I‘m so excited to finally get this one from the library! Did anyone like this one?
I just started this, and already the story-within-a-story is a little confusing. Has anyone read this? Does it get better/easier?
This audiobook is on sale for $5, and buddy did I scoop it up fast (it came out less than three months ago!). Two Scotsman talking for 11 hours about Scotland? My fave place in the world?? Sign me up!💚🏴💚 #audiobook
I‘m on the Freshman Composition Committee within our English department, and we‘ve just started incorporating a book into our classes. They usually have to do with a social justice theme, and I‘m excited to start this one.❤️📖
This memoir is so good! Written by a speechwriter for former President Obama, it explores the interesting and anecdotal tales of the bright years that were the Obama administration. The audiobook is narrated by the author himself, and he is HILARIOUS. It‘s an excellent listen while I‘m waiting in the school pick-up line.❤️🎧❤️
In today‘s edition of “Crazy-Amazing Book Titles,” I present this beauty. I saw it at a used bookstore over the weekend and had to have it based on the title alone. What a breathtaking-ly beautiful, insane combination of words.❤️ #crazybooktitles
This one is good so far! Turney gives enough personality and interesting anecdotes that the science writing isn‘t too boring or dense. I love survivor stories, and this one has my attention and I‘m only 1/4 of the way through.💙❄️🌏
I‘m loving this book so far! It‘s a re-imagining of Sherlock Homes. Isaiah Quintan (IQ) is Black man who is possibly on the autism spectrum. After a traumatic experience as a teen, he takes on cases to help people, but also to pay his bills (he lives in the projects in California.) I‘m only a few chapters in, but MAN. Powerful stuff from the very beginning.🔎🔬🕵🏻♂️
For today‘s #inspirednewyear challenge, my #admirable book is Jane Austen‘s Emma. Not only is it my favorite Austen novel, but Mr. Knightley is (in my humble opinion), Austen‘s most #admirable hero.💘
This is my #motivated book for 2021! Instead of guilting myself into another diet, I‘ve decided to read books on positivity. In the long run, I think this is the way to go.❤️💪🏻 #inspirednewyear @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheKidUpstairs
1. The biggest change for me was letting go of family members and friends who have proven themselves to be racist and unfeeling. It breaks my heart, but I‘m trying to break the cycles.
2. I learned that as long as you keep the people around you that love you, life will be just fine.❤️
3. Actually, I read less than I intended. I teach college, so this year has been crazy.
4. Sarah J. Maas‘s new Crescent City series novel!🧡🧡🧡
Any guesses as to what my favorite Christmas present is??❤️ #thisistheway
Do yourself a favor and snatch up this ebook deal! It‘s one of the books in a series about a 10-year-old chemistry enthusiast who solves crimes in 1940s England. I have every book in the series, and they are all awesome.💙 #mystery
Mr. Knightley has this whole “Saturday” thing down pat.❤️😴🐱 #catsofLitsy
I can‘t believe it‘s been so long since I‘ve been on Litsy! So happy to be back. Here‘s to 2021 and may you all have wonderful book hauls!❤️📚❤️
Mine is personal significance! Oddly enough, if it‘s organized any other way, I get uneasy.🤣📚❤️
This was a 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ review from me! It had a very unique plot—heroine is an interior designer/hero is a former street urchin & duke‘s bastard—and the sexual tension (some of it is through letters) is HOT!!🔥I think my favorite part of the novel was, however, the heroine‘s backstory. Original, creative, and heartbreaking—all at the same time. Eloisa James does it again!💕💕💕
Next up in the TBR pile.📚
P.S. Letting go SUCKS.
Found this gem at the used bookstore for $1.50.💙🇳🇴🇩🇰🇸🇪📚
Book mail is the BEST mail.❤️📚❤️
I am so excited about this book! The tv show is AMAZING, and I‘m pretty sure I‘m in love with Crowley.🖤