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An African in Greenland | Tt-Michel Kpomassie
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I‘m liking your priorities, Tété-Michel!

Sleepswithbooks Yesssssss!!!! 📚 2d
Soubhiville Happens to the best of us! 2d
RebelReader The struggle is real! 2d
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MicheleinPhilly This will be @Cinfhen when she flies home! 😉 1d
Hooked_on_books @MicheleinPhilly She‘s a smart woman! Who needs clothes? 😂 1d
Cinfhen #relatable xxx 😘 1d
Cinfhen I literally packed an entire wheely bag with ONLY books @MicheleinPhilly ( it‘s my carry on!!!) #Essentials 🫶🏼 18h
Megabooks 💯💯 5h
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“It‘s called getting ready for winter” #LitsyHumor 😂 #Relatable 🥰 Couldn‘t resist sharing….Especially thought of you @squirrelbrain

tpixie Adorable! #LittenSquirrels 2mo
DuckOfDoom Cute! 2mo
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CoffeeAndABook That‘s me 😅😇😂 😘😘 2mo
squirrelbrain Of course! We need *all* the books for winter! @tpixie @cinfhen 2mo
tpixie @squirrelbrain 🐿️ 📚📚📚📚📚🐿️ 2mo
Cinfhen 😂😂 @tpixie @squirrelbrain @CoffeeAndABook It‘s definitely my current mood @DuckOfDoom 2mo
Bluebird 😂😂😍 2mo
Centique I‘d like to move in to that tree! 😍 2mo
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Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Chapter 29:
Jane finally finds a temporary abode in the Moor House. Diana and Mary welcomes and takes care of her. St. John‘s “charitable”, albeit stern for a 28 year old. I guess being a parson requires a certain level of maturity. Jane hopes to find a job soon and be away so as to not impose herself too much on them. St. John‘s only happy to help her out (seems so) while his sisters want to dote on her like a “half frozen bird.”

BarkingMadRead Not sure how I feel about St John quite yet! 2mo
lauraisntwilder Loved this line: "To that bed I seemed to have grown; I lay on it motionless as a stone; and to have torn me from it would have been almost to kill me." #relatable 2mo
i.besteph @BarkingMadRun me neither! 😬 2mo
i.besteph @lauraisntwilder hahaha yes! Relatable even a whole century+ later 😂👏🏽💯 2mo
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I can finally finish my series!!!!

peanutnine 🤣🤣 #relatable 3mo
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Picture a group of bookstore-hopping #NashvilleLittens. It was time to leave #Parnassus, and I couldn‘t make a decision, so I panicked-grabbed this for the incredible cover. A solid decision. What an intriguing premise! Some stories were a bit lengthy and dry, but overall, this is a fascinating look into what compels humans to venture into ethical gray areas, and sometimes criminal territory, in the name of science.

mollyrotondo Oh I didn‘t know he had a new book out. I‘ll have to pick this up! 4mo
britt_brooke @mollyrotondo Hope you enjoy! 4mo
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I don‘t know why this panel was so funny to me this morning 🤣🥐 #Mood

Ruthiella 😂😂😂 5mo
Adventures-of-a-French-Reader I'm always in the mood for a good croissant 🥐 5mo
Tera66 This is me before work everyday 😄 5mo
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True Story | Kate Reed Petty
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Like mother, Like daughter 😁My daughter is packing 3 books for our 2 night getaway #Relatable 😉Wishing everyone a lovely weekend & for those in the US, enjoy the long holiday weekend 🎉🎉🎉

DivineDiana What fun! 💖 5mo
BarbaraBB I hope she‘ll love True Story! 5mo
Megabooks N has great taste! 5mo
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Suet624 I just did that for a 3-night get away. 3mo
Cinfhen Hope you have/ had a wonderful time @Suet624 3mo
Suet624 I laid on a couch and watched the US Open tennis with a friend. I‘m fried from too much life. Work, Lyme, obligations. Too much. So it was good but definitely not what had been planned. 😍 3mo
Cinfhen Sometimes hanging on the couch with a friend is the BEST way to unwind for a few days @Suet624 but BOO on the Lyme !! 3mo
Suet624 So true. We had some very nice chats. 3mo
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King John | William Shakespeare
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King John Act IV - #shakespearereadalong

One summary: Arthur will die. No he won‘t! Yes he was killed. No he wasn‘t. He‘s fine. Um, he‘s dead.

Another: KJ undermines his weak popular support, just as the French are invading, by having his nephew killed. While KJ and Hubert wrestle with their souls and responsibility, the Bastard tries to figure out what to do. Oh - the moms are dead too.

Such a deranged act. Thoughts? Has the Bard lost you?

GingerAntics Deranged sums it up perfectly. So many deaths suddenly. It‘s so odd. 6mo
vlwelser Deranged for sure. 6mo
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TheBookHippie Deranged and quite odd. 6mo
merelybookish The scene when Arthur dies. 😳😂🥴 Monty Python couldn't do it better. 6mo
jewright Wow! King John can‘t make up his mind. Arthur, why are you jumping off walls? And that scene with the eyes. 🤢 (edited) 6mo
batsy "Oh, the mums are dead too"—I shouldn't laugh, but ? The Arthur scene was poor comedy & if I get to meet Shakespeare in the afterlife I'd ask him if he had a good laugh while writing that. I've given up trying to parse the plot, but I'm still enjoying the language. Had a #relatable moment with KJ when he says, "Do not seek to stuff my head with more ill news, for it is full." 6mo
Graywacke @GingerAntics @vlwelser @TheBookHippie @merelybookish @jewright @batsy I was thinking we had a great play until this act. I like to imagine that WS was forced to change his plot, that originally he had KJ properly killing Arthur such as he did in the mythology …err, I mean history. And in my same imaginative trend, this weird back and forth game with Arthur‘s death came out. But maybe WS was just having fun. What would Monty Python do? 6mo
GingerAntics @Graywacke 🤣😂🤣 yes, I feel like Shakes could team up with the Monty Python crew and make some real modern comedies. 6mo
TheBookHippie @Graywacke I think he was having fun but why? I agree with @batsy the language is still good 🤣💯🎉. @GingerAntics I‘d love to hear him now he‘d have so much to work with! 6mo
batsy @TheBookHippie @Graywacke Was he just really really really enjoying the ale, malmsley, and mead while writing this? 😆🍻 6mo
TheBookHippie @batsy ooo that‘s a thought ! 6mo
GingerAntics @TheBookHippie right? So many things he can say now he couldn‘t have back then. It would be brilliant. Terry Jones‘s medieval lit and Will‘s early modern lit would really make quite the combo. 6mo
GingerAntics @batsy @TheBookHippie @Graywacke that honestly sounds plausible. Perhaps he was doing “Dry January” when he wrote the first three acts, or it was lent… then we hit February or Easter and he was so excited to have the ale and mead back he over did it a bit while writing act four. 6mo
Graywacke @GingerAntics @batsy @TheBookHippie this article implies KJ was a rewrite - they argue a rewrite of his own earlier work. (It‘s 35 pages 😁) https://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/wp-content/uploads/Oxfordian2010_trouble... 6mo
GingerAntics @Graywacke this is the rewrite?! I‘m terrified to see the original. 6mo
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Two more books finished this week. The rest are in various but mostly early stages of completion. This week myspouse finally realized he needs a new phone, and that endeavor ate up far more time than I expected.

Cinfhen That made me giggle…new phone shopping shouldn‘t be so complicated and yet…. #Relatable 😜😂 6mo
Cathythoughts I find the‘ new phone‘ a very stressful operation. And yes it takes so long 🙄. Sounds like your spouse is sorted for now 👍🏻😁 6mo
Susanita @Cathythoughts @Cinfhen It‘s especially fun when he asks me how to do something on his Samsung, knowing that I have an iPhone. 🤦🏻‍♀️😀 6mo
Cinfhen Men🙄 6mo
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The Change: A Novel | Kirsten Miller
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Well well well…… I can already tell I‘m going to LOVE this one 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 @Cinfhen

Clwojick I JUST seen this one at the bookstore 20 minutes ago. Dang it! I knew I should‘ve picked it up! I just love the cover! 😍 6mo
CBee @Clwojick never too late to go back and grab it 😁 6mo
Cinfhen It was FUNTASTIC!!! Enjoy 😊 we both got lucky with our June spin💚 6mo
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CBee @Cinfhen it‘s kinda perfect for me at this point in my life 😂 6mo
Cinfhen #Relatable 😁❣️😂 6mo
Clwojick I‘m going to see if I can find it on Scribd, otherwise I just might! 6mo
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