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Texreader

Joined June 2016

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The Sea-hawk by Rafael Sabatini
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The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
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Equator by Miguel Sousa Tavares
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Dracula by Bram Stoker
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The Count of Monte Cristo | Alexandre Dumas
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Here are some of the cards I‘m making while listening to the tagged book, which is so good

Catsandbooks They look great!! 1d
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The Sea-hawk | Rafael Sabatini
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We‘ve had a very gloomy Thanksgiving holiday and I‘ve been quite under the weather myself. Today the sun is shining beautifully and I‘m waiting to see if my breakfast is going to sit well. So the cat and I are enjoying the glowing morning while I read about the making of a pirate. #Algeria #readingafrica2022 @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

Vansa I LOVE Rafael Sabatini!! Such an entertaining writer. 4d
Deblovestoread Sorry you are not feeling well and hope today is better. Thank you for the lovely Thanksgiving card! 🍁 4d
Ruthiella Hope you feel better soon! ❤️ 4d
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Soubhiville I‘m sorry you‘ve been sick. It‘s sunny in Austin too and it almost seems strange after such a gloomy couple of weeks! May the sun bring you better health! 4d
Smrloomis Hope you feel better soon too! 💕 4d
CaitZ Hope you feel better soon. 4d
Ann_Reads Hope you are feeling better and able to enjoy food again. Having GI troubles isn't fun. 4d
Texreader @Vansa I‘m really looking forward to it. I was happy to find time in my reading to squeeze it in. What other books by him do you like? 3d
Texreader @Deblovestoread @Ruthiella @Soubhiville @Smrloomis @CaitZ @Ann_Reads Thank you everyone for your well wishes. I finally had a day without stomach pains yesterday so I‘m hoping I‘m past it. Maybe finally having the sunshine out helped! 3d
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Stay With Me | Ayobami Adebayo
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When a young wife doesn‘t get pregnant, her mother-in-law forces a second wife into the marriage. This starts the narrative in which secrets are peeled back like an onion. In a culture where women‘s sole role is to bear babies, and the young wife wants to be independent (& the only wife) sad and disastrous things can happen. This is a dark book about sex and its dysfunction. #Nigeria #readingafrica2022

Librarybelle Great review! 4d
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The Sea-hawk | Rafael Sabatini
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This is the description of the subject of the book, apparently a gentleman who becomes a pirate particularly around #Algeria. I‘m not sure I‘d want to cross his path. #readingafrica2022 @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

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The Sea-hawk | Rafael Sabatini
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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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In the next chapter of the tagged book I‘m meeting the British Consul to be posted to #SaoTomeandPrincipe. He rose to illustrious heights in civil service in #India, which I‘m now reading all about. So I‘m reading another appropriate book in the few remaining days left in November for #foodandlit. What a lovely coincidence. #readingafrica2022

Catsandbooks How cool! 6d
BarbaraBB You even read the bonus countries 🙌🏽 5d
Texreader @BarbaraBB I‘m so glad I am. This is one of the best written books I‘ve read this year. 4d
BarbaraBB That‘s fantastic! 4d
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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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I‘m sad to say I‘ve spent most of Thanksgiving feeling poorly. I did have a little bit of turkey and sides but that just turned my stomach almost immediately. On the good side, when not sleeping or nauseous, I‘ve made progress with this book and I love it. The “dandy” is now governor of #SaoTomeandPrincipe with the mission to ensure slavery no longer exists in this Portuguese colony at the turn of the 20th century. It‘s beautifully written. ⬇️

Texreader The translation is extraordinarily well-done, capturing the descriptions of this tropical world. The governor has now visited all the cocoa plantations on the islands and isn‘t convinced that slavery has been abolished. I wish this book were more widely available, and I think it would be a brilliant movie. Halfway done, so all this may go awry. I read one Litsy review about an overly dramatic romance. We shall see if I agree. #readingafrica2022 6d
shortsarahrose Book sounds really interesting! Hope you feel better soon 6d
Soubhiville I‘m sorry you‘ve been feeling poorly. Hope you‘re better soon. 6d
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Ruthiella Hope you feel better soon ! 🥴❤️ 6d
Librarybelle Hope you feel better soon! 6d
Catsandbooks Hope you feel better! 5d
Aimeesue Pretty cover! Hope you're feeling better soon! 5d
Texreader @shortsarahrose @Librarybelle @Catsandbooks @Aimeesue Thank you all for your well wishes. Yesterday I finally had a day without stomach pains so I‘m hoping I‘m past it. It was a rather miserable Thanksgiving for various reasons but I may recreate the meal with a Turkey breast and dressing so I can enjoy my favorite meal of the year. 3d
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The Count of Monte Cristo | Alexandre Dumas
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My son‘s been reading this one so I thought I‘d try the audio. 52 hours of audio. #chunksterchallenge @Amiable

Nebklvr Wow. I can‘t commit to much over 12. 1w
BarbaraBB It‘s very entertaining! I mixed audio and print and really enjoyed it. Good luck! 1w
Catsandbooks Good luck on that chunkster journey! 1w
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Amiable I enjoyed the book —let me know how the audio goes! I might do a reread. 1w
AlaMich I loved it! I had just started it when everyone had to quarantine so I had nothing but time to read. 1w
Texreader @Nebklvr I‘ve been like that for years but now I‘m sad when I‘m doing housework or something that I have to start a new book so I‘ve been enjoying it a lot 3d
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The Last Battle | C. S. Lewis
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Well this was terrible. To think this is a kid‘s series, to end like this is just tragic. No spoilers but suffice it to say I didn‘t like it. Patrick Stewart, almost always a great narrator, was quite poor doing the animals‘ and Jill‘s voices. Fortunately it was short. #chunksterchallenge2022 33 hours finished! @Amiable

Lunakay I know what you mean, I was horrified, too🙈 1w
Amiable Oh, I'm sorry you didn't enjoy it! I loved this series as a kid. I'm guessing I should let those memories live on and not reread it as an adult! 😬 I'm also disappointed to hear that Patrick Stewart didn't do it justice as a narrator. :( But congrats for finishing, though! 1w
Texreader @Amiable I loved the series. The last book was horrible 1w
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melissajayne Wondering if we could swap some bookish gifts for Christmas? 1w
rwmg From what I remember of reading it as a child rather than re-reading as an adult, my reaction was (see spoiler below): 1w
rwmg The end of the world? kewwwwwl 1w
Texreader @melissajayne I ❤️ swaps! Were you thinking of one of the Litsy swaps or something informal between us? 1w
Texreader @Lunakay @rwmg I am glad I‘m not the only one! I finished and went yelling around the house to anyone who would listen (my daughter) about how awfully it ended! Especially when I enjoyed it so much and had been thinking on how well written it was. It had a subtle hint of platonic philosophy and sure enough Plato is referenced in the last book—and then kaboom! Sorry I had to vent, again. 1w
melissajayne @Texreader I was thinking of something informal between us. 1w
Texreader @melissajayne I‘m in! Email me at kamonsen at aol.com 1w
melissajayne @Texreader awesome! I will. 1w
Lunakay You are so not alone, I read them a couple of years ago for Christmas and these books have such a warm and kind tone and I thought what great seasonal reading, I wasn't prepared for this! 1w
Lunakay I think the end is inspired by the old testament, isn't the author famous for his biblical references throughout the series? 1w
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Stay With Me | Ayobami Adebayo
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Cinfhen I read this a few years back and it‘s really stayed with me. Powerful storytelling!!! 1w
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Eustace and Jill are sent on a mission to find King Caspian‘s long lost son and sole heir to Narnia‘s throne. I didn‘t enjoy this book as much as the rest. I think I‘m just not as invested in Eustace and Jill, and Aslan was a bit too vague for what seemed inadequate reasons. I feel like Lewis is starting to lose his magic with this book.

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Food and Literature | Gitanjali G. Shahani
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Reminder to nominate countries for #foodandlit in 2023! Nominations are open through November 27.

If you haven‘t already nominated countries (as many as you like), or if you want to nominate more countries, please comment below or repost and tag @Catsandbooks and @Texreader We are very excited to be your hosts again next year!

TheBookHippie Did I say Finland ? If not then Finland. 😂 14h
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A LOT of #litsylove is going in the mail today. @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Aimeesue This reminds me, I must pick up jelly beans tomorrow for the traditional Thanksgiving Eve Charlie Brown Thanksgiving menu for Wednesday night. 😁 1w
Texreader @Aimeesue 😁 👏🏻 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 1w
UwannaPublishme Love your Snoopy stickers! 1w
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Target had a sale on books yesterday. I bought the tagged book to get ready for #readingamericas2022 #Ecuador @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

Librarybelle Hooray! Great book selection! 1w
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#wondrouswednesday Thanks @Eggs & @TheSpineView for the tag!

1) Jodi Taylor—I ❤️ how her books take a most hilarious jaunt through history. I think she‘d be a ton of fun
2) Litsy mainly, but also BookBub‘s notifications of discount books, and Amazon kindle unlimited and free Audible prime books
3) Not an unpredictable twist but I was shocked to learn how the tagged book set up The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. It was a wonderful surprise!

Eggs #3- interesting!! Thanks for joining in 🤗 2w
TheSpineView 🥰😊🌞 2w
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This is a short memoir about a boy‘s following rumors to a better life in the “Land of the Whites,” and his journey from #Ghana to Spain. He doesn‘t know his actual age but when he undertook the trip he was probably between 13-17. Among 46 people abandoned in the Sahara by smugglers, he was 1 of 6 who survived walking 3 weeks out of the desert. He spent the most time in #Libya trying to make enough money to make it to Europe, which he finally ⬇️

Texreader accomplished. Along the way he spent significant time in prison or detention camps, and was almost raped twice. Why did he go? Having no access to media & no education, he acted only on rumors. A skilled auto mechanic at a tender age, he believed he‘d be welcomed with open arms. He was not welcomed anywhere in Africa, and more often than not he was conned. He learned about racism in Libya and how women were poorly treated. But two women likely ⬇️ 2w
Texreader Saved his life in Spain where he was allowed to stay but had no ability to understand how to get help, sleeping on the streets. One of the women and her husband adopted him! He got his master‘s degree & started his own non-profit to educate children in Ghana. He knew all the horror he suffered was because of a lack of education and access to the world and so he is giving back. This book helps explain what motivates refugees. #readingafrica2022 2w
Librarybelle Great review! 2w
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BarbaraBB Very insightful 2w
Daisey I thought this cover looked familiar and checked my Kindle collection. It‘s there and now I may need to squeeze it in before the end of the year. 2w
Aimeesue Great review! 2w
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The author is learning about life in Spain

#Ghana #readingafrica2022 @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

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A short book, we are already leaving #Ghana for #Togo, #BurkinaFaso, and #Niger. #readingafrica2022 @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

BarbaraBB What a journey! 2w
Librarybelle Wow! 2w
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I started this ebook yesterday in my attempt to reread some countries for #readingafrica2022. I didn‘t feel like I learned much about #Ghana from my the first book I read for that country, although both that book and this one are about leaving the country. This book also appears to cover a number of west African countries so that‘s a bonus.

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Romeo and Juliet (Updated) | William Shakespeare
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#twofortuesday Thanks for the tag @Eggs

1) In 7th grade I decided to read Romeo and Juliet. Then I memorized the balcony scene. I‘ve quoted it ever since. When you‘ve memorized something so young and repeated it for so long, it‘s quite hard to forget in its entirety…”what‘s in a name…a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” I was a weird child

2) Midnight would complain that I don‘t spend nearly enough time cuddling her or feeding her

TheSpineView Never enough cuddles and I'm typing this as my cuddler just tried to get closer. Thanks for playing 2w
Texreader @TheSpineView I‘m on a business trip tonight so she‘s probably really pouting that I‘m not there for making biscuits. I‘m the fortunate family member on whom and only on whom she will make biscuits. I always have to get a double batch when I return. 2w
SamAnne I remember memorizing the Queen Mab speech. Sadly I can‘t quote it now, but I could for years. 2w
TheSpineView @Texreader ❤️🐈❤️ 2w
Texreader @SamAnne wow! Impressive! 2w
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King Caspian sets out on a voyage to try to find the great lords banished from Narnia by his uncle and has the unexpected pleasure of the company of King Edmund, Queen Lucy, and their most irritating cousin Eustace. And off they go on the Dawn Treader to the edge of the world where Eustace has a chance to learn manners and the heroic mouse Reepicheep to prove the depth of his courage. Another enjoyable tour of the lands of Narnia and Aslan.

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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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I‘m not far at all but here‘s the fascinating premise: a Portuguese playboy who has dabbled a bit in politics by writing a couple of articles for the newspaper has come to the attention of King Carlos who wants to appoint him as governor of #SaoTomeandPrincipe. The new governor is to convince the nosy British that the cocoa productions there are not using Angolan slave labor. What a task for an apparent ne‘er-do-well! #readingafrica2022

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I‘m so happy only a year has passed since Prince Caspian‘s tale rather than a thousand or more years that passed between The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian. So we get Reepicheep the mouse in all his heroic glory! But oh how Eustace gets on my nerves. I‘m enjoying this one almost as much as the former books—I‘m waiting for Eustace to improve his behavior before I cast final judgment on this book in the series.

Kangaj1 This one and A Horse and His Boy are my favorites in the series! 2w
AmyK1 This one is my favorite! 2w
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Prince Caspian | Clive S. Lewis
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When a prince learns he may no longer be the heir to the crown of Narnia he goes on an adventure to learn if the ancient tales about a peaceful land with talking animals are true. Some of our favorite characters from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe return for a wonderful encore. Narrated lovingly by Lynn Redgrave. Moving on to Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

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These handful of fables set in #CapeVerde are good, not great. An introduction describing whether they are based on actual fables or the author‘s imagination, and if actual, who was the target audience and how long have the stories existed (at least one is quite modern) would go far in elevating the book. One fable, as told by the narrator to a boy, with a somewhat descriptive sexual act made me wonder! The last one was the best about girl ⬇️

Texreader finding a pirate‘s treasure. Doubling up on countries now for #readingafrica2022 2w
Librarybelle Woohoo! Amazing!! 2w
Cinfhen Wow!! You‘re really almost there! I kind of gave up on finding books for some of the lesser known countries. Fantastic 🙌🏻 2w
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Prince Caspian | Clive S. Lewis
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I also made this very complex birthday card for my dad yesterday (Mom @Doll8455 don‘t tell him!) yesterday during my day off, and making progress with the tagged book. It took about an hour-&-a-half to make this card. The Thanksgiving cards took the rest of the day. Some cards are just very detailed, which is a perfect project to take my mind off work.

marleed Cool card! 3w
Texreader @marleed Thanks! I hope he appreciates it! 2w
marleed Oh how can he not! 2w
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Prince Caspian | Clive S. Lewis
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I took off work yesterday and finished my Thanksgiving cards and made significant headway through the tagged book.

DanaManiac You make such lovely cards! 💕 2w
LiseWorks They are so pretty 2w
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I‘m listening to the tagged book with my curious cat.

I‘m loving the Chronicles!

Leftcoastzen 😻👏 3w
5feet.of.fury 🐈‍⬛🖤 3w
LiseWorks Love your "Minou"! Boy he looks so much like my Mitichi. It's been 10 years since he passed away and I still miss that cat. 3w
CoverToCoverGirl 🖤🖤🖤 3w
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#wondrouswednesday Thanks @TheSpineView for the tag!

1) I normally am reading at least 3 books at a time: 1 IRL, 1 ebook (sometimes 2 if one is depressing), & 1 audiobook

2) I‘ve read many good books this year and this post is no promise it will be my final best book. But it was one of my first favorites of the year

I panned the Last Will and Testament…a book I read for Cape Verde and I bailed on The Big Killing, both for #readingafrica2022

TheSpineView You're welcome 3w
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Having watched the movie a few times, which I really like, I‘m glad I‘ve finally read the book. I was impressed with how closely the movie followed the book. I think though I would have liked the book more if I hadn‘t seen the movie. It lacked the novelty of the first book, The Magician‘s Nephew (& I may have missed Kenneth Branaugh‘s brilliant narration from the Magician). But of course it was still excellent and I look forward to the next book.

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Interpreter of Maladies | Jhumpa Lahiri
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I rarely enjoy short stories; if it‘s going to be a good story then make it a novel! Or I get bored and they aren‘t very good. Not true for this book. All of the stories are compelling, readable, and I looked forward to picking it back up. No wonder it won the Pulitzer Prize. The stories dug deep into the Indian immigrant experience, and each one stood very well on its own. Anything more wouldn‘t have worked as well. Excellent! #foodandlit #India

Catsandbooks That's so great!! 🇮🇳 3w
CarolynM I loved these stories too 3w
Ruthiella Me too! I normally don‘t care for the short story format but I LOVED this collection! 3w
Bookwormjillk Have you read Purple Swamp Hen by Penelope Lively? That and this collection are the two short story collections I liked. 3w
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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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Update: Part 1 of books read for #readingAfrica2022

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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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Update: Part 2 of books read for #readingAfrica2022

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In the category of you-learn-something-new-everyday:

Grogu isn‘t just my favorite Star Wars character, it‘s also an alcoholic drink in #CapeVerde

#readingafrica2022

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I‘ve started this ebook. I wasn‘t very fond of the book I read for #CapeVerde for #readingafrica2022 so I decided to read this one as well. It‘s short so I should finish it tonight

I‘ve had a number of countries in Africa for which I‘ve read two or more books so I may just keep on going for the rest of the year 😉

BarbaraBB That is awesome! 3w
Librarybelle 😁 3w
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The tagged book is my next audiobook.

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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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It‘s been forever since I‘ve posted my progress map and here it is. The last country is the island off the west coast #SaoTomeandPrincipe

I‘m 16 pages into the tagged book. It‘s long but appears to be well written and translated. It sounds very interesting so I hope I can get through it. I‘d hate to drag it into the new year!

BarbaraBB You‘ll manage, you are so fast! 3w
Librarybelle You can do it!! 3w
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#two4tuesday @TheSpineView

1) music
2) audiobooks; right now I‘m listening to the entire Narnia series—33 hours!

tpixie 1. Podcast but when I finally listen to music, I realize how much I enjoy it. 2. I did that last year! It was great. I then read Becoming Mrs. Lewis, and once in a Wardrobe. ( which I think I‘ve already told you! But it was a fun immersion) 🦁 🧙‍♀️ 🚪 3w
TheSpineView Thanks for playing 3w
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Equator | Miguel Sousa Tavares
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I‘m starting the book for my final country for #readingafrica2022, #saotomeeprincipe.

Librarybelle 😁 3w
BarbaraBB Wow!! You are this year‘s first! 3w
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At the time Gbowee wrote this autobiography, she apparently didn‘t know she was being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, and won it in 2011. I didn‘t know it until I finished the book and googled her to see what she has done since. Talk about a woman who pulled herself up by the bootstraps—she is it. She grew up in a fairly stable #Liberia until she turned 17, when the first of its civil wars began. She married young to a fierce abuser ⬇️

Texreader who fathered 4 of her children, at which point she finally left him. Depressed in a world that offered no hope, she finally devoted her life to organizing women in the face of the worst odds to bring peace to her country and all of Africa. I felt it was a bit self-aggrandizing at times, but then hey, she earned the Nobel Peace Prize so I agreed she deserved to recognize herself & her worth. My 2nd to last country for #readingafrica2022! 3w
Bookwormjillk Wow, what do you have left? 3w
Texreader @Bookwormjillk The island of São Tomé and Principe 3w
Librarybelle You are so close to finishing! Well done!!! 3w
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Free ebook for the next day or so. It looks good!

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I‘ve started these complete works in audio (33 hours worth) and just finished the first book, The Magician‘s Nephew. I‘d only seen a few of the movies, so it was a complete delight to learn how Narnia came about, and the witch, and the wardrobe! Kenneth Branaugh read the first book and may I say, he did all the different animal voices spectacularly!! I‘m loving it so much so far!! #chunksterchallenge2022 @Amiable

tpixie I re-read( listened ) to them 2 years ago in anticipation of reading 4w
tpixie This is another great companion book of hers 4w
Amiable Oh, these were my favorite books when I was a child! What a treat. 4w
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Interpreter of Maladies | Jhumpa Lahiri
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jlhammar One of my favorites. 4w
Blaire This is an all time fave of mine. 4w
AnneCecilie I loved this when I read it. I also have an other of hers on my tbr, so thank you for reminding me of her and that I can read her for India. This is the book 4w
Catsandbooks 😊🇮🇳 4w
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Speaking about refugees from war-torn Sierra Leone:

“Even if you‘re poor and struggling, you don‘t kick out someone who comes to your house in need.”

#Liberia #readingafrica2022 @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB

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#wondrouswednesday

1) Nowhere Bookstore—it‘s become my go-to store for the most part since it‘s in my neighborhood
2) “Monsen Mega Book and Craft Store”
3) Tagged

Eggs Love #2😀 4w
kspenmoll Lucky! A bookstore in your neighborhood! 4w
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#thoughtfulthursday @MoonWitch94 Tough one today.

I lost two very close friends during the pandemic, Janice Williams (cause unknown but possibly Covid) and Dawn Finlayson (complications from cancer). I also lost my accountant and friend of 20+ years, John Miller, to Covid. Janice and Dawn both meant the world to me and losing them within about a year of each other hurt more than I can say and it‘s still painful. Janice was a reader and crafter ⬇️

Texreader So we shared many many happy times together. Dawn was my mentor before I became an attorney and I finally joined her law firm, after years of her badgering me, about a year before she died. We talked daily during the lockdown and my life was empty when she passed. Endlessly ethical, kind, and upbeat—no attorney could ask for a better mentor or friend. I miss them both so much it hurts. 4w
Librarybelle ❤️❤️❤️ 4w
Smrloomis 💗💗💗 4w
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CBee Sending you love, Karen ♥️ 4w
mrp27 ❤️❤️❤️ 4w
batsy ❤️ 4w
marleed Ohh, I‘m sorry. 4w
Dragon ❤️ 4w
DanaManiac 💜 4w
Eggs ❤️💔❤️ 4w
CoverToCoverGirl ❤️💔 4w
kspenmoll I am so sorry. But what a special relationship to have had. ❤️ 4w
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