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itsjustme40something

itsjustme40something

Joined July 2019

Books are like pizza, even a bad book is still good simply because it's a book I've never regretted time spent on a book
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Pickpick

There's too much to write , so I'll keep it short & sweet....read this book

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Unknown Book 7535597 | Unknown Unknown
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Why are half the books I read impossible to find here ?

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Unknown Book 7535597 | Unknown Unknown
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This book speaks to anyone who has had their heart destroyed and life as they know it taken from them...Of Grief, Garlic and Gratitude by Kris Francoeur

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Anyone else get a chance to read this?? Wanna share your thoughts?

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If you love either of these two , or just want a belly aching ,eye tearing laugh..dig in

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So excited to start this

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Unknown Book 7535597 | Unknown Unknown
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Gonna give this indie author find a whirl

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Split-Level: A Novel | Sande Boritz Berger
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Panpan

Was slow, and hard to get into

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Harry Potter | JK Rowling
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Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic

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Pickpick

Well written, researched & thought out. A crime lovers happy place

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Pickpick

Not what I expected, but enjoying it all the same

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Mehso-so

I got this book as an ARC, and finally got to reading it. While it's well written, informative & interesting...it's only target is gen x'rs starting or in their midlife crisis

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Canni | Daniel O'Connor
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If you're looking for a new twist on a done story, I definitely recommend this. It's as if the Walking Dead & Cheech and Chong eloped to have a CNN baby. And yet somehow it works
A new world with a man made virus turning people into monsters , horror & humor, and weed....lots of weed

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Untitled | Unknown Author
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I'm not sure if this is allowed, if not let me know & I'll delete. I'm in need of people to review my book. Whether your own blog, goodreads and/or Amazon. If interested message me. If you have any questions about the book beforehand just ask. Thanks

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Mrs. Everything | Jennifer Weiner
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I have always been a fan of Jennifer Wiener. Her characters have always been relatable and engaging with stories I've always been entertained by. This book is different from her others in the overall message. She skillfully presents the struggles women have faced & still. I say skillfully because non of it sounds sanctimonious or bashes you over the head, as its the skillfully woven backstory. The unnamed character that's ever present

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Missing Her | J. L. Willow
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The book Missing her by indi author J.L. Willow is a must read for anyone who loves a good story. While there are a few minor flaws the story is incredibly interesting & innovative. This young and upcoming author takes a contemporary approach to what is, at heart, is great storytelling.
The book makes for a quick and easy read

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Imaginary Friend | Steven Chbosky
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I was lucky enough to get my hands on this book coming out in Oct. 3 extraordinary things happened.
1) I stayed up til the wee hours of the night, unable to put this down.
2) I was left thoroughly unnerved by nothing more than my imagination running wild as this story had gotten under my skin.
3) A plot twist I never saw coming forced me to lay the book down, walk away & quietly contemplate how many other things I've gotten so completely wrong.

RaimeyGallant Great way to do a review! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 3mo
itsjustme40something Thank you, I will definitely check that out, as I need all the help I can get ! 3mo
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