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MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward
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Succinctly the reason I read anything at all.

#chef #funny #quote #nonfiction #billbuford #dirt #readingaboutreading

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MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward
Crying in H Mart: A Memoir | Michelle Zauner
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So much simple truth, without being dressed up. The raw honesty without condescending reflection made this a powerful read. This winter has been a strange kick of books around grief, but with the stages of the world, maybe that‘s a trend more appropriate than ever.

#nonfiction #grief #memoir #zauner #crying #korea

allureofbeauty Such a good book. 19h
MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward @allureofbeauty Soooo good. Have you looked in to any of her music at all? 4h
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Rehesina
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I love it when my #booktour reads are actually good! Loved this #nonfiction book which was incredibly honest and proof that therapy actually really helps you and women need to talk about stuff they face!

Also, US only giveaway in the link. 3 winners get a copy of the book.

http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/e2389ba21382/

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Vivlio_Gnosi

"I'm not a believer in deduction. Common sense and persistent will always solve a mystery. You never need theatricals nor Dr. Watsons if you stick to a case."
#nonfiction #mystery

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Megabooks
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#NewReleaseTuesday is back and coming at you with some #nonfiction #audiobooks!

As you can see from my #storygraph chart, I have only read one NF book this year. 😱 Shocking, I know.

To remedy this, my library has three new releases this week. I‘ve started with the tagged, and I‘m enjoying it so far. Neuroscience is hit or miss with me, so we‘ll see.

I‘ll tag the other two ⬇️ Happy Tuesday!! 😁📚🎧

tokorowilliamwallace What, a new Mlodinow?! Let's connect on Storygraph (magicschooltokoro). 6d
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AkashaVampie Hey sweetie.. since u use StoryGraph and if u wanna do more reading/challenges, check out my #StoryGraphRecs challenge. Super easy... just read books that are recommended to u through StoryGraph. Everyone is welcome to join in. 6d
Megabooks @tokorowilliamwallace 👍🏻👍🏻 I‘m megabooks on there as well. I don‘t do the social aspects though, but I‘d love to connect to see each other‘s current reads, etc. 6d
Megabooks @AkashaVampie thanks! I‘ll check it out, but I don‘t use the storygraph for recommendations. (edited) 6d
Megabooks @Cinfhen what do you think of this week‘s choices? 6d
Cinfhen I‘m sooo hyper-focused on the new Yanagihara. I can‘t even think about other books. These 3 seems a bit dry on first look. I‘ll be waiting to see your reviews. Glad you‘re enjoying 😊😘 6d
Megabooks I just purchased the Yanagihara and two more “wetter” books. Tagging you. 😘😘 6d
youneverarrived Tagged book sounds interesting! Look forward to seeing what you think of it 6d
Megabooks @youneverarrived I‘ll tag you in my review 👍🏻 6d
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TiminCalifornia
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Mehso-so

This book was all over the place. Only a slice on this interesting man‘s life. A very large part covers the history of criminality of homosexuality in England up through and including this century. Long chapters on Havelock Ellis‘ writing and influence on public views of homosexuality. The author wanted to provide context for the reader for Carpenter‘s life but his life and personality got lost along the way.

#netgalley
#queer
#nonfiction

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kissmehardy
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I love how Holmes interprets the messaging behind all of these style choices. Clothes DO speak for us, and it's fascinating to see behind the curtain a little. #nonfiction #fashion #royals

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In the Midst of Life | Jennifer Worth
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This book really made me stop and think about both my personal and society's greater attitudes toward death and dying. While this book doesn't have the anecdotal feel of her Call the Midwife memoirs, it still has the accessible writing and historical context, which is the important part. #nonfiction