I got to teach Poe‘s Fall of the House of Usher for the first time today. My college sophomores LOVED it.🖤☠️🏰🧟♀️
Saw Antoni from Queer Eye in Atlanta last week, and the ticket price included the gorgeous cookbook!📚😍
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.🖤
This cat, y‘all. He slept while I stayed up til 2:00am finishing a good book.🧡📚🧡 #catsofLitsy
Ok, Litsy. I need your help!
I have a few weeks before I start the second round of revisions on my thesis, so I need some help choosing a book. From top left: a historical romance, a travel/food memoir, Fiction about an Indian family who suddenly make it rich (supposed to be super funny), and a guide to getting jobs after a PhD.
Any help is appreciated!📚❤️
Gotta love an eclectic book collection.📚🤓
People that call Jane Austen a “romance writer with no substance” just kill me. She was extremely satirical and was extremely perceptive. 💗💗💗
My Mother‘s Day present was free rein in a bookstore. Nothing better than books and cute coffee mugs.📚☕️❤️
My local used bookstore is going out of business (😭😭😭), so all books were $1. The owner died of leukemia, and none of her family wanted to take over the business. The place was super busy today, though, and it was nice for business to be hoppin‘ during its last week. ❤️
Re-reading my favorite Christopher Moore novel.💙🐳🌊
Mr. Knightley is looking very noble today.🐱🧡 #catsofLitsy
Christina Lauren is a hit or miss for me. Some books are incredibly nuanced and poignant. Others can be a little convoluted and unnecessary. Roomies, however, was kind of a mixture. It‘s got an interesting romance trope (fake marriage of convenience), a hot, Irish street musician, and a reference to Lin-Manuel Miranda. The steamy scenes and sexual tension were 🔥, but the plot was just clunky and weird.
Today‘s #AnglophileApril prompt is an interesting one. The first thing I thought of for #boysdontcry is anything about autism and boys being different. My autistic 11-year-old has no problems crying or showing his feelings, and I adore it. I think we need more emotion in this world, especially in the boys we‘re raising. This is a fascinating book on neuro-diverse kids and the issues they face.
Emma commanded that I stay on the couch with her.😻😴 #catsofLitsy
1. Thor: Ragnarok. I‘ve seen it 18 times and I put it on anytime I‘ve had a bad day.💛⚡️
2. Probably Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit
3. It will forever and always be Scotland. I‘ve been once, and I wake up every day wanting to go back.🏴
4. Definitely Romance. I can‘t get enough of them.💘
5. English, with a dash of Anglo-Saxon (Old English) that I had to learn for my Master‘s degree.📜