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TheBookstorePodcast
It's like a book club, but we actually read the book. | New episodes weekly | thebookstorepodcast.com | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google | et cetera
kezzlou85
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/59272519-kerry-henderson Wishes she could just read 24/7
Cathythoughts
Books that linger, the good books stay with you . From Cork 🇮🇪
IndoorDame
You‘re never too old for picture books
marleed
To this Litten community: I can‘t imagine moving through a pandemic without you!
Redwritinghood
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/1072080-jerrie-redwritinghood
Karkar
Find me on Goodreads too! She/her
JacqMac
Read all the things! 🇨🇦 ☕️ 📖
JessClark78
Reader. Bibliophile. Coffee addict. Mother of cats. Ravenclaw. House Stark. My favorite genres are Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, and Gothic Literature.
BookDragonNotWorm
I could be more literary, but genres have more fun! Read, write, repeat. www.shannonhollinger.com
ulrichyumiodd
PhD student | English Studies | Medieval lit | Writer | Fantasy | 🇨🇦
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
Creator of #LitsyLove, an international pen pal group! Join us!! Cohost of monthly photo challenges 💛 #ThinkPositiveBePositive
night_shift
Horror junkie. I do a lot of writing, too. | PNW | https://linktr.ee/Nightshifthorror | she/her
wildwoodreads
www.wildwoodreads.com
hes7
📚🏔☕️❤️ | reader + blogger
pagebypagebookbybook.blogspot.com
goodreads.com/hes7
ozma.of.oz
WORDS IN THE HEART CAN NOT BE TAKEN. ~ Sir Terry Pratchett, “Feet of Clay”
Eggbeater
I belong in a John Irving novel.
Ash.on.the.line
Read it, review it, repeat it!
wanderinglynn
Traveling spherically. https://linktr.ee/wanderinglynn
CoffeeCatsBooks
Coffee drinking, cat loving, book hoarding Ravenclaw
Come-read-with-me
“A word after a word after a word is power.” – Margaret Atwood.🇨🇦
Susanita
Life's too short to read books you don't like.
jessinikkip
29. He/Him. DEAF. Author. Book Blogger. Anxious mess.
OriginalCyn620
“Many people, myself among them, feel better at the mere sight of a book.” -Jane Smiley, Thirteen Ways of Looking At a Novel