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CindyMyLifeIsLit

CindyMyLifeIsLit

Joined May 2017

HS Librarian, lifelong book-addict, -lover, -hoarder, -reader, etc. I'm on GR (www.goodreads.com/user/show/6082517-cindy-newton)
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The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas
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The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
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Les Misrables by Victor Hugo
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Moby Dick by Herman Melville
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@WJCintron Here are my selections for you as you languish on the island! I‘ve read The Sun Down Motel and really enjoyed it; the others I chose for cover and blurb appeal. I‘m a school librarian, and I‘ve been eyeing What Big Teeth in my library for a couple of weeks now. It looks very intriguing! Anyway, enjoy your reading! 🎃👻🧛🏻🧟‍♀️👹
#TrappedonanIsland #Scarathlon2022 #TeamMonsterMash

WJCintron I‘m so excited about these books! Thank you so much! I can‘t wait to start reading them. Right?! It looks so intriguing. 🤔 Stay safe out there. I think I heard someone chanting a while ago. 😱🤪😂 Enjoy your books 📚 2d
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I can‘t possibly read all of these this month, but these are the ones I‘ll be selecting from!
#TeamMonsterMash #Scarathlon #Scarathlon2022

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My movie watchlist for October! 🧛🏻🧟‍♀️👹🤡👻🎃
#TeamMonsterMash #Scarathlon #Scarathlon2022

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Happy Birthday to Sai King, without whom I cannot imagine my reading journey! ❤️🎈🧛🏻👻

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A day late, but still fun!
📚 Gone With the Wind
👨‍💻 Neil Gaiman
🎬 Guardians of the Galaxy, Galaxy Quest
🎸 Genesis, George Michael
🎼 Go Your Own Way, Gypsy
#ManicMonday #LetterG

CBee Thanks for playing! 2w
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Sprig Muslin | Georgette Heyer
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1. Horror or fantasy, usually.
2. When I need a good comfort read, I grab one of Georgette Heyer‘s regency romances. I‘ve read them so many times that I don‘t have to devote a lot of brain cells to follow the story. Her delightfully sharp wit, masterly plot building, and beautifully silken prose are a perfect distraction!
3. Sprig Muslin, Venetia, A Civil Contract, and The Talisman Ring are my favorites, but they‘re ALL great!
#ThoughtfulThursday

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The Road | Cormac McCarthy
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1. I like both, but I‘ll go with post-apoc!
2. The tagged book is one of my very favorites, but I also love The Stand by Stephen King and Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. There‘s just something so hopeful about a post-apocalyptic world that values Shakespeare! 🥰
#Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Station Eleven is a great book! Thanks for playing! 3w
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I know this is late, but I love it and I refuse to let work take it away from me!!
📚 The Far Pavilions by M. M. Kaye; The Foundling by Georgette Heyer (love me some Heyer!!) ❤️
👨‍💻 Fitzgerald and Faulkner, and more recently, Fredrik Backman
🎬 Frasier, Friends, From (my newest obsession!)
🎸 Foreigner
🎼 Flashdance, Footloose, Funkytown, Freezeframe
#ManicMonday #LetterF

CBee Never too late - you can play anytime! 😄 3w
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📚 East of Eden
👩‍💻 George Eliot
🎬 Evil - one of my new favorite shows!
🎸 The Eagles
🎤 Eye of the Tiger

#ManicMonday #LetterE

CBee @TheSpineView another Eye of the Tiger 🐅👀 4w
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1. I‘m torn between classic lit and horror, but guess I‘ll go with classic since it offers some variety.
2. I must say, I think this question falls under the heading of cruel and unusual punishment since this would be a nightmare choice for most readers. I‘m going to go with the last half if I have to pick. I‘d rather have to guess what happened at the beginning than live in perpetual suspense, never finding resolution.
#Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Thanks for playing 2mo
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I‘m a little late, but here goes:
📖 Beartown by Fredrik Backman (note his name!)
🧑‍💻 The Brontes (all) and Backman
🎬 Bad Santa, Bad Teacher
🎤 Boston
🎼 Bohemian Rhapsody!! ❤️❤️
#ManicMonday #LetterB

CBee Thanks for playing! Never too late 😊😊 2mo
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Enjoy the day with a good book!

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1. Anno-Dracula
2. Ania Ahlborn
3. Along Came Polly
4. Aerosmith
5. “Africa” by Toto

So glad this is back!! ❤️❤️
#ManicMonday #LetterA

CBee Thanks for playing 😊 2mo
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1. I honestly don‘t have a preference as long as the paperback is not mass market!
2. I live in SE Texas, so NOTHING is fun outside right now and won‘t be until November. 🥵🔥
3. I prefer fall because Halloween, pumpkins, scary movies, etc.—plus Christmas is right around the corner! 🎃👻🧛🏻🧟‍♂️
#WondrousWednesday
Wanna play, @Jjaxn95 @Vansa ?

Eggs Agreed 2 and 3!! 2mo
Graywacke (no one lives in tx for the weather. 🙂) 2mo
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1. People talking to me and poor writing! I don‘t mean typos/proofreading mistakes, although those are annoying, too. I mean poor writing style, such as repetition, trite phrases, hackneyed comparisons, etc.
2. A Dickens or Austen first edition!
#Two4Tuesday
@Texreader @Chrissyreadit @LeahBergen

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 2mo
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1. I love to pick up any of Georgette Heyer‘s Regency romances in between other reads. All of her stories submerge you in a well-built regency world, razor-sharp wit, and exquisite writing! ❤️❤️
2. My favorite place to read is in my big comfy armchair & ottoman in my library or my new recliner in my living room.
3. Coffee ☕️ or diet blackberry sweet tea 🧋
#SundayFunday

ozma.of.oz Reading in a personal library sounds lovely! Thank you for sharing! 💕 2mo
LeahBergen You can‘t beat Heyer for a comfort read. ❤️ 2mo
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The Vicar of Bullhampton | Anthony Trollope
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I read this with the Victorians! group on Goodreads. This was my first Trollope and I really enjoyed it. It was fast-paced and engaging, with healthy doses of humor. The story focuses on an attempt by the Vicar and his wife to match up their single friends, the travails of a local family with a fallen daughter, and the Vicar‘s run-ins with nobility. I have a lot to look forward to since this is not even one of his more popular works!

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The Count of Monte-Cristo | Alexandre Dumas
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The Count has all his chess pieces in place and things are starting to come together. I can‘t put it down!!

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1. Stephen King, Fredrik Backman, Scott Hawkins, or Laini Taylor
2. Beartown by Fredrik Backman, Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. I also recently read Book Lovers by Emily Henry and enjoyed it!
3. Today I am grateful for air conditioning!! 🥵
#WondrousWednesday

Eggs Thank you 🙏🏻🌹🥰 2mo
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1. Yes! I have them arranged to display attractively in my library, and have leather bound editions displayed in my living room.
2. My phone, hands down!! I get so caught up with reading the news and scrolling through all my bookish posts on Facebook, Instagram, and here. It‘s always a shock when you realize how much time has passed! 😱
#Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Thanks for playing. 2mo
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We Were Liars | E Lockhart
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1. Yes—it‘s hard to beat a good twist!
2. My students read this for a choice book and didn‘t see the twist coming either. Their minds were blown!!
3. I can‘t think of one that does it consistently. 🤷‍♀️
#SundayFunday

ozma.of.oz What a fun thing to share with your students! Thank you for posting! 💜 3mo
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The Far Pavilions | M. M. Kaye
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1. I haven‘t really cried over a book in years—this was one I cried over in my teens. These days I feel moved, and the book stays with me, but I don‘t cry. Maybe I‘m dead inside! 🤷‍♀️😂
2. Favorite genre is classic lit. I love the timelessness of the stories, and the exquisite writing that is to be found in these books that have remained at the forefront of literature for decades, even centuries.
3. Impossible to choose!! 😱
#WondrousWednesday

Eggs Thank you for your thoughtful responses 🤗📚🙏🏻 3mo
Alfoster So agree! I wept over this one too!😱 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @Alfoster I love all of her epics about India—she‘s an amazing writer! ❤️ 3mo
Vansa Love this book.Incredibly nuanced representation of India,no exoticisation,memorable characters.here's a little factoid-this was the first miniseries ever made by a then little known HBO. 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @vansa I agree! I‘ve actually never watched the miniseries. The book is SO engrossing and her writing creates such vivid pictures in your mind that I was afraid that a film would taint them. When I finished that book for the first time, I felt almost dazed, like I was waking up from a deep sleep—so thoroughly had I been immersed in that world! ❤️ 3mo
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Hidden Pictures: A Novel | Jason Rekulak
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Although there is some paranormal activity in this, I think it leans more toward psychological thriller than horror. Very engaging and unpredictable—it definitely kept me turning the pages! I did get annoyed with the MC‘s frequent poor choices and lapses in judgment, but she is barely out of her teens. And where would our plot graphs be without poor choices? 🤷‍♀️ Solid entertaining read!

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1. My books are organized mostly by genre, then author within that. My library is crying out for a major overhaul, though!
2. My books are in our library/study, with the overflow housed in our guest room (aka “auxiliary library”).
3. All of the above—hardback, paperback, kindle, nook, audiobook. I love them all!! ❤️
#ThoughtfulThursday
@Oryx @sprainedbrain @AnneCecilie It‘s late, but wanna play? 😁

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1. Villette by Charlotte Brontë, The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky, The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
2. My fur baby, Oliver! He‘s recovering from a serious case of pancreatitis. We‘re counting ourselves blessed that he survived! ❤️❤️
#WondrousWednesday

Eggs Awww poor baby🐶 3mo
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My library planner is here! I feel so official!! 😄❤️
#LibrariansofLitsy #SchoolLibraries #LibraryLove

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1. I do not, but plan to start. This is a media form completely new to me, so I‘m anxious to dive in. I‘ll just have to dial back the audiobooks!
2. I don‘t know yet, but plan to mine these comments for some great suggestions.
3. It would definitely be horror-themed! 👻👹💀🧛🏻🧟‍♂️
#SundayFunday

ozma.of.oz Everybody‘s been making some awesome recommendations! Thank you for posting! 3mo
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Apparently I‘m the only person on Litsy who is NOT a fan of this book. I found the premise too far fetched (calling a parent and telling them their 5-year-old is going to die?) and the chemistry between the two main characters unrealistic 🤷‍♀️. It‘s YA and a lot of kids enjoy sentimental stories like this, so I think it works well for its targeted audience. So for those of you who loved it, I‘m so glad you enjoyed it. I guess I‘m dead inside! 😂

julesG Same. I bailed. 3mo
Oryx I also bailed on this one 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @julesG @Oryx So glad I‘m not alone!! 😂 3mo
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Hidden Pictures: A Novel | Jason Rekulak
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Diving into this one! It‘s supposed to be good, so I‘m excited! 🤞

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My library is my haven, a place where I can feel perfectly at peace, snuggled into my reading chair and surrounded by my treasures! 🥰 I also find bodies of water, whether the ocean or a lake, to be very soothing. Lastly, as long as my dear ones are safe and happy, I have peace!!
#ThoughtfulThursday

CocoReads I agree 💯 3mo
DivineDiana Quite spectacular library!👏🏻❤️📚 3mo
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1. My book groups influence my choices heavily—the two books I‘m reading right now are both for groups.
2. Book rating is based on my response. I usually write pretty detailed reviews explaining my thoughts on the book.
3. Today I‘m grateful for the opportunity to move from the classroom to the library and for a librarian mentor who would give up part of a summer day to spend time taking stock of my library.
#WondrousWednesday

SilversReviews I choose by publication date since I do reviews for all the ones I read. 😊 Not sure how I decide on a rating, but if I love it, it‘s a 5/5 - something that wasn‘t perfect - 4/5 - 3/5 is usually the lowest I go unless it is horrible with swearing and bad content. A 3/5 is one I didn‘t like. Authors take a lot of time to write a book so I always like to give an opinion that reflects that…I usually don‘t like the content or it drags. (edited) 3mo
SilversReviews LOVE this background. 3mo
Eggs Lovely 🌺🤗📖 3mo
mandarchy Congratulations on the library move! Is it a school library? I'm a k-5 teacher- librarian. 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @mandarchy Yes, it‘s a high school library. Thanks!! I‘m really excited! 3mo
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The Bone Houses | Emily Lloyd-Jones
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This is an entertaining blend of creepiness and humor. I love the goat!!

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Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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I was hoping for a little more horror, but there is definitely a gothic feel to the book. Good thriller-mystery!

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The Egoist | George Meredith
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I was very surprised to find a book so critical of male arrogance written by a Victorian male! Meredith is ruthless with his brethren, laying bare their egotistical folly. The antagonist, Willoughby, is the epitome of self-centered narcissism. The story is about his search for a bride and his bewilderment about how rough his path is. I mean, how can that be? Why don‘t these girls realize how lucky they are that graced them with his attention?🤦‍♀️

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Needful Things | Stephen King
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In this early King novel, he explores small-town life and the depredations of greed on the better instincts of what were fine people. When a mysterious man, Leland Gaunt, opens a resale store in town, he starts using his wares to gain control of the townspeople and sow discord in their quiet village. Even some of the nicest people like the sheriff‘s girlfriend, Polly, are lured by items too tempting to resist. A fine study of the effects of greed!

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Apparently, this is a retelling of a fairy tale called “The Twelve Dancing Princesses” which I have never read, so I can‘t comment on how the story compares to the source material. This is a pretty entertaining mix of suspense, romance, with a dash of creepiness thrown in.

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Dry | Neal Shusterman
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This is an engaging story that tackles a situation that is shaping up to be a serious problem in our world—water shortage. I‘ve been following the story of how Lake Mead is drying up and how the western states are suffering through this prolonged drought, and this fictional tale really hits close to home. This story shows how quickly the situation can spiral out of control. I just couldn‘t shake that parched sensation while I read . . . 🥵

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This book has a great opening: the protagonist, Tana, wakes up in a bathtub to find that everyone at the party she attended the night before is dead. However, it goes downhill from there. I had such high hopes, but the plot meandered all over the place and I really just didn‘t care what happened to the characters.

Lindy It‘s been a while since I read this—I can‘t even remember if I finished it or not—but I remember being disappointed too. 3mo
TheLudicReader I actually really liked this one. 😂 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @TheLudicReader I‘m glad! That‘s what is so wonderful about reading—every book speaks so many different languages that we, as readers, are always able to find those that we understand and connect to. ❤️ 3mo
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The Hollow Places | T. Kingfisher
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Loved it! Kingfisher is definitely a writer I will watch. She has a deft touch with snarky dialogue, and I consider that a rare gift. This horror story is both creepy and funny. The premise is that Kara, recently divorced, moves in with her quirky uncle to help him with his weird oddities museum while she reevaluates her life choices. When he is hospitalized and she is alone there, she discovers a weird portal to another world. Highly recommended!

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Dracula | Bram Stocker
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I‘m really embarrassed to admit (horror maven that I am) that this is the first time I have read this. It did not disappoint! Within the Victorian setting and old-fashioned diction were genuinely creepy descriptions and events. The horror of this tale holds up well and made my skin crawl.

Vansa I just read it last week too! I guess there's attention around its bicentennial?!And I thought it would be ridiculous,but it was genuinely frightening,and excellently written. 3mo
Freespirit I found it very atmospheric 😱 3mo
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Saving Red | Sonya Sones
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This is a story told in verse about a young girl whose family has experienced trauma and loss, trying to help a homeless girl get back to her own family. It was okay, but I wasn‘t really engaged. It has a nice message—that homeless people have histories and families that love them and we should never forget that. I expected a certain level of lyricism from the verse, but it was lacking. The reveal about Molly‘s family is handled well.

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Book Lovers | Emily Henry
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📖 This is a romance, DEFINITELY not a genre I usually read. However, this one was chock-full of writing and reading references and snarky dialogue, so I enjoyed it.
📖 👻👹🤡🧛🏻🧟‍♂️
📖 I love the suspense. I love exploring the ideas of creatures and worlds outside our normal one.
📖 I believe that cover art catches my eye and entices me more than a title, no matter how clever.
#ThoughtfulThursday
@Texreader @Chrissyreadit @KathyWheeler

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1. I can‘t remember longing as passionately for the death of a character as much as I did for the villain in Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter. I desperately wanted someone to put a bullet in that guy!!
2. Duane in Summer of Night by Dan Simmons. It broke my heart! (And, of course, Beth in Little Women. Didn‘t that one get to everyone?)
3. Larry McMurtry is Texas-bred, while Justin Cronin and Cormac McCarthy are living in Texas.
#WondrousWednesday

KathyWheeler OMG! I think I may have actually screamed, “Kill him!” several times when I read that book. 3mo
Eggs Thanks for playing 🥳 3mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @KathyWheeler He was the WORST!! I can‘t remember having such a visceral reaction to a character in any other book. 3mo
KathyWheeler @CindyMyLifeIsLit Honestly, I can‘t remember ever reacting like that to a character either. 3mo
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The Vicar of Bullhampton | Anthony Trollope
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1. The village of Bullhampton in Wiltshire, England
2. Book Lovers by Emily Henry
3. I don‘t keep up with new publications (it‘s a miracle I read Book Lovers this soon!) so I googled and found several that look interesting (but I think they‘re all published 🤷‍♀️): Gallant by V. E. Schwab, The Hacienda by Isabel Canas, and How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu. So thanks for helping me find some new books, @Eggs !
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Eggs Thanks so much for your thoughtful responses 🤗📚👏🏻 4mo
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1. Goodreads, Litsy, Libby, Sora, Kindle, Audible, and Book Buddy. I have LibraryThing, StoryGraph, Book Collage, and TBR Bookshelf but have not explored them fully yet.
2. Goodreads, Litsy, and Libby—every day. I use Audible frequently, Sora occasionally.
3. I think Litsy! It is such a fun and friendly place to hang out with other bibliophiles.
Thanks for choosing this #SundayFunday prompt @ozma.of.oz ! I love talking about book tech!

thereadingpal I just made a LibraryThing account, never heard of it before 4mo
Cinfhen I so agree…Litsy is the FRIENDLIEST place on any platform 📖🎉🤩❣️ 4mo
ozma.of.oz Totally agree on Litsy! I love this community! Thank you for posting! 💙 4mo
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Avanders Oooh that‘s for the tag … what‘s Sora?? 😯 4mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Litsy is such a great place. Thanks for the tag! 4mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @Avanders Sora is the library app my school district uses for e- and audio-books. It also connects to our county libraries. I use it along with Libby and Audible for my audiobooks. 4mo
DaveGreen7777 Thanks for the tag! 😊 4mo
Bookzombie I‘m so late, but thank you for tagging me! 💗 4mo
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Book Lovers | Emily Henry
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This is so NOT my usual genre! I couldn‘t resist the title, though, and I‘m glad I didn‘t! I pretty much OD‘d on romances in my younger years but this was not your typical romance. This one is book-centric with references to reading, bookstores, and the whole writing/publishing process throughout. That alone is enough to win me over, but the dialogue is excellent, as well! So snarky! I laughed out loud several times at particularly clever lines.⬇️

CindyMyLifeIsLit I also REALLY love that, as someone else noted in their Litsy review, that the author defied and gently mocked the Hallmark romance tropes. I quit reading romances in the 90‘s, so that may seem more groundbreaking to me than it actually is, but it still made me happy! Highly recommended if you are, indeed, a book lover and are looking for an entertaining summer beach read! 4mo
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I‘m a little late, but it‘s summer and we‘re all being chill, right? 😁
🏖 The beach! I‘m going to pretend that it‘s a beautiful white-sand beach with clear blue water instead of Galveston! 😂
🧋Life without coffee is not worth living—just sayin!
📖 Paperbacks, because. . . books!
✈️ Since going to Europe has been on my bucket list forever, I‘m going to pretend that it could happen this summer!
#ThoughtfulThursday

MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 😎 4mo
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Game Changer | Neal Shusterman
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Just started the audio on this but it‘s already so hard to hit pause! But that always been my experience with Neal Shusterman books.

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Starting summer off right—book mail!! ❤️❤️

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Librarian | Christy Sloat
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I walked out of my classroom for the last time today. In August, I‘m going to experience education through the lens of a high-school librarian! I‘m beyond excited!! #LibrariansofLitsy #LitsyLibrarians

vivastory Congrats! 👏 4mo
DivineDiana How fabulous! 👏🏻📚🎉 4mo
Maria514626 @CindyMyLifeIsLit Congratulations! 🎉 4mo
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Librarybelle Congratulations! 4mo
AmyG Oh wow! Congrats! 🎉 4mo
LeslieO School librarian is the best job in the world! Congrats! 4mo
LiteraryinLawrence I‘m so excited for you!! 4mo
BookishBelle Awesome! Congratulations! 🎉 4mo
Dragon Congratulations 🎉 enjoy your new career ! 📚💚🐉 4mo
LeahBergen How wonderful! 🎉🎉 4mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @LeslieO I believe that‘s true and can‘t wait to find out! 🥰 4mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @LiteraryinLawrence Me too! Thanks so much! 🥰 4mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit @Dragon Thanks! I fully intend to! 🥰 4mo
Dragon 👍💚🐉 4mo
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