😂😂😂😂 I need this shirt!!!
😂😂😂😂 I need this shirt!!!
Group A is reading fairytale retellings for this round, and there's still one space open if anyone would like to join! I'm really excited for this group 😊💜 #LMPBC
I'm so excited for this!! I joined Group A, which is doing fairy tale retellings (one of my favorite things), if anyone is interested!
Here's the link: https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/5080444aead2ca0ff2-l...
For Etania and the peoples of Tamnarae, a new danger is lurking...
My review of Etania's Calling by M.H. Elrich is up on my blog (link in bio) 🥳
I love this series and am so excited for it to continue!!
What books have you enjoyed lately?
This isn't something I'll share here often, but I launched my store today! Right now, I'm selling some bookmarks inspired by my stories and wax seals, but I'll be adding more bookish things soon 😊 Anyway, I was just excited and wanted to share! If you have a small business or Etsy shop, please feel welcome to share in the comments ❤
Chapters 27-30 of Don Quixote were my #bookspin for May! After a two-month journey, I finally conquered this chunkster. I actually really enjoyed it. Sancho and Don Quixote are endearing (and bonkers) 😆 While there were some dense chapters that I didn't enjoy as much, I still really liked the book and am glad I read it!
My next read is Poldark (not a fan of the show tie-in cover, but it was, oddly, the only copy I could find.)
I haven't shared anything about my own writing for quite awhile on Litsy, but I'm too excited not to share this! My good friend, Erica Richardson (who is also an author), designed the cover for my first book, and I'm sharing a sneak peek of the cover elsewhere on social media, so I thought I would share it here, too!
She did such an amazing job, and I can't wait to be able to share the whole cover! 😊💙❄
When I sat down to keep reading Part Two of DQ, I remembered that chapters 43-49 of Part One were my April #bookspin and I never posted my review! This book is funny/odd and absolutely unlike anything I've ever read 😆 I have been enjoying it, and I'm going to feel *very* accomplished when I've finished it!
I really enjoyed today's reading for the #BibleBuddyRead 😊 I especially liked the end of chapter 26. The way David genuinely valued Saul's life and refused to harm him, despite everything Saul had done to him, is a beautiful reminder to still value and respect the people you're at odds with.
Thanks for hosting this buddy read, @BookBabe 💜
Well, it's official! Don Quixote is taking over my #bookspin list for the second and final month 😂 It's worked really well to break it up into chapters, so I decided to use the same method for Part Two. Then I can finally say that I've conquered this classic!
@julieclair @Nutmegnc @KateReadsYA
Thank you all so much for the yummy teas (and the cute sticker)! This swap has been so much fun to participate in and I'm really excited to try all these new tea flavors! 😊
All of my cards are written and ready to be mailed tomorrow 💜
Looking forward to starting our next book for the #BibleBuddyRead this morning 😊🧡
Also, I love my new Bible! It's got suggested reading plans, both illustrated and coloring pages, devotions, spaces for journaling, and some art prints and bookmarks in the back! They've also highlighted verses throughout the whole Bible that are connected to faith, hope, and love. The whole book is so beautiful!
1. I have two! Either curled up in bed under a cozy blanket or out on the front porch. I love hearing the birds chirp while I read 😊
2. I love grabbing a warm blanket & a cup of coffee while I read! Guess that answers number 3, too 😂
I absolutely LOVED this book! ? It's rare for me to find a book that actually lives up to the claim of being a modern fairy tale, but this book certainly did!
Also, @TheAromaofBooks , I completely understand what you meant when said this was a "warm" story! I think I'll wait a bit to read Spinning Silver because right now, I can't imagine loving it as much as I did this ?
That's 4 squares filled for #bookspinbingo so far!
I'm going to be laid up for a few days, and this is my bookish stockpile to see me through. I'm almost 80 pages into Uprooted and enjoying it a lot 📚
Please sign this petition! Returning Ebooks after reading them takes money from authors and makes it harder for them to write the books we love!
My reads for the evening 😊
I'm not quite finished with this book yet, but chapters 16-20 were my #doublespin & I'm so close to the end now that I know I'll be rating it as a Pick! I was introduced to the story through the BBC adaptation with Richard Armitage. I had a sneaking suspicion that I'd love the book & wasn't disappointed 😊
I only have 6 spaces left on my bingo board, but I don't think I'm going to be able to finish the last few, unfortunately!
March has actually been a really great reading month, but I've been lousy about posting my reviews 😂 I'm consolidating my reads into two posts!
I finally read the Swan Lake trilogy, & it was amazing! Tagged is the second book, which was my #bookspin for March. The stories are sad, but beautifully written 💙 @TheAromaofBooks
Icefire is the only book that's a so-so for me!
This post brings me up to 19 books for #SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView
I've read this book a few times now (and love it more each time), but now I'm actually going to finish the series, instead of getting distracted by other shiny new books on my shelves 😂
📖 13th book for #SeriesRead2022 @TheSpineView
🖤 The Grim prompt for #OWLsReadingChallenge
📚 AND this was my #bookspin for February @TheAromaofBooks
We're in Numbers now for the #BibleBuddyRead ?
Here are some thoughts from my journaling: I love that it specifically mentions in chpt. 1 that they did as the Lord commanded "on that very day" &, in v. 54, that they "did everything just as the Lord commanded Moses."
They didn't miss out on what God had for them in this moment because their obedience was instantaneous & complete. ⬇️