun tan will always be a personal favourite. will check the link out. we are doing a #WomenReadWomen2019 theme though, so this means I could only read female aussie authors/illustrators. 6mo
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Sue @GatheringBooks Shaun Tan is amazing. Fortunately we have plenty of female authors and illustrators 😊 6mo
JennyM Thanks so much for this @Sue. We do have so many great authors and I loved this challenge last year - it really pushed me to read outside my usual picks. 😘 6mo
CarolynM I failed so spectacularly at the reading challenges I started this year I resolved not to do them in future. But I might take some cues from your challenge during the year🙂 6mo
Lauredhel Cool! Just a heads up that a lot of us disabled people find "differently abled" to be a hideously twee euphemism. "Disabled" or "with a disability" are fine. (And despite the institutional push for 'person-first' language by nondisabled 'experts', there is a pretty strong move toward identity-first language in the disabled community.) 6mo
Sue Thanks @Lauredhel , I‘ll fix that! 6mo
Lauredhel @Sue cheers :) 6mo
Izai.Amorim Happy new year! It must already be 2019 over there! 🍾 6mo
Sue Happy new year @Izai.Amorim ! 2019 is 5 hours old right now 🎉 Best wishes! 6mo
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tracey38
Instant Gratification | Jill Shalvis
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Finally, after a hugely emotional couple weeks, I have finished this book. I can normally get through a Jill Shalvis book very quick. I love her stories. But I haven't had time or been in the best frame of mind for reading.
This is one of her older books, and I loved it. I always love her characters. And how she can make secondary characters and the town they live in come alive as well. I can't wait for her new release later this month.

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tracey38
Instant Gratification | Jill Shalvis
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Mom's resting so I am seeing how much I can read. Also just heard thunder...

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Bostonmomx2
Lost and Found Sisters | Jill Shalvis
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Absolutely loved this one; read it in one day which i haven‘t done in a very long time. Will be starting g the next in this series today.

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Bostonmomx2
Lost and Found Sisters | Jill Shalvis
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All Ive done today is read. I haven‘t read Jill Shalvis Ina very long time and now I‘m wondering why. This one is really good! Almost 200 pages in just today.

ravenlee Sounds amazing. 10mo
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