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Maggie4483
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Vampires and demons…if I needed a sign to replace Valentine‘s Day with a second Halloween, well, here it is.

#bookspin #doublespin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! now
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julesG
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Book 12 in the Dresden Files (and several short stories).

Well, that was a very intense book. The Red Vampires are back to causing a lot of trouble. Harry has to cash in some favours.

Did not see the ending coming. But had an idea who, how and why - glad one of the short stories supported my theory.

Now a tiny break to catch up on another series before I start the 13th novel.

#SeriesLove2023 @TheSpineView @Andrew65

TheSpineView Fantastic! You are killing this series! 1h
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CherylRussell
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One of the goals I set in my personal TBR challenge (in order to make a bit of a dent in TBR mountain) was to catch up on some series I had fallen behind on. One was the Walt Longmire series by Craig Johnson. Another was Louise Penny‘s Inspector Gamache series. Caught up on both! (Not sure I‘d recommend reading LP books back to back, but #readinggoals).

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JuliaTheBookNerd
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#Tapestry 🧵🪡 #InQuotes “🗣️💕”

#BookNerd 🤓📚💙

Eggs Bravo! Well done 👍🏼 4h
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wanderinglynn
Magic Tides | Ilona Andrews
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I love Kate and Curran. And this was such a fun novella, a day in the life of Kate & Curran in Wilmington keeping a "low profile." Ilona Andrews has built an amazing world and I'm so glad she keeps allowing us to visit.

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Amabear
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I don‘t know why but I have some inner complex where I feel like audiobooks are not “real” enough when it comes to reading. Happily changing this inner narrative. Through so many mental health struggles physical reading has been tiring and challenging. Audiobooks are giving me life and making me feel like myself again. I‘m so glad they have brought me back to this world this last year. Driving and audio booking is now my favorite way to de stress.

Clwojick I find audiobooks help me get through all the chores I don‘t want to do. It makes exercising, laundry, and grocery shopping SO much easier. 20h
wanderinglynn Yes, I agree with @Clwojick – listening to audiobooks makes chores so much better. I‘ve also found that listening to books that I have previously read add a new dimension or new perspective to stories I love. And sometimes, with the right narrator, audiobooks are like meditation, taking me out of the swirling chaos of my brain & relaxing my mind. 18h
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Amabear
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I loooooooooved this book. Fell in love with the characters and the world- which was immersive and well built. The author fed details at just the right times, by the end you feel like you could exist in this world. A convincing fun dystopian- of the few vampire books Iv read this is a huge favorite. I wish there were more steamy scenes but the romance was stellar without anything over the top. Lots of blood. Thrilling. Not too gross. Reading was✨

Clwojick Love the name and the cover! Screenshot taken for when I need some bookish inspiration! 21h
Amabear @Clwojick 🙌🏻 I happened to finish it while driving at night on a cold foggy day and it was an amazing immersion 😂 21h
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Andrew65
Forever (Shiver, Book 3) | Maggie Stiefvater
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Deblovestoread Love this! 22h
Eggs Amazing quote❤️🤗🥰 22h
Andrew65 @Eggs I was pleased when I came across it. @Deblovestoread (edited) 22h
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Eggs @Andrew65 I‘m keeping this one 🙌🏻 22h
Andrew65 @Eggs Now to research tapestry, can‘t promise to keep this standard up. 😂 Shouldn‘t peak on the first day 🤷‍♂️ 22h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love this one! 18h
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s a good one. 18h
Cupcake12 True words 👍🏻 14h
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Jgacreations
Forever | Maggie Stiefvater
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Final book in the series. The ending could have been a little better but i did like them.

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Gissy
The Winter People: A Novel | Jennifer McMahon
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From @Sharread pick books list
This is an interesting book because it is a slow pace, more character driven I would say, mild creepy, mild gory. People that come from the dead from a forbidden wood, but why, since when. You need to read it. This is the first book I read by this author and I think I want to read more. I already own like 3 of her books. 3.8⭐️

Gissy January 2023 #BookSpinBingo @TheAromaAofBooks
#Sharreadathon In memory of @Sharead (3 books read during this Readathon)
GR #ATY2023 promot #42
#OwlCrateReadingChallenge
#20in4 Readathon book one @Andrew65
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TheBookHippie ♥️ 24h
wanderinglynn This is my February #roll100. 23h
Gissy @wanderinglynn I hope you like it. Sad in some parts. It was in my tbr for a long time. 18h
Andrew65 That‘s great, well done 👏👏👏 18h
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