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Joined January 2018

"All the reading she had done had given her a view of life they had never seen." Matilda- Roald Dahl
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Dinosaurs | LYDIA. MILLET
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#NetGalley #AudioARC

I really love Lydia Millet. Like some of her previous books, this one has that beautiful connection between humans and the world around us. The way she writes about nature and the impact we have on it, while also telling a story is so impressive to me.

This follows a lone man who moves and becomes friends with the family next door. The story makes you ponder our existence and what makes us as people good.

Reggie Have you ever read her Mermaid book? The last 5 pages is so bonkers but it goes along the lines of when you say she writes about the good in us. I loved that book. 1d
AllDebooks Oooh, I have not heard of her before. One for us? #naturalitsy 24h
Addison_Reads @Reggie That's one of hers I haven't read yet so I'll have to find it. 18h
Addison_Reads @AllDebooks Her books are fiction and dystopian based mostly, but she does focus a lot on the connection humans have with the natural world, and how we are destroying it. Her most popular book is probably this one, 18h
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Booth | Karen Joy Fowler
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I will admit I went into this thinking I'd probably not enjoy it because it's received so many mixed reviews. What I liked is the way the author immersed the reader in that time period of history. The Booth family felt so real to me. The contrast between the female and male siblings and the difficulties they faced was fascinating, and infuriating.

I am not sure how much of this is historically accurate, but I felt like I learned something. 😁

BarbaraBB I am feeling the same about this book. I am halfway through but enjoying it much more than I expected to. 1d
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rachelk What a great list! 🧙‍♀️ (edited) 1d
Texreader Love this! 1d
DanaManiac This is a fabulous list! 1d
Clwojick Great list! 1d
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The Project | Courtney Summers
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This one was close to being a pick. It's a good, creepy read, but not great. Definitely a #BorrowNotBuy if you're wanting a quick thriller.

The cult aspect was handled well, the characters were intriguing, but I wanted more development of the main characters and the side characters. Also, the timeline changes a lot and at times there's not enough to differentiate between them.

Quick enjoyable read though, just don't go in expecting too much.

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The Eyes of the Dragon | Stephen King
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This was not my first King read, that was The Shining at 10 years old. However, this is the book that made King my favorite author. 💚

After years of reading his classic early horror, I picked up this dark fantasy tale and I was transported. King is a master storyteller and his fantasy novels are some of my favorites. The versatility he has as a writer astounds me and leaves me in awe.

Here's to many more adventures Mr. King 💚

Addison_Reads @Reggie suggested sharing your favorite King story or a memory you had while reading King. Feel free to join in honor of King's birthday today. 5d
Reggie I‘ve never read this but in that article of the 75 facts, it says he wrote this for his daughter who complained that all he wrote was horror. So he thought he‘d try something new. 🖤Thanks for sharing, Cassie! 5d
Read-y_Picker That WAS my first Stephen King read! In grade 4. And I just put a hold on the audiobook for a reread. So looking forward to it!
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Addison_Reads @Reggie There's a dedication at the front to his daughter, Naomi, and Peter Straub's son, Ben. I love the connections in this one to The Talisman and The Dark Tower books. It still amazes me how interconnected his works are. 5d
Addison_Reads @Read-y_Picker Yay! I hope it's as great on your second journey. I'm planning to re-read once I finish my read through The Dark Tower books again. 5d
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Birdcatcher | Gayl Jones
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Gayl Jones has some amazing writing in this story. The flow of her words created an atmosphere that was transportive. Unfortunately though, the story just wasn't for me. The entangled relationships between the three friends that created a strange love triangle left me irritated.

I do plan on searching out other books by this author though since the writing was so good.

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Blue Moon Circus | Michael Raleigh
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I've always been drawn to stories about the circus. Those book is set in the early 1930's and follows Lewis, who has been involved in the life since he was a teen. Now at 52, he had to make some decisions about life, but not before one last big show.

This story was entertaining with the variety of characters and circus acts. Jupiter, the aging female elephant with a mischievous side, was probably my favorite.

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Clwojick Wooohoooo!! 5d
StayCurious Thanks for sharing! 5d
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The Plague | Albert Camus
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I've owned this book since college and now having gone through the past two years I decided it was time to read it.

Camus truly captures the thoughts and fears associated with a pandemic. The way he handles the mortality issues surrounding the choices one makes when faced with uncertainty felt so accurate.

I also loved the ending, or I guess love isn't the appropriate term; I appreciated the reality of the ending.

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The Cat Who Saved Books | S?suke Natsukawa
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Definitely a fun distraction that book lovers will enjoy reading. I can't say I was blown away with it but it transported me to a fantastical world where the mission was to save books. And the snarky feline companion was a great sidekick as well.

There are also some truly beautiful passages about grief as the main character deals with the loss of his grandfather.

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Time Is a Mother | Ocean Vuong
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I've read previous poems by Vuong and this collection shows a lot of maturity in the writing. Vuong paints powerful imagery with his words and overall this is a really strong collection.

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#TeamSlaughter @Clwojick #Scarathlon

I love this time of year, but to be honest, I watch scary stuff all year long. Most of these I watch every October, but there are some new movies and TV shows I'm really looking forward to.

vivastory I've been making my way through Hitchcock Presents & it's fantastic. I recently watched an episode that I don't think could get made on network TV today 1w
Addison_Reads @vivastory my nephew is currently working on 39 Steps for his school theater and I remembered Hitchcock presents and told him we'd start watching it soon. I've only seen a few over the years so I'm excited to watch it. 1w
CinderJo Love it that Bob‘s Burgers made the cut 🤩 1w
Addison_Reads @CinderJo I love the Bob's Burgers Halloween episodes! 🎃 1w
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The Witches | Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake
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#TeamSlaughter @Clwojick #Scarathlon

Just some of the books and graphic novels I'm hoping to read in October. Some of these I read every year and several others are #NetGalley #ARCs

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The Emerald City of Oz | L. Frank Baum
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Book 6 finished. 😁 The characters in this one are some of the best yet. There's a town full of utensils and it's ruled by King Kleaver. And another place full of paperdolls.

Dorothy gets to show the Land of Oz to Aunt Em and Uncle Henry and the whacky fun they encounter kept me smiling. The end of this one is a little bittersweet and I'm curious what the next book will hold.

BookHoarder32 I love the Oz books. They‘re so funny and whimsical. 1w
TheSpineView Excellent 1w
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Catch and Kill | Ronan Farrow
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I'm a little late reading this, but I'm glad I finally did. This book is a definite page-turner. I was so angry while reading it but that didn't stop me from finishing it in a day.

This is an important read and I'm thankful for the bravery of the women who came forward and the journalists who refused to cover up the story.

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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for. Feel free to join.

Day 15
As I sit here posting online ads for classic VW parts for our business, while using high-speed internet, and listening to an audiobook on my smartphone, I realize just how thankful I am for technology and the freedom and entertainment it brings me.

Eggs So true👌🏼👌🏼 2w
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#NetGalley

Although Empire of Pain remains my favorite book on the opioid industry, this book offered a different side of the story. It's well written and extremely informative. I was blown away by the excessive sales numbers presented here.

My mind still has problems with the greed and corruption and all of the people who profited from this tragedy that is still a problem today.

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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 14
💚 Laughter and people who make me laugh.
💜 A good night's sleep.

Eggs Yes those are the best👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2w
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Extasia | Claire Legrand
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#NetGalley

I had high hopes for this one. Amity, the main character, was well developed and I loved the world created here. However, most of the other characters fell flat in comparison.

The premise of a coven of witches hiding in the woods, luring young girls away from the misogynistic cult they belong to had me invested from the start. Then the story starts to drag until the end and I lost interest.

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The Road to Oz | L. Frank Baum
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Loved this one! This might be my favorite book in the series yet. Dorothy finds herself lost and ends up back in Oz. She encounters an adorable new friend, Button Bright, and I really hope we see more of him. 💚

Ozma's party was so much fun and I loved the inclusion of Santa Claus and his Knooks because Baum's The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus is a childhood favorite of mine.

TheSpineView Bravo 2w
bookishdawg I love the illustrations in the Oz books too! Fun review! 😊 2w
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Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz | Lyman Frank Baum
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Not my favorite so far, but still a pick because the creativity and fun makes for such a great escape from more serious reads.

This book brings Dorothy and the Wizard back together after an earthquake. They find themselves encountering strange people, invisible bears, and even dragons as they search for a way back home. Many of the characters we love are back and Baum introduces several new ones.

TheSpineView Great job 2w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 13
🐶 My current dogs. These four goof balls always make me smile.
🐶 All the dogs I've loved and lost over the years for the wonderful memories I carry with me.

TrishB They are the best 🐶♥️ 2w
Hooked_on_books I agree with Snoopy! 💚🐶 2w
batsy Yep 😁💜 2w
EvieBee “Happiness is a warm puppy.” —Charles Schulz 2w
Eggs Absolutely agree💞 2w
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Clean Getaway | Nic Stone
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#AuthorAMonth2022 @Soubhiville

I love Nic Stone. This MG book had some really great ideas and moments, but the premise of the grandma just basically kidnapping the kid just felt wrong to me.

If I think about them just taking a trip together, the book takes on a whole new meaning for me. I loved the way the grandma and grandson connected and how she opened up and shared his family's past. I just couldn't get past the kidnapping. 😕

Megabooks Exactly!! 2w
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Run Time | Catherine Ryan Howard
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Another thriller that's a book within a book, within a movie this time. I've really enjoyed other reads by this author, and this was a pretty good thriller but not as good as her others.

All of the plots and stories became a bit too much in some parts. Howard does deliver some great creepy moments though.

Enjoyable, not great, so overall a low pick for me.

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Atlas Shrugged | Zola Press
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#PageItForward

Anyone interested in these two books? They're paperback and I've owned them for 10+ years. Some shelf wear but no writing or highlighting in the pages.

I'm happy to pass them on to a fellow reader. In the US please since they're so large.

Just comment below if you'd like them. 💚

EvieBee I‘d like both! And I can pay for shipping, if they‘re still available. 2w
Addison_Reads @EvieBee I appreciate the offer, but shipping in the states isn't bad. It's just international that gets a bit expensive. If you'll email me your mailing address I'll get them out to you this week. caddison97@gmail.com 2w
EvieBee @Addison_Reads Cassie, you are the best. Thank you so much! I‘ll send you my address. I used to own these very editions but they got donated in one of many moves in the last 8 years. 2w
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@Eggs #Grateful

List 1-3 things daily for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 12
🍁 Cooler temperatures coming so I can read outdoors again.
🍁 Fall evenings that will soon be here so we can have bonfires and s'mores.

Eggs Oh gratitude for fall is the best🧡🧡 2w
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Fairy Tale | Stephen King
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For those who love King's classic horror books, this fantasy tale might not be your thing. Personally, I loved it. 💚 It's full of adventure, darkness, emotion, and action, but it definitely isn't horror.

The first half of the book sets the reader up for an unforgettable journey that takes Charlie on a mission to a magical world.

Radar, the German Shepherd, will steal your heart too. 😍

TrishB I love your graphic, half way through. 2w
Deblovestoread This is the review I‘ve been waiting for! I don‘t do horror and wanted to make sure this one wasn‘t that before buying 2w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 11
🔬 I'll forever be grateful to advancements in science and the work scientists do to make our lives safer.
🏥 Doctors, nurses, lab techs, and so many others in the medical field will always have my gratitude, especially after all they've done through the pandemic.

Eggs Well said! 2w
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Fairy Tale | Stephen King
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When I got to this chapter in the tagged book I instantly pictured the villain from one of my favorite childhood cartoons, He-Man. Then I read a few pages more and King uses the Skeletor action figure reference. Love it! 😂

CBee By the power of Grayskull…… I have the power 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 (yup, I loved the show too 😂) 2w
marleed Haha - I saw this post and instantly stopped to read because … Skelator! 2w
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The Woman in the Library | Sulari Gentill
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Although I've seen other reviews where readers didn't like this, I was a fan.

The format is different. Essentially it's a book within a book within a book that features a crime within a crime. Sounds confusing, but for me it really worked. There are some unexplained plot holes, but I found myself quickly caught up in the story and enjoying the juxtaposition of the parallel stories.

jlhammar I'm looking forward to this. Have it in my stacks. Hope to get to it next month! 2w
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Rogue Protocol | Martha Wells
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

This one might be my favorite yet. Murderbot is finally getting some answers, or more like clues I guess, to the mystery of why GrayCris attacked DeltFall in the first book.

New characters, more action, and another great story!

TheSpineView Awesome! 2w
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Stoner | John Williams
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I enjoyed this quiet story of a man's life and the everyday things he goes through. The writing was beautiful, and although the story was depressing, I found myself aching to see what would happen next.

This isn't a book I devoured quickly. Instead I chose to read a few chapters each night which gave me time to reflect.

There's just something about this book that made me really connect with it. 💚

jlhammar One of my favorites. Glad you enjoyed it! 2w
Tamra My very favorite! 💜 2w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 10
💚 That I work from home most of the time, and get to set my own schedule.
💜 Grocery pickup! Because some days I just can't deal with the masses. 😁

PageShifter I can understand 💜 2w
KristiAhlers This meme is my life anymore 🙄. 2w
jlhammar Same, same, same! I feel that way 99.9% of the time and am also very grateful to work from home most days. 2w
Ann_Reads Some days I feel just like that. 🤗 What a relief it is to chill out at home. 2w
Eggs Amen! I hear ya!! 2w
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Artificial Condition | Martha Wells
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Murderbot, with the help of A.R.T, works on becoming more "human" in this addition to the series. The relationship between the two makes for such a great story. Once again I find Murderbot to be an endearing character with very relatable thoughts and characteristics.

This series has great characters, an interesting world, and the action is just the right amount for the size of the book.

TheSpineView Fantastic 2w
BkClubCare I ❤️ Murderbot 2w
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The Woman in the Library | Sulari Gentill
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Loved this quote from my current read. It's the second time in 75 pages that the author has mentioned King.

Readergrrl Not wrong! ❤️>🤡 3w
Reggie Also, I was kinda crushed when the woman in Salem‘s Lot gets killed because I thought her and the main guy would end up together. She‘s not wrong. 2w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you are grateful for.

Day 9
📚 Public libraries. Growing up buying books wasn't an option because my family just didn't have the extra money to spare. However, from a young age my mom took me to our public library and my love for books, libraries, and librarians grew.

Support your local library system! So many out there depend on the valuable services they provide.

Leftcoastzen So agree! So many good memories with visits to the library. 3w
Eggs Absolutely agree! 2w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 8
🎉 Today I'm grateful to have made it through to see another birthday. With the pandemic and the state of things, each day is such a blessing and I'm beyond thankful for each one I get to experience.

vivastory Happy Birthday 🎉🎂🎈I hope that it's a great day! 3w
Reggie Happy Birthday!!🎈 3w
AmyK1 Happy birthday! 3w
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BarbaraBB Happy birthday 🎈 ❤️ 3w
Eggs Happy Birthday 🎉🎁🎈 3w
Addison_Reads @vivastory @Reggie @BarbaraBB @Eggs @AmyK1 Thank you all very much for the birthday wishes. 💚 3w
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Glory | NoViolet Bulawayo
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A pick, but not a very solid one.

Glory started off being a hell of a story. It's unique modern spin on Animal Farm instantly hooked me and the writing was phenomenal...at first. Then the repetition begins. I felt like the author was smacking me in the head over and over with the same ideas, but not letting the story fully develop. Just when I almost gave in, it picks up and ends on a high note, but that middle part was difficult to get through.

jlhammar Good to know! I wasn't initially drawn to this one, but now that it's been shortlisted going to give it a try. 3w
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All Systems Red | Martha Wells
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Having never finished this series, I decided to go back and start at the beginning. This book surprised me yet again with the depth I feel for Murderbot in this story. Its connections with the humans around it, its apathetic attitude about things, and its ability to get out of intense situations makes this such a great read.

Loved the reread and I'm excited to read more.

TheSpineView This is a great series! 3w
shanaqui I always find it so curious what pronouns people choose for Murderbot! (Canonically, it doesn't consider itself male or female, and I'm pretty sure it prefers “it“. But then so many people feel bad about that and pick a pronoun, and sooo often it's “he“.) 3w
Addison_Reads @shanaqui what an interesting point. I didn't even realize I called Murderbot "she" in my review until you pointed it out. I knew it didn't identify as male or female, but my brain assigned gender without me thinking. A bad habit I'm actively working on correcting. 3w
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I'll admit that I went into this without realizing it wasn't written like the GOT books. I started and was a bit confused, but intrigued. Once I got that Martin was writing this like a history book I was all in. 😁 All of the similar names do become a bit maddening, but the family tree helps.

Any fan of this world needs to read this. It's so detailed and informative. And the illustrations are gorgeous.

#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Fantastic 3w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 6 & Day 7
➡ My anxiety kept me from doing a lot yesterday. I'm grateful that I at least made it through the day.
➡ Today I'm glad for a new day. I can put aside the feelings and thoughts of yesterday and start fresh.

Some days all we can do is hold our heads up and just get through the day while remembering that it's okay if you don't feel like doing more. 💚

Eggs Truth 🙏🏻💕 3w
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#Grateful #Gratitude @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you are grateful for.

Day 5
Friends 💚 I had a surprise visit from a friend today and she and her husband just jumped right in and helped us move some cars around at our VW junkyard. Friendship comes in many forms, but those friends who are willing to help and do almost anything just to spend time with you are the special ones.

wanderinglynn Exactly. 💜 this. 3w
Eggs How wonderful 🙏🏻🙏🏻 3w
batsy The older I get, the truer this is ❤️ 3w
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#Grateful #Gratitude @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 4
🍁 Mother Nature, with all her beauty and all her severity, I'm still thankful that I can see all she has to offer. In a world with such extreme climate changes happening, I try to appreciate the natural world around me every day.

jlhammar Beautiful photo! 3w
BarbaraBB Gorgeous photo 😍 3w
Eggs Beautiful peaceful spot 🌿💚🌳 3w
bthegood Thanks for the post - it reminded me to do my gratitude list - so I'm grateful for litsy first thing in the morning - enjoy your day 🙂 3w
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#Grateful #Gratitude @Eggs

List 1-3 things each day for 31 days that you're grateful for.

Day 3
📚 Today I'm grateful for books. For the way they challenge me to change, for the things they teach me, and for the friends they connect me with.

Please feel free to join if you'd like.

Eggs Love this 💞💞 3w
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I was only two books away from a blackout for August. My September list is on the right. It's a little more open, but I'm still hoping to get lots of reads off my TBR.

#BookSpin #DoubleSpin #BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

Hooked_on_books Great job! 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Fantastic month!! 3w
TheSpineView Wow!💙📖💙 3w
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Little Eve | Catriona Ward
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#NetGalley

Catriona Ward has created an atmospheric gothic horror story. As the secrets of the family unravel and the truth of what happens behind closed doors becomes known the suspense grows. It's a slow build, but then many gothic tales are that way.

Although this isn't the best example of this genre, it is still a great read, especially for this time of year.

jlhammar I'm going to try my first Catriona Ward in October. My IRL book club is reading The Last House on Needless Street. I'll be interested to see what everyone thinks. 3w
Reggie I liked her Sundial that just came out this past year. 3w
Addison_Reads @jlhammar That book will definitely give your book club a lot to talk about. @Reggie I liked Sundial too. Such a wild ending. 3w
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The Fountainhead | Ayn Rand
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I'm glad that I finally read this one, but I'm also glad to be finished with it.

I can definitely see the appeal, and there were parts that I thought were wonderful writing. However, after about 300 pages, the characters and the ideology become repetitive, one-dimensional, and tedious.

I might have felt differently had I read it when I was younger.

BarbaraBB I enjoyed this one a lot in my twenties but I don‘t think I would as much of today. And I never picked up 😉 3w
Addison_Reads @BarbaraBB I bought both this and Atlas in my twenties and haven't touched them. Sadly now at 40, after reading this one, I think I'll pass on Atlas and donate them. 3w
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Wolves of the Calla | Stephen King
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#SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView

Allowing so many years to pass between my first read and this reread almost makes it feel like I'm reading it for the first time again. Also, having read so many other King novels I now see connections and references that I missed previously.

The best part of this book for me is Callahan's story. So good!

My journey is almost finished and the draw to the Dark Tower increases.

TheSpineView Fantastic 3w
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#Grateful @Eggs

List 1-3 things you're grateful for each day for 31 days.

Day 2
💚 For my husband and nephew for being those people who make me happy.
💜 For the unconditional love and neverending snuggles that all my fur-babies give me.
💙 For the wonderful memories of people I love who have passed because missing them is hard but memories help ease the pain.

Eggs Lovely 🥰 4w
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Jackal | Erin E. Adams
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#NetGalley #ARC

Loved this one! When great horror can create a story that deals with social issues and yet also keeps me engrossed with suspense I call that a true success. 💚

I never quite figured out what was happening until the reveal, and the ending was great. Not to mention this cover is gorgeous.

Zoes_Human LOVED this one! 4w
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