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JamieArc

JamieArc

Joined June 2017

Bibliophile / Francophile / Bullet Journaler / tea / tiny things / coziness / www.goodreads.com/user/show/5733517-jamie-archer
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The Testaments: A Novel by Margaret Atwood
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Quichotte by Salman Rushdie
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Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes
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Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams
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Three Women by Lisa Taddeo
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Untitled | Unknown
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Last day to sign up for the #JolabokaflodSwap! I love this swap and look forward to a cozy Christmas Eve snuggled up with a new book and chocolate!

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The Thirteenth Tale | Diane Setterfield
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This has been on my TBR for so long. It seemed like a good fall read, so I was excited to finally get to it. I open it, and read, “It was November.” Indeed it is, and I‘m now sure I chose the perfect next book to read 🍁📚

Pogue That is a good book. 2w
JSW Love this book. 2w
Cathythoughts Excellent start 👏👏👏 2w
Nute This is a fantastic book to read in late fall. It‘s haunting and atmospheric- perfect for this time of year! 5d
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Two Steps Forward | Graeme Simsion, Anne Buist
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A tale of an American and Brit who find themselves walking the Camino de Santiago. It was fitting that I finished this book today, as I finished my own Camino on this day 5 years ago. I couldn‘t help but to compare this story to my own, but it was lovely to be reminded of my journey. {Book pictured here with my Camino paraphernalia}.

smilingshelves After reading this book and the tagged one, walking the Camino is now on my bucket list! 2w
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Pumpkinheads | Rainbow Rowell
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I think many of us doing #DeweysReadathon can relate. Besides reading all the books, it‘s about treating ourselves to all the snacks 😂😂

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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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The October #DeweysReadathon is my favorite time of the year! I will finish Queenie soon, am most looking forward to Pumpkinheads, and will start Two Steps Forward next. Happy reading! 📚🍁🎃

Mollyanna I am looking forward to Pumpkinheads too! I a perfect day to read it. 3w
Linsy Pretty! 🌹 3w
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Congrats 🎉 on the milestone! The tagged book is top of my to-own list. Thanks for the opportunity! #200KGiveaway

Librarybelle Thank you! This is on my tbr list too! 1mo
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Quichotte | Salman Rushdie
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Not the most readable book. I‘m tempted to bail because I have The Testaments waiting for me at the library. But the current cultural references abound and are fun, and was surprised to find this philosophical musing coming from The Bachelor/ette 😂

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The Wall | John Lanchester
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I don‘t usually love man booker nominees, and expected this to be slow and dry, but found it quite the opposite. Dropped in a world ravaged by climate change, I was completely engrossed in the story and all the questions I had - who are The Others? Where is the setting? What happened? - drove me to read ahead. Even though many questions went unanswered, I found this a very satisfying and enjoyable read. #manbooker

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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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This is probably one of the busiest weeks of the year for me since I work at a university and classes start next week, but it‘s all the more reason to spend my time reading in non-work hours! There are a few books I really wanted to get to this summer and this seems the perfect chance! #SummersEndReadathon

Clwojick Woot woot! glad to see you'll be joining us. :) 3mo
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The Mother-in-Law | Sally Hepworth
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Among the slew of domestic thrillers I‘ve been reading, this one stands out. With complex characters, it makes you think about how perception is everything. The way this story unfolded was really interesting, and I found the ending pretty satisfying.

KatieDid927 I really dug this one too. 4mo
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Thankful | Eileen Spinelli
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Took the photo, but just realized I never posted it! Thank you so much to @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and @TheBookHippie for the great welcome package! So happy to be a part of this group! #LitsyLove

SilversReviews Enjoy the books!! 4mo
TheBookHippie ❤️❤️❤️ 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re very welcome!!! 💗💗 4mo
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Help! I was trying to clean my TBR here on Litsy to take out books that I already own, and I didn‘t see a way on the app nor the website to just remove books, so I just changed them to read (which makes me anxious because I haven‘t actually read some of them!). Does anyone know if there‘s a way to remove books that we‘ve tagged as Reading, Want to Read, or Have Read???

RachelO If it‘s showing as ‘to read‘, just click the ‘to read‘ button again and it‘ll toggle off. 5mo
Rachel.Rencher @RachelO I didn't know that! Thanks for sharing. 😁 5mo
JamieArc @RachelO Oh my gosh. Of course it‘s something as simple as that! 🤦🏻‍♀️ @Rachel.Rencher I‘m glad I‘m not the only one who didn‘t know! 5mo
RachelO @JamieArc @Rachel.Rencher Oh good! I wasn‘t too sure that sentence made sense. It took me ages to work it out too! 5mo
Velvetfur @RachelO @JamieArc @Rachel.Rencher It took me a long time to work it out too - you're not alone! 😂 5mo
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I‘ve received my first #LitsyLove mail! Thank you @Lovesbooks87 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and @Honeybeegirl for welcoming me in so quickly! I look forward to sitting down and writing some of my own!

Lovesbooks87 Yay! Welcome to the group! 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Yay!!! ❤️❤️❤️ 5mo
Honeybeegirl I‘m glad it made it to you!! 5mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Jamie, is your tbr list up to date?? Asking for some friends 👭😉 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @JamieArc 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 5mo
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In Paris with You | Clmentine Beauvais
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I feel very lucky to have been able to read most of this while in Paris. This is my second Beauvais book, and I want to read all of her work now. The format was different with this book - lyrical, but it didn‘t detract at all from the story. It was written from a unique perspective, and while part of me wants to be cynical and pragmatic about this love story, I was in Paris, so I let myself just give in and be swept away by it, and it was lovely.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful photo ❤️ 5mo
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Current reading location (Marseille, France). You‘ll notice lots of hills! My stair flight count has been pretty great. For #BFC this week, doing so much walking still has me hitting my fitness goals. I look forward to incorporating biking and swimming when I get home next week. I‘ve also finished two books. I‘ve got some catching up to do there! #BookFitnessChallenge

TheLibrarian Beautiful view!! 5mo
Cathythoughts Lucky you ♥️ 5mo
squirrelbrain Gorgeous view! 5mo
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wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 And gorgeous view. That‘s definitely great for mental wellness! 💜👍🏻 5mo
BookwormAHN Fantastic 👏🏻 5mo
UwannaPublishme What a gorgeous place to read! 😍👍🏻 5mo
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Not bad! #BookwormBingo. Check out the original post by @EclecticReaders

EclecticReaders Wow, very nice! 5mo
Megabooks 👍🏻👍🏻💜🥳 5mo
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In Paris with You | Clmentine Beauvais
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I do miss a good train ride with a good book... On my way to Marseille, France.

JennyM Have fun! 5mo
readordierachel Enjoy! 5mo
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Librairie Philippe Lucas | Lyon, France (Bookstore)
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Book mural in Lyon, France 2

ju.ca.no Pretty😍 6mo
emtobiasz Are you in Lyon? I was there last September and loved visiting ❤️ 6mo
JamieArc @emtobiasz Yes, we are in Lyon. We leave tomorrow for Marseille. This is the first time I‘ve been to Lyon, and we really like it. ❤️ 6mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 5mo
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Librairie Philippe Lucas | Lyon, France (Bookstore)
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I found the infamous book mural in Lyon, France! (And so cool I can tag the bookstore next to it in case you ever want to find it too!)

JohannaRose Beautiful!! 6mo
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Not to burst anyone‘s bubble... but for those interested, this was interesting: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/05/29/727943418/do-you-really-nee...

Avanders So, 4400-7500 then relax. 🧘🏽‍♀️ I‘m down... 6mo
rubyslippersreads This makes me feel much less guilty. 😄 6mo
emilyrose_x @Avanders I read this as 44000 to 75000 and was slightly confused for a moment! How anyone would manage that I don't know 😂 6mo
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JanuarieTimewalker13 That‘s so cool. My health data app says under 5000 steps is “sedentary”. I‘m a firm believer it‘s gravity that really helps us be fit. Getting up and down and not sitting for long periods...spurts of activity is key. I never read whole book, it was due back at library, but what I read was excellent (edited) 6mo
Suet624 @JanuarieTimewalker13 If your health data app needs to see what sedentary really looks like they should come and visit me! Lying prone on the couch is my favorite position and one I occupy a lot of the day (after babysitting two little ones of course). 6mo
rretzler 🤣 I think most fads get started this way - sometime trying to sell something! 6mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 @Suet624 haha! Pretty certain you‘re getting up and down about 500 times in a day with 2 little ones. I also think cleaning is a work out, but no one will support me on this. Lol (edited) 6mo
LibrarianRyan @JanuarieTimewalker13 my mother would support you. She makes the argument that she gets more of a workout cleaning her house than her sister does running marathons. 6mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 @LibrarianRyan hahaha! Your mom is my kind of people🧺🧹🥇 no one is going to tell me vacuuming is not exercise...steps and you‘re pushing something. Hahahahaha 6mo
Avanders @emilyrose_x lol sounds *really* intense! 🤭🤭 6mo
Q84 @LibrarianRyan @JanuarieTimewalker13 cleaning house is a workout. Try going through the house cleaning all those windows. bam! Arms are sore from that workout?? Have little ones squats from getting up and down picking stuff up. Especially if they are at the age they thing that's fun to watch. Or running back and forth from them calling "Mom!" ? 6mo
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So interesting to see other editions of books you love, especially foreign language editions.

tpixie ♥️♥️♥️ 6mo
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Vacationing in Paris has had my #BFC fitness goals met easily with all the walking and flights of stairs through the metro. Reading time, however, has been sorely lacking, so I have some catching up to do there. Today‘s bucket list item: seeing Monet‘s Water Lillies exhibit. #BookFitnessChallenge

JanuarieTimewalker13 C‘est Belle! Not sure if it‘s C‘est Beau! for a painting, however. 6mo
BookwormAHN I think the most important thing is that you got to see Monet's Water Lilies 😻 6mo
wanderinglynn Oh, I love Monet! Enjoy it while you‘re there! You can always read when you get home. 😉 6mo
batsy Ohh 😍 6mo
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Not much reading, but a visit to a place that has been on my bucket list forever. Doing a lot of walking and not wanting to carry books around prevented me from buying ALL the books, but I felt the tagged book was the appropriate purchase. #BFC

Leftcoastzen OMG! So glad for you ! My bucket list as well. 6mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Love that city!! 🇫🇷 6mo
wanderinglynn Awesome! Love Paris! 🙌🏻 6mo
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BookwormAHN Nice 💙 6mo
ChasingOm I bought my copy of Hemingway‘s A MOVEABLE FEAST at that bookstore! 😄 6mo
JamieArc @BarbaraTheBibliophage I know you were recently here. I saw your posts knowing my time was coming soon 😊 6mo
JamieArc @ChasingOm That is a perfect pick as well! I read it a few years ago. 6mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @JamieArc That‘s terrific. I bought a copy of The Little Prince there. Also Washington Black. Not toooo heavy! 6mo
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Rainy weather and being busy getting prepared for two weeks out of the country left me lacking on both fitness and book goals, though I‘m almost finished with this audiobook. I have no doubt that two weeks in France with plenty of walks will have me more than making up for what I didn‘t do this week. 🇫🇷 #BFC

wanderinglynn Ooh, enjoy your trip! And yes, you‘ll get all your step plus some! 👍🏻 6mo
Chrissyreadit Have a great trip! So exciting!!! 6mo
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Ghosted: A Novel | Rosie Walsh
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I‘m mostly in agreement with the reviews, that this one is pretty underwhelming, though with a few hours left, I‘m curious where it‘ll go as the big reveal has already happened. Made my goals for #BFC (almost left it BFG, because Roald Dahl 😂) this week with 3 hours of activity and 1 book finished. #BookFitnessChallenge

wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 6mo
Clwojick Woohoo! Keep up the awesome work! 6mo
BookwormAHN Great job 👏🏻 6mo
catebutler Yippee! Such a great first week! 6mo
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Ghosted: A Novel | Rosie Walsh
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I was going to go on an audiowalk and make up some time for the #BFC but my husband decided to join me, so still a long walk, just no audiobook. I have mixed feelings about that 😂😂. Grateful for beautiful places to be outside and a rare sunny Michigan day. #BookFitnessChallenge

BarbaraJean Gorgeous!! I have been bugging my husband to join me on walks—but that “no audiobook” trade-off? I just don‘t know... 😂 6mo
guinsgirlreads Great pic!! 6mo
BookwormAHN Nice job 👏🏻 6mo
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bewareofwords Yeah, I would have mixed feelings too. 😂 It looks beautiful! And great job!👏🏽 6mo
ReadingSusan Ha ha I know that feeling 🤣🤣 6mo
4thhouseontheleft I can relate to the mixed feelings when a friend or spouse tags along for a walk. 😉 😂 6mo
wanderinglynn Haha! Poor hubby. Almost dumped for an audiobook! 😉 But great job on the walk! 🙌🏻 6mo
monalyisha Oh man! I‘ve asked my husband to join me on some of my walks, too; so far, they‘ve all been solitary/snuck in during my lunch break at work...but your concerns are *exactly* mine. 😆 6mo
Stacypatrice Beautiful- where in the Mitten are you? 6mo
Cathythoughts Beautiful 6mo
Clwojick 😂😂😂😂😂 I can NEVER talk my husband into going for walks with me... unless it‘s a legit forest hike. He has no interest in walking around the city. Lol 6mo
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Glad to see so many Littens join the #BookFitnessChallenge that @Wandering @wanderinglynn is hosting!

My goals include:
1. 9 books
2. 3 hours exercise of any kind per week
3. Work towards more healthful eating choices (I‘ve been in a grief slump that has left me wanting all the carbs).

wanderinglynn Great goals! 🙌🏻 6mo
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Witches | Roald Dahl
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I am so excited about this! I love Roald Dahl, of course, but Penelope Bagieu is a lovely person and I loved her graphic novel Brazen. It will be interesting, as Quentin Blake‘s illustrations are so intertwined with Dahl‘s books.

JSW This is so exciting!!!! 6mo
LibrarianRyan Ihhhhhhhhh. Want. 6mo
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When you find yourself thinking, “I can‘t wait to finish this so I can move on to something else,” it‘s time to bail. Amber Tamblyn is a badass. No question about that. But this felt like a celebrity memoir regurgitating the events of the #metoo movement. What I wanted was a collection of insightful essays. Not to relive all the gross moments of the last few years, from a lens that was full of name dropping and unrelatable. #itsnotyouitsme

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Fingersmith | Sarah Waters
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My eyes have been driving me crazy, so I found out that I need glasses for the first time ever. This has made for a slow reading month, but Fingersmith and On the Come Up will end up being some of my favorites for the year.

ShyBookOwl Saga ❤❤❤ 7mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Awesome! 📖💖 7mo
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Thriftbooks is great for chunksters like these that you can‘t borrow from the library because it will take you too long to read them! #chunkster

quirkyreader I go my copy of Suitable Boy from the VOA on Cedar St. 7mo
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Fingersmith | Sarah Waters
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I took a break to enjoy lunch outside in the sun, but if your reviews ring true, I‘ll be stuck in this book for the rest of the day, as it seems like it‘s about to get REALLY good.

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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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I‘ve been out of town the past couple years during the Dewey‘s readathon, so I‘m excited to finally be able to participate again. I always feel so refreshed after a day of my only obligation being to read. My stack of possibilities. With Jem and Dorothy as Queens of Mount TBR.

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Between a pick and a so-so. Perhaps not the best in audio format, as the timeline skips around so much. This got me thinking about so many interesting ideas. And the end was probably one of the most interesting I‘ve read/heard. I didn‘t expect that at all.

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The Stranger Diaries | Elly Griffiths
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Books, mystery, creepy gothic atmosphere... I really liked this one. It would make for a perfect fall read. It also references The Woman in White and Wilkie Collins a lot, which I happened to be finishing, so that was fun. A little underwhelmed by the ending, but a fun read that I would recommend nonetheless.

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The woman in white | Wilkie COLLINS
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After 4-5 months, I have finally finished this!!! It‘s strange to me that it was both a good read AND a slog to get through at times (I think mostly because of Collins‘ need for every detail to be given). The other book I‘m reading right now, The Stranger Diaries, is referencing this book and Wilkie Collins a lot, so that‘s fun.

vivastory I haven't read this yet but I loved 8mo
tpixie That‘s so fun when that happens!! 8mo
Tamra I have loved this and Moonstone! 8mo
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Pieces of Her | Karin Slaughter
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This was my first Karin Slaughter and IT DID NOT DISAPPOINT. At 16 hours, I needed the audiobook to grab me, and it definitely did. I‘ve read others say that this wasn‘t their favorite Slaughter book, and since I liked this so much, I‘m excited for more. What should I read/listen to next???

tammysue I just finished it this week and is very good! ❤️ 8mo
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Since I have a reading day planned for tomorrow, I‘m spending my Friday night binging Shrill. I am finding it so refreshing and doing some much-needed laughing out loud. Anyone else watching?

merelybookish Not yet but I plan to!! 8mo
JoScho I want to! I know Samantha Irby is involved and I love her! 8mo
JamieArc @JoScho I saw Samantha Irby‘s name in the credits! I haven‘t read anything by her but she‘s been on my TBR. I really like the writing on the show, so I‘m probably going to place some hold on her books tomorrow 😊 8mo
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wanderinglynn Since Samantha Irby is involved, I will now. I loved her book 8mo
Leftcoastzen I may be watching at any moment! 😂 8mo
Bookcation74 Started it last night - loving it!! 8mo
BooksForEmpathy This is the best part of the show. Loved this scene!! 8mo
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The Poisonwood Bible | Barbara Kingsolver
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Did any one else see this??? I don‘t love Amy Adams, but this is an adaptation I would really look forward to seeing!

AmyG Oh wow. I loved the book. 8mo
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Small Country | Gael Faye
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Still drooling over my weekend #bookmail from FRANCE 🇫🇷Sent by a generous acquaintance who is teaching there. I‘m needing to brush up on my french for my upcoming trip in May. You may recognize a few titles: Small Country (Faye) and The Perfect Nanny (Slimani).

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No Exit: A Novel | Taylor Adams
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I‘m hoping that this week is the last week of very cold winter temps, so with that, I‘ll enjoy some coziness by the fireplace with this very wintery read.

valeriegeary I'll be right over. 🤗 8mo
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I picked this book up at the library on a whim because I‘m headed to France in a few months and want to be transported there now. It‘s not a smartly written YA book, but it is a lot of fun. It definitely gets better at the halfway mark, when the mystery part overpowers the annoying mean girls part. And it did take me to Paris. History, mystery, and Paris = ❤️. “Let them eat cake...and die” goes the blurb on the back of the book 😂😂😂

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Like many of you, my politics are quite different from many in my family, and because they are based on my values, I have some pretty strong feelings. My husband also works in the political sector for a non-profit (human rights campaign), so as election seasons come up, there is almost no getting around these conversations. So this book is a must-read for me 😂😂 #ImListeningGiveaway

britt_brooke It‘s a good read! Thanks for entering. 🤞🏻 9mo
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The Wife: A Novel | Alafair Burke
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The last month of thrillers/mysteries has left me quite underwhelmed, so reading this was a breath of fresh air. In the era of #metoo, the unknowns in this story had me doing some great thinking. While I guessed some of the twists, they didn‘t leave me unsatisfied. This is my first book for this author, and I‘m looking forward to reading more of her.

Leftcoastzen I enjoyed it a lot as well. Got another of her books in the stash somewhere TBR. 9mo
DivineDiana Is this the book that the Glenn Close movie is based? 9mo
JamieArc @DivineDiana No, I think the film is based off of the Meg Wolitzer book of the same name: 9mo
DivineDiana Thank you! 9mo
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Darktown: A Novel | Thomas Mullen
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I needed to get out of the house to feel the 40 degree weather so where else would I go but Barnes and Noble? And how could I resist when the bottom 3 books are all at the top of my TBR and we‘re found in the discount section? I tell myself I‘m just building up my collection to read for #MountTBR next year 😂😂 #bookhaul

Cathythoughts I‘d like to read Idaho too 👍🏻♥️... they all look good 9mo
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Panpan

I thought this would be one of my favorite suspense books this year. Instead, it receives a rare pan. The characters were okay, the premise was interesting and promising. But it was like being stuck in a room listening to the same conversation for 8.5 hours. Maybe that was supposed to be the hell of it. The story just didn‘t go anywhere for me, and it wasn‘t suspenseful or scary or even creepy. I kept waiting for the big moment. It didn‘t come.

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My first #libraryhaul in months (last year was focused on books I own). All are #blameitonLitsy picks, and I can‘t wait to start all 3. The tagged book I may have to buy - it‘s kind of like a hygge-for-your-health type book of simple things that will be really helpful.

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I received this a year ago from the generous @MinDea but have been putting it off because I know it‘s a heart breaker and I don‘t step into that willingly. But between the #monthofBoyne and thinking it could be a cathartic read, I finally decided to jump in. The epigraph and first paragraph had me laughing and hooked me right away, so I‘m not as scared and am looking forward to the ride! Boyne‘s writing has captured me already at just 24 pages.

JaclynW This is such a wonderful book. 10mo
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A big thanks to @BookBabe and @MrBook for sharing their experience at The Library restaurant in Portsmouth, NH. They put it on my radar, so when I was in Portsmouth for the loss of a family member I was very close to, it was a welcomed respite meal in the midst of an overwhelming time. Featured: gorgeous stained glass and our bill in a book.

BookishMarginalia You‘d like this, @gibblr ! 10mo
MrBook Ohhh nooo, saddened to hear about why you had to go to Portsmouth 😔, yet so delighted that @BookBabe and I were able to help your time there be a bit satisfying with this gem. Isn‘t it just amazing?! 10mo
BookBabe Ditto what @MrBook said! Big hugs. 10mo
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cobwebmoth Sorry for your loss. 10mo
TheReadingMermaid 💖🤗😢🤗💖 10mo
JamieArc @cobwebmoth Thank you ❤️ 10mo
JamieArc @MrBook @BookBabe It was so great! We are definitely planning on going back at another time for a vacation. We have family in that area and love it. 10mo
MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 10mo
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I just bought some great bookmarks from @That-Bookish-Hiker ‘s Etsy page and you should too! Especially to those doing swaps, these would be great to send to other Littens! Most are only $2 with free shipping, so it seems almost all of us can afford to help out! Https://www.etsy.com/shop/JatipDesign

Smangela @Callemarie you NEED the true crime ones! I‘m getting coffee lover ones 😍 10mo
Gennic Ope! I didn‘t know about your shop but now I do! I NEEEEEED one with the Wolfman! 10mo
JamieArc @Smangela and @Callemarie She has some really great true crime ones! 10mo
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AmyG My daugters got Ted Bundy bookmarks for Valentine‘s Day! #ssdgm 10mo
Callemarie Ohhhh yall know I love me some bookish items 10mo
That-Bookish-Hiker @JamieArc thank you for sharing! ❤️❤️❤️ 10mo
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