I was thinking last night about how many great books I‘ve read because of Litsy. Here are a few of my favorites. #litsymademedoit.
Happy 4th! I'm so excited to dig into this one today. I'm glad that I recently joined this community and began branching out and adding more variety to the types of books that I now enjoy. Romance is still a newer genre for me, so before #litsymademedoit I probably would've missed out on this delightful read.
How guys, what does your #MayStack look like? Post a picture of all the books your bought during the month of May, use the hashtag #LitsyMadeMeDoIt and don‘t forget to tag your hosts! @RadicalReader @Clwojick @TheReadingMermaid ♥️💜🧡
This was definitely a case of #litsymademedoit or #blameitonlitsy since I'm not sure if I would have picked it up otherwise. Or known it was a book since people talk about the movie.
I really liked it even though it was really creepy and not what I consider to be my cup of tea. This was a really disturbing read to be honest, but if you're up for something that will give you the chills give it a go. Malory is a hero!
Now I need to watch that movie.
Loved, loved, loved this book. I especially loved that it didn't seem rushed. I know it's a chunkster, but I don't mind when the time is taken to give every character depth. This was definitely a #litsymademedoit read even though it falls in my genre. Thanks for this recommendation! 5/5