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The Bookish Booklover Tag

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and welcome to another Bookish Tag. This tag was created by @Shantellemary, and I thought it would be fun to answer all these questions, so here we go! 722 more words


“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage.” Anaïs Nin

Dean picked up his Ghandi and talked about the Bhagavad Gita. He said that apparently it very much inspired Aldous Huxley who wrote among other things, … 628 more words

A lady said to her friend: we are inside a gem.

Henry buys books on bread making or books by Liane Moriarty. He stopped by today to tell me about Big Little Lies:  there are these families and their lives and everything and even at the end you still don’t know what is going to happen and Liane Moriarty just weaves it all in and out and in and out and it is amazing, it’s storytelling, proper storytelling and then she won the New York prize. 508 more words

No day is ever the same.

Two boys sat outside on the wet pavement and removed their football boots before coming into the shop. They walk about in football socks, whispering hilariously. 467 more words

BR: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Title: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Author: J. K. Rowling, John Tiffany anf Jack Thorne

Genre: Fantasy in play format

Published: 2016

Pages: 343… 560 more words


July Wrap-Up

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and welcome back to another monthly wrap-up. I have travelled a lot in July up until now, and even though we are already well into August it doesn’t seem real. 495 more words


Great New Books

I think the vast majority of books I’ve read in the past few years have come to my attention through personal recommendations. I rely on their honest opinions to help me select my next read. 133 more words

Book Review