1. I usually make piles of books that I want to read soon and grab whatever I‘m in the mood for.
2. No. I mostly read at home.
3. I need quiet to read so pretty much all noise is a distraction. Sometimes my pets like to steal my attention.
4. Coffee!! ☕️☕️☕️ I can‘t eat and read at the same time.
5. I tag anyone who wants to participate. 🙂
I love this! One of the best parts of the finale. I would have loved to have seen more of Ghost on the series.
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“He will not come,” Kraznys said.
“There is a reason. A dragon is no slave.” And Dany swept the lash down as hard as she could across the slaver‘s face. Kraznys screamed and staggered back, the blood running red down his cheeks into his perfumed beard. The harpy‘s fingers had torn his features half to pieces with one slash, but she did not pause to contemplate the ruin. “Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.”
“At the top of the stairs there are four secrets hidden. Blond, beautiful, innocent, and struggling to stay alive...”
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Great writing, great story. A hard book to put down. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
“The pieces are set and the game has already begun. Each move brings Alice closer to her destiny. But to win, she will need to harness her abilities and ally herself with someone even more powerful: the mysterious and vengeful Red Queen...”
Fantastic sequel to Alice. As if Through the Looking Glass had been written by the Brothers Grimm. I look forward to reading more from this author. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
1. I like stories that are rich in detail, good description of settings, and believable characters.
2. Bookmarks, coffee mugs, cat related items, some movie collectibles from favorite fandoms like LOTR and Harry Potter.
3. Maxwell House coffee drinks & desserts cookbook
4. Nicole Blackman
5. I tag anyone who wants to join in. 🙂
1. Hermione, napping in her nest of blankets.
2. A few chapters of A Feast for Crows. Wasn‘t able to get much reading done this week.
3. Nothing much. A little cleaning, groceries, reading, watching the Kentucky Derby and maybe some more of You on Netflix.
4. 61° Rainy and cloudy
5. Grilled cheese and turkey sandwiches, and Old Bay waffle fries.
1. I used to read and write fanfics for American Horror Story: Asylum.
2. Stephen King‘s Christine
3. Printed magazines. Writer‘s Digest, Smithsonian, Discover, and Rachael Ray Every Day are some I‘ve subscribed to.
5. I‘ve never come across one.
👋Hello! Anyone who wants to join in is welcome.👋
Thanks for the tag @DaveGreen7777
1. Horror, Sci-fi, Fantasy
2. I read a pretty wide range of genres.
3. Westerns, Sports, Manga
4. I prefer sci-fi, horror, and fantasy adaptations.
5. I don‘t usually read genres I dislike, although I will read sports books about horses.
6. The short story, Loving the Goat, from a collection called Dead Roses. I found it vile and disgusting.
7. I tag anyone who hasn‘t done this yet.
Thanks for the tag @Erofan
1. A Game of Thrones, since I‘m rereading the series.
3. King‘s Landing
4. I‘m posting this late, so I tag anyone who might not have done this yet.
1. The Dark: New Ghost Stories - Ellen Datlow
A Feast for Crows - George R. R. Martin
Sacred Hunger - Michelle Belanger
2. The Weekend Novelist - Robert J. Ray
1. Pretty Fly (For a White Guy) -The Offspring, Uninvited -Alanis Morissette, Pure Morning -Placebo, Dragula -Rob Zombie, Freak on a Leash -Korn, I Think I‘m Paranoid -Garbage. So many old favorites for this.
2. Sagittarius ♐️
3. Stephen King
4. @GypsyKat @flying_monkeys and everyone else.
1. The ‘70s, ‘80s, or ‘90s. I was an ‘80s kid and a ‘90s teen so I get nostalgic for those decades, and I just like a lot of things from the ‘70s.
2. I prefer printed books, hardback and paperback. I like Kindle for reading in bed.
3. A couple years Older.
4. I‘m about a five minute drive from the hospital I was born in.
The second volume continuing the TV series.
The forces of darkness gather, and the end times come to London 💀
Fantastic artwork and story. Really makes me miss the Showtime series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is the first volume of the two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros. This book is richly detailed and full of gorgeous illustrations. A must read for fans of Games of Thrones and ASOIAF book series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
1. Sagittarius ♐️
2. I‘ve been sticking to my budget and keeping my buying impulses under control. (Mostly)
3. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
4. Probably drinking coffee and reading. Possibly binge watching Mr. Mercedes on DVD.
“Prince Bran has heard that tale a hundred times, I‘m sure.”
“No,” said Bran. “I haven‘t. And if I have it doesn‘t matter. Sometimes Old Nan would tell the same story she‘d told before, but we never minded, if it was a good story. Old stories are like old friends, she used to say. You have to visit them from time to time.”
Thanks for tagging me @DaveGreen7777 and @flying_monkeys 😊
1. I‘m treating myself to a few spring book releases I have preordered.
2. My highly active imagination. I could keep myself entertained for hours inside my head.
3. I have some talent with art and creative writing, and I‘m pretty good at baking.
4. Everyone on Litsy is pretty awesome.🖤❤️🖤
I am a direwolf, and done with wooden teeth.
Arya Stark 🐺⚔️
Jamie gave a chuckle. “If there are gods, why is the world so full of pain and injustice?”
“Because of men like you.”
“There are no men like me. There‘s only me.”
Jaime Lannister & Catelyn Stark
1. Berries and Cherries.
2. A Clash of Kings - George R. R. Martin
3. The Fountain - Darren Aronofsky
4. Hoping to be closer to moving out of state in five years.
This was a good book. I enjoyed reading about the aunts in their younger years and learning more about the Owens family. Great for fans of Practical Magic. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I liked the storyline for this one but I thought it could have used more details in parts. Doesn‘t have much information about the town and its inhabitants, which is some of the stuff I love reading about with small town settings. Other than that it was an okay horror tale. ⭐️⭐️⭐️