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Wolfsong | Tj Klune
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I feel like TJ Klune needs to be a name in fantasy-lovers households. I wasn‘t expecting much out of this book - don‘t ask me why. I just wasn‘t. I‘ve been on a m/m romance kick, and while some are incredibly lovely, there are a lot of ...ahem, less well-written stories. Not this one. I cried, I laughed, I felt gut-punched. I love this story of a boy named Ox, who might seem slower than others, but gets right to the heart of things. Check it out!

DragonSadhana #lgbtq The main character is a bisexual human, and many secondary characters are fluid in their sexuality. 1y
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The Wonder | Emma Donoghue
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Mehso-so

I liked it, but it didn‘t fill me with wonderment. A Nightingale trained English nurse is called to a case in Ireland of a child who has fasted for four months. The nurse is to watch the child and find out whether it‘s truly a God-given miracle, or if there is some skullduggery about. It‘s twisted. #womenauthors

LaComtesseJamie It was fun but kind of disappointing compared to other stuff of hers I‘ve read. Have you read Slammerkin? I super liked that one. 11mo
DragonSadhana @LaComtesseJamie I did not. I‘ll have to check it out. Nice to see you on here! 11mo
LaComtesseJamie Goodreads wasn‘t for me, so I‘m hoping this can give me more ideas of what to read? 11mo
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This isn‘t an easy book to read, but as I said in an earlier comment, the author‘s protagonist carries you through it. She‘s a futuristic Margaret-Sanger-turned-cowboy-avenger; she‘s a total badass. But, she‘s human, too. She makes mistakes, she has needs and hungers, and she gets terribly lonely and suffers a great deal of heartache.

Also, I‘ve gotta say: Planned Parenthood is my real life hero.
#dystopia #womenauthors #scifi #feminist

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I‘m one third of the way through.

If rape or traumatic childbirth is difficult for you to handle, than this may not be the read for you. I‘m currently pregnant, and one scene had me repeating the mantra, “I‘m okay, and the baby is okay, I‘m okay, and the baby is okay...”
But here‘s the thing: the protagonist is so wonderful that she carries you through it. You get through it.

The unnamed midwife is my motherf-ing hero. #womenauthors

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Station Eleven: A novel | Emily St. John Mandel
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Truly excellent novel. A disease ravages the human population. How will civilization rebuild? Why do songs, stories, art, plays and museums matter? How does one dead man remain the link between seemingly disparate lives? I was pulled in from the very beginning. #womenauthors #readharder2017 #theatre

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Station Eleven | Emily St John Mandel
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So far, so good. (50% in...)

#womenauthors #dystopia

monalyisha Loved this! 2y
Natasha.C.Barnes I liked it too! 2y
DragonSadhana @monalyisha @Natasha.C.Barnes Just finished! Poetic ending. Loved it! 2y
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Natasha.C.Barnes @DragonSadhana Oh man, now I have to remember how it ended...did it go back to an earlier storyline? 2y
DragonSadhana @Natasha.C.Barnes It goes back to Clark in the museum, and he's settling in to read Station Eleven. As he does, he's thinking about the Traveling Symphony heading for the town with electricity. He begins thinking that around the world, there may be people with electricity, with gas, with boats, with ways of rebuilding. It's all beautifully worded. 2y
Natasha.C.Barnes @DragonSadhana Oh yes, that was lovely. I have a tough time with post-apocalyptic anything bc I get very existentially depressed by it all (and terrified of climate change) but this book was too beautiful not to love. 2y
DragonSadhana @Natasha.C.Barnes Totally agree! 2y
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Ella Enchanted | Gail Carson Levine
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After reading NK Jemisin's The Broken Earth trilogy, and Octavia Butler's Kindred, I needed a light romp with a middle grade novel. And what a delight! I've never seen the movie, but I assume the book is better. 😜 #womenauthors #middlegradenovels #sirensreadingchallenge

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Kindred | Octavia E. Butler
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I now understand why I've heard this novel should be placed among literary classics. In a nutshell: A black woman finds herself mysteriously tied to her white slave-owning ancestor. She finds herself leaving her time period for his whenever his need is great. She not only witnesses history, but takes part in moving it along. A powerful and thought provoking story. #diverseauthors #scifi #fantasy #sirensreadingchallenge

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Kindred | Octavia E. Butler
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I just finished the Broken Earth series by NK Jemisin (which was ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ all the way!), and this was next in the pile. So glad to finally get to this classic.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa It's an excellent one too! 2y
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The Fifth Season | N. K. Jemisin
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Ohmygawd. What did I just read? It was so amazing and powerful and sad and I'm too stunned from its glory to even cry. Stunned, I say.

#sirensreadingchallenge #litsyreadingchallenge

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The Fifth Season | N. K. Jemisin
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Yeah_I_Read Ooooo just wait 🤗🤗🤗 2y
CareBear I think I need to bump this up my TBR. 2y
DragonSadhana @Yeah_I_Read I'm nervous and excited all at once! 2y
DragonSadhana @CareBear I waited this long because the third book is out August 16th. So far, it is tremendously good. 2y
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Baba Yaga's Assistant | Marika McCoola
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I really loved this graphic novel. Baba Yaga is a tremendous figure within mythology - a crone who terrifies children and lives in the wilds within a ramshackle house carried by two scaly chicken legs. This story centers around a teen/young woman who is feeling out of place, and decides to apply for the position of Baba Yaga's assistant. Great ending. #sirensreadingchallenge

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Baba Yaga's Assistant | Marika McCoola
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Haven't been on in a while, but I have been reading! I'll have to make updates on the books I've read later. For now, starting on this one for the #sirensreadingchallenge!

elkeo_TheBookDragon Are you going to the Sirens conference? 2y
DragonSadhana @elkeo I'm not, but I do love their reading list. Are you going? (edited) 2y
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Questions, Questions | Marcus Pfister
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1. 7-10, on average
2. I like both. Print feels comfortable, but digital allows me to instantly look up words.
3. Fantasy and memoir.
4. Romance and sports.
5. Misplacing my book!
6. I am transported.
7. I have been known to dogear pages. 🐶
#litsyquestions @GypsyKat

GypsyKat I didn't even think of sports as a genre. That would be pretty low on my list to read too! 2y
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1. Outlander
2. I fail to think of one.
3. I don't think I am invested enough, love triangles can be fun, but mostly I read for the adventure
4. Romance
5. Mr. Darcy
6. Alice Hoffman
7. Love triangle
8. Anything by Cassandra Clare
9. Practical Magic

@Rachael5248 #unpopularopinionsbooktag

2BR02B I put the same answer for #8 😋 2y
elkeo_TheBookDragon I wholeheartedly agree with you on 8 & 9! 2y
DragonSadhana @2BR02B I'm so glad I am not alone! 2y
DragonSadhana @elkeo Right?! 🤘🏽 (edited) 2y
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YAAASSSS.

🙌🏽👍🏾🤘🏽🖖🏻

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The Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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Wow. Wow, wow, wow. This book is a beautifully written gothic tale about a boy and the strange mystery he uncovers about the author of his favorite book. While in pursuit of the truth, Daniel finds himself entangled in a story of tragedy, vengeance, redemption, and danger. #litsyreadingchallenge #rc15 #betterworldbookchallenge #translatedbook

LeeRHarry This is one of my faves, glad you enjoyed it 😊 2y
DragonSadhana @LeeRHarry I would have never have thought to read it if it weren't for these amazing book challenges! 2y
sprainedbrain One of my favorites, also! I read it last year for a challenge and absolutely loved it. ❤️ 2y
DragonSadhana @sprainedbrain Did you try the sequel? I need to read another book for the challenges, but next year I'm going to be reading the sequels to all these books I've read this year! 😂 2y
sprainedbrain @DragonSadhana I have the second and the third on my shelves... haven't read them yet though! 😳 2y
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Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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1. 🍷
2. Cover!
3. Ooohhh...either, really!
4. Fantasy
5. Jane Eyre

#bookishwouldyourather @Kalalalatja

Kalalalatja 👏👏 2y
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#topfivemalecharacters tag!

❄️ Jon Snow
💀 Kaz Brekker
🐕 Buck (The Call of the Wild)
😈 Lestat
✨ Dream (inasmuch as Dream is male)

#rapidfirebooktag
🔥Physical or ebook: Either
🔥Hero or Villian: Complexity is better
🔥Standalone or Series: Both
🔥Last book you bought: The Bone People
🔥First book that comes to mind: The Shadow of the Wind
🔥Film that's better than the book: Practical Magic

The raccoons have nothing to do with this post 😂

Puredragonstar Are they yours???? 2y
DragonSadhana @Puredragonstar They are mine for rehab season. All three are orphans from different litters, but they have adopted each other as littermates! (edited) 2y
thegirlwiththelibrarybag I've never seen a raccoon in real life 😍😍😍 2y
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nosferatoos 😍😍😍 I love raccoons so much 2y
DragonSadhana @thegirlwiththelibrarybag They are super cute! Do you live in the US? If you do, I'm sure you'll see one sooner or later! 2y
DragonSadhana @nosferatoos Me too! ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
thegirlwiththelibrarybag Australia... so I have koalas and wombats and platypus' ☺️ 2y
DragonSadhana @thegirlwiththelibrarybag omg, suuuuper cute!!! 2y
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Homegoing: A novel | Yaa Gyasi
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This book was magical, horrifying, heart-wrenching, and beautiful. I loved it so much, I feel like I carry these characters in my heart now. Definitely deserves the growing attention! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

#readharder2017

Chrissyreadit Yes. I think this is one of the most powerful books I have read in a long time. 2y
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Just Kids | Patti Smith
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This book was lovingly written. Patti worshipped her good friend and former lover Robert Mapplethorpe. This book is a testament to that relationship. Patti talks about living the bohemian life in NYC, casually running into the likes of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Sam Shepherd, Allen Ginsburg, and Andy Warhol. The life she describes is fascinating. Her descriptions of her struggle with art and the art world are inspiring. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Mad Libs | Roger Price, Leonard Stern
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If you're not already following @EclecticReaders you should be! Their #ERMadLibs Reading Challenge is super fun! Here's mine!

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The Doubtful Guest | Edward Gorey
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At the Edward Gorey house on Cape Cod. It's hilarious.

#gorey #gashlycrumbtinies

mcipher Why have I never heard of this place?? Furiously googling now. My sister is in the cape this weekend and I'm feeling like a trip is in order for me, too! 3y
DragonSadhana @mcipher It's worth the trip! Small but magical and ghastly. I've been coming to Cape Cod for years (have family out here), and finally took myself to go see it. Can't believe I waited all this time! 3y
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The Forbidden Wish | Jessica Khoury
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With any book in the fantasy genre, there is always suspension of disbelief. That's how we get to enjoy these stories. But it wasn't happening here for me. It's a four thousand year old jinni with sixteen year old girl hormones. All other jinni in the book were monsters and given little humanity, unlike the protagonist. Le sigh. ⭐️⭐️

DragonSadhana I guess I just expect more from ancient jinni. 😂 3y
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Wake of Vultures | Lila Bowen
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Nettie Lonesome is a half-black, half-Indian girl navigating her way through a world of white men and monsters - who are sometimes one and the same. Bucking the gender binary, Nettie thinks of herself as a boy, and finds that being human can mean a number of different things, including being more than the sum of your parts. I can't wait to read the sequel!

#sirensreadingchallenge #lgbtq #genderbinarybusted

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This is a story about love and loss, sorrow and happiness. It's quirky and curious and beautiful and whimsical. The characters are memorable, and the way their lives collide is a crescendo of intention and emotion. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Wake of Vultures | Lila Bowen
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It's a #roadtripread! Heading up to Maine to witness my brother's marriage.

#sirensreadingchallenge

398.2 Sounds good! Are you liking it? 3y
DragonSadhana @398.2 Actually, I'm loving it! Glad the third book in the series will be published this fall! 3y
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It was a great month for checking off items on reading challenges!

#may #recap

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#BookNDinner Grilled tofu with Korean BBQ, and a side of sautéed with garlic fiddleheads! I'm loving this book, but I'm finding only short snatches of time for reading! Gah!

#vegetarian #foraging

CouronneDhiver Yummy! Except the fiddleheads... never did develop a taste for them. Lol 3y
BooksForEmpathy Yummm! 3y
DragonSadhana @CouronneDhiver I understand! I boil mine for ten minutes, and then sauté (or grill) them in garlic or horseradish. I find boiling them gives them a flavor similar to asparagus. I also like the texture, even more than asparagus! 3y
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My husband reported that while I left the bedroom, Malai took some selfies with my book. Here's the evidence. #selfie #suspicious #dogsoflitsy

kylienoele How cute!! I love those eyes!! 3y
Zelma 😂😂😂 3y
rubyslippersreads ❤️🐶❤️ 3y
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Spent part of the afternoon reading my book on the deck while one of my charges watched me from his blankets. #wildliferehab #raccoonsoflitsy

RanaElizabeth Hey, there little guy. 3y
Zelma Oh, what a shy guy. 💕 3y
BookFreakOut A raccoon got into the ceiling of my work building! They caught it with a live trap. 3y
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DragonSadhana @BookFreakOut Oh no! Hope they found a new home for him or her! 3y
elkeo_TheBookDragon Raccoons are so cute - adorable how he's tucked in for reading time 💕 (edited) 3y
DragonSadhana @elkeo He likes to keep an eye on my whereabouts. They're so cute when they're young. Eventually he'll get big and troublesome, and I'll get to release him to the big wild yonder. He'll still be cute, but he'll be a wild thing, too. Love it when they're a rehab success story. 3y
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Anne of Green Gables | L. M. Montgomery
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Me today while watching the first two episodes of "Anne with an E." ???

#childhoodbookfavorites #anneofgreengables #annewithane

JazzFeathers I've heard wonders about this show 3y
DragonSadhana @JazzFeathers I thought I'd watch one episode just to see what they've done with it, but I've gone past the first episode and I'm enjoying it so much! 3y
Jinjer Ohmygosh this is the Anne I've been waiting my whole life for! She's perfect! They finally found someone who can say Anne's dramatic lines with real feeling instead of over dramatic theatrics if u know what I mean. 3y
Jinjer I watched all 7 episodes with my 90 yr old mother. I cried through every episode.😂 3y
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All the Birds in the Sky | Charlie Jane Anders
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Sometimes, I thought of Neil Gaiman while I read this. Quirky characters undergoing major changes, a mix of mystery and magic, and then there's technology. It's dystopian, and futuristic, and then it's a witchy tale about a girl and boy who band together to save the world... 3.5 stars!
#sirensreadingchallenge

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Meet Me Here | Bryan Bliss
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1. I was born in Stuttgart, Germany
2. Deerskin by Robin McKinley
3. Either Phedre's Trilogy or Damar
4. Finding Nemo
6. Tori Amos
7. Grey, Teal, Vermillion, please don't make me choose
8. Fantasy and horror
9. An environmental learning center
11. Dog, cat, two rabbits, hedgehog, three lizards, four snakes, two tortoises, eight chickens, and about 200,00 bees 🐝🐝🐝
#meetthelittens

CouronneDhiver You have a ZOO! 😃 3y
Julsmarshall Finding Nemo and Tori Amos! ❤️💕❤️💕 3y
DragonSadhana @CouronneDhiver Haha, yeah, it gets a little crazy, especially now that it's rehab season and I'm caring for two baby raccoons, and I have a lizard in quarantine before he gets added to my job's animal exhibit. I love animals! 💕 3y
DragonSadhana @Julsmarshall So much ❤️❤️❤️ 3y
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I liked this book. It was an enjoyable read. But I didn't love it, or think it was super fantastic. It's a creative tale about a girl named Faith who comes into the care of a mysterious tree that tells her truths if she feeds it lies...or does it? Clever Faith uses the tree to try to solve the murder of her natural scientist father, and things get dangerous. #sirensreadingchallenge

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NOS4A2 | Joe Hill
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I finally finished it. The first 50% was like slogging through a bog. The second 50% was like paddling the rapids of whitewater! Charlie Manx is a creepy old man with an unhealthy obsession with Christmas and kids. Victoria is, at first, a curious girl with a talent for bike riding/ripping through space. Years later, she is a troubled woman fighting for the life of her own child. Violence and blood galore!

Redjewel_7734 I tried reading this one once, but bailed. It was a book club pick, but I just don't enjoy horror so I couldn't do it 😱I'm thinking about trying it again this year fir a reading challenge pick...if for no other reason than not buying another horror book to not read 😂 3y
DragonSadhana @Redjewel_7734 I love horror, but this isn't my kind of horror, really. I prefer supernatural, eerie horror with less gore. Good luck with your horror pick though! Maybe a library will have something else if you find this one objectionable? I almost bailed on it myself. 3y
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1. Paperbacks. I find them easier to fit into my purse, or to carry around, and I find them easier to hold for reading. Also, if you lie on your back and hold the book up and it falls on your face, it hurts less. 😁
2. New books!
3. Errr...that's difficult... I guess loan.
4. I don't care about movie tie ins. They're annoying.
5. LOTR
6. More than 500.
#wouldyourather #playalong #quiz #shareyouranswers

Kalalalatja Thanks for playing along! 👏👏 3y
DragonSadhana @Kalalalatja Thanks for starting it! 👍🏾 3y
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Malala touches on many subjects: religion, governance, terrorism, sexism, self-reliance, family, and I can go on. She gives some insight into how a country that is beleaguered by corrupt officials and suffers a natural disaster can be even more easily influenced by fundamentalist terrorists. I think it's really important for non-Muslims to see that the Taliban terrorizes Muslims more than any other group. Great read from a brave young woman.

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Extraordinary Chickens | Stephen Green-Armytage
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A year ago, my coop was bust open and raided by a fox. Today, I begin anew! 😍🐣🐥🐥

And the book I tagged is pretty funny to read through. 😜

#youvegotmail #chickmail #chickensoflitsy

LectricSheep Wait...they came in the mail?! 😳 3y
LauraBeth Chickmail! 😂😂 3y
DragonSadhana @LectricSheep Yes! For the first 24 hours of life, chicks get their nutrients from the yolk they absorbed inside the egg right before hatching. They are shipped overnight and then you introduce them to food and water when they arrive. It's weird, but it's effective. 🐥 3y
LectricSheep That is super cool! 3y
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The Mistress of Spices: A Novel | Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
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This book only has a 3.48 rating on Goodreads, but I gave it four stars. I enjoyed the lyrical prose while some may find it too purple. I thought the story was both beautiful and complex. It gave me some insight into what it may mean to be Indian and living in America. I'm glad I ignored the poor rating and read it.
#sirensreadingchallenge

TobeyTheScavengerMonk There's a movie too, starring Aishwarya Rai. 3y
elkeo_TheBookDragon This is on my sirens TBR too - I somehow never read back in the day when it was a bestseller. Glad you liked it! 👍 3y
DragonSadhana @TobeyTheScavengerMonk Thanks for letting me know that! I'll look for it. 👍🏾 3y
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DragonSadhana @elkeo I didn't realize it was a bestseller! I'm terrible at paying attention to the book lists. 3y
elkeo_TheBookDragon It was back in the 1990s 😺 3y
BookFreakOut Goodreads ratings are so skewed, nothing wrong with three stars for "I liked it!" I used to give every book I liked 5 stars but have gotten more honest lately. 3y
DragonSadhana @BookFreakOut I'm learning that more and more! 3y
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I present to you a new hive of bees I am now calling Hester Prynne because they are industrious workers despite my earlier doubts about them. If you don't keep bees, what they're doing here is building comb on the divider wall of a top bar hive, which is a no-no. But, you gotta give them props for being so diligent.

I have another hive named Antigone, and with a friend I maintain two more hives, Jane Eyre and Prince.
#beesoflitsy

AmandaL That is so cool! 3y
DragonSadhana @AmandaL Thanks! Interested in beekeeping? It's a fascinating hobby with some cool benefits. The only downside is the initial investment. 🐝 3y
Mommamanzi This is so cool!!!! 3y
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DragonSadhana Glad you like it! @Mommamanzi 3y
AmandaL @DragonSadhana I am! I used to live in a rural area, where it was common to keep bees, but we moved before I could do more than read about it. Where I live now, neighborhood pesticide use makes it impossible. I love seeing other people's agricultural pursuits though. 😁 3y
JazzFeathers I don't think l'd be able to keep a hive, but l do find bees fascinating. And they are so important for our planet 3y
DragonSadhana @AmandaL Neighborhood pesticides! That is really too bad. I have one neighbor who I am sure sprays their lawn, and I just hope my bees never go there. They don't have any flowering nectar plants anyway (no dandelions in the lawn and the gardens are all manicured shrubs), but I worry nonetheless! 3y
DragonSadhana @JazzFeathers Maybe you can help by planting native nectar plants in your area? Then you'll have your own visiting bees - native bees and the European honeybee. 🌼🌸🐝 3y
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I found this at the beat bookshop, a used bookstore in Boulder, CO. I'm psyched! "Science fiction by women from the 1970s to the 1990s"!

#sciencefiction #womenauthors

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I was so excited when I found this at Trident, a used bookstore in Boulder, CO. I could only buy one book at each used bookstore I went to because I had to carry anything I bought onto the plane with me. 😭

But this was a damn good choice, if I do say so myself! 👍🏾👌

#poetry #atwood

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The Long Island Sound Watershed extends from CT to parts of Canada, and includes most of MA, parts of NY, RI, NH, and VT. What we put into the ground comes out in the LIS! #rockinmay #livingbythesea

"Underneath the moonlight, together we'll sail across the sea, reminiscing every night..."
Queen, Seaside Rendezvous

RaimeyGallant Fantastic cover! 3y
DragonSadhana @RaimeyGallant I agree! It's a wonderfully fascinating read as well! 3y
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The Shining | Stephen King
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Every time we come to Estes Park, we take a swing by the Overlook Hotel! 😈

#redrum

elkeo_TheBookDragon Have you stayed to experience the ghosts?! 3y
DragonSadhana @elkeo I haven't, have you? I bet that would be awesome! 3y
elkeo_TheBookDragon Nope! But I have seen shows with ghost investigators that were freaky. I think staying the night would involve NO sleep! 3y
DragonSadhana Haha, for sure! I'd be up with a tape recorder all night! 3y
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I'm behind in this challenge, but I'm playing now! #blackauthors #blackmusicians

"You got a fast car
Is it fast enough so we can fly away
We gotta make a decision
Leave tonight or live and die this way"
Tracy Chapman, Fast Car

#rockinmay
#immigrantsong

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A Walk in the Woods | Bill Bryson
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Started this, and I am loving it! Also planning a few of my own walks in the woods in the Colorado Rockies.

#nature #hiking #appalachiantrailforbryson #rockymountainsforme

Zelma Beautiful view! 😍 3y
DragonSadhana @Zelma Wish I could live here! 3y
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Our Library | Eve Bunting
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Angela Clarke.

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The Wolf Road | Beth Lewis
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I really enjoyed this read. Elka was found as a child by Trapper, who teaches her how to hunt, fish, and fend for herself in the wild. Her world gets toppled when she finds out that Trapper is a killer - and now she's on the run from the law and from the man she thought of as a father. #thriller #dystopia #alternateworld

JazzFeathers This sounds soooo interesting 3y
DragonSadhana @JazzFeathers It is. I wasn't sure where the storyline was going to go, but it got real interesting. 3y
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