I absolutely loved this story and want to read everything she‘s ever written and I‘m not even a romance person. The heroine has a ferret and a cosplaying fandom. Sold
Hey joe you‘re wrong. Guacamole is delicious
Currently reading and maybe I‘m too new as a mom but so far a lot of the judgmental stuff it touches on is very fresh. I don‘t breastfeed and I did have to go back to work after 7 weeks and I feel terrible about it all.
Charming little book and was a perfect read for when you want a little romance, fantasy and mystery. I look forward to the rest of the trilogy
So I haven‘t been around cause I made this!
I kind of want to have a year of Stephen king challenge. Are there any read a thons or #buddyreads that I can jump in on
How is it possible to hate every character in a book but also love it at the same time.
Does anyone have an recommendations for a fantasy that‘s based on Egyptian mythologies? I‘m surprised that there are not more
So my only reading goal for this year is to finish all the books in my kindle library before buying a new book.
I loved crimson peak and can watch it all day so now I'm in the mood for some gothic horror/romance. What do you recommend?
When you're looking for a work lunch read and realize you're super behind on #BOTM from June-August. You got the juice now...please what should I read
Alright book buddy let's get this party started. Maybe the first week try to read through chapter 9? But I'm super lax and if you're behind it's cool or ahead even better.
1) drink all the white wine and/or sangria
2)based on the first page (or last paragraph)
3) at a beach under an umbrella
4) fantasy novels...most are still about very realistic matters
5) mr Darcy. I think Rochester was a bit of a dickweed. If Jane was a friend IRL and said she was talking to Rochester I would say girl you can do better and love yourself #bookishwouldyourather
Not sure why I didn't think of this but thank you but would anyone be down to do a buddy read with any of these books:
Behold the dreamers
The boy on the bridge
Kings of the wyld
The strange case of the alchemist's daughter
Are there any buddy reads or book club things going on right now? I just want to talk books with other people...reading can be social too
Change of plans...going to #slaythatseriesreadathon with lady Trent.
1. DFW, Texas
2. Out of print sent it in a newsletter and I've been here ever since (on and off during reading slumps)
3. Gone girl. I actually prefer the movie
4. No. I've had a guinea pig and 2 gerbils though. #welcomelitten
War was men's business, not ladies', and they took her attitude as evidence of her femininity.
Oh wow. I think my eyes almost got stuck cause I rolled them so hard. Guys I don't know about this #gwtwreadalong
Should I join the #GWTWReadalong? It will be my first time reading it...I do remember being pretty annoyed at the movie but I can't remember why
I think Peele will make an engaging series with this work. Does anyone else have a recommendation for a book that's similar: mix everyday horrors like racism, sexism, etc with the supernatural
I enjoyed it. It was a fun read and it is a bit dark. Interestingly enough even Belle touched on Stockholm syndrome...and solved the problem of me liking the beast way more than the human prince by just having my stay a beast so yay but also poor sexless Belle
Okay y'all have convinced me. Starting this today