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HeatherBookNerd

HeatherBookNerd

Joined May 2016

paper, audio, Kindle - I love all the books, contributor at @bookriot
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The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai
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Beautiful and heartbreaking. Real, raw, and incredibly moving. I cared so much about theses characters and longed for their escape from a terrible situation. The whole book felt like a tug of war between desperate hope and the crush of reality. Written almost 50 years ago but still so timely. Listened to this one and Bahni Turpin‘s narration is amazing.

#audiobooks

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Normal People | Sally Rooney
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This is a good book. It‘s a slow burn, depressing kind of book, but I generally like that sort of thing. I‘m not sure I‘m quite as blown away as some folks, but this was SO hyped that it was a lot to live up to. It was compelling and I was invested in the couple‘s journey and wanted to know what would become of them. But it also wore me out a bit with their endless come and go relationship. Definitely worth reading though.

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Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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Compiled a list of novels about marriages on the rocks. Makes for some juicy reading. Check it out!

https://bookriot.com/2019/05/16/books-about-complicated-marriages/

@bookriot #amwriting #amreading #recommendedreading #mustreadbooks

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3 1/2 stars. Some parts I loved, some not so much. Enjoyable, fun, and touching.

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The Word Is Murder | Anthony Horowitz
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I don‘t read a lot of mysteries but really enjoyed Horowitz‘s Magpie Murders, so I thought I‘d give this a try and I LOVED it. So glad there‘s a sequel to this. The audiobook was perfection.

#audiobooks

janeycanuck I was SO CONFUSED by this initially. It took me a long time to catch on that the Horowitz had written himself as the main character. Once I figured that out, I loved it and now I can‘t wait for the next in the series! 2w
HeatherBookNerd @janeycanuck it took me a minute to figure it out too. So clever! 2w
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Plainsong | Kent Haruf
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In honor of all the awesome single moms who are parenting solo, I put together a list for @bookriot of 10 novels featuring single mothers. I salute those amazing women!

https://bookriot.com/2019/05/08/novels-about-single-mothers/

#amwriting #mothersday #singlemoms

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Heartbroken to hear the news that Rachel Held Evans died this morning. She was a favorite author of mine and her book Searching for Sunday meant so much to me as I was reevaluating my own faith in recent years. She spoke for so many of us who love Jesus but have wrestled with questions of faith. This book was a lifeline for me and I am so sad that she is gone. I know her work will continue to impact people for years to come.

MaureenMc 😔 3w
jamicuns I am heartbroken by this news. This book was a lifeline to me as well. May her family be surrounded with peace and love during this difficult time. ❤️ 3w
Reggie @LauraBeth if you‘re out there (we miss you) this is the book you used to mention right? 3w
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Reviewsbylola Tragic. She was so young. 3w
Chrissyreadit This is very sad news. 3w
LauraBeth Aww - thank @Reggie ❤️ That was my first post in almost two months. Hopefully, I‘ll start posting regularly again! 3w
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Felicity: Poems | Mary Oliver
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In the poem Storage, Mary Oliver writes about her freedom in emptying a storage closet.

I feel seen.

#poetry

The_Real_Nani In the middle of a move and I‘m feeling this... why am I carrying so much stuff?! 3w
HeatherBookNerd @The_Real_Nani if the rest of my family wouldn‘t freak out, I‘d throw away EVERYTHING 3w
The_Real_Nani @HeatherBookNerd I fantasize about that! 3w
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On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
On the Come Up
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Convenience Store Woman 🎧
Young Jane Young 🎧
Zone One 🎧
Milk and Honey
Lucky Boy
⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Kiss Quotient 🎧
The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning 🎧
Marriage of a Thousand Lies

#AprilReads

JanuarieTimewalker13 I can‘t wait to read On The Come Up! 4w
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On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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Another great book from Angie Thomas. I think I like this one even better than The Hate U Give. I love Bri‘s family, especially the relationship with her mom. And Thomas writes such terrific dialogue. Really great.

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On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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Young Jane Young | Gabrielle Zevin
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At 22, Aviva Grossman finds herself the central figure in a political sex scandal. This story tells how this pivotal event changed her life and the lives of three other women connected to her. Each one tells their own part of the story. Clever, amusing, and thoroughly entertaining.

Reggie I really liked this one and loved the daughters point of view along with her pen pal shenanigans. 1mo
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Lucky Boy | Shanthi Sekaran
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I LOVED the first 2/3 of this book, and then the plot seemed to cross into less believable territory and I was less thrilled with it. It was good though, and I was pretty invested in seeing how things would turn out. Tackles some very interesting and timely subjects - immigration, infertility, adoption, foster parenting.

Also, bad title.

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Convenience Store Woman | Sayaka Murata
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I read this for the #ReadHarder Challenge, a translated book written by and/or translated by a woman. It was really terrific and totally unexpected. A quick read, it was a funny, sad, intriquing book. The story follows a young woman who has spent 18 years working in a Japanese convenience store and why she has such a connection to that space even though her life as a single, part-time store worker does not fit the norm for Japanese society.

hgrimes What a great premise! I might have to check this one out. 1mo
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Snow Falling on Cedars | David Guterson
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New post on @bookriot today about how much I‘ve learned by reading fiction. Any other fiction lovers out there?

https://bookriot.com/2019/04/18/what-ive-learned-about-history-from-reading-fict...

#amwriting #booklove #fiction

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Kiss Quotient | Helen Hoang
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I read this for the #ReadHarder Challenge for a book by/about someone who identifies as #neurodiverse. Hoang is on the autism spectrum, as is the main character Stella. I‘m not much of a romance reader, so I don‘t know how this compares to other books in the genre. But I‘m guessing romance as viewed by a person with autism is not super common. It was interesting to see dating and sexuality through that lens. Pretty graphic though.

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One-In-A-Million Boy | Monica Wood
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Here‘s one for all my audiobook peeps. Made a list of some of my favorites over on @bookriot today.

https://bookriot.com/2019/04/15/audiobooks-with-theatrical-narrators/

#audiobooks #amwriting #amlistening

Megabooks Audible has a great 2 for 1 right now with famous narrators! 1mo
HeatherBookNerd @Megabooks good to know! 1mo
Christine Great article! I‘ve listened to and loved four of your picks, and now I‘ll definitely check out 1mo
Megabooks @HeatherBookNerd Also totally agree about The Nix! Pwnage is one of my favorite audiobook characters. Nice choices! 1mo
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Zone One: A Novel | Colson Whitehead
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A plague has converted half the country into zombies. By this point, most of the undead have been contained. Mark Spitz is part of a team helping to sweep Manhattan of the stragglers, making it possible to reinhabit the city. In flashbacks, Mark remembers life before the plague and trying to stay alive while the devastation spread across the country. The book is worth reading, but the audiobook is just so-so. I‘d read it instead.

Slajaunie I wish I could do zombies. They give me nightmares from watching movies as a kid. 😟. Sounds like a good book, though. 1mo
HeatherBookNerd @Slajaunie I‘m super wimpy and can‘t do graphic, scary books. This focuses mainly on the main character‘s thoughts about he‘s thinking and what‘s happening to society. The gross zombie stuff is pretty limited actually. 1mo
Slajaunie I will take a peek at it then. Thanks. 1mo
Lcsmcat Mark Spitz? Really? Like, the Olympic swimmer? Does he use his swimming skills to defeat the zombies ? 😆 1mo
HeatherBookNerd @Lcsmcat it‘s a nickname that is eventually explained in the book. We never know his real name. 1mo
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Lucky and her husband Kris are both gay, but married in order to appease their traditional Sri Lankan-American families. They each date on the side, which works just fine. Until it doesn‘t. Lucky wants more. She wants to be herself. This book wrangles with the dilemma that so many LGBT folks have to face. Do you come out if it means losing your family? What is the cost of freedom?

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Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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I finished this in one sitting and loved it. It really covers a lot of ground. The author moves from abuse, pain, and self doubt to love, healing, and self acceptance. A beautiful and thoughtful poetry collection.

Julsmarshall I loved it too! 2mo
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Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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A friend loaned me this book today. And now is a good quiet time to read it.

#readharder #poetry

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Calypso | David Sedaris
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I read SO MANY great books in March. Tackled a few for the #ReadHarder Challenge to boot. 5 audio, 1 library book, 1 ARC, 2 on my kindle, one on paper. 5 fiction, 5 nonfiction.

#marchreads

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Fox 8: A Story | George Saunders
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Oh George Saunders I love you so. This tiny book packs an emotional punch. He always manages to make me laugh and then surprises me with a somber nugget of truth. This little parable tells of the impact humans have on the environment and reminds us that it matters how we treat our fellow creatures on the planet.
#readharder #animalpointofview

ClairesReads This was such a great wee story 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @ClairesReads I didn‘t realize how tiny it was until I saw it in person. I loved it. 2mo
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Journalist Beth Macy starts with the introduction of OxyContin in 1996 and explains how the US ended up with the devastating opioid crisis that we have today. It is sad and terrifying, but helpful in understanding the progression of addiction and how the problem spread from rural areas to suburban cities across the country. Macy also shares individual stories that illustrate the human lives that have been destroyed by addiction.
#readharder

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Life After Life: A Novel | Kate Atkinson
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New post up today at @bookriot. I suggest a reading list to introduce you to one of my favorite authors. Check it out.

https://bookriot.com/2019/03/22/reading-pathway-kate-atkinson/

#amwriting #amreading

Carolyn11215 Just put A hold on Life After Life at my library! Thanks...I‘ve been meaning to read her books for a while and a “roadmap” is always helpful! 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @Carolyn11215 oh good! She‘s SO good! 2mo
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Calypso | David Sedaris
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Best Sedaris book in years. Definitely in my top 3. Genuinely funny, but always a sadness peaking through. Some more reflective moments as he talks about the losses and struggles in his family. Really terrific. And of course, best to listen to the audiobook.

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Finished this one last night while I was WIDE AWAKE at 4:00am. Loved it. And this is one of my favorite book covers ever.

#insomniareading

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I‘m offering some suggestions to help you shake up your reading choices in your small group at church. Time to read some female authors outside of women‘s ministry.

https://bookriot.com/2019/03/15/expand-your-small-group-reading-at-church-try-a-...

@bookriot #amwriting

CouronneDhiver 🙌🏽🙌🏽 2mo
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Nashville Public Library | Nashville (Tenn.) Public Library
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Goodness what a great day for a #NashvilleLitsyMeetup at the Nashville Public Library. I came home with bags full of books, a belly full of food, yet another library card, and a heart full of love for the incredible #NashvilleLittens

@britt_brooke @ferskner @Booksnchill @Alfrazier21 @BooksTeasAndBookishThings @Elma @adnama82

britt_brooke Always so nice to see you, Heather! 💚 2mo
BooksTeasAndBookishThings ❤️❤️❤️ 2mo
Booksnchill And a trip to the Men‘s Room #womenssuffrage #hermitagehotel 💋 (edited) 2mo
CouronneDhiver Fun! Nice to see all your pretty faces 👍🏽 2mo
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Anyone else like to give books away? Check out my @bookriot post this week.

https://bookriot.com/2019/03/14/on-not-keeping-books/

CouronneDhiver Me! 🙋🏽‍♀️If I don‘t (seriously) plan to reread it, the book gets donated 2mo
JoScho I don‘t keep books either. 2mo
HippieChickHomeschool Me too. I don‘t re-read, I only keep ones that are special or signed. 2mo
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Coffeedaily The library is where I store my stash of books. A never ending supply of free entertainment that I don‘t have to dust or sort. 2mo
sprainedbrain 🙋🏻‍♀️ I only keep a very select few. All time favorites and those that I know for sure I will reread... the rest have to go! 2mo
Tamra I decided to only keep 5 star reads and that‘s a rarity. 2mo
Weaponxgirl I‘m not precious with books once I‘ve read them but I learned the hard way to hold on to physical books that‘s aren‘t available in ebook format and aren‘t available in my local library. This means that including my viragos that I have a kinda excessive collection 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @Weaponxgirl I definitely have a few books that I know I can‘t find anywhere else. 2mo
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Haunting and thoughtful graphic memoir. I learned some about Vietnam, about which I knew pretty much nothing. Hearing a firsthand immigrant experience is eye opening. Helps me to better understand some of the challenges of displacement and isolation that are faced. Beautiful, moving illustrations. Very good.
#graphicmemoir

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Excellent book about the nature of depression, how different people experience it, and what treatment options are out there. Solomon showcases extensive research and firsthand knowledge of depression, examining the topic with great insight and compassion. He‘s a marvelous writer and beautifully expresses what it is like to live with the illness.

AmyG I recommend any of his books. He is excellent. 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @Amy I still need to finish Far From the Tree. There is a wonderful FFTT documentary if you haven‘t seen it. 2mo
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Just finished an ARC of Ian McEwan‘s new book, coming out in April. Set in an alternate 1980s London, Alan Turing is still alive and his work has enabled great leaps in science. The newest arrival in AI is the creation of the first synthetic humans available to the public. A man and his girlfriend buy one and we see how it comes to have control over their lives. Fascinating in the questions it poses and the potential for complications. 3 1/2 stars

zsuzsanna_reads Sounds intriguing! 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @zsuzsanna_reads it is a very cool premise. It‘s not my favorite of his, but a solid read for sure. 2mo
Pruzy @HeatherBookNerd Agreed, definitely far from his best 2w
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If you think comics are only for kids, think again! New post up at Book Riot today and I share a list of nonfiction graphic memoirs that are a great place to start for newbies to the form.
https://bookriot.com/2019/03/12/nonfiction-graphic-memoirs/

#graphicmemoirs #amwriting

Weaponxgirl Thanks again for a great list! I feel like that‘s all I say to you on here 2mo
HeatherBookNerd @Weaponxgirl glad to hear! 2mo
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Flowers for Algernon | Daniel Keyes
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So I think I‘m in the minority here, but this was just okay. Glad to have finally read it though. So very depressing. 😢

KristenDuck I keep wanting to read this but still haven‘t! 3mo
Reagan-reads It‘s not for everyone. I made my husband read it years ago and I don‘t think we ever talked about it again 😬 😆 3mo
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Truth is stranger than fiction. Hard to believe that Elizabeth Holmes was able to keep getting millions from investors for a product that never worked. With all the lying and paranoia and delusions of grandeur, she seems like a young female Trump. Just a crazy story!
#readharder #businessbook #journalismbook #nonviolenttruecrimebook

irre You managed to fit this one into many categories. Well done! I‘m in the line to get this at the library. 3mo
HeatherBookNerd @irre it‘s completely fascinating 3mo
irre Good to know. Can‘t wait to read it. 3mo
Texreader Great review 3mo
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Sing, Unburied, Sing | Jesmyn Ward
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I liked parts of this book, particularly the sections about JoJo and the relationships he has with his sister and Pop. But the rest of it kind of fell flat for me. The story felt too scattered and the different points of view not well defined. I listened to the audiobook, which used separate actors for each character, and I think if I had not had the different voices to distinguish them from each other, I might have been confused. Just so-so.

BooknerdsLife I think it‘s the switch of different POV making the story quite choppy but besides that, I do love the writing and I love the story of Richie. I agree with you regarding the ghost element as well, is it even necessary? 🤔 2mo
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I have mixed feelings. Some parts were super funny, and I appreciated Irby‘s candor in sharing some of the more challenging parts of her life. She discusses the realities of poverty and racism, and living with depression and chronic illness. Like many funny people, the humor comes with a certain amount of darkness. But it‘s just a bit too raunchy for my taste. LOTS of sex and language to wade through.

#readharder #humor

Laru79 I have this in my tbr pile - thanks for a good review! 3mo
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Magpie Murders | Anthony Horowitz
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If you love a good whodunnit, this one was very entertaining. Such a good audio. There‘s a book within the book, so you actually get two mysteries in this clever novel. Lots of characters and clues and red herrings!

LiteraryinLititz Loved this one so much! 3mo
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Sounds like love to me ❤️

Suet624 Awww...that‘s sweet. 3mo
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Lolita | Vladimir Nabokov
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New @bookriot post up today. I finally finished Lolita and I have feelings about it. Anyone else ever struggle with a disturbing book?

https://bookriot.com/2019/02/11/my-problem-with-lolita/

Stephaniereads1 It‘s a disturbing book. 3mo
Weaponxgirl I think we should challenge ourselves with books we find hard sometimes but saying that I couldn‘t finish this book and I also think we should trust ourselves when we find something just isn‘t right for us and too disturbing in whatever way. There‘s so many classics ect, there‘s no need to make ourselves read something we find genuinely disturbing, you can still get out of your comfort zone in other ways. 3mo
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Interesting book about LGBT people and movements that are a critical part of our nation‘s history and often left out of the historical narrative. Not earth shattering, but worth reading. After I finished this I realized it had less than 100 reviews on Goodreads, so it counts for one of my Read Harder books.

#readharder

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Dread Nation Sneak Peek | Justina Ireland
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What happens when the Civil War is interrupted by a zombie uprising? This awesome book, that‘s what! A sickle-wielding , funny, smart, salty, badass teenage heroine taking on the undead and racial injustice. And Bahni Turpin Queen of audiobooks as the narrator. Yes please! This was terrific. Can‘t wait for book #2!

#readharder #alternatehistory #ya

Carolyn11215 On top of my TBR list. 4mo
Stephaniereads1 She is my favorite narrator! 4mo
TNbookworm Yes! I loved this book and can't wait fir the next one! 4mo
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Circe | Madeline Miller
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My first @bookriot post of 2019! If you‘re an audiobook lover, check out this list. Some of my favorite audiobooks, all written and narrated by women.

https://bookriot.com/2019/01/30/audiobooks-written-and-narrated-by-women/

SamAnne Thanks for this! I tagged a couple books to listen to based on your advice. 4mo
Weaponxgirl Thanks, this is just the sort of list I love 🖤 4mo
HeatherBookNerd @SamAnne @Weaponxgirl Glad you liked it. I do love audiobooks ❤️❤️❤️ 4mo
Suet624 Thank you for the link and the recommendations. 3mo
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It's All About Me | Nakesha Lowe
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Itchyfeetreader I am loving reading these! I too adore a good steak 4mo
HOTPock3tt 2) Me too! ♥️We met in the 11th grade 4mo
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Literaturenut I just added Eleanor and Park to my TBR! 4mo
britt_brooke Great list! I had no idea you were a twin! I also hate cooking. 😩 4mo
Reggie Great list!! 4mo
LeahBergen 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4mo
HeatherBookNerd @Itchyfeetreader I hate most vegetables. I‘m such a carnivore. 4mo
HeatherBookNerd @HOTPock3tt WE met in 11th grade, fell in love in college and now have been married 27 years. Hope you and your hubby have many great years together too ❤️ 4mo
HeatherBookNerd @Literaturenut E&P is so good! I remember staying up all night to finish it. I graduated high school in 1986 so there‘s a pretty high nostalgia factor for me. 4mo
Suet624 I love your list. Thank you for sharing with us. 3mo
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Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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Circe was one of my top reads in 2018, and so I thought I‘d check out more Madeline Miller. This one didn‘t grab me quite like Circe, but it was excellent. Miller is one hell of a storyteller.

#readharder #mythology

Tamra I have wondered about this one. I just finished Circe, but I‘ve hesitated with this because if it‘s focused on war & battle I might get bored. 😐 5mo
violabrain @Tamra It is definitely not focused on war or battle. I haven‘t read Circe, but this book was one of the best books I‘ve ever read. Highly recommended! 5mo
Tamra @violabrain ok, with that I‘ll definitely try it! 5mo
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Tamra I also recommend Circe! 5mo
violabrain @Tamra Yes, it‘s on my list! :) 5mo
TNbookworm I felt the same way, liked Circe way more than Achilles. Both are excellent books! 5mo
bookandbedandtea I'm starting to think it depends on which book one reads first. I read Achilles first and LOVED IT. Circe was great but I like Achilles a bit more. 5mo
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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My goal was to read 60 books and ended up reading 75. Read a lot of good books this year, but these are my TOP TEN for 2018. 7 fiction, 3 nonfiction. All wonderful!

I also accomplished two other reading goals: I finished the @bookriot Read Harder Challenge and I read over 50% female authors.

#topten2018 #bestbooksof2018 #bookstagram #readharder

Megabooks Congratulations! 5mo
MallenNC Great picks! I love The Warmth of Other Suns. Great job on your challenges. 5mo
britt_brooke Great picks! 5mo
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Merethebookgal That‘s awesome! Congrats! 5mo
Tamra I definitely want to read Which Way Tree! 5mo
Comet_Readings Congrats on your challenge! I'm looking forward to reading Educated!🙋🏼‍♀️ 5mo
Carolyn11215 I adored Circe and the Underground Railroad!! 5mo
HeatherBookNerd @Tamra I just loved Which Way Tree. Took me by surprise. 5mo
HeatherBookNerd @Comet_Readings I just flew through Educated. Could not put it down! 5mo
HeatherBookNerd @Carolyn11215 great minds think alike! 5mo
Suet624 I still can‘t get over Poet X. Absolutely love it. I‘ve read it in print and listened to it. Fortunately my library has the audio through Overdrive so I can listen as often as I want. 😀 3mo
HeatherBookNerd @Suetara Poet X is awesome! 3mo
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Emergency Contact | Mary H. K. Choi
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Merry Christmas to me!

Chrissyreadit Fun socks! 5mo
Graciouswarriorprincess Love those socks!! 5mo
BookishMarginalia 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 5mo
Librarygirl88 Just finished Emergency Contact was really great 5mo
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The Christmas Gift | Monica McInerney
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It‘s Christmas Eve and it‘s the season of giving, so I thought I‘d share this post of beautiful bookish quotes I gathered about giving and receiving.

https://bookriot.com/2018/12/06/quotes-about-giving-and-receiving/

Merry Christmas everyone! 🎄

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Merry Christmas 🎄❤️ 5mo
AnneCecilie Merry Christmas 🎄 5mo
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Rabbit Cake | Annie Hartnett
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Insomnia=Reading

Thanks @britt_brooke for the book. I‘m loving it so far!

britt_brooke 💛💛💛 5mo
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