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Texreader

Joined June 2016

Gal from San Antonio, Texas. I love historical fiction set around the world, or a good thriller action adventure mystery.
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Garden Spells | Sarah Addison Allen
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A lot late but I had to play on this one:
1. Garden Spells
2. Surely there was a Supernatural movie (Dean loves pie!)
3. American Pie by Don McLean

@JoScho #manicmonday

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What a gorgeous, enchanting, extraordinary, heartbreaking, joyous book! Col. and Mrs Forrester‘s diaries and other ephemera tell the story of his travels through Alaska territory in 1885, and her life while she awaited his return. A 19th century travelogue of sorts, and an equally enchanting story of the descendant who inherited the Forrester diaries and artifacts. If only they had really lived, I‘d fly to see the museum of their collections! 5⭐️

Cinfhen Beautiful review and such a stunning book 1d
Texreader @Cinfhen Thank you! 1d
Crazeedi Sounds like an awesome read!! 1d
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Book coincidence! This from the tagged book, while the mc in How to Stop Time talked about playing Greensleeves on his lute, and its inappropriate subject matter. I had to google it to understand the alleged vulgarity. And my innocence is shot: I always thought it a sweet lovely song and especially the Christmas song to the same tune. Now I cannot hear it without thinking why someone‘s sleeves might be green. 😊

GingerAntics Wait, what?! *runs to google* 2d
Texreader @GingerAntics I can always count on you to be awake at 2 am and on Litsy! 2d
GingerAntics I‘ve got nothing. What I read said it might be about a prostitute, but the lyrics negate that idea. It‘s probably to do with green in heraldry, which symbolised truth and fidelity. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 2d
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GingerAntics I just finished Snowdonia 1890. If you‘ve got Amazon Prime Video, I highly recommend it. I found it looking for documentaries on Welsh history. No documentaries, but this crazy Welsh reality show was a joy. lol 2d
Texreader @GingerAntics Yes it‘s a reference to prostitutes rolling in the grass. 🤣 Whether true or not,, it‘s a hoot that too widely different books refer to it in this way. Yes I have prime. I‘ll have to check it out. 2d
GingerAntics That is interesting that you‘ve managed to land on two books, simultaneously that both reference it with the nod to the prostitution angle. Hm. I wonder if that was a Victorian addition that ignored the rest of the lyrics and just labelled her a working girl. lol 2d
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I found this map illustrated for the tagged book on the internet. It is a fictional map based on the story. I cannot wait to get the book (in addition to the ebook I‘m reading now), so I can see all of the illustrations and photos, etc other than on my small screen.

Bookwormjillk Beautiful 3d
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Postcard. Hope it‘s not foreshadowing

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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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Fingers crossed.

Read in Quartz: https://apple.news/AJ26AATcHQG6Oi3Nz4HOGOA

GingerAntics What is it? I‘ve read promising things about creatine of all things. 4d
Texreader @GingerAntics It‘s finding a way to identify and treat the disease while a person is 0% symptomatic 4d
Ddzmini This looks interesting 🧐 3d
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This freebie today might be an easy read for #wintergames when those get started.

hes7 Ooh, I‘ll have to grab this one. 4d
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I love the mc Sophie Forrester in the book and I would feel the same way she does, anger at how many of the officers‘ wives are treated this way by their husbands! I get angry just thinking about it. 😡

RachelO Loved this book 🦅 4d
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Excerpted from the tagged book on how to avoid miscarriage.

Could this possibly be truly from a 1743 book??

GingerAntics That sounds absolutely mad! That could actually be from a book of that period. 4d
SamAnne She creates some of the “historical” pieces and includes some real ones. Or that is my understand. Such a wonderful and inventive book! 4d
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This is such a cool ebook, with photos and maps and told from diaries, letters, newspaper clippings etc. I‘m loving it. I wonder if the IRL version is as stunning as I guess it to be. I think an investigatory trip to a bookstore is in order. I may have to get a real version if it‘s what I expect.

Cinfhen Yes!!! Physical book is a beauty inside and out!!! One of my favorite reads in recent years!!! 4d
Texreader @Cinfhen Well that does it! I must have a copy! Thank you!! 😘 4d
SamAnne Loved it too! 4d
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Crucible: A Thriller | James Rollins
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My fave writer ever has signed up to write fantasy, not my genre, at all! 😬 But then I read this article and it looks pretty good! I fear it‘s the end of Sigma Force though. He‘s working on the next book called The Last Odyssey. Sounds ominous. Oh please don‘t let it be the end! You can do both!!

I didn‘t know he started out writing fantasy as James Clemens. I guess I‘ll have to dip my toes into fantasy.

amsu311 Noooo...I hope he doesn't end Sigma Force... 4d
LibrarianRyan I didn‘t know he was James Clemens. Cool. 4d
Texreader @amsu311 Hopefully not. I couldn‘t handle it. I do need to reread the series. When I started it I read them out of order. 4d
Texreader @LibrarianRyan Me neither until I read the comments to this article. Off I go to read fantasy. Crazy how love of an author can send you places you didn‘t think you‘d go. 4d
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How to Stop Time | Matt Haig
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I listened to this one for about 2-1/2 hours while doing housework. In that time the mc has met both William Shakespeare and F Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda.

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Playing with Fire | Tess Gerritsen
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Ebook on sale today. I really liked this book but especially the audio version due to the lovely violin pieces in it.

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Circe | Madeline Miller
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Shhh. It‘s a birthday present for my daughter (ok, she picked it out).

Tamra Best gifts! 5d
Texreader @Tamra Absolutely! 4d
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Set in 1885, Col. Allen‘s wife is thrilled to be going on the first part of her husband‘s expedition in Alaska but her fellow officer wives don‘t agree.

“Leave it to the men to throw themselves off the face of the earth. They are quite adept at it by themselves.”

Sorry guys but this was hilarious. 🤣

Libby1 I loved this book. 5d
CoffeeCatsBooks 😂😂 5d
GingerAntics This is a fair point. Let the men destroy themselves. Us women will keep civilisation going just fine on our own. lol (edited) 5d
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This is the next ebook I‘ve chosen to read having had some breathing room since finishing Still Alice. It‘s long been on my tbr list and looks amazing.

Megabooks It so good! 5d
Redwritinghood Loved this one! 5d
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A quote from this article, Literacy Might Shield the Brain from Dementia, quoting the tagged book (yes I‘m still recovering from Still Alice). You can read the article here:

Read in Scientific American: https://apple.news/AarGXF-oSTyewESlQ74ZrWg

Crazeedi It took me a while to get over that book too. Great quote 1w
Sace Let me just move this book up the TBR pile.... 1w
GingerAntics Never thought of what all goes into reading. Hm. I may have to check this book out. 1w
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Ok y‘all I‘ve been posting some emotional stuff after reading Still Alice. So here‘s a hot chocolate break. Even though the fam all had dinner together we all gathered round for hot chocolate again this evening and it was nice to spend more time together with the people I love so much. I strongly recommend family time as often as possible. No really, that book leaves one a bit needy.

My query: what book can possibly follow Still Alice?

mdm139 None, that book left me wrecked. I think I picked a funny book to get me out of my book hang over. 1w
ju.ca.no I read that book so many years ago and it is still very present. What a read😨 family time is very important, especially after reading it🙈 1w
julesG I have not read the book and, quite frankly, do not intend to read it. Alzheimer's is pretty close to MS related dementia, which freaks me out. BUT family time really is very important and I love your elk mugs! 😁 1w
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Cinfhen I remember right after this book our next bookclub pick was this one👉🏾which was lighter but still literary 1w
Crazeedi I read 2 other books by her, Inside the Obriens and Every Note Played, both recommend. But as I told you this book was personal to me 💔 1w
Emilymdxn I‘ve loved all your posts about it even though they‘ve been quite intense 💖 1w
BethM Moose and hot cocoa- I love it! 1w
Tamra I recommend the movie. 😢 1w
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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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Did you know this book was originally self-published? It deserves 5 stars plus. The quote here is from the author‘s letter to readers. I‘m convinced. This book will convince you, this disease must be conquered. Read this book, when you are emotionally prepared. It is gentle and thoughtful but heart-rending. A must read for anyone who loves anyone.

Marmie7 This book broke my heart.😭 My mom has Alzheimer's... 1w
Texreader @Marmie7 My sincerest sympathy! This book is so important, isn‘t it? It really helps us understand the disease and what the family experiences as well. Bless you and your mom. Please take care. 1w
Marmie7 Thank you @Texreader This book is an excellent resource. I reccomend it often. 1w
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MrsMalaprop Agree, it‘s an amazingly moving read. My dad died in January from Alzheimer‘s & my mum now has the disease. I have pondered that they lived longer than their parents, but did they live better? 😢 1w
Crazeedi @Marmie7 @MrsMalaprop my deepest sympathies to you , my sister died at 60 from lewy body dementia type Alzheimer's. She was brilliant, worked for FBI , traveled all over the world, beautiful. Her life cut short by this horrble isease. I dont wish on my worse enemy 1w
Crazeedi @Texreader see above comment, I totally agree with you, there must be a way to cure/stop this disease 1w
Eggs Loved this book and all her other books 7d
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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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“In truth, she‘d lost the ability to compose words out of the alphabet letters on the keys. Her ability to use language, that thing that most separates humans from animals, was leaving her, and she was feeling less and less human as it departed. She‘d said a tearful good-bye to okay some time ago.”

GingerAntics 😢😢😢 1w
Texreader @GingerAntics I think this strikes booklovers the hardest. How to part from the written word? And even audiobooks. But this book handles it beautifully. It‘s emotional but extraordinarily well done and sensitive. I almost but didn‘t shed a tear. 1w
GingerAntics Oh wow. I still think I‘m going to wait to read this one for a bit, but it sounds quite lovely in an odd sort of way. 1w
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The House | A. O'Connor
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Free today. It looks good!

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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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Alice, with early onset Alzheimer‘s, gives a speech with this soul-stirring sentiment.

Sace 👏👏👏😭 1w
GingerAntics Oh wow. That‘s beautiful and heartbreaking all at once. 1w
Texreader @GingerAntics @sace The aftermath from the speech, her forgetting it, is even sadder. 1w
GingerAntics Oh wow. This is on my tbr but I think it‘s going to have to wait a bit. I‘m in no fit state for sad/heartbreaking books. 1w
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Untitled | Unknown
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#moonreflections @sprainedbrain @Meaw_catlady
1. When time permits, I go to the lakehouse and read, build Legos and puzzles, and do crafting. Unfortunately it‘s every few months at this point and often I just sleep when I‘m there.
2. Tags back to: @Eggs @TheSpineView 😘 and @GingerAntics @Crazeedi @Reggie @Karkar @Kshakal @Bookzombie @Aloisi_tribe @readordierachel and everyone else who needs to relax.

Crazeedi Thank you for tag! I posted last eve! My favorite moon of the year!! 1w
Eggs Thanks for the tag🥰 1w
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Bookzombie Thank you! 💗 (edited) 1w
Meaw_catlady Ooh legos and crafts ! Lovely! 1w
readordierachel That sounds like some excellent self-care 🧡 1w
GingerAntics Mine are almost opposites. Running and meditating...although I have done some guided runs on my Nike running app with the guy who created headspace, so I guess they can go together. lol 1w
Reggie Thanks for the tag! I‘m a big fan of oversized sweats and reading in bed on the kindle in the dark even if it means going blind some day. 1w
Texreader @Reggie That‘s almost all the reading I do, on Kindle in the dark! 🤣 1w
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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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During bad insomnia last night, I decided to start this ebook. It‘s quite addictive.

Crazeedi I read this book while caring for my sister who had lewy body dementia/ Alzheimers. I tore me up 1w
Zelma It is such a good book. I was very emotional by the end. @Crazeedi I can‘t even imagine how tough that would have been for you. 1w
Texreader @Crazeedi 😭 Heartbroken for you. 1w
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Texreader @Zelma I guess I should have seen it coming...I‘ll try to be prepared 1w
Crazeedi @Zelma a friend thought it would be helpful for me 1w
Crazeedi @Texreader ❤❤❤ 1w
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This book describes England‘s substantially better army: British soldiers fighting in America averaged 9 years of fighting experience; the rebels, 0-9 months. General Washington had to be at his most persuasive to embolden his army to fight:

“The time is near at hand which must probably determine whether or not Americans are to be free men or slaves. . . . The fate of unborn millions now depend, under God, on the courage . . . of this Army.”

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1. Tagged, plus Crucible, In Cold Blood, and How to Stop Time

2. “To quash this nascent insurrection, the Crown planned to intimidate the rebellious colonies with a show of force.”

3. Water

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Still Alice | Lisa Genova
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I had to buy this one. It‘s been on my tbr list for a long time.

Eggs It‘s so good 2w
Tamra I loved the movie. 2w
GingerAntics This sounds really good!!! 2w
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In Cold Blood | Truman Capote
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Morning plans.

GoldenGirl One of my faves! 2w
KristenDuck Great book 2w
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#IAmThankful for my family, my cat, my friends, Litsy and Littens, my job and my clients, our home, my books, my hobbies, and enough food and security that many around the globe lack.

Beautiful idea @TheReadingMermaid

julesG 💖 2w
squirrelbrain Gorgeous pictures! ❤️ 2w
TrishB Lovely post ♥️ 2w
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Erofan 💕 2w
Crazeedi Lovely photos!💞💞 2w
LauraBeth ❤️❤️ 2w
TheReadingMermaid Beautiful 😍❤️ 2w
Crazeedi @Texreader my faith, my husband, my bed! 2w
Texreader @Crazeedi I agree with that list!! 2w
Crazeedi @Texreader and all the things you mentioned as well 2w
Reggie Omg your kids are growing up. And you look just like your mother. Tell her we miss the post it reviews. Lovely post! 1w
Texreader @Reggie You are so sweet!! Thanks for the uplifting comment when I needed it most. Mom actually sent me home with a bag of books with her reviews! I‘ll start posting soon. 1w
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A Thousand Splendid Suns | Khaled Hosseini
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Eversion of this excellent book is on sale on all platforms today.

kspenmoll Thank you!!! 2w
Texreader @kspenmoll You‘re welcome! 2w
GingerAntics I want to read this, too!!! I have to stop looking at your posts!!! It‘s not good for my bank account. lol 2w
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Dead Man's Ransom | Ellis Peters
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“It was premature dusk under the trees, but still the birds sang with the extreme and violent joy that seemed loud enough to shake such fragile instruments into dust or burst the hearts in their breasts. There were windflowers quivering in the grass.”

A lovely description.

EadieB You can see it, feel it and hear it happening! 2w
Texreader @EadieB Yes! I love how you said that! Truth! 2w
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In Cold Blood | Truman Capote
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Thanks to @merelybookish I‘m starting this one tonight.

TheBookAddict True crime has always been interesting to read, but it‘s also tough to read once you actually take in the fact that it actually happened. Definitely it my TBR. 2w
kylienoele A very sad case, but an excellent book! 2w
readordierachel Cool! I'm starting this soon also. 2w
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Bklover That book is haunting! 2w
merelybookish Nice! 2w
youneverarrived Posts about this book always make me want to read it again! (edited) 2w
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No words. The story I‘m sure will speak for itself.

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I met the author today and heard her speak. Her stories are amazing and she‘s an amazing person.

Totally small world, I came home to tell my husband about it and he knows her husband, our sons are the same age in Boy Scouts together, and my husband has even met her not realizing she was “famous.”

Crazeedi That's a very cool story! Isnt life amazing! 2w
Bookzombie Wow, this sounds amazing. It‘s great that you got to meet her. 🙂 2w
Texreader @Crazeedi @bookzombie I was also amazed that Desmond Tutu recommended her book, calling her “Sister Shannon.” Can you imagine?? 2w
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I added this book to my tbr list after reading this article about the movie adaption. I would have never guessed the amount of misogyny in the first-world country of South Korea. I would have expected this in North Korea. What a surprise. Movie review here:

https://apple.news/AMirujacmT9GwRZSCJGzZGA

RachelO How interesting! I noticed this on NetGalley (UK) the other day... 2w
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#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

1. Rose Wilder Lane, author of the tagged book. She‘s my hero.
2. Did you ghost write your mom‘s books (Laura Ingalls Wilder)? And... How would you convince the world today about the importance of freedom?
3. I don‘t know. When husband and I married, we both brought about 1000 books each to our marriage. 31 years later, and having built a guest house with a library, whose to say? A lot.

Sharpeipup Is your guest house available for booking or loaning books? 2w
Texreader @Sharpeipup I love that idea! But it‘s husband‘s library along with his work at home office. He does keep boxes of books there that he wants to give away. I visit them periodically to pull out books to read or give away. Maybe I should do a giveaway again! 2w
Eggs Oh at last a person besides me who appreciates Rose Wilder Lane!!!! @texreader 2w
Texreader @Eggs That is so awesome! I‘m so glad to hear you are a fan. I love her so much. She really was a remarkable woman with an amazing life story and beliefs that helped shape my own. I love her so much. Did I say that already? 🥰 2w
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These two ebooks are free today on Amazon.

Tamra Thanks - the tagged book is calling me! 2w
Texreader @Tamra Sure! They both look pretty good and have lots of good reviews 2w
Tamra Okay, how ridiculous is it that I already purchased it last year??? 🙄😜 2w
Texreader @Tamra I think it says a lot about the book! 2w
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I get to hear this local hero speak on Thursday. I‘m looking forward to it. Hope they have her book for sale there.

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The Virgin in the Ice | Ellis Peters
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#two4tuesday @TheSpineView

1. Quite inadvertently, Crucible by James Rollins, it‘s about witches
2. The tagged book. Only my second 5-star read for 2019

Bookzombie Rollins is on my list because of you. Where should I start? Does he only have a series? 2w
Texreader @Bookzombie Yay!!!!! Yay!!!!! I hope to create a Rollins fan!! He has the Sigma Force series and the Order of the Sanguines series among others. Sigma Force is my fave but the Order is awesome, too. The Tucker Wayne series is an offshoot of Sigma Force and very endearing. I didn‘t start them in order but given the opportunity I‘d do so. The first one is Sandstorm. Some are better than others. But they are addictive! 2w
Bookzombie I don‘t know when I will get to it but I added Sandstorm to my TBR. I‘m pretty sure I will love it. 🙂 2w
TheSpineView I have not read Rollins. Another to add to my growing list! Thanks for playing! 2w
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Jenny Lawson‘s bookstore in my neighborhood is slightly delayed until the new year. Darn! I was hoping to do Christmas shopping there! But I am still so excited about it!

wanderinglynn That‘s so cool that you live right there! I ordered a mug because I love her logo. I hope to visit her bookstore at some point. 2w
Suet624 Oh, darn. I didn‘t know it was delayed. 2w
Texreader @wanderinglynn @Suet624 The article says she‘s struggling with getting permits and a contractor. I‘m not surprised in our neighborhood, which will hand out permits to big money but fight tooth and nail with the little guy. Anyway, it‘s a hike from my house but I could do it years ago. Maybe it will be incentive for me to build up my walking endurance! I‘m so excited about this! 2w
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You‘d think I‘d get enough of reading about the Alamo, I‘ve been there too many times to count and driven by it hundreds of times, but I don‘t. And I like this author‘s style of writing non-fiction. So I‘m very excited to see this new book! Tagging my fave fictional account by a brilliant Texas historian in the comments.

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Thanks @AprilMae for this great idea!

Fill out the form if you'd like to join!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9OW5qeeQuFA-nU9-eWYHCDBMbEZC2yHuIbyuJ...

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The Confusion | Neal Stephenson
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This looks so good!

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Our street is the best (Byers‘ house is a friend‘s place a few blocks down)!! The street is closed and we get a food truck and we attract the “worst” sorts.

kamoorephoto The guy on the bottom right is frightening... 3w
GingerAntics That‘s actually a cool idea!!! Sounds so fun, and great for the neighbourhood! 3w
Erofan Cool 👍 3w
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Dead Man's Ransom | Ellis Peters
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On to book 9 in the Brother Cadfael series.

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Always good to hear how we can squeeze in more reading, BUT...why isn‘t Litsy mentioned? Clearly someone needs to introduce Oprah to Litsy.

Read in O, The Oprah Magazine: https://apple.news/AvG2jl17PRd-j3WiDGVNuNA

Sace I agree! I'm very pro-Litsy. I wish it had been mentioned along with bookstagram (I'm not a fan. Sorry.) 3w
Chrissyreadit Yes! Litsy is amazing. 🖤🖤🖤 It seems quieter than usual. Has anyone else noticed? 3w
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Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Is anyone else excited to see if this version can do better than the last (at least the Gary Oldman version, which was terrible)? Here‘s a link to this article: https://apple.news/AnSeHUMFHOXmFk25NkzVRKw

I keep hoping to see a movie made of The Historian, my fave Dracula story next to Stoker of course

Sace I saw the trailer, but it didn't move me. I haven't read the book. I have started it for a read along with @Cinfhen though. Personally I'm attached to the Bela Lugosi/Carlos Villar/Lupita Tover 1931 versions. 😊 3w
Sace *Tovar 3w
Cinfhen I‘ve never seen any film and this is my first time reading @Sace I‘m really loving the audio (edited) 3w
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sudi I had no idea they were doing a new adaptation, i have heard about the gary oldman one but haven't watched it 3w
Dragon Can‘t wait! 🧛‍♀️ 3w
Branwen Oh wow! I had no idea that they were doing a new adaptation! How freaking awesome! I also love The Historian. It's one of my favorite books ever! 2w
Texreader @Branwen I could sing The Historian‘s praises for a year. I love that book. Great minds you know! 😁 2w
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Orphan Train Escape | Rachel Wesson
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I‘m not sure how much longer this free deal on Amazon will last but I was able to get it just now, almost midnight central time.

Eggs Thanks for tip! I‘m all about the freebies 3w
GingerAntics It‘s still free on Apple Books this afternoon! 3w
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Here you go @GingerAntics ! Just for you!

GingerAntics lol I snatched this up yesterday. I now have the full Ed West collection. lol 3w
Texreader @GingerAntics Fantastic!! 3w
GingerAntics I would totally use excerpts from these to teach an English history class. 3w
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How to Stop Time | Matt Haig
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Just finished some audio-gardening (mainly weeding). I‘m enjoying this one!