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TheLudicReader

Joined September 2016

I read for pleasure. theludicreader.com
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Jonny Appleseed by Joshua Whitehead
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The Mary Shelley Club | Goldy Moldavsky
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Pre birthday book haul. All the books are for me except the tagged book and Furia. #sorrynotsorry

merelybookish Best kind of birthday shopping! 3d
AmyG Ooooh 🙌🏻❤️ 3d
Linsy The tagged bok soubds interesting! 2d
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My #doublespin is part memoir, part travelogue, and part self-help book about the joys of traveling alone, something I hope to do once I retire. The author spends time in Paris, Florence, Istanbul and her hometown NYC (a city she tries to see with fresh eyes). I found the writing, her observations and her thoughts about the topic lovely.
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youneverarrived I really enjoyed this too! 1w
merelybookish If I didn't already have it stacked, I would based on your review 1w
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I loved John Hughes films back in the day, many of which would likely be considered problematic by today‘s standards, particularly my favourite, 16 Candles. This memoir isn‘t so much about Hughes, although the author spent many years trying to write Hughes‘s biography - without any access to the man himself or the people who knew him. I found this repetitive, grim and kind of annoying. Basically, our 20s. 😂
#bookspin @TheAromaofBooks

LeahBergen Ha! 😆 1w
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 1w
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Mothers | Rod Jones
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Happy Mother‘s Day.

LeahBergen ❤️❤️❤️ 1w
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Two nonfic books for May‘s #bookspin, @TheAromaofBooks

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The Bed I Made | Lucie Whitehouse
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Current situation.

AmyG Awwww ❤️ 2w
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Spinning | Tillie Walden
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May‘s #bookspin selections.
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The Missing Years | Lexie Elliott
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I really enjoyed this author‘s first book, The French Girl, but I found this one slow and frustrating, with wonky character development. Ailsa inherits a manor house in Scotland after her mother dies, but from the minute she arrives the house makes her uncomfortable. The action picks up the last 75 pages or so, but I still had to read 300 pages to get there.

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Cascade: Stories | Craig Davidson
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My April #bookspin was a collection of short stories by the Canadian author of The Saturday Night Ghost Club & The Troop (writing as Nick Cutter). Each of the six stories in this collection examines relationships (mother and child, siblings, friendships) and each one was perfection - particularly their ambiguous endings, which are a personal favourite of mine. @TheAromaofBooks

AmyG Beautiful tulips ❤️ 1mo
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Blood Innocents | Thomas H. Cook
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Cook is always going to be a pick for me because I‘ve loved his literary mysteries ever since I read Breakheart Hill 20 years ago. Blood Innocents is his very first novel, published in 1980, and you can see the beginnings of his style, although this book doesn‘t have the same depth as his later books & I am not sure if I had read it first I would have sought him out as I have over the years (his books are difficult to find). Still, a soft pick.

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In Pieces | Danielle Pearl
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I actually want to go through this book and count how many times these characters drop the F-bomb because it‘s a lot. And I am not expletive adverse, it‘s just…cringe-y, as is much of the rest of this story of 19 yr old Beth and 21 yr old David who have known each other all their lives, and have fought their attraction for years. These are porn stars not people. #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks I don't mind swearing when it feels natural to the story, but sometimes it just feels like the author is trying to be “hip“ or something and then it gets annoying very fast. 1mo
EvieBee That‘s a pet peeve of mine. 🤢 1mo
TheLudicReader The swearing or the fact that young characters are porn stars. Either way, 😬🙄😂 @EvieBee 1mo
EvieBee @TheLudicReader LOL both! 1mo
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This is a dual time-line narrative about Juniper, who returns to her hometown to help out a friend, but also to figure out who is planning to do a podcast about a double murder that happened 15 years ago, a murder for which her brother was implicated but never charged. I really enjoyed this book, and Juniper‘s determination to mend relationships with her family and figure out whodunnit. There‘s a splash of angst, too, and I am there for it.

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What a delightful and unexpected surprise, @Mitch
Thank you so much for thinking of me and for sending the best kind of mail- book mail. ❤️

LeahBergen I love those rabbits! 2mo
Cathythoughts I enjoyed this book ! 2mo
Mitch That arrived soooo quickly! Happy Spring! 1mo
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April‘s #bookspin selections, @TheAromaofBooks

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I flew through the story of Jane, a Vietnamese woman who has been held captive by Lenn for many years. The author does a really great job of creating a sense of dread; I was anxious the whole time. Jane‘s abuse is not graphic, but that doesn‘t make it any less horrifying. The ending is a little tidy, but this was a great, page-turning read.

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Malibu Rising | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Did anyone like this book? For me, this book was such a disappointment. A bunch of names on a page, a trite ending, just a colossal waste of time. I loved Daisy Jones and the Six, but this read more like One True Loves, which I didn‘t like.
My March #doublespin, @TheAromaofBooks

merelybookish Hate it when a book feels like a waste of time. 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Bummer!! 2mo
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The Kiss Quotient | Helen Hoang
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My #valentineswap book from @maich was fun to read. Stella, 30, hires a male escort, Michael, to help her get better at sex. Despite the fact that she‘s smart and beautiful, she hasn‘t had much luck because she has some quirks due to her autism. Take that out of the equation and you‘d still have a fun, smutty romp. I didn‘t get why they complicated things for the characters at the end; it seemed unnecessary. If you like graphic sex… 😂

maich I'm glad you liked it. ❤💕 2mo
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The Maid | Nita Prose
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Current situation on the last day of my March Break.

RamsFan1963 The cat seems angry to be sharing the photo with the book 🤣🤣 2mo
TheLudicReader @RamsFan1963 Lily hates having her picture taken…and all we do is take pics of her. 🤣 2mo
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My March #bookspin . I feel ambivalent about this story of a family who has put everything (and I mean everything) into their daughter‘s gymnastic ambitions. I have read other books by this author which I have enjoyed a lot more than this one. @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 2mo
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Saint X | Alexis Schaitkin
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@StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego sent this book to me as part of my #poutinepenpals #fallswap and it was great. When six-year-old Claire, her older sister Alison and their parents take a vacation on Saint X, the unthinkable happens. Years later, while living in NYC, Claire meets one of the men involved. This is a beautifully-written examination of family, grief, race & privilege, the secrets we keep & the stories we tell ourselves.

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@TheAromaofBooks my March #bookspin reads.

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Spinning | Tillie Walden
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My March #bookspin selections, @TheAromaofBooks

merelybookish Old School has been on my TBR for eons! 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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Consent | Nancy Ohlin
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This is a soft pick. Bea Kim, a high school senior, hides her love for music (and her innate talent) from everyone. Then a new music teacher arrives at her school. He‘s worldly, and talented, and beautiful and he thinks her musical gift should be celebrated. You can guess the rest. I am not sure Ohlin managed to flesh out these characters or the relationship between teacher and student in more than broad strokes, but it was an easy read.

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Breathless | Jennifer Niven
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Niven captures the breathlessness of first love in this NA story about newly graduated Claude whose life implodes when her parents announce a separation and she ends up traveling to an island off the coast of Georgia with her mom. There she meets Jeremiah Crew, who upends her world and mends her heart. First love was a long-ass time ago for me, but this brought back those memories and then some. Loved it.

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Migrations: A Novel | Charlotte McConaghy
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Oft recommended here, this book is fabulous, heart-wrenching and beautifully written. I loved everything about it.
The story follows Franny as she hitches a ride on a fishing boat in an effort to track terns in a future world where most of nature has been destroyed by climate change. How she came to be here is revealed through multiple time lines. Glorious. Highly recommend.

BarbaraBB So glad you loved it too. A heartbreaking book 3mo
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The Lying Room | Nicci French
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My February #bookspin was a dud. I have read a lot of Nicci French and have loved a lot of it, but this one - about a married woman who discovers the body of her lover and decides to clean up instead of calling the cops is just ridiculous. I did all my eye-rolling practice for the month with this one.
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TheAromaofBooks At least it's off the list!!! 3mo
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The First Part Last | Angela Johnson
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merelybookish I really enjoy the Dash & Lily Xmas series on Netflix! 3mo
Booksarelifeaddict Great bookhaul! 3mo
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So, this is my view this morning. Luckily, my landlord has a snowblower & he is hard at work out there clearing the walk & driveway. Quite a storm. I am not reading this weekend, unfortunately. End of term marks are due tomorrow and I have another full day of marking ahead of me, but then the kids come back to school on Wed after three weeks of virtual teaching so YAY! Hope you other East coasters made it through the blizzard. @Crazeedi

FantasyChick I don't know about you but I am SO over the snow. This was, what, the 3rd storm this month? I can't get to my garbage cans or compost bin. I'm ready for spring 🥶 4mo
TheLudicReader @FantasyChick I am over winter before winter starts. I hate it. But I do love a good storm. 😄 according to the weather, plus 6 and rain here on Thursday. Crazy. 4mo
Crazeedi The last 3 days have been rather crazy here, freezing rain, then snow. But we didn't get the snow like it looks like you did! We probably got a total of 8 or 9 inches over 3 days. And the sun is out now so it's pretty. But today is very cold! Stay warm Christie, I wa thinking of you when o saw where the storm tracked 3mo
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#NYWD22 book #3 this is a soft pick for me. Ellie Littlejohn has climbed the corporate ladder dragging her secrets behind her. She‘s the only Black woman on the executive floor and she‘s only there because her boss (and lover) is found dead. I think a rather pedestrian mystery is elevated by Morris‘s observations about race and misogyny.
@JamieArc @monalyisha

Crazeedi Christie, I see the blizzard warnings for the weekend may impact your area? Please stay safe!! 4mo
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The Return | Rachel Harrison
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When her best friend from college, Julie, disappears without a trace and then reappears two years later, Elise knows something isn‘t right. A girls‘ getaway with their two other besties goes nightmarishly bad. Although it doesn‘t completely hang together, this was a page-turner.

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It‘s -23, -30 with the windchill, so it‘s the perfect day to snuggle up with my third #NYWD selection All Her Little Secrets.
@Andrew65 @JamieArc @monalyisha

monalyisha 🥶🥶🥶 4mo
Andrew65 Best thing to do, stay warm 😱🥶🥶🥶 4mo
merelybookish It's such a shame about the cold because it's a nice day otherwise. 4mo
JamieArc I hope you enjoy it! I‘m on my 3rd as well - When We Were Vikings 4mo
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Indian Killer: A Novel | Sherman Alexie
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My pledge this year is to not waste time on books I don‘t enjoy. Both of these have been on my tbr shelf forever…and #bookspin and #doublespin has cleared them. I bailed on them both.
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BarbaraBB That‘s a relief 😉 4mo
TheAromaofBooks So good to get those kinds of books of the shelf - ones I feel guilty about not at least giving a chance, even when I am pretty sure I'm not going to like them! I had someone do a bingo list last year comprised entirely of titles she thought she was going to bail on and she cleared all 25 off her shelves that month!!! 4mo
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Stress-Free Living | M. M. Walia
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I was surprised and delighted to find a parcel waiting for me from @Bookgoil , @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and the #Litsylove team. It‘s been a week, let me tell you, and this certainly brightened my day. Thank you. ❤️

AmyG How lovely! 4mo
ShelleyBooksie This is awesome 4mo
Bookgoil ❤️ sending all the love, hope things get better soon 4mo
Professional_Book_Dragon 💜💜💜 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 4mo
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The Reading List: A Novel | Sara Nisha Adams
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My second #NYWD22 selection was just okay for me. I loved the premise- an elderly widower and a lonely teenage girl connect over books, but it all felt contrived to me. 😬 There was just too much going on for any of it to really land, the book discussions were cursory and the ending was, frankly, implausible. This might be a case of it‘s me rather than it‘s the book.
@JamieArc @monalyisha

monalyisha Oh, I‘ve definitely seen great reviews for this! But books about books are hard! When they‘re great, they‘re great. But it‘s easy to get it (even just slightly) wrong. I remember reading one that everyone loved while I thought it was okay. 4mo
TheLudicReader Haha, I did not like The Storied Life either, @monalyisha 4mo
monalyisha One that I actually did enjoy (though it was awhile ago now so I don‘t feel 100% confident in my recommendation) is 4mo
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monalyisha @TheLudicReader I remember thinking that the author got the bookstore vibe exactly right. 4mo
Prairiegirl_reading I never understood what is so great about AJ Fikry!! I‘m glad to know I‘m not the only one! 4mo
TheLudicReader I might actually have a copy of that on my tbr shelf, @monalyisha 4mo
monalyisha @TheLudicReader TW, though for Midnight (which will be clear from the blurb alone). (edited) 4mo
monalyisha @Prairiegirl_reading 😉👯‍♀️ I didn‘t hate it. I just wasn‘t blown away or forever endeared. 4mo
Prairiegirl_reading @monalyisha yeah, same. The only reason why I remember it at all is because everyone else loves it and I thought…… meh. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 4mo
TheLudicReader @Prairiegirl_reading @monalyisha it's one of the best things about reading - no two readers read the same book. 😄 4mo
JamieArc The thing about books I usually love is that it has to do with what‘s going on in my life. I was in the midst of a huge reading slump when I picked this one up, and I tend to love intergenerational friendships. I was also struggling through A Suitable Boy, and this inspired my to keep going. 4mo
TheLudicReader @jamiearc books are like that…sometimes they find you at the right time. 😁 I think I am likely in the minority, but that‘s okay. I didn‘t want to throw it across the room. 😁 you may not love some of my choices, either. I am prepared for that. 🤣 (edited) 4mo
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Besides the tagged book, I recommend
The Secret History
Fingersmith
The Book Thief
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
The Paper Palace
Chaos Walking trilogy
anything by Thomas H Cook

Thanks for the tag @Elizabeth2 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks #sundaysoapbox

Any interest in sharing your recs @catiewithac @MadelineMcCrae @ShelleyBooksie @merelybookish

KarenUK Your first four could be me! 4mo
JamieArc Fingersmith is one of the books I recommend most too. I need to read more by that author. 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks for playing!! 📚🙌🏻 4mo
merelybookish Thanks for the tag. I have been meaning to read the Chaos Walking series for ages! 4mo
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The Return | Rachel Harrison
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First #bookhaul of 2022. #sorrynotsorry. 15 of them are for my classroom.

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@Andrew65 #WeekendReading prompt has me thinking about how I am going to spend my post-blizzard Saturday. On tap, my #bookspin and #doublespin and my second #NYWD22 selection. It‘s ambitious to think I might complete any of them, but I will give it a go. Art by my daughter- a huge self portrait which was an art school assignment and now watches over me while I sleep.

Andrew65 Hope you enjoy your reading. 4mo
jb72 I just got my hold on The Reading List 4mo
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The Reading List: A Novel | Sara Nisha Adams
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Getting started on my second book for #NYWD22, @JamieArc & @monalyisha
It‘s blustery out there.

EvieBee Whoa! That snow! Good book, too. 4mo
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Firekeeper's Daughter | Angeline Boulley
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Well, @JamieArc , my first #NYWD22 read was a cracker. I was completely invested in this story of 18-year-old Daunis, who becomes swept up in an investigation into the meth trade that is killing her friends. I loved that the book straddles cultures, incorporates Native stories and traditions, and is a page-turning, kick-ass story with a terrific main character and several fabulous secondary characters. 100% a winner. @monalyisha

monalyisha I need to read this one soon! It‘s not on my #NYWD22 list but I‘ve seen so many stellar reviews! 4mo
JamieArc Glad you enjoyed this one. I attended an online author talk and she was great to listen to. We all were also proud of how she repped Michigan. 4mo
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Indian Killer: A Novel | Sherman Alexie
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Two books I have had forever for my #bookspin and #doublespin, @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Good luck!!! 4mo
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Pen Pals | Kelly Burkholder
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This constitutes all the #litsylove snail mail I received in 2021. As a kid, I had lots of pen pals…because that was a thing you did in the 70s…wrote letters, exchanged friendship books and slams. It has been so much fun getting to know my fellow littens the old fashioned way. @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Tattooedteacher @BookNAround @CoffeeNBooks @Crazeedi @Lovesbooks87 @AmyG @Soubhiville @catiewithac @Moonprismpower @Mrs_B @quietjenn @ —->

TheLudicReader @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego @ShelleyBooksie @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @Elizabeth2 @Librarybelle @BookwormAHN @DinoMom @TheAromaofBooks @Jee_HookedOnBookz @iread2much @Mitch @MadelineMcCrae - your letters have brought a little Sunshine to my day. And for those of you I have yet to get to know….here comes 2022. Happy New Year all. 5mo
Moonprismpower Oooh and the stack will be bigger in 2022! Happy to have your #litsy friendship! 5mo
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Librarybelle So amazing! Happy New Year! 5mo
BookwormAHN Happy New Year 🎉 5mo
AmyG Happy New Year! Here‘s to continuing writing in 2022. 🍻 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Happy New Year!!! We have an awesome group ❤️📝 5mo
Crazeedi It's been a joy to get to know a little about you! So many lovely letters! Its actually fun to get the mail isn't it?! 5mo
DinoMom Happy new year! Happy mail is the best! 5mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Happy New Year! 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! Happy new year!! I've actually been a terrible LitsyLove member this year, but I'm excited about focusing on some letter-writing this winter because I really do think sending and receiving mail is SO fun! 4mo
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Spinning | Tillie Walden
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January 2022 #bookspin #doublespin selections, @TheAromaofBooks
Here‘s to a new reading year.

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 5mo
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Adore: A Novella | Doris Lessing
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I started this novella a while ago, but like with other Lessing novels I‘ve read, I just didn‘t really enjoy it. I saw this movie a while ago and found it entertaining, though. Best friends start sleeping with each other‘s teenage sons. What could possibly go wrong? This completes my 2021 reading challenge. Cue confetti.

Macnjen Congratulations! I just finished the #litsyAtoZ challenge last night but fell short (by many, actually) of the Goodreads challenge I set. It feels good to complete a challenge, if for only the reason of completing and not a award or ribbon! 5mo
CoverToCoverGirl Well done! 👏🏻🎉 5mo
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The Black Flamingo | Dean Atta
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This was one of the books in my #fallswap package from @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
It‘s a novel in verse about Michael, a mixed race kid coming of age in London, trying to figure out who he is, and finally finding his voice in a drag club at university. I really enjoyed it.

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Crooked House | Agatha Christie
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My December #bookspin, which I started at the beginning of December but only finished last night. As a kid I loved Christie, but I found this book s-l-o-w. Too much talking and no suspense. @TheAromaofBooks
Looking forward to a new year of #bookspin.

ShelleyBooksie Beautiful kitty! 5mo
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A quiet moment to reflect on life while I sip my tea and wait for my kids, who are no longer kids, to get up up. I went to bed before them last night and listening to them talk and laugh was pretty much the perfect gift. I hope your holidays are filled with lovely, peaceful, perfect moments, too. ❤️

TheSpineView Merry Christmas! 5mo
TrishB That does sound perfect ❤️ 5mo
batsy That sounds so nice. Merry Christmas! 5mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Merry Christmas Christie!! ❤️🎄💚 5mo
AmyG Merry Christmas! Enjoy the day. 🎄🎁😘 5mo
CarolynM Merry Christmas 🎄💕 5mo
LeahBergen Merry Christmas! 🎄❤️ 5mo
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@FantasyChick I am so stoked about the book you chose from my #jolabokaflodswap. Thank you so much. Hope you have a fabulous Christmas. @MaleficentBookDragon

AmyG Merry Christmas! 🎄😘 5mo
FantasyChick Yay!! So happy you liked it. It's a big one but I enjoyed it. Merry Christmas! 😘😘 5mo
BarbaraBB Merry Christmas 💚 5mo
merelybookish Merry Christmas! 5mo
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Finding Felicity | Stacey Kade
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I LOVE the show Felicity and so I enjoyed this novel about an awkward, introverted girl who imagines the characters from the show are her RL friends…and then further complicates her life by following a boy from school to college just like Felicity followed Ben. #teamBen

JamieArc I loved this show too! I was in the midst of a rewatch when I ran into Scott Foley (Noel) at our local mall. I was completely 🤩. I need to read this book 😊 4mo
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Last-Minute Gifts | Taylor Hagerty
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Nailed it.

LeahBergen 😆😆 5mo
AmyG Thank you so much for your lovely card. I was so excited to get your book list! 5mo
TheLudicReader My pleasure, @AmyG . 5mo
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Crazeedi Yes!!! 5mo
ShelleyBooksie Awesome! I agree with @AmyG - the book list is awesome 5mo
batsy Ha! 😆 5mo
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