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kissmehardy
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I think this book might be even more impactful on a #reread. More conversations about faith need to be held Meg-and-Micah-style. #yalit

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limada
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Number three in the Bookmobile Cat Mystery series and we're picking up steam. I'm getting used to the characters and finding them less similar to the Aurora Teagarden series as I get to know them. Definitely a cute series and I will keep reading. #35-2022

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Chrissyreadit
Recipe Box | Viola Shipman
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@StaceGhost my package arrived!!! #recipeswap

StaceGhost Hooray! I just found the card I meant to put in it 🤦‍♀️ I‘m super excited to open your package! I‘ve been staring at it all week (edited) 1w
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KristiAhlers
Untitled | Unknown
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For #traveltheunitedstates we visited Michigan in this book. This is the first book in a series. Does end in a cliffhanger. And I can‘t overstate this enough if you are one who needs to read listed TW‘ings of a book read this one‘s list carefully! This is a slow burn RH/bully romance. And if you‘ve read this author before you know what that could entail. #romantsy #springread #michigan

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Coffeymuse
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My #bookspin and #doublespin look interesting this month. .
Both are for #Booked2022.

@TheAromaOfBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3w
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TheKidUpstairs
Notes from a Public Typewriter | Michael Gustafson
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#OnThisDay in 1808 Pellegrino Turri completed construction of (possibly) the world's first typewriter. The idea of a machine for letters came from Henry Mill in 1714, but it wasn't until Turri invented carbon paper to provide ink that the idea was made possible. And that led to all this (and more): https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/80104/19-authors-and-their-typewriters #History GetsLIT

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CaitZ
The Women of the Copper Country | Mary Doria Russell
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Pickpick

Would you believe a story about a 1913 copper mine strike could be both compelling and tragic? The author pulls it off in this great book. Calumet, MI is a company-owned town whose miners are endangered by the mine's policies. They form a union and stage a strike. It was hard to read in places and some of the characters made me mad, but overall it was outstanding. I'm glad I finally read it.

marleed My IRL bookclub discussed this book pre Covid and the author Zoomed a into the meeting. It was great. So wild to think about because now we‘d all zoom in rather than 13 women circling a single kitchen table! 3w
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TorieStorieS
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I had a lot of fun reading this one for my book club! We don‘t usually read romances but the premise of rival authors switching genres for a bet, appealed to us all and it won the vote by a landslide! January Andrews relocates to a Michigan beach town in the wake of her father‘s sudden death, a breakup and some shocking family revelations. Coincidentally her college crush/nemesis- also a successful author- lives next door. Fun ensues from there!

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limada
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Second in the bookmobile cat mystery series. I enjoyed this one more than the first. It reminded me less of Aurora Teagarden so I was able to rate it based on its own merits. Super cute cozy mystery. #28-2022

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Moll
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This was good🌟 I expected it to be a really light, fun rom com, and then there was a fair whack more depth - a lil bit like January starting out viewing life & love before realising it's all so much more complicated than that. I like that that realisation didn't devalue her writing/her belief in happy endings, or rather a happy for now. I felt like the pacing was slightly off sometimes but overall a good'un

#NYWD22 @monalyisha @dariazeoli