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TiredLibrarian

Joined April 2018

If libraries had ice cream and cats, and allowed afternoon naps, they would be Heaven.
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Tales from the Cafe (Original) by Toshikazu Kawaguchi, Sunmark Publishing Inc
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1. Tough one! Louise Penny, Jon Krakauer, Robert Kolker?

2. Uncle Pumblechook, Gradgrind, (Dickens is full of crazy character names), Bean (in Louise Penny's A Rule Against Murder - it's a plot point in the story)

3. Tagged

#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

Eggs Thanks for joining in 🥳📚🤩 2d
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1. I reached my GR goal, which was one more than last year 😊

2. I'd like to catch up on the Gamache series, and a few others, but between time constraints & getting distracted by other books, it's probably not happening 😕

#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Congrats on your GR goal and thanks for playing! 1w
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State of Terror: A Novel | Louise Penny, Hillary Rodham Clinton, To Be To Be Confirmed Simon & Schuster
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📖 About 1/3 done; not sure how I feel about it yet.

🍁 Seeing a new cat in our backyard trying (and failing, repeatedly) to catch something. Many pounces!

📚 Running up against library due dates 📆

#ThoughtfulThursday @MoonWitch94

MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 🍂📖✨ 2w
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The Religion | Tim Willocks
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Thanks for the tag, @Eggs 😊 #WondrousWednesday

1. There are many places I'd love to travel to after reading about them, but the first to come to mind is Malta, setting of the tagged book. It sounds lovely & has such an interesting history.

2. Having a good, FT, decent paying job with health insurance.

Eggs Great post - thanks for joining in 🥳 2w
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Northshire Bookstore | Manchester Center, VT (Bookstore)
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1. A new bookstore, Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, opened near me; can't wait to visit! The tagged is an old favorite. Would also like to visit the Hobart Book Village, but you could plunk me down in any bookstore & I'd be happy 📚😊

2. Sometimes but not usually; I love the serendipity of book browsing.

#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 💜📕 3w
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State of Terror: A Novel | Louise Penny, Hillary Rodham Clinton, To Be To Be Confirmed Simon & Schuster
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Just began this one; off to a good start. #fiction #suspense #thriller

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@Eggs #WondrousWednesday

1. The Nancy Drew series; The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

2. I love reading in all kinds of weather, but if I had to choose, it would be rain or snowy weather. Something about cuddling up with a good book, a throw, a beverage and a cat (if the cat cooperates!)

3. Having my mother in my life; today's her 91st birthday 🎂

QuietlyLaura Happy Birthday to your mom! 🎉🎂 3w
Ruthiella 91 is quite an achievement! Happy Birthday to your mom! 🥳 3w
Eggs How wonderful to have your Mom❤️❤️ 3w
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A Man and His Cat 4 | Umi Sakurai
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I read the 4th in this manga series yesterday. It's cute fluff, and was a nice palate cleanser after reading Into Thin Air. It's a little too cutesy for me, but it has its wholesome charm. Now, on to a book about Sylvia Plath! #manga #graphicnovel #graphic #cats

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I checked this out of the library for a November read, but I picked it up and got hooked. So good! #nonfiction #adventure

LeslieO I literally could not put this one down. I remember holding it in one hand and reading while trying to cook dinner! 1mo
Crazeedi This was his best book IMO 1mo
TiredLibrarian @LeslieO @Crazeedi Finished it in 2 days. Riveting read! 4w
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1. It's a very odd book; early American Gothic.

2. I (luckily) don't have a lot of nightmares. A recurring one is some kind of school-related panic: I'm late for class, or lost on campus, or missed an important assignment. The worst version is that I failed to complete some requirement and they want to take my degree away!

3. Detest it!

#sundayfunday @ozma.of.oz

ozma.of.oz I graduated from college years ago, and I still have those dreams of a final I didn‘t study for! 😂😂 Thanks for sharing! 1mo
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Buster Keaton Remembered | Eleanor Keaton, Jeffrey Vance
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It's not every day that a new bookstore opens in your town - in fact, we haven't had one in about 25 years! The bookish folk here are all very excited. I'm planning to check it out on Saturday and probably give it a little financial support 😊❤📚 #bookstore

Leftcoastzen What a cool name for a store! Loving the Deco letters! 1mo
TiredLibrarian @Leftcoastzen It's in an arts district about 2 doors down from the Capitol Theatre, originally built in the 1920s and undergoing renovations. The owner's obviously a film buff and it's a great fit for the area. 📽🎞❤ 1mo
Leftcoastzen Very cool! 1mo
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Nute So cool! Can‘t wait to see photos of the inside. 1mo
BookBosomed1 Yea! Digging the 🏳️‍🌈 flag. 1mo
wanderinglynn How awesome! ❤️📚🏳️‍🌈💜 1mo
Ruthiella Super exciting! 😃 1mo
TiredLibrarian @BookBosomed1 @wanderinglynn Yes, proudly LGBTQ+ friendly 🏳️‍🌈📚❤ 1mo
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Bibliophile: Diverse Spines | Jane Mount, Jamise Harper
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This is so much fun! Collections of lists (pictured are mystery & horror by diverse authors), author picks, featured bookstores, and more. The design is very colorful and attractive, with thick paper and a lovely cover. Thanks to the publisher & Goodreads for a copy in exchange for an honest review. #nonfiction #booklists #litlovers #bibliophile #BibliophileDiverseSpines

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On an equatorially sunny day in southern Vietnam, our banana-yellow speedboat carves a broad white wake into the Saigon River.

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl #nonfiction

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Before the Coffee Gets Cold | Toshikazu Kawaguchi
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It's an interesting premise: you can briefly travel in time, as long as you return before the coffee just served grows cold. This quick read has 4 vignettes of people who take that journey. The writing is awkward and, in places, repetitive, which may be a result of the translation. I do think I'll pick up the sequel and see how that goes. ☕😊 #fiction #timetravel #fantasy

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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

📚 No. I work at a library; why would I pay for one?

📚 I'm on FB, GoodReads, have an Insta account that I check intermittently, a Twitter account that I check rarely. Litsy is the most fun and has the friendliest users. ❤

📚 The good health of myself & my loved ones, and progress on some long deferred tasks. 😊

Eggs Agree #2 ! Thanks for playing 📚😊💙 1mo
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Thanks for the tag @TheSpineView 😊 #Two4Tuesday

🔍 I'll take a crime novel every time.

🔍 I think the main difference is tone. In cozies, the murder is a puzzle to be solved, but there's usually a sense of an orderly community, and a lighthearted tone. The murder's an aberration. In a crime novel, the murder is symbolic of a greater break in the social order. There's greater fear, suspicion & isolation.

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 🖤🎃🧡📖 2mo
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Before the Coffee Gets Cold | Toshikazu Kawaguchi
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Started this tonight. Interesting premise, but the writing is oddly stilted and repetitive (problems with the translation, perhaps?) Not sure if I'll finish or bail at this point. #fiction #fantasy #timetravel

Moonprismpower I enjoyed the audiobook. Maybe try that. 2mo
TiredLibrarian @Moonprismpower Thanks for the suggestion - I just placed a hold on the audio version at my library 😊 2mo
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When Breath Becomes Air | Paul Kalanithi
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Heartbreaking, as expected. Life-affirming, and beautifully written. Today's mission, in addition to reading & football, is to tell a few people how much I love them. ❤ #nonfiction #health #medicine #death

TiredLibrarian The photo is of the author's wife and widow, Lucy, and their daughter, Cady, at Paul's gravesite. 2mo
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Finished A Great Reckoning tonight. Very good, but I wished there had been more about the residents of Three Pines.

I think my next pick will be nonfiction. Arriving Today addresses something that intrigues me: the changes in the supply chain & consumer behavior. (What's with the weird shortages?) And I read an excerpt of Invisible Child that's enough to break your heart. Which to read next? 🤔

#mystery #ThreePines #vivegamache #nonfiction

TiredLibrarian This is the excerpt from Invisible Child: https://nyti.ms/3DthwUm 2mo
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When Breath Becomes Air | Paul Kalanithi
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Thanks for the invitation @kimmypete1 @Eggbeater @MidnightBookGirl - I will try to set a few goals for the weekend, although it's pretty full!

🍁 Finish tagged book (20% left)
🍁 Finish A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny (40% left)
🍁 Start & finish 1 other book TBD

#Anywayyoureadathon

Eggbeater Thanks for joining! 2mo
kimmypete1 Thanks for joining us! 2mo
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

1. None at the moment. I was going to join #BFC but I forgot 😕

2. Sweet potatoes, squash, potatoes, carrots, broccoli

3. I was able to take my mother to get her Covid-19 booster & flu shot today. 💉❤

kspenmoll So glad for you & your mom! 2mo
Eggs Thanks for playing 🧡🎃🧡 2mo
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

1. Tagged
2. I love the series characters. It's like revisiting old friends, with enough personality changes/reveals to keep it interesting each time.

#mystery #ThreePines #ViveGamache

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 🧡📖 2mo
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👻 I believe there are phenomena that are unexplainable given our current state of knowledge.

👻 The tagged is part of a wonderful series with supernatural elements.

👻 There is a collection of regional ghost stories I'll tag in the comments. One of them has quite a few local believers.

Great Halloween month questions, @ozma.of.oz 😊 #sundayfunday

ozma.of.oz Some interesting books shared! Thank you for posting! 2mo
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It wasn't the best week for reading. I'm loving the Louise Penny book, but I haven't had enough time to really get lost in it the way I'd like to. And the Kalanithi book I've been procrastinating on finishing, because I know how it ends. Hoping this week is better! #mystery #ThreePines #viveGamache #nonfiction #health

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Untitled | Anonymous
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I'm no @MrBook but these are my displays for this month: National Hispanic Heritage Month (fiction), Black Poetry Day (10/17), & “Oh, the Horror!“ (horror fiction). Have you read any of these? Anything in those categories that you love (whether on display or not)? #librarydisplays #LitsyLovesLibraries

Ruthiella Nice work!👍 2mo
Reggie Very nice! And loved Nights of the Living Dead!!! (edited) 2mo
Smartypants Good job! I miss his posts! 2mo
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TiredLibrarian @Ruthiella Thanks! I have fun doing them. 📚 2mo
TiredLibrarian @Reggie Couldn't leave that one out! 2mo
TiredLibrarian @Smartypants Thanks! And I miss them too. ❤📚 2mo
UwannaPublishme 😍👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2mo
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Billy Summers | Steven King
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

💡 Vacation! Had the week after Labor Day off 🌞

📚 Tagged

🎭 Scarlett O'Hara

❤ A productive visit with a lawyer today, something that I'd procrastinated on that turned out well

Eggs Lovely 😊Thanks for playing 👏🏻🍁🧡 2mo
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The plan was to start this tonight, but I think I'm too tired to read! I'll put it next to the bed just in case I can't sleep 😴🌲🌲🌲😊

#mystery #ThreePines #vivegamache

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Happiness | Thich Nhat Hanh
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#Thinkpositivebepositive @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Thanks for the tag @Eggs 😊

My other half & I were discussing this tonight. He was in a $%&* mood on the way to work, & forced himself to smile. Then he looked at a tree & noticed its beauty. By the time he was close to work, he was waving at people on the sidewalk. 👋🏻🤗

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love that!! 💙💙💙 2mo
Eggs How amazing! Thanks for sharing this! 2mo
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Comfort Book | Matt Haig
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Thanks for the tag @Eggs 😊

This is supposed to be metaphorical, but I thought it might be useful to actually write out happy moments, so when I'm feeling down I could look at them. 🌦🌞

I got the book from the library & it has to go back, but I think it's more of a book to dip into from time to time, than a cover-to-cover read. Some of it is very good; some sounds a bit simplistic to me.

#thinkpositivebepositive @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Leftcoastzen Not a bad idea. 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I love it ❤️ 2mo
Eggs I love your idea - writing all your triumphs and successes and best traits to help you during challenging times❤️💜❤️ 2mo
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Wayward | Dana Spiotta
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#sundayfunday @ozma.of.oz

1. Yes; I love having maps! You can't have too many maps. 🗺❤

2. No

3. I kept interrupting my reading of this to look up locations on Google Maps (which I love!) It does take you out of the book, though, and I would think an author/publisher wouldn't want that.

ozma.of.oz That‘s a good point about being pulled away from the story! Thanks for sharing! 2mo
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Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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Re-reading one of my childhood favorites. I remember having this Dell Yearling edition of the book with the yellow cover. When I was growing up, my parents would take me to bookstores, and most of the time they would buy me a book. I was very fortunate. 💛📚 #childrens #kidlit #fantasy

Ruthiella This would have been the edition I read too in the ‘70s. 2mo
Julsmarshall This was the one I read too! ❤️❤️❤️ 2mo
inlovewithmyshelf My parents weren‘t into bookstores so much when I was a kid but I‘ve made up for it since then. 📚📚📚😂 2mo
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TiredLibrarian @Ruthiella @Julsmarshall Isn't it funny how we remember covers all these years later? 2mo
bthegood I've been seeing this book a lot on litsy lately - I have the series - not sure where or how I got them - my parents were library people so I rarely bought (and still rarely buy) books - 😊 2mo
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@RaeLovesToRead Sorry I can't help you with lighthearted or relaxing reads... but if you're looking for emotional or reflective, I've got you covered! 😊😅

RaeLovesToRead I was wondering why I don't have as many emotional books, but I guess I read a lot of whodunnits! Thanks for sharing!! 😊💕 2mo
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

1. A little chill in the air, beautiful leaves, freshly picked apples, football games 🍁🍂🍎🏈

2. Apple cider 🍎

3. I was worried about my mother's financial/legal affairs, and learned the situation isn't as bad as I thought. I also did some hard-for-me things to take control.

4. Reasonably affordable health insurance with good coverage.

Eggs Great post 🧡❤️🧡 2mo
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Nature of the Beast | Louise Penny
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(Poetry by Three Pines resident Ruth Bardo)

Love the setting, the beautiful writing, and the character development (within each book, but even more so over the course of the series). I thought a main plot element was kind of ridiculous, until I read the afterward and found out it was true!

#mystery #ThreePines #viveGamache

CarolynM Crazy isn't it? I wish she'd put the author's note about it at the beginning. 2mo
BookBosomed1 What number is this in the series? 2mo
BookBosomed1 @TiredLibrarian Thanks! Not there yet. Love the series. 2mo
TiredLibrarian @CarolynM I wish! I was thinking "yeah, right" ? for a good portion of the book. 2mo
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#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

1. Nature of the Beast by Louise Penny, and When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (procrastinating on finishing that one because I know how it ends)

2. Tagged

3. "Nature, she knew, abhorred a vacuum, and these people, faced with an information vacuum, had filled it with their fears." - Nature of the Beast

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Nature of the Beast | Louise Penny
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Starting this one after a long break from the Three Pines series. I remember why I love them so much; it's like revisiting a quirky but loving family. 🌲🌲🌲 I was going to finish When Breath Becomes Air, but I can't bring myself to do it right now. #mystery #ThreePines #ViveGamache

Trashcanman Is that a photo of you? 2mo
TiredLibrarian @Trashcanman I wish! The hair is close but she has cooler shades 🕶 2mo
JamieArc I‘ve had a long break and Nature of the Beast is my next one as well. Always love coming “home” to 3 Pines. 2mo
CoffeeNBooks I just started The Brutal Telling because I missed Inspector Gamache and Three Pines! 🌲🌲🌲 2mo
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A solid entry in the Kincaid & James series; a bit difficult for me to follow as it draws upon previous events in the series, and I read the last one 6 yrs ago. And BTW, I never noticed how much she talks about beverages, in loving detail: tea, coffee/lattes, wine, gin, limoncello, whiskey...☕🍷🍵🍸🍺😋

EvieBee I love food and beverage talk in a book! 2mo
TiredLibrarian @EvieBee I wanted to try a limoncello and I hardly ever drink! 🥃😅 2mo
EvieBee @TiredLibrarian Lol! The power of books. That‘s a good drink, too! 2mo
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Comfort Book | Matt Haig
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This is a pretty good list. I'd add This is How by Augusten Burrows. Is there anything you would add?
#poetry #Buddhism #philosophy #essays #inspiration

sarahbellum Letters to a Young Poet and When Things Fall Apart are my go-tos and probably the two books I recommend the most to friends 👌 2mo
Blueberry I have the Pema Chodron checked out right now. 2mo
SamAnne Love Bird by Bird. I would add Joy Harjo poems. Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings and American Sunrise are favorites. 2mo
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TiredLibrarian @sarahbellum I haven't read Letters to a Young Poet. Adding it to my TBR. 📚 2mo
TiredLibrarian @Blueberry @sarahbellum I have a copy of When Things Fall Apart. It's been comforting on a deep level to me. 2mo
TiredLibrarian @SamAnne I haven't read Joy Harjo; I'll have to check her out. She spoke as part of the National Book Festival today. https://www.washingtonpost.com/washington-post-live/2021/09/17/library-congress-... 2mo
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#WondrousWednesday

📕 Tagged

🍇 At the moment, apples. I got a few fresh Honeycrisps from a farmers' market; they're delightful!🍎

🤩 I have a library hold on Matrix by Lauren Groff. Also excited to see a new S.J. Rozan novel coming soon.

💞 Making it through the day (1st day back after vacation), and getting quite a bit done.

@Eggs

Eggs A vacation refreshes👏🏻❤️📚 2mo
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I love books with maps, and one thing I always enjoy with Deborah Crombie's books are the lovely hand-drawn maps inside the covers. The illustrator is Laura Hartman Maestro. More about her& her work: https://www.deborahcrombie.com/index.php/dwell?id=39

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Just starting this one. Haven't read a Gemma James & Duncan Kincaid book in eons; forgot how much I love her London, & the beautiful maps. #mystery

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Billy Summers | Steven King
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A suspenseful & well-paced novel that makes you feel sympathy for the main character, who does some terrible things. A nice tribute to the power of writing and storytelling, too. #fiction #suspense

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1. Yes! 🎭😊

2. I'd much rather watch them, but the opportunities are limited where I live, and then there's Covid-19. 😕

3. Loved the novels and TV series; would love to see this on stage!

Thanks @ozma.of.oz for the interesting #Sundayfunday questions! 🎭

ozma.of.oz Stupid Covid. I miss live theater. I‘m grateful for streaming shows, but it‘s not quite the same experience. Thanks for posting! 2mo
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Billy Summers | Steven King
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#Anywayyoureadathon @kimmypete1 @Eggbeater @MidnightBookGirl #Superseptember @EadieB @Andrew65 #readathons

Here's the plan: Read the tagged book by 9/12. Finish When Breath Becomes Air, and read one book TBD by 9/19. I have to go back to work after a vacation this week; not expecting a lot of reading time next week, but hoping for the best!

EadieB Sounds like a plan! I‘m reading Billy Summers too this month! Thanks for participating! 3mo
Eggbeater I liked Billy Summers. I hope you do, too. 3mo
kimmypete1 Thanks for joining! 3mo
TiredLibrarian @EadieB @Eggbeater I'm on p. 145, and so far it keeps getting better as I go along! 3mo
EadieB @TiredLibrarian I find that I like King's earlier books but I'm going to give this one a try! Nice to hear that you are enjoying this one 3mo
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This is so good, and so difficult to read. It tells the stories of several people involved in the events of 9/11: plane passengers, pilots, first responders, people trapped in buildings. It's told roughly in the order of before, during & after the attacks. So many tragedies & so many miracles. #nonfiction #history #911

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This is really, really good, and I'm sorry I started reading it. Just devastating. #nonfiction #history #911

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A series of mini-essays and personal reflections on loneliness. Sometimes heartbreaking; occasionally appalling (looking at you, Harry Harlow). The graphic elements didn't always enhance the work for me, but at its best reminds me of an Edward Hopper painting (like the apartments on the cover). #nonfiction #graphic #graphicnovel #psychology #sociology

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Untitled | Anonymous
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Thanks for the tag, @Eggs 😊 #WondrousWednesday

1. Maine, London, Vermont
2. Long walks, listening to music, massage/back rubs (the older I get, the more I love back rubs!)
3. Just finished Seek You by Kristen Radtke; very good
4. My health and that of my loved ones, & vacation time!

Eggs Great post-thanks for playing ❣️ 3mo
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Joyland | Stephen King
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

1. Not very often. I almost always make picks based on recommendations & reviews, but I admit to having a weakness for books with "book" or "library" in the title. ?

2. The tagged book was a recent read, and perfect for the end of summer.

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 😊📚 3mo
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Banquet of Consequences | Elizabeth George
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Better than her last few books, but not up to the level of the first 6-7 in this series.

Glad to see the focus back on Lynley & Havers, & I like how this ended for Havers.
The Lynley/Daidre relationship feels awkward.
Kill off Ardrey already.
More Nkata, please!
Please bring back Taymullah Azhar & Hadiyyah!
Too many subplots bogged down in too much detail.
And speaking of detail, I don't need to hear about incest to the nth degree.

#mystery

EvieBee I adore this series but I think I paused at book 12. 3mo
TiredLibrarian @EvieBee I paused on this series after the tagged book for about 6 years. I was really turned off by the direction she'd taken with some of the main series characters. 3mo
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