I started to read the Outlander series again. Outlander is my favorite book in the series 😊
My local book store. Blind date with a book! Love the idea 😊
This beauty finally found its way to my home 😊 I've been looking forward to reading Beartown for a while now. It's a cold rainy day today, perfect for a cozy afternoon with a book📚 and a cuppa☕
@lazuliwaves83 Thank you so much for everything! I haven't read any of the books before but they are right up my alley 😍 I love the origami flower! Thanks for the kit. The bookmarks are so cute!
I am really into Norse Mythology and loved this audio book! Neil Gaiman also narrated the book and it was fun listening to him tell the stories. He told the stories with a modern twist and I think he did an excellent job. I certainly was entertained! This was my first book by Gaiman. Not sure which one of his to pick up next. #norsemythology #Gaiman
1. Originally Germany, now living in Cincinnati
2. The Physician
4. Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
6. Big Country
8. Historical Fiction & Rural Fiction
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10. 3 dogs, 4 cats
I really was looking forward to reading this one. The story started out promising but halfway through the book I actually lost interest and put the book aside to pick it up a few days later. I had to force myself to finish it. Some parts of the story just didn't come together for me.
Meribeth is a busy working mom. So busy taking care of her husband and children that she ignores all the signs of a heart attack. She realized that this is a huge inconvenience for her husband. Without her running the household he is pretty much useless. She had enough and packs her bags.
I thought it was a good read. At times I could relate to Meribeth but I'm not sure if her issues were resolved at the end.
Thank you so much @ErinC 😊 I love the books and the other goodies😍 I've been meaning to read Who do you love and The Swan Gondola sounds great ☺
Thanks @BookishMarginalia for organizing #CupidGoesPostal
Another classic read. I love the books by Jules Verne and this on is just as great as all the other ones I have read.
I listened to the audio book while knitting. It's a nice cozy mystery. Pepper Reece is the owner of a spice shop in Seattle and a murder happens right in front of her store. Everything is explained with so much detail, it felt like I was with her at every location. I'm definitely going to check out more books of the series!
Just finished my first book of the year. I really liked it! A book about books in a small town setting. I could really identify with Sara. Of course the story became very predictable at some point but I'm still glad I read it!☺📚
Finished my goodreads reading challenge. I set myself a realistic goal to read 30 books this year and ended up reading 35. So glad I found litsy! I discovered so many books this year...
Thank you so much @BarbaraTheBibliophage !😊 I've been wanting to read Little Beach Street Bakery! I love the sign and my bookmarks and the book of poetry is really nice. I like poetry but didn't have any books until now. ❤ Merry Christmas
Thanks @BookishMarginalia for starting this. It was so much fun 😊
Finished my first book on #serialreader. Such an important book to read!
I really wanted to like this book. After a great beginning it just became ridiculous and too far fetched for me. Poppy Day's husband Mart gets deployed to Afghanistan. She gets the disturbing news that Mart is being held captive by terrorists. Not satisfied with how things are being done to rescue Mart, she is determined to get him back home, no matter what. I was an Army wife once and relate to her frustration, the plan is just too unbelievable.
I just finished the audio book. Well, overall I thought it was an okay read. Four women take a knitting class and of course each of them has their personal issue that they struggle with. I usually don't read this author but I'm giving the other two books in the "Blossom Street" series a go since they're available on #hoopla
I really enjoyed this story! Nina is a big city librarian. After the library branch closes, she is out of a job and decides to open up a book mobile in a small town in Scotland. It's a sweet story. A little predictable but I don't care. Now I'm gonna look up other books by this author.