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AriThomas
Art Matters | Neil Gaiman
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Loved this!!!

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AriThomas
We Are Okay | Nina LaCour
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Cute story about friendship and life and family.

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AriThomas
Wiccapedia: A Modern-Day White Witch's Guide | Shawn Robbins, Leanna Greenaway
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Thank you @AprilMae for all the goodies and books! Thank you @Meaw_catlady for hosting, it was a really fun swap 😊

Meaw_catlady What lovely goodies! Blessed Samhain! 🖤 1mo
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AriThomas
Untitled | Unknown
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AprilMae Did you get a chance to open you #basicwitchswap box?? 1mo
AriThomas I did and I love everything in it! I haven't had a chance to post the picture yet cause of work, but I'll do that when I get off today 😊 1mo
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AriThomas
Institute | Stephen King
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1. I try to do 45 min every morning
2. Mood reader, I have about 10 books started and I switch between them depending on my mood
3. All the coffee!
4. Night owl
5. Set aside time each day to read and set realistic goals
6. Fantasy, sci-fi and spooky
7. All three, ebooks for travel, physical for home and work, audiobooks for multitasking and driving

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AriThomas
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❤️Katy, TX
🧡23
💛Manager at a bookstore, basically my paycheck goes back into the books
💚Married
💙She/her
💜I honestly don't remember, I've changed it a couple times🤣

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AriThomas
Witchery | Juliet Diaz
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1. Anything that reminds me of Autumn
2. Chocolate, sour candy
3. Black cats and spells
4. Samhain

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AriThomas
City of Ghosts | Victoria Schwab
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🥰 a new favorite author

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AriThomas
This Savage Song | Victoria Schwab
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Absolutely LOVED it!

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AriThomas
The Cruel Prince | Holly Black
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The BEST Fae/Faerie book I've come across!!!

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AriThomas
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I've got a pupper, a drink and a book...my day is made

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AriThomas
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Made a new bookmark last night 'cause I was bored and the hubby is out of town for the weekend.

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AriThomas
Untitled | Unknown
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Trying to decide between these 3 for my Book of the Month box pick.
The Flight Portfolio is a WWII historical fiction
Necessary People kind of reminds me of Vicious because of frenemies and characters trying to one-up each other
The Buried is about Egypt and its history and everything in between basically
Has anyone heard about or read any of these? Which one should I go with, if any?

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AriThomas
This Savage Song | Victoria Schwab
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1. Tagged
2. Work, hanging out and maybe a movie with work friends
3. Yes, but I don't eat them a lot cause I'm reducing my consumption of meat and dairy
4. Already am writing one, her name is Zenia 😄
5. 😊

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AriThomas
Peter Rabbit | Beatrix Potter
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📖 tagged
🎬 Zootopia
🎶 White Rabbit - Egypt Central

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AriThomas
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#CatsofLitsy my baby Smudge and her spot laying on top of my books 😂

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AriThomas
And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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1. Sitting alone and reading
2. U.S. Army Reserve
3. None
4. Agatha Christie
5. Anyone who wants to do it 😊

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AriThomas
Six of Crows | Leigh Bardugo
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I love my job cause i get to make window displays like this. The other 2 windows have a bunch of plush and toys, but this one i purposely made to be all books! 😍📖

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AriThomas
Finding Baba Yaga | Jane Yolen
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Quick read i borrowed from work. It's a short, verse novel and i love me some novels in verse!

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AriThomas
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1. Tagged-among others
2. Crosstalk by Connie Willis
3. Only Human by Sylvain Neuvel, Rebel Seoul by Ellen Oh, Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith

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AriThomas
Vicious | V. E. Schwab
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1. Fantasy
2. Laurie Halse Anderson
3. The Giver by Lois Lowry
4. Christian (nonfiction/fiction)
5. Tagged!

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AriThomas
CrossTalk | Connie Willis
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1. Too many, but mostly Nevernight by Jay Kristoff, Crosstalk by Connie Willis, Vicious by V.E. Schwab and Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith

2. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

3. Always coffee ☕

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AriThomas
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Just put up a video this week on middle gtade recommendations!
If you're looking for some chill and cute books to read, I've a few here for you. 😁
https://youtu.be/DOJRipchETk

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AriThomas
Untitled | Unknown
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Thinking about making these plastic canvas bookmarks and maybe selling them again.
The black and white one i just finished 😊

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AriThomas
American Panda | Gloria Chao
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I really enjoyed this book, but this may be hit or miss for most others. I jave a full review posted on my channel, check it out if you're interested in hearing my full thoughts 😊 ⬇⬇⬇

https://youtu.be/wkmO1GUl7e8

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AriThomas
Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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Just uploaded my review for this baby on my channel!

https://youtu.be/Joi9MEaTrKw

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AriThomas
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I am putting a restriction on my book buying. We moved into our own apartment and need to cut expenses where we can. I already have a lot of books on my shelf and multiple libraries to use, so I'm going to focus my reading on those instead of buying new books to read!😆
https://youtu.be/CTwnsVwgAr8

Has anyone else done something like this? How did it work out if you have? I'd love to know!

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AriThomas
Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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I did a tag! Trying to stay with the tag Tuesday theme every week, and so far it's been working so yay!
This week I did the currently reading tag; check it out here! ⬇
https://youtu.be/VOgvxSj5wr0

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AriThomas
Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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Nearly halfway through this baby, and I am loving it!

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AriThomas
American Panda | Gloria Chao
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Went to the library and picked up these babies!

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AriThomas
Angel Falling | Audrey Carlan
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I would recommend this one to people looking for romance novels that are on the cusp between regular romance and erotica. Not too graphic, but still was realistic.

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AriThomas
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This was a very heartwarming story with just a little bit of magic mixed into it.

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AriThomas
Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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A quick shot of my desk/reading nook in our apt.!

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AriThomas
Kafka on the Shore | Haruki Murakami
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I finally found a bookshop near me that sells books in Korean! I haven't learned enough to translate, but reading these books helps me recognize the letters and words. Personally, it helps my ability to read Korean (even if I don't know what it all translates to). The middle one is Kafka on the Shore by Murakami and I plan on reading the English version alongside the Korean version!

HolyCluster Tell us what u think about kafka on the shore 😻😩💜 2y
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AriThomas
CrossTalk | Connie Willis
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Definitely A. I would love to have free books, and i already work as a lead in a bookstore so I'm good with work! 😆

Tjackson Definitely A!!! 2y
CoffeeCatsBooks 100% A! 2y
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AriThomas
The Giver | Lois Lowry
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LOVE THIS BOOK! Both times I've read this have been 5 stars! Highly recommend if you have not read it!

https://youtu.be/JltQHYom9iQ

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AriThomas
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A video of all the books I currently use to self-study Korean! 😄

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AriThomas
CrossTalk | Connie Willis
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What I'm reading now and have been reading on and off.

https://youtu.be/arwa_Nkpq4Q

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AriThomas
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Haven't done one of these videos in awhile

https://youtu.be/AfD8WU4V-yo

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AriThomas
Angel Falling | Audrey Carlan
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To me, it's not a beach day without a smutty read! 😄

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AriThomas
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams
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My March book haul!

https://youtu.be/09kHAGsYGWc

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AriThomas
The Giver | Lois Lowry
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I literally just finished re-reading this book yesterday!
https://www.buzzfeed.com/hannahloewentheil/everyone-has-a-classic-book-that-matc...

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AriThomas
The Giver | Lois Lowry
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These are so fun to see and do! 😎

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AriThomas
Varjak Paw | SF Said
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Just about halfway through my 2nd read for the ReReadaThon! The nostalgia with this one! 😆 i remember why i loved this book so much, even after reading it 2 or 3 times now!

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AriThomas
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1. Lighters. I don't smoke, I just collect them for the beautiful designs.
2. Almost always a naked book. Book sleeves don't bother me that much, but dust jackets are one of my pet peeves while reading. So they come off when i start a book.
3. Usually buy them, library, libby/overdrive app, borrow from my mom, etc. I get my books from everywhere 😄

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AriThomas
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Read this quite a few years ago, in middle school i think. And now re-reading it i remember why i loved it so much back then. The writing isn't that great, it's written exactly how the characters talk, but I still love the story and the chapters are so short, it's easy to get carried away.

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AriThomas
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1. Some type of fantasy, usually YA
2. Waitress at a Steak n Shake
3. Bookseller
4. Teaching English in South Korea
5. Coffee, always 😄

TommieMarie74 I would love to sell books, be surrounded by books all day. 😊 2y
AriThomas It's really fun and tormenting at the same time because I'm near books but we can't read during our shifts 😂 2y
WiseGirl13 1. Middle grade fiction. They make things easier in kid books. I like them😊. 2y
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AriThomas
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This was a pretty quick read. I picked it up from my library and loved it for all the lessons packed into here. The lessons are from places you may not expect them to come from, and that .akes them work so well with story.

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AriThomas
Pachinko | Min Jin Lee
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💞📖 highly recommend this one for historical fiction lovers!

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AriThomas
Pachinko | Min Jin Lee
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New video of what I'm currently reading!

https://youtu.be/VHC_Eal9_YE