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MarriedtoMrT

MarriedtoMrT

Joined May 2016

I pity the fool who doesn't like to read. Manager librarian by trade, teen librarian at heart, romance reader forever. Mama to bookworms in training.
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Bad Blood | John Carreyrou
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I know I am one of many saying the same thing but what is this fuckery? 🤯😤 I keep looking at the time stamp like, how can there be more? Why are there still so many hours? WHAT ELSE CAN HAPPEN???

The most telling thing for me is that when young Elizabeth is asked what she wants to be when she grows up she says a Billionaire. Despite what I‘ve seen in interview clips, it was never about helping or saving people. It was about accumulating power.

bookandcat I loved this audiobook lol. I went down the biggest Theranos rabbit hole after reading it. All the documentaries and all of the podcasts 😂 did a deep dive into trying to figure out what her original voice sounded like😂😂 2mo
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Gross Anatomy | Mara Altman
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Calling all Gross Anatomy fans! Have you heard? Chelsea Handler is working on developing the book into a TV show! 😍

charl08 How had I not heard of this? Sounds good. 2mo
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Convenience Store Woman | Sayaka Murata
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I saw @MaggieCarr compare this MC to Eleanor Oliphant and I had to give it a chance! I really enjoyed it and couldn‘t wait to let all you Littens know about this quirky, quick read. Then I looked under the title and saw all the many, MANY reviews. I‘m late to the party! This is what happens when I‘m not on Litsy much for several months. Anyway, I don‘t have much to add to the reviews already out there. It was really good! 😏

Godpants A friend lent this to me while I was sick awhile ago, but I haven‘t cracked it yet. I‘ll bump it up my TBR list. 2mo
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I binged the first half and only stopped because I had to go to work then I stalled on the second half and it took me a month to finish. Part of it was me (I was rear-ended on my way to work after that morning) but part was the flimsy fake dating pretense and the reluctance of both MCs to talk about things that really mattered and then the final conflict and resolution. 🤦🏻‍♀️ I still enjoyed it. Tessa does great banter and hot sexy-times. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

samnreader I wasn't a big fan of this one, but get why others loved it too. 2mo
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Passion on Park Avenue | Lauren Layne
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It was good but not my favorite LL. I liked the setup of the friend trio. I liked both Naomi and Oliver. I liked how Oliver‘s father‘s Alzheimer‘s played a huge part in his life. The banter was still on point. But the relationship progress was slow and involved A LOT of waffling on both sides. It made the inevitable finale seem kind of rushed. Also, despite the title, while there was certainly chemistry it was surprisingly light on passion. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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On how she tried to make her mom‘s life easier.

How do I get my kids to do this for me?!

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Words in Deep Blue | Cath Crowley, Wyatt North
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My #top6reads for 2019 so far.

I tagged under Words in Deep Blue because I waited SO LONG for that book to come out then was afraid/not in the mood to read it for several years after publication but I finally read it and I loved it and I LOVE Cath Crowley.

I love Julianna and Lucy for contemporary romances, Gross Anatomy is hilarious, and Technically and Evvie hit me over the head this weekend and out of a months long mini-slump.

Melissa_J I‘ve happy to see The Austen Playbook on your list. I bought it recently but haven‘t read it yet. 3mo
MarriedtoMrT @Melissa_J While I think a one or two others in the series still top for my favorite characters, her writing just keeps getting better. It‘s so good! I hope you enjoy it. 3mo
britt_brooke Gross Anatomy was so good! It could easily make my top reads of the year, too. I‘m disappointed I missed it earlier when choosing my 6. 😬 3mo
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Cinfhen Not even familiar with some of these titles....need to investigate 3mo
Megabooks Now I have to read Gross Anatomy! 3mo
Gillyreads I really need to read Words in Deep Blue! 3mo
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I stayed up until 2 am last night reading this and saved the end to savor this morning with coffee and cats. I just absolutely adored it. ❤️

jillrhudy It‘s terrific. Best in genre! 3mo
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Technically, You Started It | Lana Wood Johnson
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Littens, I loved this one. Told all in text (I love alternate formats!) with a bit of mistaken identity and some family and friend drama, this had a sprinkle of all the things that make a great teen contemporary. And on top of that, it had some great representation and frank conversations of sexuality. Some of the nerd speak did go over my head but that didn‘t detract from my enjoyment since the language overall felt authentic. Highly recommend!

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I found this to be an engaging and sometimes snarky history of feminism and the women‘s movement. It included biographies without feeling chunky and overviews of the main movements. Race and class are acknowledged but I do think it could have benefited from some more direct discussion of intersectionality. Overall, a definite pick.

Nute Informative review! Sometimes I don‘t mind a simplified presentation of a large platform issue. Is it a graphic novel? 3mo
MarriedtoMrT @Nute It is! 3mo
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Suffragettes were responsible for bombings, fires, property damage, and more in order “to get their message across.”

I struggle with the idea of peaceful vs non-peaceful protests so this was a good reminder for me that throughout history people were frustrated enough to agitate for the change they wanted to see.

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“Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.” - Rosa Luxemburg

I feel like there may be many women in the US who could benefit from thinking on this quote since they are actively working with an administration that wishes to suppress the rights of women and people of color.

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The Pest in the Nest | Julian Gough
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The dedication to his library! 😭

My soon to be third grader gives this one a 👍🏼. I‘d say it was probably a bit easy for her, maybe geared toward 1-2 graders. No chapters but chapter book size with a great mix of illustrations and longer text.

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I learned about Cathay William who enlisted in the army during the Civil War as William Cathay. She is the first African American woman to enlist and the only recorded woman to serve in the US Army while disguised as a man.

https://www.nps.gov/people/cwilliams.htm

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“I chose people based, not only upon historical precedence, but on their spirit and bravery...”

Bright, graphic illustrations of influential figures, a quote from them, and an accompanying brief bio. I wish there had been more women in his first set but I think he made up for it later on. While not in depth profiles, there is enough to get a sense of the person and spark curiosity and, possibly, further research.

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Comics for Choice | Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor
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My new library‘s nonfiction collection hasn‘t been properly weeded in years (it has too much space and didn‘t look overcrowded so it wasn‘t touched. We‘re fixing the space issue, too!) I was going through the list of items that hadn‘t circulated in multiple years and this was on the list. Reader, I saved it. If ever there was a time this book was needed it is now. Home safe with me for now and back to the shelf when I‘m done. Maybe displayed!

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Storm's Heart | Thea Harrison
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A pick but almost a so-so. Thea Harrison is one of those authors I *should* like but struggle with. I like her worlds (world? Does she have multiple?), characters, and storylines but her books are just so darn long! There‘s a lot of repetition and what is with the changing perspective from paragraph to paragraph? It was a great opposites attract and a super alpha male if that‘s your thing. I both read and listened to it depending on my mood.

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Piece of Work | Staci Hart
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I‘ve been a pretty inconsistent poster but here are some of my recently read #romance #romantsy:

1. Better than expected and less erotic than anticipated. If I‘m in the mood for sci-fi romance, I‘ll be looking for more Draven. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
2. So much potential wasted on the novella format. ⭐️⭐️
3. Enemies-to-lovers new adult. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
4. My first Staci Hart but not my last. Jerk boss works for me. I wish the timeline had been longer. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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No one‘s posted about this one yet but has anyone read it??? I succumbed to a #Netgalley email for some romance titles and I was really enjoying it but it just took an odd turn at the almost 50% mark and I‘m not sure what to think...

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The Lovely and the Lost | Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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I read this months ago via #netgalley and now it‘s out in the wild! Here‘s part of my original review:

“As usual, I was immediately sucked right in. JLB knows how to start a book...For me, it slowed a bit in the middle. The conclusion, while satisfying, was a bit rushed and there are some unanswered questions and under-explored resolutions that leave room for a series. I love her writing but this wasn‘t her strongest.”

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Huge Deal | Lauren Layne
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I barely read anything in April. I have a bunch of things (mostly good!) going on that are taking up too much headspace for me to land on any one book BUT I finished this on audio last night. I really enjoyed the narrators, especially Zachary Webber who had some odd pauses but a swoon-y voice. There was a plot twist in the second half that I thought I would hate but I should‘ve trusted LL to handle it well and she did!

#romantsy #romance

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Waiting at my daughter‘s gymnastics class and I‘m feeling this one.

rretzler Yes! 5mo
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Serious Moonlight | Jenn Bennett
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WAIT. Nancy Drew was edited in the 1960s? How did I not know this? She was “flippant and daring” in the originals? How do I get my hands on the unedited texts???

LibrarianRyan Ahhhhhh. Now I need to read them tooo 5mo
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Summer Skin | Kirsty Eagar
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I reread often but usually just my favorite parts. It is rare I do I cover-to-cover reread but after Henry from “Words in Deep Blue” by Cath Crowley mentions this book (and compares is “former” best friend to “Summer Skin” lead Jess) I had to pick it up again. As much as I liked it originally, I didn‘t remember a lot about it and that made this read phenomenal. I could read a favorite almost as if it was the first time! ❤️ Smart NA romance FTW.

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Susan O‘Malley started the project during a time of personal transition and passed away near full term with twins (who did not survive) before the book was published. These facts bring poignant context to the project.

Some favorites: “Be bad at something. Perfection is overrated.” - Margaret, 77

“Your heart has reasons your head does not know.” - Rachel, 24

“Try new things. It‘s ok to make mistakes.” - Emilia, 12

A quick read but powerful.

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Polaris Rising: A Novel | Jessie Mihalik
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That was fun. Sci-fi. Action. Adventure. Romance. Not necessarily in that order.

#romantsy

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Sarah is definitely one of us.

(Posted on her FB page but hopefully it will be included in a new collection???)

Maddeline Haha 😆 that happens to me every time! 6mo
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Royal Runaway | Lindsay Emory
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I love this dedication: “This book is dedicated to the women who have the power to change the world. That is to say, all of them.”

mariaku21 That's a great dedication! 6mo
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Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus
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On our way home after a quick weekend at my parents‘ house. We FINALLY had our Christmas together. Illness and weather kept us from celebrating before now.

I‘ve had this one since it first came out and I‘m finally starting it (now that it‘s going overdue from the library). I‘m enjoying it but it‘s not sucking me in quite as much as One of Us.

Mdargusch I haven‘t seen as much love for this as One of Us Is Lying. 7mo
MarriedtoMrT @Mdargusch It took a little longer to hook me but I just stayed up until 1 am to finish it so it had something goin for it! 7mo
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The Chase | Elle Kennedy
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Well, look at that pre-order I didn‘t realizing was dropping today (a perk of staying up past midnight!) I‘ve read a few mixed reviews but I‘m still looking forward to diving in.

(Tagged under the first book in the series since this one doesn‘t seem to be in the catalog yet.)

#romantsy

RadicalReader @MarriedtoMrT love the wonderful feeling of being able to jump into a boo as soon as it‘s available nothing can compare definitely a perk of being a bookworm 7mo
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The Austen Playbook | Lucy Parker
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Happy Valentine‘s Day to me! ❤️

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The Deceivers | Kristen Simmons
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I didn‘t think I could get more excited to read this book and then I read the stellar dedication. ❤️

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Fun! As of right this minute, these are the authors I pick:

Julianna Keyes
Holly Black
Jennifer Lynne Barnes
Tara Kelly
Lucy Parker

britt_brooke Nice choices! 7mo
LoverofLit Holly Black is my new 😍😍😍😍 7mo
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Please Understand Me 2 | David Keirsey
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After listening to Anne Bogel‘s book summarizing different personality theories, I thought I‘d give Keirsey‘s Temperaments a closer look but this book is way more dense than I‘m willing to commit to. That said, I made my husband take the test to get his Myers-Briggs (he‘s never taken it before) and I retook it and am still firmly an ISTJ.

Also, look at this note I found tucked inside! I can‘t decide if it‘s sweet or creepy. I‘m leaving it there!

Chelleo Kinda creepy 😳 7mo
Librarybelle I‘d say creepy 😳 7mo
Reviewsbylola Ummmmm yeah. What they said. ⬆️ 7mo
RavenLovelyReads Totally creepy.😳 7mo
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Tiger vs. Nightmare | Emily Tetri
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Tiger has always relied on her friend and protector, the monster under her bed, to fend off her nightmares but when monster encounters a nightmare so terrifying even he can‘t defeat it, Tiger needs to rethink her relationship with monster to support her friend.

This cute graphic novel/picture book made it on my radar when it was awarded a Geisel Award honor. I can see why! The art is great and the story is sweet and relatable.

MarriedtoMrT I just wanted to note, too, that I completely misgendered Tiger and it gave me pause. Why did I assume Tiger was a boy? I think it‘s because she wasn‘t given a skirt or bow or any “girl” clothes and she enjoyed playing pretty physically with monster (for example, her fighter stance on the cover). But I am so happy she was portrayed exactly as she is and I just really need to work on my assumptions. 7mo
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Another post about books I haven‘t read yet! These two were my planned reads a few weekends ago but as with most of my reading plans (looking at you, TBR) they got derailed a bit. That said, these are both keepers!

If They Come for Us is gorgeous. I‘ve read several poems so far and each one I‘ve read at least twice. It‘s going to be a heartbreaker.

Paperback Crush is full of nostalgia and will be great to read a bit at a time when the mood hits.

readingjedi Gorgeous cover! 7mo
MarriedtoMrT @readingjedi I know! I love it. I started following the artist on Instagram (but, of course, now I forget her name). 7mo
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Damsel () | Elana K. Arnold
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I‘m so far behind on review posts that I don‘t even know where to start. So here‘s a book I haven‘t read. Isn‘t it gorgeous? Damsel won a Printz Honor this year and I do plan on reading it at some point (when I can handle being gutted, from the sound of the reviews) but for now it will be returned to the library for another lucky reader.

Johanna414 I‘ve been anxiously waiting for a student to return this so I can read it! 7mo
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Popping in to say that I HAVE been reading, mostly romance, but I‘ve been poor at reviewing. Wah, wah. (Though I‘ve mostly kept up on GR so my yearly goal counter doesn‘t say I‘m behind).

That said, I‘m listening to this book on audio (a pretty well done production read by the author) and it is FASCINATING and accessible. I can‘t stop telling everyone about it (my parents, my husband, my coworkers) so I have to let you know as well.

CoffeeK8 Yes, I read this as an audiobook! It was fascinating 7mo
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Lola Dutch | Kenneth Wright
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While at the library, “Lola discovered the great artists, and her imagination ran wild. As did her library card.”

I think this page is a pretty accurate image of the number of books I have checked out from the library right now. 🙈

JennyM I like Lola! (edited) 8mo
LauraBeth I love this illustration so much ❤️ 7mo
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Unhoneymooners | Christina Lauren
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Sent request this morning. Obsessively checks email every 15 minutes to see if approval (or rejection) came through.

I *know* that‘s not how it works but still! I‘m in the mood for this book.

Hope_a Can I ask (it may sounds stupid) but how do you convert books from there? I received a book, I really wanted to read, but it was in some very strange format. Neither the program with which I usually convert books for my Kindle work nor putting the book straight to Kindle folder. 😊 (edited) 8mo
Jas16 I am doing the same thing. 8mo
DarcysMom @Hope_a The Netgalley website has an excellent FAQ/troubleshooting section 8mo
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DarcysMom @Hope_a If you want to read on your kindle, you need to add Netgalley to your approved sender list and give Netgalley your kindle email address. Specific directions are on the Netgalley website. 8mo
Hope_a @DarcysMom Thank you so much. I checked the section but I will go through it one more time, more carefully. Also I added NetGalley as approved sender but still I don‘t receive nothing from them. 8mo
MarriedtoMrT @Hope_a I don‘t request a lot from Netgalley because I can be horrible about timely reviews and most have been Kindle supported but the one time I got a book in a weird, non-Kindle supported format I ended up downloading a different kind of reader to my tablet. I think I Googled the file format and reader apps. It‘s been a couple years. Good luck! 8mo
Hope_a @MarriedtoMrT Thanks! ☀️ 8mo
MarriedtoMrT @Jas16 It came through first thing in the morning. How about you? I‘m excited! 8mo
Jas16 @MarriedtoMrT I got mine too. I know what I am reading this weekend. 8mo
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Verity | Colleen Hoover
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Hi! My name is Casey and I have a bookish confession. I read the end of books first. With the genres I usually read, YA and romance, I can read the end but still be surprised by what happens getting there. I *knew* I shouldn‘t read the end of this one but did anyway and I completely ruined it all for myself. 😭

I enjoyed the writing. I especially liked this quote: “I think the idea of me is better than the reality of me.” Now I‘m bailing.

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Chester (orange) was on my lap first. Amberley wormed her way in and Chester wasn‘t feeling accommodating. 😹

We were supposed to travel this long weekend but snowpocalypse thwarted us. Now I‘m hoping to get some reading done. I was only mildly successful yesterday (I really need to stay off social media). We‘ll see what today brings. First up, finish the tagged book!

JenReadsAlot 🤣 8mo
tammysue 😂😂 8mo
JoScho 😂😂😂 8mo
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cherinium My cats do this, too. Goofballs. 🤪 8mo
rubyslippersreads 😻😻😻 8mo
Purrfectpages This picture is hysterical. 8mo
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Verity | Colleen Hoover
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In this picture are two awesome reasons I was not sad to go to work (at the library) today despite the snow. (Hint: for once it‘s not cat related! 😉)

My holds came in WAY faster than I thought they would.

Reviewsbylola Ooooh I bet those are both great! 8mo
Dragon 😻 8mo
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75% awesome content. 25% I have no idea what‘s going on. Overall, a great collection of comics tackling important issues of race, racism, and identity.

I tried to take pictures of some of the panels that stood out to me but they were irregular sizes and text heavy so they didn‘t fit the Litsy format. You‘ll just have to check them out for yourself. 😉

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I never got around to posting my favorites from 2018 so here they are. I thought I would have plenty of room on the page (and some left over) but was pleasantly surprised to find myself cramming books along the edges. These are the reads that challenged, surprised, delighted, and/or shot me through the heart. Eleanor has the strong lead for #1 but the other starred reads were my other best of the best picks. Here‘s hoping 2019 is just as great!

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My most pressing (and realistic) reading goal for 2019 is to finish and review these books I started in 2018. I‘ve actually completed the tagged but in audio so now I‘m going through the print to find my favorite quotes. The other three have holds (and I‘m paying overdue fines on Your Black Friend). I like them all but turned to romance the last few weeks to cope with holiday and after holiday stress.

Gipper‘s guarding the pile. 😼

That-Bookish-Hiker Look at the precious kitty! 😻 8mo
MarriedtoMrT @That-Bookish-Hiker He‘s got rbf but he‘s the sweetest cat. And I‘m obsessed with his eyes. 8mo
BookBabe 😻 8mo
LauraBeth He‘s gorgeous 😻 8mo
Dragon 😻 8mo
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Hi All! I haven‘t been as active as I‘d like but, with many new followers, I thought I‘d jump on the intro bandwagon!

1. Ohio, USA
2. I‘m going to say Tamora Pierce, though I “discovered” her a few years ago. I‘d known of her for a long time but didn‘t think her books were for me. Then I read Alanna and fell in love.
3. Ever evolving and never getting smaller.
4. My couch, covered in cats (I have 3). Also my current status.
5. 👆🏻

#littenintro

tessavi Thank you for posting 🦔 8mo
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While my husband and I both had to work on and off during the holidays, we worked it out so the kids could be home for almost their whole break. They go back to daycare tomorrow and school on Thursday so I‘m trying to get us somewhat organized. I had my second grader round up her library books to go back and here‘s the pile of books she finished over break. She read way more than I did!

RadicalReader @MarriedtoMrT congratulations to raising ravenous readers. Such a remarkable feat to see their accomplishments no greater joy than to get excitement out of the simple things in life and the lovely library is always free 9mo
Tamra My kids love those! The library is such a savings when they run thru books (esp. graphic novels) at this age! 9mo
Texreader That‘s fantastic!!! 9mo
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Zenobia | Morten Durr
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One final bit of year end business: #LitsyAtoZ. I don‘t think I ever officially signed up and when I hit my funk I stopped tracking for a while. I filled this in after I read my last book of 2018 and was surprised and delighted that I got all but two letters. I‘ll be tracking again in 2019 and maybe this time I‘ll make it official.

Texreader I didn‘t make mine official until a couple of weeks ago. You did great! 9mo
Nute A very hard-earned accomplishment. Way to go!👍🏽 9mo
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The Lovely and the Lost | Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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I didn‘t get the little congratulations page when I hit my goal (😢) maybe because GR knew I had revised it down twice. I had originally set my goal for 125 but I was in a bit of a reading funk for a large part of the year. I am very happy with my 97 books and the great books I read toward the end of the year to get me there but I‘m setting it to 125 again for 2019 and hoping I can avoid the book blahs this year!

ElishaLovesBooks That‘s a fabulous number especially with a book funk! 🎉 (edited) 9mo
Redwritinghood 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 9mo
Kodak2057 I did the same thing except I didn‘t reach my goal and it wasn‘t nearly as many as yours lol hoping to shake it off for the new year! 9mo
MarriedtoMrT @Kodak2057 Some years are better than others and I‘m hoping for a good year. (Thankfully I was just in a funk not a total slump or that number would‘ve been way lower!) Cheers to you on a new year of reading!🥂 (edited) 9mo
Bookwormjillk I was in a reading funk for part of this year too. Here‘s hoping for better reading in 2019. 9mo
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