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TheNerdyProfessor

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Disappearing Earth | Julia Phillips
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Middle of the night. Can't sleep. Hubby and fur babies are fitfully dreaming. Perfect time to start this new one. A tale of two Russian sisters who go missing on a summer day. Maybe too intriguing to help with sleep!

pl.2886 This one is on my TBR! 2d
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Pickpick

It's officially summer break! Spent time snuggling with Leo cat and finished this book today. TC Boyle is a master storyteller. He is so skilled at writing about the ways in which we become our own worst enemies. In this book, good intentions and a quest for enlightenment lead to an unsustainable reality. This book explores addiction, family, science, and what it means to be free of oneself and societal obligation. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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I've been waiting for the semester to end so that I could really take the time to absorb this new book by TC Boyle. I'm quite certain this one is going to be a "trip". ?

kaysworld1 I do that with series put them off till I can give them my full attention 📚🤗 6d
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The Girl He Used to Know | Tracey Garvis Graves
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This book is so precious. I am usually NOT a fan of romance, however, this one has caught my attention. The book follows two characters - Annika and Jonathan - across time. The story is unique, however, because Annika has autism. I really appreciate the care the author has put into describing life through the lens of someone with autism. I hated The Kiss Quotient because of the stereotypic portrayal of ASD. This one is authentic and meaningful.

baes I loved this book! So much. ❤️ Although, I personally hate to compare. The Kiss Quotient was written by a woman with autism. There‘s such a wide spectrum, that I would think in writing you‘d see that too. 1w
TheSpineView I just started this and I am loving it so far! 1w
TheNerdyProfessor @baes I just read an interview with Helen Hoang from NPR and it turns out she does not have autism herself but started researching it for this book. Her interview said her child's teacher thought the child may have autism which piqued her interest in the topic. It isn't so much the premise I didn't like with TKQ, it was that the narrator went from displaying ASD symptoms to suddenly sleeping with and being touched by a man she hardly knew. 1w
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baes @TheNerdyProfessor Interesting! I swear I read that she was diagnosed as an adult. Hmm. 🤔 And yes, I will agree with that. 1w
baes Found this. Her daughter was thought to by teacher, but didn‘t. However, Helen was diagnosed at 34. Interesting that she said she didn‘t? I will have to listen to her interview another time, just thought Id share that. https://www.google.com/amp/s/ew.com/books/2018/06/05/helen-hoang-kiss-quotient-i... 1w
BlameJennyJane I knew I also read somewhere that Hoang has ASD @baes and @TheNerdyProfessor ! I also thought her portrayal in Kiss Quotient seemed stereotypical but her own Dx was enough “street cred” for me to go with it. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna887281 (edited) 1w
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Talent | Juliet Lapidos
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Mehso-so

Anna is a graduate student working on her dissertation. Well, supposed to be working on it. However, she finds herself lacking the motivation to write. When she meets the niece of a famous author, she sees an opportunity to help cure her writer's block. Of course, nothing is at it seems.

While I liked the premise, this book was not fully satisfying. There were a lot of asides and the plot lacked depth. I really wanted more out of this one.

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Dear Santasaurus | Stacy McAnulty
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FRIDAY at last!

1. Popcorn or Chex Mix or CheezIts ... I love snacks
2. Earrings
3. Shameless, Top Chef, The Sinner
4. About Time
5. Teal/mint
6. Hint water, cucumber flavor!
7. Catching fireflies 😍

@nelehelen

TheNerdyProfessor @Smarkies you're the first Litten I saw who used the hashtag when I did a quick search! 2w
nelehelen Ohhh i love top chef too! So good! Thanks for joining and playing! 2w
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Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss | Rajeev Balasubramanyam
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If you enjoy "feel good" novels, this one is for you. After a biking accident Professor Chandra begins to engage in some self-examination. He soon discovers that being highly educated doesn't mean you know it all. A timely reminder to enjoy the little things and a nice commentary on family, growth, and what it means to be successful in life. Overall, I enjoyed this one, though usually I shy away from these "happily ever after books" ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5

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How Not to Die Alone | Richard Roper
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Became a BOTM BFF 😍😍 All of my life goals are now complete.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 2w
KatieDid927 Oooo we got the same exact package this month! Twinning! Haha 2w
TheNerdyProfessor @KatieDid927 you have lovely taste 😋 2w
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Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss | Rajeev Balasubramanyam
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In the car with my husband for the last 3 hours and trying to find my own bliss despite his road rage 😂 Both of us are control freaks and hate when the other person drives ... Anyone else share this dilemma? 🚗🚦⛽

lahousewyfe I was told I saved a marriage of two people like this by teaching one of them how to knit. Eyes on the work meant eyes off the road. Ahhhhhh! ❤ 3w
Kaye When we go places together I always drive because I like driving. If the Hubster ever makes a comment, I tell him I‘ve been driving for 45 years and have never had a wreck and have always gotten me / him where we need to go, so STIFLE IT. He usually knows better than to pipe up anymore. Men are slow learners, but they catch on after being married 42 years. 3w
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Summerland | Michael Chabon
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1. COFFEE ALWAYS ☕
2. Salty 🍟
3. Based on the fact I have 3 cats and 1 dog, you might think I favor cats ... But the truth is that I simply cannot choose. Love them both!
4. Mountains 🏞️ We are actually in the process of moving from Maryland to West Virginia - trading those sandy beaches for the beautiful mountain ridges!
5. @wanderinglynn @WhatThePuck

#summersantagoespostal #summerthisorthat

wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! 😘 3w
Hestapleton Thanks for playing! ☀️ 3w
ChasingOm Oh yay! Another (soon-to-be) WVian Litten!! 3w
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This is a collection of stories about a subdivision neighborhood in the 1970s. Each story is unique, but they are interconnected. Usually, I am not a fan of short stories because I desire intense character development. Leung is able to give her characters depth even in a short amount of space. The topics are at times dark (given the premise that the adults in the neighborhood begin dying by suicide) but the prose is beautiful and lyrical. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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I am obsessed with the Strange Planet cartoons. This one literally made me laugh out loud. Reading really is about the emotional bonds!

Jsara5761 😂😂 3w
SW-T 😊😊😊 3w
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Little Lovely Things: A Novel | Maureen Joyce Connolly
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This book examines how one mother's decision ultimately leads to the kidnapping of her two children. It also considers how people grieve after loss and the ways in which we hide from our sorrows. This book held my attention and I wanted to know how it ended. However, some parts were a bit too neatly settled (in my opinion). It does however feature a wonderful family dog 🐶 A solid ⭐⭐⭐⭐.

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I do not understand the rave reviews of this book. I've spent a few days contemplating the ending and at the end of the day: I feel like this whole novel was pointless. I understand the structure of the novel and have worked through the "twist" but I just feel as though this book was a waste of time. Yes all the characters are connected, but to no discernible end. ⭐⭐⭐ is generous.

What do others think? Did I miss something?

Redwritinghood Waiting to get this from the library. Reviews have been all over the place. 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Redwritinghood When you do get this from the library I would be very interested in your thoughts. I agree - the reviews are polarized! 1mo
sbains1980 Was curious about this one....thnx for your thoughts! 1mo
BookishMarginalia I hated it. I forced myself to finish the first part but when the first “turn” in the narrative arrived on page 132 I just wanted to throw the book out the window. I cannot understand the reviews either. 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor @BookishMarginalia I feel vindicated by your feedback 😂 I found the writing disjointed and hard to follow with all the run-on sentences. I think the structure of the novel became too much the focus and the storyline unfortunately did not go anywhere. 1mo
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Do you think I went overboard on my book buying this weekend? 🤔

ravenlee Not if you can still climb out from under the pile! 1mo
Emilymdxn Beautiful edition of Virginia Woolf! 1mo
Melissa_J No such thing as going overboard when it comes to buying books 😉 1mo
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DaveGreen7777 Not at all! In fact, you showed more restraint buying books than I would have! 😂 1mo
Butterflyamore No, actually. Not at all! I think you are a very normal book lover! 1mo
Birdsong28 Never 😂📚📖 1mo
LiteraryinLititz Hugo Best is on my list too. Can‘t wait to hear what you think! 1mo
Redwritinghood Not at all! 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor @ravenlee @Redwritinghood @Birdsong28 @Butterflyamore @DaveGreen7777 @Melissa_J @Emilymdxn I appreciate all your support 😂😂 Sadly, if I buy any more books, I won't make it on the plane. 1mo
Librariana It's a book blanket! Love it 😊💜📚 1mo
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Starting a Girls' Literary Weekend Getaway in Chicago. So far we've been to Unabridged Books and The Book Cellar... 3 more stores to hit tomorrow. My TBR has reached a very scary level 😲

Melissa_J That sounds fun! 1mo
Kshakal That sounds awesome!! I would love to take a girls bookish trip! 1mo
Catsandbooks Is myopic books one of those stores? If not, you should check it out! It's a fun place to get lost in! 😄 1mo
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Today I'm the Girl on the Train 🛤️🚞📖

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Little Lovely Things: A Novel | Maureen Joyce Connolly
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Five years ago, I moved out of my home state. Now, whenever I get to see my dad, we make it a tradition to go to the bookstore. Picked up these two books today - I must have been in the mood for a mystery!

Moony Such a wonderful tradition. When I visit my old friend in my native city, we go to the comic store. I love such traditions! 1mo
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I waited all year for this book to come out. I'm roughly 50 pages in and am just starting to hit a stride. The writing style was hard to adapt to, as the author is quite fond of long, run-on sentences. Has anyone else read this one or started it? Early reviews seem polarized!

Megabooks I almost checked it out from the library. I should have. 1mo
BookishMarginalia Hated all 133 pages of it I read. 1mo
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This book was captivating from the start. Each character has secrets that they keep hidden from others around them and this is a work of empathy to understand their behaviors and cognitions. Of interest to me, was the side story on infertility - something I've been struggling with for the last year and a half and could relate to in so many ways. Kim makes you question right and wrong, and whether anyone is ever fully innocent or guilty. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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1. Trust Exercise by Susan Choi
2. 🙈 Or 🦖
3. 😭😂😱 (Lots of intense emotions, I guess)

#weekensreads @rachelsbrittain

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Saturday morning bliss: book, coffee, cat 📖☕🐱

EmilyM My current read, too! 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor @EmilyM I only have about 60 pages left now. I LOVE this book way more than I thought I would. 1mo
EmilyM @TheNerdyProfessor It has definitely drawn me in right from the beginning! 1mo
pl.2886 So excited to read this! 1mo
Kloves2read Book, cat and warm drink. Three of my favorite things! Enjoy! 3w
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I'm so honored to have been able to meet TC Boyle tonight in Washington DC. He is a master of wordsmithing and prose. He's also a genuinely nice guy #bucketlist #favoriteauthor #politicsandprose

EmilyM Definitely a great storyteller... 1mo
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You guys, I'm freaking out. For over a year I have been stalking this book and TC Boyle's website and it has finally been released! Even better, I'm heading to Washington DC tonight for a book signing.

We all know that my work day is basically wasted as I try to count down the hours 🙈🙈

whatshesreadingnow Yay!! 🙌🏻 1mo
jpmcwisemorgan Yay!!! 1mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled 👏👏👏👏 Go get ‘em!!! 1mo
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My husband is traveling and while I do miss him... I definitely love reading in the quiet before bed without having TV noise in the background.

But if he asks, I definitely miss him.

BibliOphelia My husband travels for work, and I know exactly what you mean!! 😳😂 1mo
mcipher I know what you mean! 😆 1mo
Slajaunie I miss when my husband traveled. He traveled too much, though. 1mo
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Ladygodiva7 Husband has to have tv noise on until I go to bed to cover all the noises I make... He‘s in bed at 8 and I go at 10-11. Bah. 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Ladygodiva7 my husband NEEDS TV to sleep. Which makes it really hard to focus on anything substantial or serious. I wonder if noise cancelling headphones would help? 🤔😂 1mo
Ladygodiva7 😂 1mo
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His Favorites: A Novel | Kate Walbert
Mehso-so

This is a very short novel that covers a lot of ground. At it's heart, this is a book about sexual assault and the ways in which power can shield men from the consequences of their actions. Although this is an important story - one we have heard so often in the past two years - I found it lacking in detail and character development. At times, I found the writing disjointed as the author jumps time in a haphazard way. At the end, I wanted more.

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Queenie | Candice Carty-Williams
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Finished Queenie today and I'm still processing how I feel about it. The author highlights the daily transgressions made against people of color, especially drawing attention to the power differences between men and women. The underlying messages in this book are so important and salient yet I found that I was not invested in the characters. I found Queenie to be quite selfish. This was a story of self-love, but I found Queenie mostly unlikeable🙁

Alfoster Totally agree! I kept thinking she was so immature and dumb to make the decisions she did! I had to ponder for a long time but realized her upbringing was unique. 2mo
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New book haul 😍
Included:
📖 The Atlas of Reds and Blues
📚 Let Me Explain You
🔖 The Incomplete Book of Running
📖 Splitsville
📚 A Novel Bookstore
🔖Where Reasons End
📖 Tragedy + Time

SW-T Love your Sansevieria trifasciata! My snake plant is a transplant from one my mom had and at over 20 years old it‘s almost as tall as I am! Nice selection of books. Happy reading 😊 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @SW-T my mother gave this to me. I didn't know the official name. She called it a mother's tongue plant! 2mo
SW-T It‘s got many names. Snake plant, mother-in-law‘s tongue, vipers bowstring...all sharp and pointy things. It‘s a gorgeous plant though. May yours grow well for you over the years 😊 2mo
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The Editor | Steven Rowley
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This is a total #blameitonlitsy purchase. Actually, it's @Liberty's fault because her Book Riot email reminded me about all the great books coming out in April that I wanted to read. Rushed right out to Barnes & Noble and picked these up today 😍🤓🔖📖

tpixie Woot!!! 🥳📚🥳 2mo
AutumnRLS Liberty is responsible for MANY of my book purchases lately. Now if only I could read as many books as her! 2mo
BlameJennyJane Keep us posted on how you like The Editor! 2mo
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Santa's Summer Christmas | Jenni-Lynne Harris
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This morning I opened Litsy to see that @BookishMarginalia is hosting a summer book swap! 😱 I'm so excited to be involved in another swap!
#SummerSantaGoesPostal

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Happy April!

📖 Magic Treehouse
🍿Up
🎧The House that built Me

#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho 💙🏡💙 2mo
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Queenie | Candice Carty-Williams
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Do pictures of books and cats ever get old? I think not.

I started Queenie last night and am about 70 pages in. The writing is witty but also very on point about the stereotypes that are applied to black women. I groan at most of Queenie's choices but am intrigued to read on to see if she finally finds her own, authentic path to happiness.

AmyG Awwww - looks just like my Hilly. 😻 (edited) 2mo
Aims42 Pictures of books & cats are always a win for me 😻😻😻 2mo
TheLibrarian Cat photos are the best! 2mo
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booklahoma I'm here for the cat-and-book photos! Beautiful kitty! 😻 2mo
wanderinglynn Books & cats! ❤️❤️❤️ 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @AmyG my Cooper just turned 9 😭😭 Refusing to let him get another year older. 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @booklahoma thank you so much. Cooper is my pride and joy and the first reliable man I ever met 😂😂 2mo
booklahoma @TheNerdyProfessor “A man who lacks reliability is utterly useless.” ― Confucius 2mo
Purrfectpages Never 2mo
Kloves2read Never!😍 3w
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Sugar Run: A Novel | Mesha Maren
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Finished my 4th book this month. Overall, I was happy with averaging about 1 book a week. Here is my overall ranking:
1. A Woman is No Man
2. Sugar Run
3. Beautiful Bad
4. The Bookshop of Yesterdays

I guess I prefer the soul-crushing books to the sappy, heartfelt ones.

Bring it on April! ☂️🌷📚🔖

Moony Oh that a good statistic. I wish I would read one book a week. 👏👏👏👏 2mo
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Sugar Run: A Novel | Mesha Maren
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Weekend ready.

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Sugar Run: A Novel | Mesha Maren
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Yay Friday! Thanks for this fun topic @Samplergal

1. We are having homemade mac and cheese tonight! 😋
2. I'm reading Sugar Run and hope to finish it this weekend
3. My goal is 4.. I need to get through some of my #BOTM backlog

#fridayfun #spring #booksandfood

Bklover I‘m coming to dinner. 🥘 🧡💛 2mo
ericarobynreads Oh heyyyy! I‘m hoping to have baked Mac and cheese with broccoli tonight! 😁 enjoy!! 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Bklover Dinner is at 5:30! We always make way too much because those uncooked noodles never quite look like enough food 😂 2mo
Bklover Oh yay! I know what you mean - I always make way too many noodles. 2mo
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Ways to Hide in Winter | Sarah St. Vincent
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Spent several hours in the car yesterday. Started this new audiobook and LOVE it. This book seemed to get less hype than others last year but it has really pulled me in. I can't wait to finish it! (I just need 5 hours and 50 minutes of nothing to do)

Tamra It‘s a good one! I sped right thru it. 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Tamra I'm so glad to hear it. I don't usually like audiobooks but this one is really well done. I can't wait to learn all of their secrets! 2mo
Tamra @TheNerdyProfessor I read it in print, but I can totally see how audio would be great too! 2mo
Redwritinghood I agree that this one should have gotten more attention. It‘s quite good. 2mo
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Literary crushes 😍😍

Reposting from #bookstagram.

Kloves2read Jamie Fraser is mine! #Outlander 😍 3w
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Pickpick

This was a quick, entertaining read. At the end of the day, it isn't that different than other thrillers out there where one spouse wants to kill the other spouse. In this case, the methods and backstory are different but not necessarily original. I found myself wanting to keep reading and enjoyed the short chapters and different perspectives. I would give this ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5.

EyesOnly34 Awww adorable cat :) 2mo
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Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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I feel the way this emoji looks 😂

📖 Frankenstein
📽️ Annabelle
🎶 Monster Mash

#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho Lol so do I! 🧟‍♀️🖤 2mo
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My favorite day is exam day because I get to read my book while the students think 😻

Crazeedi Good book! 2mo
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Where the Wild Things Are | Maurice Sendak
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Happy Monday!

1. Where the Wild Things Are
2. Despicable Me 2
3. Devil Woman

#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho 🖤😈🖤 2mo
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I saw this on Instagram and couldn't resist sharing with my fellow Littens. All I want to do is read all day 🙈

Tamra True! 2mo
kstadt929 So true! I really feel this today lol 2mo
sbains1980 Yaaas! So true! 2mo
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I celebrated International Women's Day by finishing this novel by Etaf Rum. This book brought to light the many struggles that women experience in the Palestinian culture and confronted the violence that is often waged against women. The subject matter is gut wrenching but so important. I really appreciated the author's use of Arabic words throughout the novel. I'm glad Etaf Rum was brave enough to tell this story.

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1. Yes... It mostly involves visiting bookstores and visiting all of the national parks.
2. Yes! My husband and I are going to Maine for a week in May to visit Acadia National Forest.
3. I'm a pretty simply person, so I don't think my list stretches me too far.
4. I have heard great things about this book but it never feels like the right time to pick it up.

#hellothursday @wanderinglynn

Crazeedi Number 2 Acadia is beautiful 3mo
wanderinglynn The National Parks is a great bucket list! 👍🏻 Thanks for playing! 🖋 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Crazeedi I'm so glad to hear that! We are renting a cabin for the week and bringing the puppers with us. I'm looking forward to some time to disconnect from the world and just read 😬 3mo
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Crazeedi @TheNerdyProfessor that sounds amazing, I would love to do that. By the way read this book if you want to do the national parks, it's really good, I laughed 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Crazeedi Thank you so much for the recommendation! I'm going to add this to my TBR stack! 2mo
Crazeedi @TheNerdyProfessor I think you'll enjoy, they visit all the parkd 2mo
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Daisy Jones and The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Book mail 😍 Looking forward to diving into all of these.

SW-T Have heard excellent things about all those titles! Hope you enjoy 😊 3mo
AutumnRLS I need to get one of these carts! Where did you get it? 2mo
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The Swap | Megan Shull
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Is anyone interested in doing a book swap? These are brand new extra copies of books that I already have. I'd love to ship them to someone who wants to read them! Perhaps we could trade books? Let me know below if you're interested!

erzascarletbookgasm I‘ll love to, but sadly I‘m not in the US. 😁 3mo
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Shakespeare's Sonnets & Poems | William Shakespeare
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Shakespeare and Company Post #3

Absolutely thrilled to receive The Lost Children Archive. The book of poems is a signed copy! And they sent lots of bookstore goodies 😍 I love it so much.

TrishB So jealous! Need to do this next year 👍🏻 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @TrishB I only knew about it because I happened to be visiting at the beginning the year. I would highly recommend doing it next year! 3mo
TrishB I have wanted to see what was actually in the package - now I have!! Will definitely look at getting next year. 3mo
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Shakespeare's Sonnets & Poems | William Shakespeare
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Shakespeare & Company Post #2

Look at the inside packaging from my year of books delivery. I'm dying 😍

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Shakespeare's Sonnets & Poems | William Shakespeare
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Shakespeare & Company Post #1

I signed up for a "year of books" through the Shakespeare and Company bookstore. They send quarterly deliverieis of books and today the first one arrived. ?

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I seemed to have caught a winter cold 😕🤒🤧 Recuperating with a little book therapy. I'm only 40 pages in, but already I'm loving this #BOTM pick. It reminds me of Girls Burn Brighter, which I also loved. Preparing myself for all the feels.