Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
Avidreader25

Avidreader25

Joined February 2016

LibraryThing member bookworm12

TinyCat library

Coffee addict. ☕️ World traveler. 🌎 Theatre lover. 🎭 Magazine editor, wife, mom to two girls and a pup. avidreader25.blogspot.com
review
Avidreader25
post image
Mehso-so

This one reminded me way too much of One Day. In both, 2 peoples‘ lives continue to cross paths after a memorable encounter. The thing that drives me nuts about the stories is that everyone else ends up being an obstacle for the pair to get together. It makes huge life decisions seem inconsequential & reduces them to being a speed bump in someone else‘s story. Regardless, it‘s very readable and I love the main friendship between Sarah and Laurie.

review
Avidreader25
post image
Mehso-so

Miranda returns to her home when her estranged uncle dies and leaves her a bookstore. Threads of Shakespeare‘s Tempest are worked through the entire book, which I enjoyed. I felt like the big twist at the end was a bit too predictable and it took a long time to get to it. The scavenger hunt was fun, but I didn‘t feel invested in some of the characters relationships. A good read if your expectations aren‘t too high.

review
Avidreader25
Farmer Boy | Laura Ingalls Wilder
post image
Pickpick

I still can‘t believe I never read this series growing up. It‘s fun to read it with my daughter now. We meet Almanzo and hear about his time as a child on his family‘s farm. They raised sheep, planted crops, and learned about life. Each chapter covers a fun vignette, from a prize-winning pumpkin to a week without their parents at home, the adventures are sweet.

megnews ❤️ 7d
30 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
Avidreader25
The Royal We | Heather Cocks, Jessica Morgan
post image
Pickpick

This one was so fun and just hit the spot. I didn‘t want to put it down. It‘s a novel loosely based on Kate and William‘s royal relationship. It‘s definitely fiction, but it‘s a lot of fun. Bex and Nick meet at Oxford. Despite his royal status and the fact that she‘s an American, they fall in love. Their siblings, Freddie and Lacey, and his responsibilities cause some major road blocks for the couple. A great light read.

Reagan-reads There is a sequel coming out 😍 2w
Avidreader25 @Reagan-reads No way! I didn‘t know that. 2w
30 likes2 comments
quote
Avidreader25
post image

“Our time is coldly impatient of death‘s toll.”

“Meetings transform me into a seething misanthrope with violent tendencies. I want to punch anyone who talks too much.”

“Yahrzeit means year‘s time & it refers to the anniversary of a loved one‘s death.”

“Holidays celebrate the repetitive nature of time, it‘s continuities, it‘s cycles. Holidays are respites, giving us the chance to pause & reflect upon all of the days we didn‘t count dear enough.”

21 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

This nonfiction book is written by a civil rights lawyer about his time fighting for the rights of death row prisoners. I had no idea it would be so powerful and moving. The book focuses on one main prisoner, Walter, but includes dozens of stories of other broken preteens and mentally ill individuals who have been imprisoned for life. It demonstrates the difference one person can make.

“Each of us is more than the worst thing we‘ve ever done.”

DivineDiana Yes, very powerful! 3w
26 likes2 stack adds1 comment
blurb
Avidreader25
Lift | Kelly Corrigan
post image

April was a great reading month. I finished rereading the final three books in the Harry Potter series. I also participated in the @DeweysReadathon which is always a blast!

rather_be_reading 👏👏 3w
Kristy_K Great job!!! 3w
21 likes2 comments
review
Avidreader25
Little Women | Jennifer Adams
post image
Pickpick

This version of Little Women, geared towards ages 3-5, is a huge hit at our house!

MicheleinPhilly Her face. 😍 3w
25 likes2 comments
review
Avidreader25
Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus
post image
Mehso-so

A high school student & her twin brother move in w/their grandma when their mom is sent to rehab. When another student goes missing, the town is a buzz w/ memories of 2 other girls who went missing years before. I was a bit disappointed in this one. It felt predictable & having one of the characters obsessed w/true crime felt like a distraction rather than a plot point. I really loved the author‘s 1st, One of Us Is Lying, and would recommend it.

blurb
Avidreader25
Little Women | Louisa M. Alcott
post image

This week our daughter, Grace Josephine, was born on Shakespeare‘s birthday and World Book Day. My bookworm in the making gets her middle name from Jo March (bonus for Jo Rowling too)! We‘re in love. 💙

Shaneyney I love it! Congratulations 4w
Shaneyney My daughter is named Heidi, after my favorite childhood book 4w
Jerdencon Congrats!!! 4w
See All 16 Comments
Lcsmcat ❤️ Congratulations! She‘s beautiful! 4w
readordierachel Congratulations! 4w
BkClubCare Congratulations!! 4w
Tamra Sweet!! 4w
Elizabeth2 She‘s perfect! Congratulations! 💗 You have so much joy ahead of you! 4w
MaureenMc 💕💕 4w
smilingshelves Congrats! She's adorable! 4w
tournevis Congratulations! 😍😍😍😍 4w
erzascarletbookgasm Congratulations! 🍼 4w
batsy Congratulations ❤️❤️ 4w
Kalalalatja Congratulations 💕 4w
BarbaraBB How cute. Congratulations! Enjoy 💕 4w
BookwormM Congratulations beautiful baby 4w
35 likes1 stack add16 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I joked with my husband that as soon as I finished rereading the series we would go into labor. I was right. Only 24 hrs later we were headed to the hospital and welcomed our second daughter. Rereading this series was such a perfect treat while I was pregnant. I‘ll never get tired of these wonderful characters.

thereadingunicorn Congratulations ! 4w
xicanti Congratulations! 4w
Jeannineth Congrats 4w
BookwormM Congratulations 4w
28 likes5 comments
review
Avidreader25
March: Book One | John Robert Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell
post image
Pickpick

I read Book One and Two in this graphic novel series and was drawn in by John Lewis‘ first hand account of his role in the civil rights movement. Beginning with his time on a chicken farm as a child and interspersed with scenes from Obama‘s inauguration, the series follows nonviolent sit-ins, marches, freedom riders and more. It‘s heartbreaking and powerful. Can‘t wait to read the next book.

28 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
post image
Mehso-so

This is a nonfiction look at female pirates throughout history. I loved learning about the incredibly strong women who overcame everything from being sold in marriage to rape & became sea-faring warriors instead. Grace O'Malley was one of my favorites & I wish I could have been a fly on the wall when she met Queen Elizabeth. The author gets side tracked at times, discussing films & the slant that male historians have give to these women's stories.

24 likes3 stack adds
review
Avidreader25
Dear Mrs. Bird | A J Pearce
post image
Pickpick

London during WWII was a fascinating time for young women. This story follows an ambitious woman who finds herself typing up letters for an advice column. It's full of British charm, though it doesn't shy away from the horrors of war. I felt like it could have been edited a bit shorter, but really enjoyed it regardless.

review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

This will always be my favorite book in the series. I love the depth we get as we learn more about Voldemort‘s past, and Dumbledore and Snape. Harry has to grow up a lot in this book and it sets the stage for the final conflict. But at the same time it‘s the sweet final year at Hogwarts and there is plenty of normal teenage strife. Plus scenes like the one with the muggle prime minister are so fun!

MicheleinPhilly Ollie is like, “Really mama, really?” ☺️ 1mo
tjwill That one is my favorite too! 1mo
Avidreader25 @MicheleinPhilly 😂 Right! Geez mom, no more pictures! 1mo
Avidreader25 @tjwill So many wonderful parts! 1mo
25 likes1 stack add4 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Panpan

A strange play that didn‘t feel very realistic to me. The plot wasn‘t believable and left me feeling skeptical. A middle-aged couple has their life thrown into turmoil when their best friends up here and decide to move in because of an unnamed terror that is making them anxious. Toss in an alcoholic sister and an adult daughter on her fourth marriage who wants to move back home as well and watch the conflict ensue.

ladym30 What a sweet face! 2mo
mreads 💋🐕😄 2mo
Avidreader25 @ladym30 @mreads Can‘t believe I caught him kissing baby toes! 2mo
Erofan 😆❤🐶 2mo
25 likes4 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I‘ve loved the original version for years, so I was nervous to reread it as a graphic novel. It was so wonderfully done, I shouldn‘t have been worried at all. I love that the illustrations are slightly different for Offred‘s time in Gilead, versus her memories from the past. To me, nothing is quite as powerful as reading the original text, but for fans of the book I‘d highly recommend checking out this graphic novel as well.
#readathon #deweyApril

36 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I‘m a big fan of Vonnegut‘s work. I loved all of his references to his hometown, Indianapolis, since I‘m from there too. This collection of commencement speeches is a bit repetitive, but still so much fun to listen to.

#readathon #deweyApril

review
Avidreader25
The Night of the Iguana | Tennessee Williams
post image
Mehso-so

Williams was an expert at writing broken characters. “I still say that I‘m not a bird, Mr. Shannon, I‘m a human being and when a member of that fantastic species builds a nest in the heart of another, the question of permanence isn‘t the first or even the last thing that‘s considered.” #readathon #deweyApril

readordierachel Lovely reading spot! 2mo
Avidreader25 @readordierachel Thanks! It‘s our front porch and the weather was perfect today! 2mo
ReadingSusan What a nice view! There was too much pollen here today to sit outside 😭 2mo
Avidreader25 @ReadingSusan It was beautiful out, but my allergies are definitely acting up now. 😆 2mo
31 likes4 comments
blurb
Avidreader25
Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
post image

1) Indianapolis, IN

2) The brand new graphic novel of The Handmaid's Tale and Lift by Kelly Corrigan. 

3) I'm pregnant... so all of them, but definitely dark chocolate pretzels. 

4) My second kiddo is due in exactly one month! I also love to travel, have been to 16 countries, and I review live theatre in the Midwest.

5) I will be resting a lot more. Being pregnant means my energy level is a lot lower than normal. #readathon #deweysreadathon

BkClubCare Go! Read! Go!! Happy Readathon 2mo
20 likes1 comment
review
Avidreader25
Lift | Kelly Corrigan
post image
Pickpick

Finished my first book of the readathon. A woman writes a letter to her two young daughters, so of course 10 minutes in and I‘m crying. “So girls, will you please believe me when I tell you that I love you enough to take in the full reality of your life? That I can understand the things you think I can‘t and I can see and know and embrace every bit of you, full frame, no cropping? #readathon #deweyApril @DeweysReadathon

mreads ❤🐕❤ 2mo
34 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
Avidreader25
The Lost Man | Jane Harper
post image
Pickpick

The book opens as two men examine the dead body of their brother. Though I didn‘t love this one quite as much as her other two, I was still completely sucked in. She describes the Australian outback in such a visceral way. The tension builds beautifully. Can‘t wait to see what she writes next.

janeycanuck I read this in winter and when I finished, I looked outside and was shocked to see snow. Her writing is just so vivid, you feel like you are right there! 2mo
Avidreader25 @janeycanuck Yes! It was snowing outside and I could feel the heat of the Outback beating down. 2mo
26 likes2 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

So much happens in this book! But the main thing I always take away is that Umbridge is one of the greatest villains of all time. Her sickly sweet nature, her belief that the ends justify the means, the fact that she is prejudiced against anyone different from herself, ugh. She‘s the worst!

32 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
Little House in the Big Woods | Laura Ingalls Wilder
post image
Pickpick

Somehow I missed reading these when I was younger. I‘m rectifying that now by listening to the series on audio with my three-year-old. I love the detailed descriptions of their life. Hunting, household chores, dangerous animals in the woods, all told from a child‘s point of view. Even simple life becomes fascinating. Cherry Jones narrates the books and she‘s just perfect!

review
Avidreader25
Babymoon | Hayley Barrett
post image
Pickpick

I‘m currently pregnant with my 2nd kiddo & this incredibly sweet book is such a treat. The author captures those quiet moments at home with a newborn as you establish your new family.
Each page has rhyming lines like,
“Familiar lullabies to croon.
This gentle time, our baby moon.”

The illustrations are lovely. From baby‘s tiny yawn to a curious puppy, they are filled with love. I‘ll be getting copies of this one for friends that are expecting!

LeahBergen Congratulations to you! ❤️ 2mo
Ddzmini Congratulations 🎉🎊🎈 2mo
Avidreader25 @LeahBergen @Ddzmini Thanks guys! Only a few weeks to go. 2mo
26 likes3 comments
blurb
Avidreader25
post image

March reading went well! My post on my favorite books of the year so far is up at the link below. What books have you loved so far in 2019?

http://avidreader25.blogspot.com/?m=1

review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

My favorite thing in this book are the moments when Harry feels like he has a family. He now has Sirius & the Weasleys, they give him strength. When he writes a letter to Sirius, stays @ the Burrow, & Bill and Mrs. Weasley show up to support him at the Triwizard tournament, etc.

“Mrs. Weasley set the potion down on the bedside cabinet, bent down, & put her arms around Harry. He had no memory of ever being hugged like this, as though by a mother.”

mreads ❤🐕❤ 2mo
29 likes1 comment
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I always loved the darker and deeper turn the series took in this book. 💙

review
Avidreader25
Meet Me at the Museum | Anne Youngson
post image
Pickpick

I‘m a sucker for epistolary novels and this is a sweet one. An English woman, Tina and museum employee in Denmark, Anders become pen pals. Tina has always wanted to visit the museum to see the Tollund Man. It‘s a quiet story, filled with simple moments they share from their lives. I really enjoyed it.
"We should look inside ourselves for fulfillment. It is not fair to burden children or grandchildren with the obligation to make us whole."

review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

Bedrest while pregnant = extra time to read old favorites. I‘m work my way through this series again. This one has always been my least favorite, but I still love it.

mreads ❤🐕❤ 2mo
Lcsmcat I was on bed rest for the last month of my first pregnancy and my husband went to the library for me literally EVERY day. I was so bored! Take care of both of you. ❤️ 2mo
Avidreader25 @Lcsmcat That‘s a good husband! I‘m 33 weeks right now and it‘s so hard to just sit! 2mo
38 likes1 stack add3 comments
review
Avidreader25
The Dreamers | Karen Walker
post image
Pickpick

Station Eleven, Severance, Bird Box, and so many others have recently tackled the idea of an epidemic that cripples society. Dreamers does the same thing, but on a smaller more intimate scale. A sleeping disease is spreading through a small town and as more victims succumb, the remaining survivors live in a state of fear. The writing is lyrical and fittingly dream-like. (Con‘t in comments)

Avidreader25 It was beautiful, but not at all what I was expecting. Though the fear of what's happening is real, it never has the same sense of urgency. The book intentionally meanders through the crisis, reporting what happens, but focusing more on the emotions of the people in the midst of the drama. 2mo
Reviewsbylola I love the three books you mentioned and I enjoyed this one too, although I think I liked her first book more! 2mo
Avidreader25 @Reviewsbylola I‘ll have to check out her first book! 2mo
31 likes3 stack adds3 comments
review
Avidreader25
Jane | Aline McKenna
post image
Mehso-so

I love Jane Eyre, but was disappointed in this modern retelling of the story. A young woman moves to NYC and takes a job as a nanny with the mysterious Mr. Rochester. The plot deviates from the original in too many ways and didn‘t make any sense at the end. I did like the development of Jane‘s relationship with little Adele. The artwork was very good, but the overall effect left me empty.

DivineDiana That‘s too bad. The artwork looks delightful, and I love the premise of the story. 😕 2mo
mreads The dogs face 😁❤🐕 2mo
Avidreader25 @DivineDiana I did too! But they decided a Lifetime movie ending would be a better fit. 🤷‍♀️ 2mo
Avidreader25 @mreads Geez Mom, stop taking my picture! 2mo
25 likes4 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

LOVED this sweet book. My three-year-old has asked to read it every day since we got it. Such a lovely story and the illustrations are so beautiful and detailed. It‘s been a few years since I saw the short film it‘s based on, but it‘s still a delight.

wordzie Awww ❤❤ 2mo
AllieLovesBooks Saving this for the kids in my class! It looks so cute! 📚 2mo
Avidreader25 @AllieLovesBooks It‘s such a good one! 2mo
25 likes1 stack add3 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I have read these books so many times in my life. But when things are particularly tough for whatever reason, they are always the first comfort read I reach for. Grateful to return to these characters again. ⚡️

Nute Understood! 2mo
25 likes1 comment
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

Daniel, & Natasha meet in NYC on the day she's supposed to be deported. He's a romantic, she loves logic. They both have complicated family relationships & instant chemistry with each other. The story works, though there are some far-fetched coincidences.

I loved that it includes all sorts of tangents into the lives of people we barely meet. Everyone has their own history and I loved the glimpses into their lives. A fun and satisfying read.

23 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I will never get tired of Flavia de Luce & Dogger. This 10th addition to the series begins with the wedding of her sister. I adore the audio of these books. As always with this series, the plot matters less to me than the interaction between the main characters. I've heard this is the final book in the series & I hope that's not true.

“Humility is a most excellent barometer and ought to be looked for in all those we are made to look up to.”

wordzie ❤ the quote ☺ 2mo
25 likes1 stack add1 comment
review
Avidreader25
Belles on Their Toes | Frank B. Gilbreth, Ernestine Gilbreth Carey
post image
Pickpick

In the sequel to Cheaper by the Dozen we learn what happens to the family after the patriarch unexpectedly passes away. Their incredible mother holds the family together as she tours the country lecturing on efficiency. Meanwhile the kids get up to all sorts of hijinks. Loved it. I have so much respect for the mother and I can‘t believe she really did all of that! What an amazing woman!

“It‘s a mistake ever to think of yourself as indispensable.”

Linsy Pretty! ❄️ 3mo
MsShanOD I loved these books when I discovered them as a teenager. The movies were fun too. 3mo
Avidreader25 @MsShanOD I didn‘t realize until recently that there was a sequel! 3mo
MsShanOD @avidreader25 I still remember trying to work out "Who died?" in Cheaper by the Dozen. 2mo
24 likes1 stack add4 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I‘ve loved following Knisley‘s career in her wonderful graphic memoirs. Since I‘m currently pregnant, this one was particularly perfect timing. She blends historical facts about pregnancy & childbirth with her own difficult experience. She‘s honest and open about her pain & doubt. Her birth experience might have been extreme, but her pregnancy and miscarriages are all too relatable. I loved it.

“I don‘t feel good. Can I have some nachos, please?”

ManyWordsLater I love your reads! 2mo
Avidreader25 @ManyWordsLater Aww thanks! So many good books, so little time. 2mo
35 likes2 comments
review
Avidreader25
Convenience Store Woman | Sayaka Murata
post image
Mehso-so

A quirky short novel about a 36-year-old woman who works in a convenience store. She's not "normal" by society's standards and has a hard time understanding the expectations of others and has no desire to follow a traditional path. In a small way it reminded me of Melville's "Bartleby the Scrivener".

“The normal world has no room for exceptions and always quietly eliminates foreign objects.“

blurb
Avidreader25
post image

February was a great reading month! I had to read a ton of plays for the national new play committee I am on, but I also fit in a lot of great books I‘ve been wanting to get to. I even managed to read more off my own shelf, which is one of my goals this year.

review
Avidreader25
Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
post image
Pickpick

The author was raised by Mormon survivalists on an Idaho mountain. I was so impressed with how she tells her story. Despite shocking details and abuse, she unfolds a tale that‘s so visceral. It's easy to lose the humanity of the oppressors in a telling like that, but I always felt that she didn't hate her family in a way that would have been understandable. It's a heartbreaking story, but one that is beautifully written and so compelling.

34 likes2 stack adds
quote
Avidreader25
Ordinary People | Judith Guest
post image

“How do you stay open, when nobody mentions anything, when everybody is careful not to mention it?”

“Depending upon the reality one must face, one may prefer to opt for illusion.”

“Grief is ugly. It‘s isolating. It‘s not something to be shared w/others.”

“Without speaking now, without looking at each other, they sit on opposite sides of the small, cosy living room, the silence between them far from empty. It is hostile. Full of unspoken words.”

16 likes2 stack adds
blurb
Avidreader25
The Library | Andrew Lang
post image

Just redid my home library and I love it! 💙

robinb Beautiful! ♥️ 3mo
JacqMac Very nice! 😍 3mo
Tamra Love it! 3mo
See All 10 Comments
Chelseabillups30 I‘ll be coming back to you when I have an apartment or house that has room for a library!! Well done!! 3mo
Kaye The browns and greens are pretty. 3mo
BarbaraBB Wow 😍 3mo
CouronneDhiver Lovely!!! 3mo
irre Nice!! 3mo
Lcsmcat Lovely! 3mo
janeycanuck Gorgeous! 3mo
31 likes10 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

Barbara, a cranky spinster tells the story of her fellow teacher, Sheba, who has an affair with her underaged student. The unreliable narrator reminded me so much of The Talented Mr. Ripley. Both have an unhealthy obsession with someone else and an inflated sense of their importance. It‘s a well-written page turner.

“You never appreciate what a compost your memory is until you start trying to smooth the past events into a rational sequence.”

Lcsmcat I loved this, and the movie starring Judi Dench. 3mo
mreads 🐕❤ 3mo
batsy What @Lcsmcat said! 3mo
Avidreader25 @Lcsmcat @batsy I loved that too! I normally read the book first, but I don‘t think this list anything in reading it after seeing the film. 3mo
29 likes4 stack adds4 comments
review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

This is technically a post-apocalyptic book, but the Shen fever that leaves much of the world dead or incapacitated is hardly the point. Candace is the millennial daughter of Chinese immigrants. Her experience both before the outbreak and after reflects on immigration, consumerism, social connection, and so much more. She is oddly detached, but the writing is so enthralling it‘s hard to look away.

review
Avidreader25
post image
Pickpick

I adored this! It was just like chatting with a good friend about our mutual love of books. Almost everything she said reminded me of my own bookish habits and struggles. It was short and sweet and I know I‘ll read it again.

“If my real life reminds me of something I‘ve read in a book, I‘m reading well and I‘m probably living well.”

33 likes1 stack add
review
Avidreader25
The Night Circus | Erin Morgenstern
post image
Pickpick

Every single time I read this one I love it more. This is my fourth time reading it and it‘s so wonderful. I love the vivid world she created. This time around, I particularly enjoyed the descriptions of the circus that are interspersed in between chapters focusing on the story. Can‘t wait to read her new book!

irre Can‘t wait to read her new book!! I‘m a little worried I‘ll be disappointed. (edited) 3mo
Avidreader25 @irre I‘m worried too. It will be hard to come close to this incredible book. 3mo
janeycanuck Have you ever listened to the audio? I loved the narrator, I found myself listening with my jaw hanging open more than once! 3mo
Avidreader25 @janeycanuck I listen to the audio this time! My other three reads of it were all in print, so this was a new delight. 3mo
30 likes4 comments
review
Avidreader25
Once Upon a River | Diane Setterfield
post image
Pickpick

An English pub, a bedraggled man, a storyteller, a photographer, a village nurse, a parson‘s housekeeper, a couple whose toddler was kidnapped, a farmer with clever pigs, and a river; layer upon layer is added as the story unfolds. Though there seemed like a lot of disconnected threads at first, the author brings them together in the end. I‘d highly recommend taking time to sink in and enjoy this one. Its beautifully crafted and a wonderful yarn.

34 likes2 stack adds
review
Avidreader25
post image
Mehso-so

This series is always a great palate cleanser for me. The audiobooks are excellent and each new mystery gives us a little more info on Kinsey‘s background. A random memory of “pirates” leads a man to hire Kinsey to try and solve a cold case of a kidnapped little girl. The hippie couple were obnoxious, but it was interesting to switch to different points of view and time periods in the story. I loved learning more about the aunt who raised Kinsey.

blurb
Avidreader25
post image

Classics, nonfiction, gothic mystery, graphic novels, I love so many genres! Great question @britt_brooke
1. Jane Austen
2. Neil Gaiman
3. Lucy Knisley
4. William Shakespeare
5. Bill Bryson

britt_brooke Great choices! Thanks for playing along. 💚 3mo
Avidreader25 @britt_brooke So many of yours are my favorite authors! 3mo
CouronneDhiver Interesting variety here! 3mo
22 likes4 comments