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Bookzombie

Joined March 2016

I devour books, not brains. https://www.goodreads.com/Bookzombie08
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The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab
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Mehso-so

This is between a so-so and a pan. I had the “evil mastermind” figured out so early it was kind of sad. I didn‘t connect to any of the characters and when their lives were in danger I didn‘t react much. #vacationread

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Mehso-so

This is book 3 in a Harlequin romantic suspense series and I‘m not going to seek out the others anytime soon. It wasn‘t very suspenseful and the romance was lackluster. I love Castillo‘s Kate Burkholder series and her writing has greatly improved since this one. #readthatnotthis #vacationread

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Books to Share | Kerrville, TX (Bookstore)
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I also visited a local used bookstore while on vacation. I‘m hoping by the time I buy the entire Song of Ice and Fire series available now, Martin will finish it up. 🤞🏻Then I can read them all. The other two have been on my list for a while.

AlaMich I would NOT hold my breath on that if I were you...😠 1w
Bookzombie @AlaMich I know. It‘s wishful thinking. 1w
Reggie The Missing was sooooooo good. Hope you like it!! 1w
Bookzombie @Reggie Thanks!! It‘s been on my list to buy forever and it‘s on my “soon” stack. 1w
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Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library | Kerrville, TX (Library)
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I was on vacation this week and I proudly wore my book nerdiness every day! 🤓📚I also visited the local library while I was there so I tagged it.

k.reads 😱I bow to you! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1w
hannah-leeloo @Jackal121 you know which one haha 1w
Jackal121 I do 1w
Bookzombie @k.reads ☺️ 1w
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Not the Killing Type | Lorna Barrett
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1. I‘m mad at myself that it took 7 books in this series before I realized how obnoxious, snooty, and close-minded the main character is and that she never grows or changes. 7th book is tagged.
2. Vicar of Dibley
3. A quarter pounder and fries. It was more like brunch on the way home from vacation.
4. CDT
5. Black Disguise
#Friyayintro

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I have read all but one of Chelsea Handler‘s books and this is probably my favorite. Chelsea deals with more serious issues, like the grief over losing her older brother when she was nine and becoming a more empathetic person. I definitely recommend the audio as you could hear the emotions in her voice. The book is also full of humor. I laughed so hard during the parts about her and her dogs. #nonfiction #nonfiction19

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Thank you for the tag @Chrissyreadit ! ☺️#wondrouswednesday

1. This was hard! Tagged. I also considered Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh and Bridge to Terabithia.
2. Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson
3. Also hard because so many series I love fit this category. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
4. Potato, egg, and cheese breakfast tacos
5. I think most of my faves have done this already, but if you haven‘t you are tagged. 😄

Eggs Love all 3 of your favorite children‘s books 📚🥳👏🏻🤗 2w
LeahBergen I loved the tagged book, too! 2w
Chrissyreadit ❤️ 2w
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I love the library and most of my reads come from there.

1. My usual branch wasn‘t listed, but I do go to the Central library at times and other branches.
2. At least once a week physically, but I‘m on the app or online more than that.
3. Audiobooks, E-books, digital comics/graphic novels, CDs, and DVDs

#getlibrarycarded

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In the eleventh book of this series, an Amish grandmother is brutally murdered and her seven year old granddaughter is abducted. Kate races against the clock to find the girl and uncovers a years old conspiracy to protect the child. This is one of my favorite series. I love police chief, Kate, and the recurring characters.#caughtup

Read in August.

Crazeedi Are they all to do with amish? 2w
Bookzombie @Crazeedi Yes. Kate, the main character is formerly Amish, and the town, Painter‘s Mill, has a large Amish community. 2w
Crazeedi @Bookzombie thanks for info! 😊 2w
Bookzombie @Crazeedi Welcome! Also, just wanted to say these aren‘t cozies. Sometimes the murders are pretty graphic. 🙂 2w
Crazeedi @Bookzombie going to check them out!! 2w
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A to Z | Sandra Boynton
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With my last post, I completed #LitsyAtoZ for 2019! 🎉 This is earliest I have completed this challenge!

Thank you @BookishMarginalia for another fun round! 🙂

LibrarianRyan Yeahhhhhh 2w
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Meet Me at the Museum | Anne Youngson
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It might have just been a right time, right book situation, but I loved this novel. Tina, in England, writes a letter to a professor that she doesn‘t know has passed away and Anders, in Denmark, responds on his behalf. The two continue to exchange letters getting to know one another, as well as learning more about themselves. #LitsyAtoZ #Y #Booked2019 #FoodOnCover (raspberries)

BarbaraTheBibliophage Sounds fun! 👊🏻♥️📚 2w
Jas16 I adored this book. 2w
Cinfhen Interesting cover design choice!!! Did raspberries play into the storyline??!! Glad you circled back to a previous season 😊keeping us on our toes!! 2w
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Bookzombie @Jas16 Yay! I‘m so glad. 2w
Bookzombie @Cinfhen I‘m behind on the challenge this year. 😕 Yes, raspberries did play into the storyline. The characters talk about how when you pick raspberries and then look back there are ones you missed. That is what happens in life too. The books explains it so much better, lol. 2w
Cinfhen I like the metaphor 😋 2w
Bookzombie @Cinfhen Me too! 2w
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The Near Witch | Victoria Schwab
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Just ran by the library to pick up my holds, along with a book by the next #authoramonth (tagged) and Murder Games. I started MG on audio today so may not need the print copy. #bookhaul #library #ilovemylibrary

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#Summersendreadathon wrap up: I finished the three books I was currently reading (pictured along the bottom). I also finished the tag book on audio and started the book underlined in the photo.

Thank you for hosting a great readathon, @Clwojick ! I‘m sorry I didn‘t get in as much participation the last couple of days.

Clwojick Thanks so much for joining! I‘m glad you were able to get through a handful of books. ♥️ 2w
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I was aghast several times while I listened to this book. I guess I forgot or maybe didn‘t know the details of the Salem witch trials. It is a short one, but Jackson does a great job of moving the story along, even with all of the details. The narrator is perfect. #authoramonth #nonfiction19

Soubhiville Another one I hadn‘t heard of! I‘m glad you liked it. 3w
Soubhiville Logged for Author a Month 💚 2w
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Puddin' | Julie Murphy
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I think I loved this one more than Dumplin‘. I loved having a whole book about Millie Michalchuk. Callie was frustrating, but she grew on me. I wish that I had books like Dumplin‘ and Puddin‘ when I was a growing up. It‘s so important to see yourself represented positively. I hope Netflix makes this one into a movie too.

Read in July.

Reggie https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_MwziTE0i-M. I don‘t know if you watch Booktube but this guy collaborated with a lot of Muslim booktubers who are recommending a book. Most of them are young women and almost all of them say it was the first time they saw themselves. It kinda made me 😢 up. Nice review!!! 3w
Bookzombie @Reggie Thank you for sharing this with me! I 😢up too. I also wrote down several books to read. 💗 (edited) 3w
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East of Eden | John Steinbeck
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My current situation.

#SummersEndReadathon

Tanisha_A Love the bookmark! 3w
Bookzombie Thanks! It‘s from my library. 3w
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Dry | Neal Shusterman
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Book 2 of #SummersEndReadathon - In 2017, when Hurricane Harvey hit, we had a gas panic. The lines were long, gas stations ran out, and some people apparently filled personal barrels. That was for gas, but what if it was an issue with water, which we all need to survive? Dry brings that situation to life as the taps run out. I soaked (ha!) this one up. It‘s plausible fiction and I had to force myself to turn it off. #Booked2019 #Clifi

Reggie Lolol @ soaked 3w
Cinfhen I think I might try audio for this one....was the narrator good??? 3w
Bookzombie @Cinfhen It‘s multiple voices, one for each character and the authors do the overall narration. I thought it was really good. 3w
Cinfhen Great!!! 3w
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Book 1 of #SummersEndReadathon - Loved it! Both a memoir of O‘Meara and a biography of Milicent Patrick, designer of the monster in The Creature From The Black Lagoon. Patrick‘s life is fascinating. O‘Meara also does a great job of showing how little things have changed from 1950‘s Hollywood to now. #nonfiction19 #readingwomen #readingwomenchallenge #pickedbecauseofthecover

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I made a decent dent in Dry today while cleaning and food prepping for next week. Now I‘m switching back to the tagged book as I wrap up my chores. #SummersEndReadathon

aprilpohren Loved this one! 3w
Sresendez12 I thought the audio for this one was good! 3w
Bookzombie @aprilpohren @Sresendez12 I‘m really enjoying it! 3w
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This book was excellent. I was caught up in the lives of the Donner Party. I can‘t imagine having the will to set out on such a journey. Brown brings life to each of the people, and their suffering and losses are heartbreaking. #Booked2019 #nightorientedtitle #nonfiction19

Read in July.

I also thought a lot about Alma Katsu‘s The Hunger while I read this. I felt like I could see how she came up with her horror story.

BarbaraTheBibliophage Great review! 3w
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heidisreads Just listened to this audio and really appreciated the research and writing! 3w
Cinfhen I need to try this book again🤓 3w
Bookzombie @Cinfhen I would say give it another go. I really liked it on audio. 🙂 3w
Bookzombie @heidisreads I did too! 3w
Cinfhen Maybe I‘l switch to audio xx thanks 3w
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I was able to get in a couple of #SummerEndsReadathon hours driving to and from my mom‘s old house today. I‘m really enjoying this nonfiction on audio.

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Streets of Laredo | Larry McMurtry
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#Friyayintro

1. ✅
2. To be able to teleport instantly
3. ♈️ Aries
4. Cleaning out my mom‘s old house. She is a hoarder and moved closer to my sister. It‘s how I have spent most of my Saturdays this summer. 🤢
5. Will do! 💗

BarbaraTheBibliophage 4 - that cannot be easy. ♥️ 4w
Bookzombie Thanks so much for the ♥️! It hasn‘t been easy, but we are getting through it. 3w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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#SummersEndReadathon

1. Finish my 3 current reads and read 1 or 2 more.
2. Finishing East of Eden. I have been reading it since March and put it down for extended periods. Not because of the book though, I‘m loving it.
3. Popcorn, fruit, and Diet Coke
4. Somewhere comfy to sit
5. Yes! Currently reading one classic in print, one YA dystopian on audio, and one nonfiction on audio.
6. @LibrarianRyan @squirrelbrain @Megabooks @4thhouseontheleft

Megabooks My goal is 10 books in 8 days! 🤞🏻🤞🏻 4w
Bookzombie You can do it! 4w
squirrelbrain Thanks for the tag @bookzombie! I‘ve never done a readathon before.... I had considered this one, but I‘m working ridiculous hours at the moment... I‘d probably only manage a couple of hours...😒 Good luck to everyone joining in - I‘m not jealous or anything! 4w
Bookzombie @squirrelbrain I understand. I‘m sure there will be another readathon soon. I hope you can get in some reading time. 🙂 (edited) 3w
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Here are my #TBR options for the #SummersEndReadathon . My goal is to finish what I‘m currently reading (pictured along the bottom) and finish 1 or 2 from the shelf. #IThinkICan

Clwojick #murdertrending looks interesting! I can‘t wait to see what you think about it. 4w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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I‘m in! 🙋🏼‍♀️I haven‘t participated in a #readathon for a bit and I have a few books I want to finish before the month is out. I‘m still pondering goals for the week. 🤔#SummersEndReadathon

Clwojick 🎉🎉🎉🎉 4w
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I went to a different library branch to pick up a print copy of the tagged book and of course, left with four more. #librarylove #bookhaul

Tanisha_A Such cute bookends! 😍 1mo
Bookzombie @Tanisha_A Thanks, but they are actually salt and pepper shakers. I would love llama bookends though! 🦙 1mo
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Psycho | Robert Bloch
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I‘m not sure what I would do without audiobooks. I enjoyed listening to all six of the books pictured above.

Reggie Was anyone a standout? 1mo
Bookzombie @Reggie The outside 5 are all series I‘m either in the middle of or just started. I really enjoyed Stalking Jack the Ripper, but Psycho probably stands out the most. Hitchcock adapted the book well, but even though I knew the story I was drawn in. 1mo
Bookzombie @Reggie Thanks for asking. I should have written something on each book. 🙂 1mo
Reggie Definitely, I only say this as someone who reads books and then finds no reviews or videos about them cause they‘re not the top 25 or buzz books. 1mo
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They All Fall Down | Rachel Howzell Hall
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I was really excited about this retelling of And Then There Were None, but it just didn‘t work for me. I can‘t remember disliking the characters so much right away in ATTWN, but I almost instantly disliked all of the characters in this one, especially Miriam.* She wore on my nerves. I nearly bailed, but pushed through it. #Booked2019 #newin2019 #readingwomen #mysteryorthrillerwrittenbyawoc

Read in June.

Bookzombie Unlikable characters do not always influence my rating. 🙂 1mo
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It‘s possible my middle name should have been “late” instead of Ann. I only read one #authoramonth for July. 😕 I‘m shooting for two on audio this month, maybe three if my hold comes in. #audioforthewin

Soubhiville That‘s not bad at all! I also only read one! Don‘t neglect your other reading, and as always, focus on reading books you enjoy 😉 1mo
Soubhiville (Also- the lottery is one of my school readings that has stuck with me more than any other!) 1mo
Bookzombie @Soubhiville Thanks for the reminder! 🙂 I read The Lottery in school too, but not any of her other short stories. I‘m looking forward to rereading it and reading the ones that are new to me. 1mo
mhillis Nice! I‘m planning to read it too 1mo
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Stalking Jack the Ripper | Kerri Maniscalco
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1. I really enjoyed the tagged book.
2. Large Marge became a thing after Pee-Wee‘s Big Adventure was released.
3. Guacamole, anything cheesy, fried onions in any form. I like food.
4. Working at Mom‘s tomorrow. Sunday I have a massage scheduled and then normal prep for the week activities.
5. Just one.
#FriyayIntro

britt_brooke Totally on board with #3 ! Yum. 2mo
Reggie #2 Lol. “It was a night, just like this.....” I love that movie. That part always scared me when she did that bazooka face while he gets out of the truck. Ughhhh. 2mo
Bookzombie @Reggie I didn‘t really love the nickname, but I did love the movie. That part was scary! 🙂 1mo
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The Winslow Incident | Elizabeth Voss
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In Winslow, a small isolated former mining town, everyone knows each other. One summer, the cattle get sick and most of residents start to go mad. Secrets and grudges erupt and madness escalates to violence. Hazel, seventeen and seemingly unaffected, has to survive and find a way to get help.

The story felt original and I felt propelled to keep reading. However, I think it could have been better with more editing. #LitsyAtoZ #V

Read in June.

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I hate to bail on any book, but I‘m not enjoying this one. I‘m not really sure what it‘s supposed to be. It‘s not short stories. Maybe I‘m just not witty enough for this collection(?). I‘m moving on to the others stacked below it. Hopefully, I can read Oryx and Crake before the end of the month. #authoramonth

Soubhiville I‘ve found her to be a little hit or miss too. I hope you‘ll love the next one! 2mo
Bookzombie @Soubhiville Thanks! 🙂 2mo
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Jane Steele | Lyndsay Faye
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1. ✅
2. John Wick 3
3. Watermelon 🍉
3. I‘m just counting first cousins, because it‘s too difficult after that, 17.
4. Will do! 🙃
#FriyayIntro

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I really enjoyed this book. It did take a bit to adjust to the narrative style, but I thought it worked well. In alternating chapters, Anna Anderson‘s story is told backward and Anastasia‘s story is told normally so that the two timelines meet at the end of the novel. I think this book pays off the most if you aren‘t very familiar with the story. I saw the 1997 animated Anastasia, but that‘s as far as my familiarity extended.

Read in May.

JaclynW I liked this book too. 2mo
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The Night Library | David Zeltser
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A young boy is swept away by Patience and Fortitude, the New York Public Library stone lions, and shown the magic of books. I teared up a bit at the end of this one.

Read in May.

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Llama Destroys the World | Jonathan Stutzman
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I loved this book. It‘s silly and fun.

Read in May. Pic is from MacMillan‘s website as I returned the library book.

Correction: Accidentally posted as blurb before.

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West: A Novel | Carys Davies
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I enjoyed this and wish it had been longer. Cy Bellman reads in the newspaper about enormous ancient bones and heads west to find them, leaving behind his 10 year old daughter, Bess. The story alternates between Bellman‘s journey and Bess at home, lonely and waiting for his return. This book has been on my mind because of my current read tagged below. #LLB19 #amrbooktbrtemptation

Read in May.

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I was excited to see the third Laszlo Kreizler book listed in my library‘s Wowbrary this weekend. It‘s publication date is September 1, 2019 and I‘m #9 on the hold list. 💃🏼

vivastory I never read book 2, might have to do so, especially since I have been in the mood for historical mysteries 2mo
Bookzombie @vivastory I actually read book 2 first many years ago. I‘m hoping to read it again. 2mo
Nute Same as @vivastory. I don‘t recall knowing that I was waiting for book three. I‘m sure I was surprised with the publication of book two and now I‘m doubly surprised at book three. 2mo
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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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This one seems to get mixed reviews, but I ended up kind of loving it. I listened to the audio production and thought the multiple narrators brought the interview format to life. I even teared up at the end. #Booked2019 #FeaturesAMusician #LLB19 #aBOTMpick

Read in April.

Bookzombie @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen Hi! This is a late post from last quarter. I just wanted to let you know so you don‘t count in a giveaway. I have a few more of these to post. 😬 2mo
Cinfhen Thanks for the heads up!! I wish I would have listened to this audio!! I think I would have liked it more than I did in print ( which was only so-so for me) 2mo
Dragon I agree the actors really added to the audiobook 👍😀🐉 2mo
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Stone Mattress: Nine Tales | Margaret Atwood
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Not being a short story fan usually, I‘m always worried about picking up a collection, but this one was a winner. Many of the tales have characters dealing with aging and I enjoyed that perspective. The first three, which are related to one another, and the final story “Torching the Dusties“ are probably my favorites. #AuthorAMonth #LLB19 #bookfromauthoramonth

Soubhiville Yay! I‘m glad you enjoyed it! This is the second book finished for author-a-month so far! I‘m almost finished with mine, too. 😊📚 2mo
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This made me nostalgic for getting up on Saturday mornings and watching cartoons in my pjs. I‘m not really sure how long I actually did that as I have always liked sleep, but it definitely made me sentimental about the idea. Not every cartoon that aired is included, but it‘s still a fun flashback to some of the cartoons of my childhood. #nonfiction #somethingyouwerentlookingfor

Read in April.

Suet624 Cartoons in my pj‘s while eating Oreo cookies. 2mo
Bookzombie @Suet624 You had me at Oreo cookies. 🤤 2mo
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Sorry for repost. I accidentally posted it as A blurb at first.
The next book in Harper‘s Aaron Falk series did not disappoint. Just like The Dry, Harper creates a strong sense of atmosphere. You can feel the trees and the darkness around you. I hope she continues with the series. #LitsyAtoZ #F

Read in April.

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I‘m hardly making progress on books in print, but that doesn‘t stop me from checking out more library holds. Most of these are for the July #AuthoroftheMonth. #libraryhaul #bookhaul #librarylove

Soubhiville Wow! Great stack! 2mo
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Sadie | Courtney Summers
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#Top6Reads Thank you for tagging me @Chrissyreadit ! These were all big picks for me.

I haven‘t reviewed some of these so I‘m going to do some challenge tagging on this post. 😬

The Prince and the Dressmaker - #GraphicNovel2019 #LLB19 #PickedByLibrarianRyan

Sadie - #LLB19 #Free

The White Darkness - #Nonfiction2019 #SomethingAboutSurvival

Tempt Me At Twilight - #LitsyAtoZ #T #ReadingWomenChallenge #romance

Chrissyreadit You have really diverse taste. 🥰 2mo
readordierachel The Prince and the Dressmaker ❤ 2mo
Cinfhen I‘m super curious about 2mo
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Bookzombie @Chrissyreadit Aww, thank you! 💗 2mo
Bookzombie @Cinfhen It was kind of a surprise. I like Grann quite a bit and had already read The Lost City of Z and a collection of his articles, but I cried at the end of this one. Also, it‘s a short read. *Disclaimer: I cry easier than most. 2mo
Cinfhen I heard it‘s VERY SHORT but I LOVE his writing!!!! And I‘m a HUGE crier 🙄 2mo
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Two sisters, one a serial killer and one who cleans it all up. How far would your loyalty go? I enjoyed this story when I listened to it in March and have almost convinced myself that I need to revisit it. #LLB19 #FromLibertysFeed

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Stone Mattress: Nine Tales | Margaret Atwood
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I came to Starbucks this evening to start the first book for #AuthorAMonth and spent 1.5 hours catching up with Litsy. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 🙃

TheLibrarian Litsy disrupts my reading time a lot. But it‘s worth it! 3mo
Soubhiville I haven‘t heard of this one! Looking forward to your thoughts on it. 3mo
Bookzombie @TheLibrarian It is. 🙂 3mo
Bookzombie @Soubhiville It‘s nine short stories. I struggle with short stories sometimes, but I hope I enjoy these. 3mo
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Another round of catch up. All of these are picks. Disclaimer: I‘m generous with stars and picks. 🙂

The Map - It was fun to visit with Jackaby and Abigail again.

Liar Liar - Helen Grace series # 4 Maybe not as strong as the first three, but still good.

S is for Silence (audio) - reread

Crippen - I enjoyed this historical murder mystery loosely based on real events.

Love Story, with Murders - Fiona has become a fave! #seriescatchup

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An Artless Demise | Anna Lee Huber
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As mentioned in my last post, life has been busy so I‘m also way behind (so behind!) on reviews. I listened to all of these on audio over the last several months and they were all picks!

R is for Ricochet - reread

HP book 4 & 5 - rereads

A Gathering of Secrets - A favorite series
#seriescatchup

An Artless Demise - I love this series!#seriescatchup

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Revival: A Novel | Stephen King
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I haven‘t been reading much in print lately as life has been interfering and I find myself vegging out to T.V. more (currently bingeing CSI:NY). Even so, I managed to listen to enough audiobooks to get a free book from my library‘s summer reading program. #free #librarylove #sapl #overthemoon #somanykingstoread

cathysaid I‘m right there with you. No ability to concentrate during downtime. Persevere 💕 3mo
Bookzombie @cathysaid That‘s exactly it. Thank you! You persevere too. 💗💗 3mo
Reggie Nice!!! That you got a book. I‘m in a slump myself right now. 3mo
Bookzombie @Reggie I‘m sorry you are in a slump. I‘m sure it will pass soon. I hope life is being good to you otherwise. 🤗 3mo
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This Side of Murder | Anna Lee Huber
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So many holds have come in and I‘m drowning in audiobooks. #notreallyacomplaint #Libby #overdrive

BookwormAHN If it helps I really enjoyed Stalking Jack The Ripper and it was a fairly quick read, so you could start there. 3mo
Bookzombie @BookwormAHN Thanks! I started This Side of Murder because it‘s due sooner than the rest. I‘m hoping to knock it out this weekend. 🙂 3mo
Suet624 I hate it when that happens. 3mo
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