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witchyreader13

witchyreader13

Joined September 2016

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Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
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Black Blade Blues by J. A. Pitts
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Strange and Ever After by Susan Dennard
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The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
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The Cruel Prince | Holly Black
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How do I go about finding people to write to from #litsylove ? I'm 42 years old and I love reading books in any format (paper, Kindle, audiobooks). I enjoy paranormal/urban fantasy fiction, as well as some mysteries and historical fiction from the 1920s US and Victorian England. I read both adult & YA. Pic is Persephone sleeping on my Kindle. Tagged book is one of my current reads.

StayCurious If you would like to join the #litsylove pen pal group, check out @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks page. She‘ll give you the details 🤗 4w
witchyreader13 @StayCurious Excellent. Thank you so much! 4w
Kaylamburson Welcome to #LitsyLove!! I just joined that group, too, and everyone is so sweet and wonderful. 4w
witchyreader13 @Kaylamburson Thank you! I can't wait to participate! 4w
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Truly Devious: A Mystery | Maureen Johnson
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Maureen Johnson‘s new YA novel about a true-crime loving teen is an excellent read if you don‘t mind a cliffhanger ending. The book is the first in a new trilogy that I thoroughly enjoyed despite the fact that I don‘t usually read mysteries without a paranormal twist. 3.75 stars. See my full review at: https://booknsublove.wordpress.com/2018/02/25/book-review-truly-devious-by-maure...

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Truly Devious: A Mystery | Maureen Johnson
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A new murder mystery by Maureen Johnson. I'm looking forward to this! I have plenty of time to read since I can't unpack from our move after just having surgery. Hoping to knock this out in a couple days.

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Invictus | Ryan Graudin
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I've been wanting to read this for a while now. Finally got to a place in my TBR pile where I could pull it out. I hope it's as great as others have made it sound!

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A Perilous Undertaking | Deanna Raybourn
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I love the Veronica Speedwell novels. While I felt the mystery was easier to solve in the second novel, it was still full of intelligence & witty repartee. Add the unacknowledged heat between the main characters & you have a book that sucks you in until the thrilling end. 4 out of 5 stars. Read my full review at https://booknsublove.wordpress.com/2017/11/11/book-review-a-perilous-undertaking...

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House of Furies | Madeleine Roux
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Getting ready to move is stressful. Can't wait to relax for the evening with this spooky, Gothic read.

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The Sandcastle Empire | Kayla Olson
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So excited for this one. 80 pages in and the plot thickens. Can't wait to see what happens!

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Shifter Romances the Writer | Kristen Painter
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I love a clean & quirky romance (sex scenes have their place, but they should advance the plot), so when I received this novel in my #EverAfterBox book subscription, I was thrilled. I haven't read the rest of the series, but it worked as a standalone. Officer Cruz was true romance novel material - loyal, brave, protective & gorgeous. The story was fun and mostly lighthearted. I will definitely be looking up the rest of the series.

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I grabbed this from the library on a whim since her novels are on my TBR pile but I've never read any. I found her weight struggles, love of reading & love of her family completely relatable. She's a strong individual with a lot to say. 'Good in Bed' will be bumped higher up my reading list.

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An emotional read that left me with a tangle of happy and sad when it ended.

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City of Glass | Cassandra Clare
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Finally working on the third Mortal Instruments novel. Each one I read makes me fall in love with the characters a little bit more.

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My new favorite bookmark. I'm truly an '80's/'90's girl.

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Starting this today. Any of my friends read it? Is it as good as the synapsis makes it sound?

witchyreader13 I ended up really enjoying this story. Now I want to read the next one. 3y
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Something in Between | Melissa de la Cruz
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Has anybody read this yet? It's brand new. If you've read it, how was it? No spoilers, please.

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Lost Stars | Lisa Selin Davis
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I absolutely fell in love with this book full of music, tragedy and love. I highly recommend it to readers of Contemporary YA.

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Belzhar | Meg Wolitzer
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14, count them, 14 books stacked on the floor next to my bed. I need to sort them and put away the ones I've finished. The tower is sure to topple soon!

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Vampire Academy | Richelle Mead
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My first read from Booksfree rental service. Lissa's issues were emotional for me, but I really enjoyed this novel.

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Jane Eyre | Charlotte Brontë

I'm a sucker for anything from the Victorian era, but I especially love Jane Eyre. Gothic romance rocks, being both creepy and romantic and Jane was always so independent and stubborn. She reminds me a bit of myself. #FavoriteBookEver

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A World Without You | Beth Revis
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I just know this book is going to break my heart.

BookishMarginalia I have this in my #tbr too 🙂 3y
Chessa Welcome to Litsy! ❤️📚 3y
witchyreader13 @Chessa Thank you! @BookishMarginalia The story ended up being more uplifting than I expected. I really enjoyed it. I hope you do too. 3y
BookishMarginalia 👍🏼 3y
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