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Mybookcafelife

Mybookcafelife

Joined April 2022

Mostly read Nonfiction | Literature & Dark-ish Romance www.Mybookcafelife.com
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Perfect Strangers | J. T. Geissinger
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💭What ever you think this book is about. It‘s not. 😆
This is a thriller/Mystery romance. While there‘s romance in it, in my opinion is not the main focus of the story. I went in blind as usual and it did not disappoint.

🥺”Well, shit...” were my exact words right after I finish reading this book and not in a bad way. Not at all. I was flabbergasted! 😱 and a little teary eye, I am not going to lie.

#romancebook #thrillerromance #pnrbooks

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“I have lost my smile,
But don‘t worry,
The dandelion has it.”

My favorite quote from Peace In Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh.

It‘s also very gloomy today and I love it! 🖤 #gloomydays #rainydays #readingcorner

Leftcoastzen Love the quote & book! 1mo
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Pickpick

📖 Currently reading this lovely book. It‘s enlightening and insightful. You can never go wrong with Thich Nhat Hanh. If you haven‘t read any of his books, I would absolutely recommend.

Also, while it‘s not related at all. Today is day 25 of #100daysofhalloweenhappy with Fav blanket and this is my fav blanket. It‘s very old, but I love it just the same 😂

📖What are you reading?
#thichnhathanh #transformationandhealing #bookstoread

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The Library: A Fragile History | Andrew Pettegree, Arthur der Weduwen
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I‘m finally back home to my little library. It was a great summer away from home, but I sure missed my books and reading corner 😁

This is my favorite corner in my little library 🤗
#homelibrary #bookshelves #mylittlelibrary #readingcorner

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Pickpick

I read this wonderful Arc during my stay in the mountains. I loved this book.
The world building was excellent. The characters were both hilarious and wild, and as with any fantasy book, there are plenty of characters and storylines. If you‘re into Wuxia/Xianxia with incredible world building this is for you.
#fantasybooks #wesleychu #wuxia #bookstoread #mybookcafelife

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Reading in the wild is the best. It has become my one of my favorite reading spots. I am in my last week of vacation. I‘ve Been on the road all over the USA and missing my home.

What‘s your favorite reading spot/place?

#reading #travelingkindle #mybookcafelife

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Pickpick

📖What a rollercoaster! This book falls under my, “Struggling with a book hangover.” 😂

This was recommended to me and I went in blind. I was both surprised and intrigued 😳😱🫣🧐🤩
It didn‘t end at all how I imagined. I didn‘t even think this had a HEA, but to my surprised it did.

It is definitely not your conventional romance. Please check the author's note before reading. #darkromance #romancebooks
Full review on blog or insta

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HOLT: Her Ruthless Scion | Theodora Taylor
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I enjoy reading T. Taylor‘s books. I believe this is one of her earlier books 🤔 I could be wrong 🤷🏻‍♀️

🖤 I love how inclusive Theodora Taylor is with her books. There are so many various types of people, all from different backgrounds and it all works! Like it should be. It never feels forced. It‘s one of the many reasons, I enjoy reading her books.

MyBookCalledLife Looking this author up! 2mo
Mybookcafelife @MyBookCalledLife awesome! I hope you enjoy her books. Her most popular ones are Victor, Han, Phantom books. Check those out , though after the first book, it gets a bit darkish. The first book, though it‘s pretty good. 2mo
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Being and Having | Gabriel Marcel
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My latest book haul while on vacation. I‘ll probably buy more books, but this is what I have for now.

Have you read any of these?

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Arc | The Neuroscience of You has great information about the brain and it‘s working mechanism. I sadly didn‘t enjoy it as much as I thought. I found it to be more research and reference focused rather than an actual educational conversation or thorough analysis about the subject. It also felt more of a personal essay and how it applied to the author, more so than how your brain works for you.

While I didn‘t love it, I would recommend it. #arc