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Just won this from Goodreads!

wanderinglynn w00t! 🎉 Congrats! 1mo
Jas16 🙌🏽 1mo
Liatrek 🎉🎉🎉 1mo
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Pretty good. Kimberly Harrington was open and honest about her thoughts on marriage, societal expectations, and her experiences with the gradual dissolution of her own marriage. She also made it somewhat funny. Her writing didn‘t make her seem relatable but I definitely commiserated with her ex husband Jon. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Ddzmini One book I couldn‘t get into … marriage is work that‘s part of loving another person there is always room for improvement and understanding… I just couldn‘t get into her writing… I‘ll have to try again later 2mo
EchoLogical @Ddzmini Agreed. As someone whose marriage is nearing its end, I read this book and found myself empathizing with her husband. It seems as though he wanted to stay married but the author was done working on their marriage. I think the author‘s writing was very dry, almost caustic but I can‘t say I blame her after reading her essay on dating again. It was a mess. Lol 2mo
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Pg. 188

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Hill We Climb: Poems | Amanda Gorman
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Guys look! I think I might be the first to post my goodies from the #blitsyswap but can you blame me? Thank you so much @tmjg1978 I can‘t wait to take this stuff to work with me!!!!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome gifts!!! 3mo
Chelleo Nicely done, @tmjg1978! Love that tote!!! 😍 3mo
Mitch Love that tote! 3mo
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EchoLogical I was so excited that I didn‘t even realize the picture was missing part of the tote. Maya Angelou is also on it (edited) 3mo
riversong153 💜 those book marks! 3mo
tmjg1978 I'm so glad you liked it! I had fun deciding what to get! I may have to duplicate it for myself! 3mo
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Special Delivery | Philip C Stead
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Can‘t wait to open this next week! #BHM #BlitsyHistoryMonth #BlitsyBookSwap @Chelleo

Chelleo Woot woot! 3mo
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I did it, I reached my Goodreads goal!
This book was depressing yet validating. It‘s good to know that I‘m not a loser for struggling with a broken system. The author covers a plethora of reasons why millennials are burnout: competition, the gig economy, impossible expectations, disintegrating boundaries, and the list goes on. Well done but very dry.

sprainedbrain Congrats on getting your goal! 🎉 5mo
Jas16 🙌🏽 5mo
Ruthiella Congratulations! 👏👏👏 5mo
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Mollyanna Woohoo! Congrats. 🥳🥳🥳 5mo
wanderinglynn Congrats! 🎉👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 5mo
Christine Well done! 5mo
Liatrek Congrats! 🥳 Always feels good hitting that goal🥳 5mo
MaureenMc 👏🎉 5mo
Bookzombie Congratulations!! 5mo
Suet624 Congrats!! 5mo
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“…face or their hands or the love they gave you.”

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“The world feels safer somehow if we share our pain. It becomes more manageable. And by sharing our pain, we inspire others to share theirs. We are so much less alone if we learn to wear our imperfections proudly…”

kspenmoll 💕💕 5mo
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Mehso-so

It wasn‘t too bad. Quick read, with meh characters, and a few plot holes. Brought me one book closer to meeting my #Goodreads goal: 15/20

Liatrek Hi🙂 Hope all is well! Missed seeing your post❤️ 5mo
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“We often describe the emotional pain we experience after a significant rejection as analogous to being punched in the stomach or stabbed in the chest…brain scans show that the very same brain regions get activated when we experience rejection as when we experience physical pain.”

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Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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THIS

I‘m always astounded when someone has put the words of my heart to paper.

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Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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Revisiting some Rupi Kaur to help soothe my soul. I read it years ago and didn‘t really get it but now I do. I guess you have to be in certain headspace to feel it.

Nute Welcome back!👋🏽 It‘s good to see you posting again.🙂 6mo
EchoLogical @Nute Thanks girl. I‘m trying to get back into it. 💕 5mo
Nute We go through some stuff sometimes. Many prayers for strength, endurance and preservation!💕 5mo
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“Millennials became the first generation to fully conceptualize themselves as walking college resumes…we came to understand ourselves, consciously or not, as ‘human capital‘…”

Okay but I hate it here 😭

Amandajoy Man there were some hard truths in this one. 6mo
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Before yesterday, I hadn‘t posted in months because my life has been a real cluster. I haven‘t been reading much for pleasure lately. Instead, I‘ve been opting for NF titles to help me figure out wtf I‘m doing. Anywho, this tagged book didn‘t help at all. My marriage counselor assigned it to me and the whole book felt really outdated and full of weird stereotypes. The advice given felt like playing games.

KVanRead Sorry you‘re going through this.🤍 (edited) 1y
Ruthiella Sorry to hear that. ❤️ 1y
Singout Sorry! That‘s definitely a disappointment. Hang in there. 1y
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Tamra Take care of yourself. 💙 1y
Texreader I got bad advice from a counselor once and at a time when I really needed the best advice. Sounds like that‘s what‘s happening to you and I‘m so sorry. Please take care and thank you for checking into Litsy again. We‘re always here for you! 1y
MicheleinPhilly I‘m so sorry you‘re going through this. Take care of yourself. ❤️ 1y
CoffeeK8 So sorry you‘re going through this. 💕 1y
Liatrek Sorry to hear things aren‘t going well. Sending positive thoughts your way❤️❤️❤️ 1y
EchoLogical @KVanRead @Ruthiella @Singout @Tamra @Texreader @MicheleinPhilly @CoffeeK8 @Liatrek Thank you all so much. It‘s been such a trying time but you Littens are always the best. 1y
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War Girls | Tochi Onyebuchi
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I‘m a little misty eyed posting this because @Chelleo is so frickin thoughtful and I appreciate her so much! I forgot to sign up for the #BlitsyHistoryMonthSwap because my life is one huge cluster right now but she sent me these goodies anyway. Just look at this pouch! Fricking gorgeous! Thank you so much!

riversong153 😍😍😍 1y
Chelleo How did I miss this?!? (Geez!) This made me smile … 10 months later ☺️🥰 4mo
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Gideon the Ninth | Tamsyn Muir
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Starting off slowly but no complaints here...

daisyheadmaesie I've heard so much about this book. Looking forward to finding out your thoughts! 2y
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Then She Was Gone | Lisa Jewell
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These kinds of mysteries aren‘t really my thing but this was entertaining. The narration really complemented the story. It was a bit predictable but the journey made it worth reading even if you‘ve already guessed the outcome. 4/5

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Thin Girls: A Novel | Diana Clarke
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Whew! This was a doozy, in the best way. Compelling story, with a well written dynamic between the twins. I definitely felt and related to their sibling bond. Their actions and mental states were made so relatable to readers. A great first novel from Diana Clarke. I can‘t wait to see what‘s next. 4/5

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🤣🤣😂😂😂😭😭

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THIS

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Sacred Smokes | Theodore C. Van Alst
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NOT MY IMAGE but someone shared this stack of books written by Indigenous authors and I wanted to share it here.

Soubhiville Thank you for sharing! I took a screenshot so I can look for some of these. 😊 2y
LoveLightJoy 👏🏿 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿 2y
Bookzombie Thank you! I also took a screenshot. 2y
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TracyReadsBooks This is a great stack! I‘ve read There There, Trail of Lightning, and Where the Dead Sit Talking—I really enjoyed them. They were all very good. Sacred Smokes is sitting next to me as I type this. I‘ll definitely have to check out some of the other titles too! 2y
EchoLogical @Soubhiville Let me know what you think when you get around to reading them. 2y
EchoLogical @TracyReadsBooks Good to know! I‘ve only heard of Trail of Lightning and definitely wanna read it soon. 2y
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So this happened a few months ago but I can‘t remember if I posted about it. I‘m currently reading my 61st book of the year.

rockpools Congratulations! 2y
Clwojick Woohoo! Congrats! 2y
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britt_brooke Excellent!! 🙌🏻 2y
Nute Way to go, Echo!🙌🏽 2y
Jas16 🙌🏽 2y
Chelsea.Poole Woohoo! 🙌🏻 2y
LoveLightJoy 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 2y
Liatrek Congrats 🎉 2y
Bookzombie Congratulations!!! 2y
Chelleo 🙌🏾 2y
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Seems to be a popular quote, probably resonated with a lot of readers. The book was an interesting read. It discusses different types of distractions and how to deal with them. It‘s ironic that the author is the same one who wrote “Hooked” and taught companies how to make their products more attention grabbing to consumers. Great model, I guess. Create a problem and sell the solution 🤷🏾‍♀️

charl08 I find these highlights distracting and have to turn them off! 2y
EchoLogical @charl08 That makes sense! I like seeing what other people highlight but honestly, I don‘t read in the kindle app very much so I never really thought about it that much. I usually read in Libby. 2y
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Untamed | Glennon Doyle
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Last one from this book... I‘m clearing out old pics and this is somewhat easier than typing everything out on Goodreads

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Another good quote that hit way too close to home...

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Untamed | Glennon Doyle
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Still posting about this book because I can‘t get over it. I could‘ve written these exact words. Seriously.

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Untamed | Glennon Doyle
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This book! 😭❤️ I shouldn‘t have read it because it struck way too close to home but I didn‘t know that it would. Glennon Doyle writes about anxiety and depression in a way that I could never articulate. I honestly love this book. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

HOTPock3tt I own it but haven‘t finished it yet! I need to pick it back up! 2y
EchoLogical @HOTPock3tt I can‘t recommend it enough. I really didn‘t know what it was about when I placed the hold on it but it kept coming up online so I figured I‘d give it a shot. I‘m probably gonna buy myself a copy when I start working again because it blew me away. 2y
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...in which she resolves to not let it bother her, the loneliness, the responsibility, the nagging inner critic who uses a bullhorn to broadcast into her inner ear she cannot manage everything, she cannot manage anything, that it is all her own doing, her undoing that is. Her hands begin to tremble...

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Between the World and Me | Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Thank you @Chelleo, this definitely made my day!

Chelleo It got there quickly! Enjoy! 😉 2y
EchoLogical @Chelleo Will do. Let me know if and when you open your Etsy shop and start selling these. 🙂 2y
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Skipped posting last Sunday so here's what I've been reading for the past two weeks. Gonna focus on my biggest disappointment... Mythos was totally pointless, IMO. I love Greek mythology but this book didn't do anything for me at all. I'm not sure why people love it so much. He retold myths in a really dumb, watered down kind of way.

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Three Women | Lisa Taddeo
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Definitely a better week in reading! I finished the tagged book today and I'm still sorting through my feelings about it so no star rating yet.

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I wish I could "Eternal Sunshine" this book out of my brain! I hated it! It took me the whole week to read it and I didn't even start anything else because I just couldn't. Am I the only one who hated this book? Like who even is Sarah Knight anyway?!

Sace I think that was one I had to DNF. 2y
EchoLogical @Sace I wanted to bail but it got so many good reviews, I thought it would get better. 😣 I'm having a hard time putting my feelings into words but it definitely rubbed me the wrong way. The author seemed so out of touch and gave some of the worst advice. My takeaway from this is if you make enough money you can move away and stop giving a frick. 2y
SamAnne I didn‘t read this but your review reminds me of The Happiness Project which I hated- was for a book club. It made me a little angry. Rich people who can spend hours focused on what can make them the most happy, or in this case how to not give a crap. 2y
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EchoLogical @SamAnne Ahh! I've listened to Gretchen Rubin's podcast and I totally see the similarities, which is kinda crazy because I don't hate her. Lol 2y
SamAnne @Echological I haven‘t heard her podcast. And I will admit that I DNF‘d the book. I think my issue is with the concept that happiness is the end all. I love feeling happy, content, etc, but rewarding things in life often involve some pain, difficulty and unhappiness. These kinds of books feel even more out of place during Covid times? 2y
Sace @EchoLogical EXACTLY! Some of us don't have the option of not giving a f*ck! Yup. You nailed exactly how I felt about it. 2y
Sace @SamAnne I bailed on that one too for the same reason 😂 2y
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Wait what? Who are these people wishing they could get up at 6 a.m. and go to the gym??? This combines two things that I absolutely abhor: waking up early and working out. 🤣

TheBookHippie Who does this 😂🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️no. Just no.. 6 AM😳 no 2y
EchoLogical @TheBookHippie Exactly! I had to read this part 3 times to make it make sense in my head. 🤣 2y
TheBookHippie @EchoLogical Does not compute. Someone WISHED that! 2y
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Crush | Svetlana Chmakova
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So this week's reading wasn't as good as the week before but I enjoyed the tagged book. Cute illustrations with a fun, relatable story. I read it after my daughter named it her favorite book. Harbor Me was also a good read but Jacqueline Woodson can do no wrong, IMO.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa I love reading picks my nephew or nieces loved, such unique reads I never would have stumbled on myself most likely. 2y
EchoLogical @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Same here. I try to keep her reading willingly so I'll read what she recommends or we'll read something together. Currently working on 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @EchoLogical I understand that. I read the entire Series of Unfortunate Events with my nephew that way when he was in middle school, close enough we could talk about the plot, inching ahead so he‘d be motivated to catch-up and very careful not to get too far ahead that he could still beat me to the end of the book. He was a struggle to get to read anything at that age, so in HS when he said he liked a book from school, I usually read them. 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @EchoLogical The Creature in the Pines looks really good from the description, by the way. 2y
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Gonna try to post a weekly wrap up regularly... This sheltering in place this has been great for my TBR stack. These were all great reads but the tagged book was definitely my favorite.

Such a compelling and insightful memoir. Gottlieb has lived interesting life and proven herself to be excellent writer. This book is honestly everything that I look for in a memoir.

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Only took me 9 months and a global pandemic but I'm finally starting this one. My husband was so excited when he saw me reading it. He can't wait to talk about it. 😆

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Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America | Kekla Magoon, Jason Reynolds, Dhonielle Clayton, Tracey Baptiste, Brandy Colbert, Justina Ireland, Rita Williams-Garcia, Rene Watson, Lamar Giles, Coe Booth, Varian Johnson, Ibi Zoboi, Nic Stone, Tochi Onyebuchi, Liara Tamani, Jay Coles, Leah Henderson
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Y'all check out these goodies! My (lack) of photography skills doesn't do any of them justice but they're awesome. My daughter is already plotting on taking the bookmark and my husband has been eyeing my books 😆 @LeshaMac Thank you so much for everything and @Chelleo thanks again for putting this together 💗✊🏽 #blitsy #blitsyhistorymonth #BHMSwap

MeganAnn That bookmark is beautiful!! I would plot to take it too 😂❤️ 2y
riversong153 Wonderful! I love that shirt!! 2y
Chrissyreadit I love the bookmark!! 2y
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Chelleo It was fun “shopping” for you...well, technically I only chauffeured @LeshaMac around while she did the official shopping 😂🤣😂 Since I didn‘t swap, I had to live vicariously through her. 2y
EchoLogical @MeganAnn It really is so I can't blame her. LoL 2y
EchoLogical @Chelleo You didn't swap?! I should've sent you the physical copy of Kindred but I kept forgetting to so I sent the Kindle version. Plus, with this move happening next week, your girl is on a budget from here until I find another job. 😂 2y
EchoLogical @riversong153 She has a shop on IG but I forgot to follow her before I left for work this morning. I'll share it with you once I get back to the house. 2y
Chelleo @EchoLogical No, It‘s easier for me to just manage the swap and I don‘t want to put pressure on someone being matched with the organizer. And I was also prepared to send a package in case someone was left empty handed and that would‘ve been more of a burden if I swapped too. I appreciate the ebook very much and I plan on treating myself to a physical book soon. 2y
EchoLogical @Chelleo I hear you but I'm claiming you as my match for next year's swap in advance. LoL. 💗 2y
Chelleo @EchoLogical LOL...bet 😆 2y
LeshaMac @EchoLogical you are so welcome and I hope you all enjoy❤ 2y
RaimeyGallant So many amazing goodies! Is that a t-shirt, too? 2y
EchoLogical @LeshaMac Most definitely! I‘m gonna start Black Enough tonight. 2y
EchoLogical @Chrissyreadit Thanks. Me too! 2y
Chelleo @EchoLogical I loved Blacked Enough! 2y
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It's Here-- Somewhere | Alice Fulton, Pauline Hatch
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Guys! My #BHMSwap box just got delivered and my husband was awesome enough to send me a pic!

#Blitsy @Chelleo

Chelleo Good, now you can stop harassing me!😂🤣😂 2y
Chelleo I‘m getting anxious for Saturday‘s Opening. Can‘t wait!! 2y
EchoLogical @Chelleo 🤣🤣🤣 2y
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1. Just one 🤷🏾‍♀️
2. 👍🏾
3. Umm...2
4. 😂👀🤦🏾‍♀️
5. @Liatrek @WarpedSweetness
#friyayintro @4thhouseontheleft @howjessreads

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Special Delivery | Lauren Blakely
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The tagged book is totally unrelated but I'm finally mailing my box for the #BHMSwap

I know... I'm terrible but in my defense it'll be there before opening day, I swear!

@Chelleo It's happening!

Chelleo Woot woot! 👏🏾👏🏾 (edited) 2y
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Democrat✔️
Woman ✔️
Black ✔️
Between the ages of 30 to 45 ✔️

😂😂😂😂😭😭😭😭

merelybookish So true! 😩 2y
Tamra I concur. 2y
WomanistBibliophile Those earning *more* than 90 thousand? Odd. Are the low income people just too strained to even have conscious time to worry about Washington politics? Or are their lives unaffected by whether an establishment Democrat or a Republican is in office? 2y
EchoLogical @WomanistBibliophile I thought the same thing. I mean if I earned more than 90K, I feel like I'd worry less but I'll probably never know. 😂 2y
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I totally missed these posts this time around. My poor match probably gave up on me. 😂 Here are my answers anyway:

Hot chocolate
Candles
Sweet
Socks
Bookmarks
Umm... Shirley Chisholm
Jason Reynolds, Octavia Butler, NK Jemisin
Juneteenth
YA, Memoirs, Sci Fi and Fantasy
I'm getting more and more into politics 🤷🏾‍♀️

#BHMSwap #BlitsySwap #BHMSwap2020

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"It was not bad advice. She didn't want me to be dependent on a man. For her, money was freedom and power...The advice had an unintended side effect, though: I work hard, all the time, but when I fail to make an adequate amount of money, I feel terror... I've set back the cause of feminism and endangered my freedom. I don't just feel broke; I feel doomed." (pg 109)

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"Every decision you make in life sends you down a path that could turn out to be a wrong one..."

Y'all, this is what I think every time I make a major decision and it's the absolute worst. This is why I struggle so badly when I have to choose. ?

Lindy Be kind to yourself. Mistakes happen. ❤️ 2y
Nute Wrong decision —-> relabeled as an opportunity for growth. Sometimes a decision just doesn‘t turn out as was hoped. We have to choose to learn from those times and keep on keepin‘ on! I like what @Lindy said, ‘Be kind to yourself.‘💕 2y
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So I think I'm technically too young to be part of the target audience of this book but its description resonated with me so I'm reading it anyway ??‍♀️

"... Generation X is America's neglected middle child...a low-slung, straight line bridge between two noisy behemoths. We are the Jan Brady of generations..."

Y'all I'm dying ???

Chelleo Well, damn. Not sure I WANT to be the target group but yet, here I am. 🤦🏾‍♀️ 2y
EchoLogical @Chelleo 😂 I feel like this book is gonna be legit and I'm here for it. 2y
DogMomIrene Gen X🙋🏻‍♀️That about sums us up. Yep. 2y
RaimeyGallant Oh my god, I am totally a Jan Brady gen-x-er. SMH 2y
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Long Way Down | Jason Reynolds
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Y‘all... Jason Reynolds replied to my comment on IG and I‘m dying because I frickin love him! Guess I gotta leave my husband now! 🤣

Liatrek How cool😊 2y
MallenNC That‘s great! He‘s awesome. 2y
Bookzombie 😂 He is awesome! 💕 2y
Christine Aww - amazing!! 2y
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Okay so I just finished His Dark Materials and I might be obsessed. What an adventure! The plot, the characters, the world building were all fantastic. I‘m gonna keep reading everything set in this universe.

Liatrek This is on my list to read this year 😊 I‘m glad to hear you liked it. (edited) 2y
Moray_Reads I read them when they were first published but I didn't realise just how good they were until I reread them as an adult 2y
EchoLogical @Liatrek I really did. I hope you enjoy it just as much. 2y
EchoLogical @Moray_Reads I guess it‘s a good thing that it took me so long to read them. 😃 (edited) 2y
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Ayesha at Last | Uzma Jalaluddin
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Just finished my first book of the new year in a day!

Light, enjoyable novel about a young Muslim woman trying to figure out the rest of her life (both professionally and romantically).

⭐⭐⭐

marleed Oh, that‘s the first time I‘ve seen this cover - nice! 2y
EchoLogical @marleed It's the large print edition. For some reason my local library only had this one available. 🙂 2y
MallenNC I need to read this one. 2y
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Thick: And Other Essays | Tressie McMillan Cottom
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I get the hype.

Nute Yes! 2y
WomanistBibliophile I‘ve just started listening to this audiobook and so far it‘s exceeding my expectations! 2y
EchoLogical @Nute @WomanistBibliophile She unpacks so much in this one that I'm probably gonna have to read it again. 2y
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"The president's campaign involved the promises of cutting taxes for everyone, eliminating the national debt, and increasing spending on both social policy and national defense...It is as if a farmer said he were taking an ?from the henhouse, boiling it whole and serving it to his wife, also poaching it & serving it to his children, & then returning it to the henhouse unbroken, & then watching as the ? hatches."

wanderinglynn That‘s an excellent analogy. 2y
Leftcoastzen Great post ! Important book. 2y
EchoLogical @wanderinglynn @Leftcoastzen I think so too. I'm currently reading my library's copy but I think I'm gonna go ahead and buy this one. 2y
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