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The Painted Castle | Kristy Cambron
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The Painted Castle by Kristy Cambron is AMAZING. I highly recommend this outstanding novel. Check out a guest post by Kristy and my thoughts, then purchase a copy of this book for yourself today.

#MustRead #ILoveThisBook #TimeSlip

https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2019/10/19/the-painted-castle-2019-a-celebrate...

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deadrabbitsbooks
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Read any good horror this month, rabbits? Maybe some good spooky short stories? Send us your recs!

#writingcommunity #amwriting #writerslife #amreading #books #mustread #authors

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deadrabbitsbooks
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What are you reading rabbits? What's the scariest book you've ever read? We want to add it to our #TBR pile!

#writingcommunity #amwriting #writerslife #amreading #books #mustread #authors

MsLeah8417 The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe for #SlapshotRead 2w
heylaurenmack Scariest was probably From a Buick 8. Never was able to get the idea of a creature being slippery out of my head after it 2w
kaysworld1 Really liking this one 2w
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Addison_Reads
Rage Becomes Her | Soraya Chemaly
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This is a #mustread. Such a great book with tons of information for everyone, not just women.

I listened to this on audiobook and when I finished I immediately ordered a print copy so that I can read it again and take notes.

Hooked_on_books This has been sitting in my “soon” TBR area for a while. I look forward to it. I loved 2w
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rachelk
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The book about book banning that became a banned book due to a book banned in the book. 😖

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

#classic #bannedbook #mustread #dystopian #latejumpingonthebannedwagon 📚🔥👨‍🚒

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MysteriousBookworm
Then She Was Gone | Lisa Jewell
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I absolutely love Lisa Jewell‘s ability to put her own flair on tales that have already been told and makes them her own. ❤️ #mustread

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The Butcher | Jennifer Hillier
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Jennifer Hillier knocks it out of the park every time. I love her writing. This book was absolutely thrilling in all the right ways. Gripping, raw, and very fast paced! #mustread #jenniferhillier #thebutcher #bookhangover

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keepingupwiththepenguins
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Don't sleep on this fab GIVEAWAY from Primer: a haul of the best female empowerment books of 2019, including my personal fave SHE SAID, along with Lisa Taddeo's THREE WOMEN, Liz Gilbert's CITY OF GIRLS, and more! Enter via their Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B3MRhNigXdf/ #Giveaway #BookHaul #MustRead #BestBooks #Feminist #AmReading

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keepingupwiththepenguins
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MUST READ: This is the untold story of what it takes to bring accusations against powerful men to light. Kantor and Twohey don‘t simply paint a portrait of Weinstein as a monster (though they have plenty of evidence to do just that). Instead, they examine the company policies and the power-brokers that enabled a monster to thrive for decades. Full review: https://primer.com.au/she-said-review-jodie-kantor-megan-twohey/ #MustRead #NonFiction #MeToo

Scochrane26 I heard about this on Trevor Noah (daily show podcast). 2w
keepingupwiththepenguins @Scochrane26 Oooh I've heard that's a great pod! Clearly great taste in books 😉 ❤ 2w
Scochrane26 @keepingupwiththepenguins I‘m usually not up late enough to watch the Daily Show, so I‘ve started listening to the podcast, not all the time, but at least 2 a week. I wish I could listen to his personal podcast, but it‘s on a site you have to pay for. 2w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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This book is a #MUSTRead! Henrietta Lacks cells were taken from her body, without her consent and grown in a lab for years after she passed away from cancer. They still grow today. They have been used in innumerable medical advances from the polio vaccine to experiments with cell cloning, shot into space and bombed in atomic tests to see how cells reacted... they have literally traveled the globe and far beyond. Without her cells, ... (Cont.⤵️)

Riveted_Reader_Melissa (Cont.)... medical research would flounder, BUT the family was never notified. Her children were separated after her death and lived in poverty, even at the time of this book they could not afford health insurance and some were drowning in medical debt. And in the lacks medical days of that time, their personal information was released, their mothers medical records, and as science continued her (and their) DNA. This book explores both the.... 2w
Hazel2019 @Riveted_Reader_Melissa this is probably my favorite book of all time! And I‘m not even that big on nonfiction. 2w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa ...amazing discoveries of scientific advancement, and the horrors of medical experimentation in the 1940‘s and 50‘s specifically on the African American population. And it brings it all forward into some of the intense medical ethics and quandaries that we are still dealing with and will be for a long time to come. 2w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @Hazel2019 It‘s extraordinary and excellent! 2w
kspenmoll Great review. After reading the book, my family had a chance to meet the author & hear her grandchildren tell their family ‘s journey. We have wonderful photos with them as keepsakes. 2w
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @kspenmoll That‘s wonderful! 2w
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