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Balibee146
Terciel & Elinor | Garth Nix
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Can't wait to return to The Old Kingdom for the story of Sabriel's parents.
Cosy blanket and cup of tea at the ready and the sound of rain outside #bliss #currentlyreading #nextread

TrishB Enjoy ❤️ 6mo
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damselsgotballs
the hate you give | Angie Thomas
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Up next..📚🍻
#nextread #bibliophile #bookworm #booknerd #lovebooks #lovereading

You're doing great.

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damselsgotballs
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Sherman Alexie tells the story of Junior, a budding cartoonist growing up on the Spokane Indian Reservation. Determined to take his future into his own hands, Junior leaves his troubled school on the rez to attend an all-white farm town high school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.

This is completely different from what I've explored so far (Which is not much, I think) but I'm really excited for this. 🍻📚
#nextread #bibliophile

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damselsgotballs
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I kinda needed a breath of fresh air, so here I am. This is the first book of the 'All Souls Trilogy'. And I'm hoping to complete the series before the 15th.
What did you (those who've read it) think of it?
📚🍻
#nextread #bibliophile #bookworm #booknerd #lovebooks #lovereading

You're doing great.

Zuhkeeyah I love this trilogy! I hope you enjoy it ☺️ 9mo
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damselsgotballs
Letters to the Lost | Brigid Kemmerer
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You know that feeling when you can just feel it in your bones that 'this will be a story worth remembering' and 'I'm gonna have the time of my life reading this one'? that's how I'm feeling right now. Now that I've finally decided my #nextread.
#bibliophile #reading #lovebooks #booktography #photography #booknerd #bookworm
What did you guys think of this one? No spoilers though.🍻📚

You're doing great.

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damselsgotballs
Outlander | Diana Gabaldon
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I finished reading Outlander and it's simply the best book I've ever read (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️+) It's really big so you can actually see the characters relationship develop and the story is just beautiful
After I finished it like any normal #bibliophile I went searching for my #nextread that is #bookhunting and then I'm faced with the most common dilemma of deciding which book to read first so here I am #bookreccomendation needed ASAP

You're doing great.

rwmg The only one I've read is Eleanor Oliphant but I highly recommend it 10mo
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kathytrithardt
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Question of the Day: How do you pick your next read? #QotD

I usually have a readathon or challenge that dictates a lot of my reading, and other than that I go on what I have access to and what I feel up to reading.⁣

#NextRead⁣ Don't forget to tag me if you make a response post.

[ID: white text block with daily question over a background of multicoloured, drawn books.]

audraelizabeth Mine is the same 10mo
JenaJenkins If I go to add something to my Goodreads TBR list and find that it‘s already on there - I usually try to make that one of my next books. I also try to stay on top of buzzy middle grade books and state award winners that I might want to feature in my school library. 10mo
Gissy Mostly I‘m a season reader but I try to add in my tbr different genres, old books I owned, specially sequels and books received in swaps. I try to match a the book themes with different readathon prompts. All these elements are part of my 2021 goals. 10mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit Sometimes my choice is made based on group reads I‘m participating in. I choose audiobooks based on books that sound engaging but not very complex, like horror and thrillers. I choose from my tbr based on how often I see the book mentioned. If a book has been on my tbr a long time and is frequently referenced by my friends, I know I need to get it read so I can participate in discussions. 10mo
Reggie Wherever the reading wind blows me. 10mo
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