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anniebannanie
Pickpick

The reason I‘m reading Shakespeare is because I‘m taking a class on him this semester. But I did enjoy this one!

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Susanita
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1. I don‘t like waiting. Especially waiting for others to do things that only they can do, that will take them five minutes, and the absence of their task is preventing me from completing my task. I cope by venting and whining, and by finding other things to do.
2. Everyone should have the opportunity to visit a place that takes them out of their comfort zone.
#wondrouswednesday

Suet624 Yes to all of this!!! 1w
Eggs Oh # 1 !!! I totally agree 💯 1w
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Kmacthelibrarian
We All Play | Julie Flett
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Sarahreadstoomuch
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Panpan

Years ago, one of our teen pages read this and emphatically told me not to - it was boring and nothing happens. I thought, “oh no, this poor high school kid - he doesn‘t get it, it supposedly a VERY BIG DEAL as far as plays go”. Well, friends, I read it. It IS boring and NOTHING happens and I should‘ve just listened to that student long ago. Lesson learned.

mdemanatee We specifically only watched this versus reading this in modern theatre history. I have friends that adore it. I was once asked to play it for a class when my professor was snowed in and hated it even when I didn‘t have to pay attention 😂 I understand it. I know I‘m supposed to be uncomfortable. That the inaction is the point. And I‘m still like “ nope.” (edited) 2w
Sarahreadstoomuch @mdemanatee I‘d like to think that seeing the play would be a bit better somehow than reading it - given the stage direction and such, there could be some funny parts. Maybe? But I don‘t think I‘m going to test that theory. Like ever. 2w
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AvidReader25
Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley | Lauren Gunderson, Margot Melcon
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Pickpick

Such a fun chance to dip into the wildest Bennett sister‘s world. I love that we have a chance to see Lydia mature and learn to take some responsibility for her life. The audio was entertaining, but the music was obnoxious at times and really loud compared to the dialogue. Definitely worth a listen. (Litsy wouldn‘t recognize the correct book, so I tagged another great one.)

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GatheringBooks
This Is My Dollhouse | Giselle Potter
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Mehso-so

#JanuaryJazz Day 19: This dollhouse is evidently store-bought, very precious, with a perfect suburban family with a Mother and Father, Brother and Sister. No make-shift elevators, no cut-out fried eggs or popcorn made of tissue paper – everything is provided for in neat little packages. #NationalPopcornDay. My full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-kbk

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 😍 🍿 2w
Eggs ❤️🍿🥰 2w
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Kshakal
Dinner with Friends | Donald Margulies
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Another lovely evening spent with friends!

Bklover Beautiful smiles! 2w
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Eggs
The Teahouse of the August Moon | John Patrick, Vern Sneider
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect ☕️📚 3w
Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🫖❤️😉 3w
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kezzlou85
An Inspector Calls | J. B. Priestley
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#WinterReadathonDailyChallenge
I just hit my goal for this year. It was 100 but changed it mid year when I realised I wasn't reading as much. Had a few slumps this year but hoping for better next year.
#WinterReadathon
@Andrew65 @DieAReader @GHABI4ROSES

Andrew65 That‘s excellent. Well done and good luck for 2023. 🥳🥳🥳 1mo
Cazxxx Well done 👏🏻 1mo
DieAReader Great job!🥳🥳 1mo
Deblovestoread Well done 🎉🎉🎉 1mo
fredamans 👏 👏 👏 1mo
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kezzlou85
An Inspector Calls | John B. Priestley
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Pickpick

Graphic version of the classic novel. I do love the images in these stories. They come together so well. It really adds to the story and the graphics are really well drawn.

Final book to finish my Goodreads challenge. I lowered it during the year as set it way too high. Glad I hit this one though.