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Ash.on.the.line
Hot Dog Girl | Jennifer Dugan
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Mehso-so

This story was cute. I just didn‘t really like the main characters. Still I think a great book for young adult about friendship, growing, being okay with who we are. #bookspinbingo

Ash.on.the.line It is lgbtq without being a major coming out which I prefer so that was nice! 56m
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BarbaraJean
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Pickpick

This is a need-to-hug-this-book selection for me, just as much as Cerulean Sea, although they‘re very different books. It grapples with grief & loss and coming to terms with death through an initially very unlikable character. It's sad & sweet and goes a bit idealistic deus-ex-machina in the end, but overall it beautifully explores an interestingly-imagined afterlife.

Catching up on much-belated reviews today… I finished this one in November. 😳

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Noveldrama
Felix Ever After | Kacen Callender
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Pickpick

This book makes you feel happy, proud and make you fall in love. This is the first transgender book I have read. I discovered lots of emotions that I couldn't articulate before.
The friendship here shown is more beautiful than love.
I love how the author has shared peach of their life to help us, to understand the commotion of their life.
A must 📖.

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RebeccaRoo7
Carry On | Rainbow Rowell
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Mittens is "helping" me with my #bookjournal today. A spread I've been meaning to start and finish for SO long is almost done. I'll post the finished product later.

#snowday #catsoflitsy #creativity #fantasyfiction #mittens #magic #spells

RaeLovesToRead Awww 🥰🥰 3h
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ElizaMarie
Spell on Wheels | Kate Leth
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Pickpick

Loved this one so much! I already downloaded volume 2 :)

Work flowers :) -- I always like to post some sort of picture when I do anything on here :)

#JustAnotherGraphicMonday
@Bookworm54 @AkashaVampie @AsYouWish @jb72 @AnansiGirl

slategreyskies I like to do the same thing. The flowers are beautiful. 💕 3h
ElizaMarie @slategreyskies Thank you! One of the doctors at work got them for our team as a thank you for being so helpful. It was a nice little surprise and made the office smell so nice! 3h
AkashaVampie @ElizaMarie wow... thats surprising that a doctor would do that. They usually look down on the nurses right? 2h
ElizaMarie @AkashaVampie not necessarily. We have a great relationship with our doctors. It helps them to trust our judgement and mentor us (makes it less work for them in the long run). The medical director at my hospital is actually mentoring me through my Nurse Practitioner schooling. (edited) 24m
AkashaVampie @ElizaMarie that is awesome. 8m
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adoramichaels
Cinderella Is Dead | Kalynn Bayron
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JamieArc
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Pickpick

A f/f romance with strong, very intelligent women? Yes please! I would have liked more build up to the relationship, but overall, this was a great palate cleanser after some of the heavier things I‘ve been reading. I loved the support of each other‘s intellectual and artistic pursuits.

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sammystews
Red, White & Royal Blue | Casey McQuiston
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This is a book about Alex the son of the president of the States. It goes through Alex's struggles with love and his new blooming romance. If you like suspenseful romance and enemies to lovers you would love this book. The point of view in this book is first person told from Alex's perspective. The author uses pronous such as I, me, we, he, him to establish this point of view.

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witchyreader13
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Template not from Litsy, but curious to see everyone's answers. What books make your list?
Have a great Monday, everybody! 😊