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jeannasser

Joined November 2019

Professional Book Nerd & Co-Author of Ill Shadows https://amzn.to/3shNu3d I have a booktok (39.8K👤 | 2.8M 👍) https://bit.ly/jeantok
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Beauty's Punishment by A N Roquelaure
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It Ends With Us | Colleen Hoover
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In 2023, to hell with the 10 rating scale! I‘m going to rate out of 5 from now on like a normal person (except instead of stars it‘s going to be jeans. Get it? Because my name is Jean? 😀 Anyways…)

This is my 2nd read of 2023! This book has gotten a lot of sudden backlash recently. It went from being the most loved book in the community to being a guilty pleasure among readers. I have one question for y‘all

Did we read the same book? 1/4

jeannasser I thought this book was amazing and totally deserving of the praise it originally got. While the writing style is extremely simple, Colleen delivers and brings her A game with the character development. Getting to go deep into Lily‘s mind and her past was an experience of its own. Colleen makes you feel every ounce of hurt the story brings to the table. I liked how raw and honest everything was. This is not a romance book 2/4 (edited) 1y
jeannasser so I understand people‘s frustrations when going into this expecting a cute romance about a girl opening up a flower shop and meeting the guy of her dreams. That‘s NOT what this is. This book represents a realistic view into domestic violence and the victim‘s internal struggle to find strength. As someone who has been in Lily‘s shoes, I appreciate the fact that this book raises awareness on such a topic. 3/4 1y
jeannasser And that ENDING. It destroyed me emotionally that‘s for sure. I haven‘t sobbed this much with a book in a long time. While there is so much pain emanating from this story, in the end it still felt like a warm hug. Please don‘t let the hate keep you from giving this a chance. Just because some people don‘t enjoy it doesn‘t mean you won‘t either. 4/4 (edited) 1y
marleed Yes, it liked this book and looked forward to the sequel which I also liked. My thoughts when reading CoHo is that she is aware and responsible to the young followers. I like how She wrote this story. 1y
Reggie Oh, man. When she asked those 3 questions to Ryle after having the baby I had snot coming down my nose. Lol, I loved this book and reading her author‘s note gave me a real appreciation for the author. 1y
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The Female of the Species | Mindy McGinnis
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HAPPY NEW YEAR, LITTENS!
I know I barely post on here nowadays but that‘s gonna change this new year (hopefully 😅)!
In 2022, I read a total of 15 books (29 if you add a bunch of old short stories I read) It was a great reading year. I enjoyed almost every book, mostly very underground stuff. I can‘t wait to see what my reading journey will look like this year. Will make another post showing all the books in a grid 🥰

How are you guys??

Scochrane26 I‘m great this morning. Glad you posted. 2y
marleed Love the tab display! 2y
Gissy Great! 📚📚📚📚👏👏👏👏 2y
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Larkken The tabs are super cool! 2y
bthegood Good to see/read you 🙂- Happy New Year - 2y
jeannasser @Scochrane26 🥰🥰🥰 that‘s great! And thanks!! 2y
jeannasser @marleed thank you!! 😭🥰 I tried to not tab EVERY book so I wouldn‘t run out, if not I would‘ve tabbed even more 2y
jeannasser @Gissy 😁😁😁😁🥰🥰🥰🥰 2y
jeannasser @Larkken thank you so much! Gonna tab a lot more this year 😁 2y
jeannasser @bthegood happy new year to you too!! Good to read you too! 🥰 missed you guys 2y
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Scream For Us | Molly Doyle
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Horror & smut fans? This is for you! This is the complete opposite of Malice, which I reviewed yesterday. If you come into this expecting plot and character development, you‘re gonna be disappointed. This is nothing but the author‘s very dark fantasy about masked men, but written out in the best way possible. It was enjoyable and it kept me on edge. I recommend this to anyone looking for a quick but sexy read. Check the trigger warnings though…

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Malice | Coralee June
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Was reading this bad boy during Halloween and I finished it yesterday. This book is beautiful, and I know that might be a weird statement to make considering the fact that this is a reverse harem dark mafia romance. But believe me, this is not a smut book. It has smut, a lot of it, but the book is much more than that. It's a story of letting go, about literally facing your demons and letting them challenge you.

jeannasser I love how we got to see the vulnerable side of the Civella brothers and what makes them so dangerous and “evil.” It goes to show you that we're all human beings, no matter what. This is a fun, action packed, and lustful read. Can't recommend it enough. But if you go into this expecting just hardcore smut with no storyline, you're gonna be disappointed. These characters are gonna stay with me for a while. Protect Anthony at all costs 2y
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Malice | Coralee June
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Have you read this?

I‘m glad I‘m finally out of my reading slump. Also reading Beauty‘s Punishment by Anne Rice and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.

I know this one is already gonna be a five star read and I‘m only 16% in. So far I completely feel for Juliet and I love how casual Anthony is about everything.

I‘ll post my review of Scream For Us soon since I completely forgot to 😭

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Scream For Us | Molly Doyle
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😏😏😏😏😏😏😏🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭🤭

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Scream For Us | Molly Doyle
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Introduced to me by my fellow booktok peeps. It‘s about to get spicy in here 😏

Who here has read this? 🙋🏻‍♂️

Pigpen_Reads I liked this. I want to go back and listen to the audiobook 😏 2y
jeannasser @Pigpen_Reads I think they had a little too much fun when recording the audiobook 😭😭 2y
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Uh...I can barely remember my password and now you want me to get my thoughts together after all that insanity??? That whole ending sequence is what made the story for me. It was an experience. A nail biting yet disturbing ride. F.R. Díaz doesn't sugarcoat. She doesn't just give you a glimpse of how horrible reality is and how depraved some people can be. No, she pries your eyes open and shows you the full picture, whether you like it or not.

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TO ALL MY LISTEN-TO-MUSIC-WHILE-READING FOLKS! Don‘t know if anyone would be interested in this but what the heck 😂🤷‍♂️ Every day I‘m gonna share an ambient album recommendation for reading without any vocals or crazily distracting instrumentation.

Today we‘re going with an album that has a haunting atmosphere, setting the perfect mood for my current tagged read. The whole quartet is amazing but vol. 2 has a darker vibe to it.

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Horror books that find a way to dig deep into the villain‘s depraved mind? Sign me up!

Currently reading! 54%

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Beta reading this book from the same author of The Effects of Her Nerium, which I read earlier this year and loved. This book is from an indie author, self-published, far from being popular, yet it‘s already blowing Mexican Gothic out the window. Better writing, characters, everything. If you‘re under the mentality that indie = 🗑, you obviously haven‘t given them a try. You‘re the one missing out on great stories like these 🤷‍♂️
Read F.R. Diaz!!

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Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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First (and hopefully only) bail of the year. This book has more mushrooms than the Super Mario universe. Mushrooms are now my least favorite pizza topping. Thank you Mexican Gothic.

jeannasser What the absolute fuck was that twist? Seriously was this book inspired by Mario? What happens every time Mario takes a mushroom? He powers up and his lifespan increases. That‘s exactly what happens to the Doyle family in this book! They breathe in the mushrooms in the house and live longer. They also have to literally mate with each other in order to prolong the bloodline. Ew no. Bye 2y
mcctrish 🤣🤣🤣 2y
Kempfme Lol! This was a tough read. 2y
jeannasser @Kempfme it truly was 😤😤 2y
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Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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20% in. So far the only scary thing that has happened in this book is that there was a library filled with books covered in mildew.

persephone1408 @jeannasser I literally lol'd when I read your comment. Yes I didn't like this book very much but I did still finish it. 2y
TalesandTexts I think the ending is definitely interesting and weird enough to stick around for. But there is a bit much of setting the stage for a large chunk of the book. 2y
IMASLOWREADER lol…there were creepy parts throughout the story…it was a meh for me as well but finished it 2y
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jeannasser @persephone1408 I couldn‘t finish it so you‘re stronger than me 😭😭 2y
jeannasser @TalesandTexts exactly! There was so much info dumping whenever she interacted with Francis or Marta and it made me not care for a lot of stuff in the story. Catalina is supposed to be the center and driving force of the plot but she was barely in the book to begin with 😂 I wish the history of the miners was shown to me instead of just info dumped 2y
jeannasser @IMASLOWREADER Yeah there was a bit of a creepy atmosphere. I feel like the whole Doyle situation was discomforting and it made me cringe in a good way. That‘s really the only positive I can find 😭 2y
persephone1408 @jeannasser yea it was the audiobook, so I didn't have to pay a lot of attention lol 2y
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The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty | Anne Rice, A. N. Roquelaure
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Yes after a few weeks without posting on here, this is what I come back with. I‘ve been super active on tiktok sharing reading vlogs on a book that‘s SO raunchy and kinky to the point where it‘s disturbing, as you can probably tell from my reaction here. To hell with Den of Vipers.

If u wanna follow me there and see me suffering with this book by all means, https://bit.ly/3oFpKUb

Has anyone read tagged book? If so what are your memories with it?

LibrarianRyan I have been watching your videos and laughing. I have a favorite part of each book. Have you got to the bees yet? Nice to see you here (I am the same screen name there). 2y
JamieArc I mean, now I‘m just super curious 😂😂 2y
Bookishlie I read them in high school, it was weirdly raunchy yet so using so much clinical language. I think she was going for a “story of O” vibe but missed, then again I was like 18 and now I‘m 48 so might get a whole different vibe from it this time. Lol 2y
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5feet.of.fury I read this 20‘+ years ago and still think about the Bridal Path. I feel like it was a rite of passage. 2y
jeannasser @JamieArc not you stack adding it 😭😭😭😭 2y
jeannasser @LibrarianRyan OMG hi!! I‘m so glad you‘re enjoying them !! 😭 I haven‘t gotten to the bees yet 🙃 My fav part so far is the queen‘s chamber chapter because of how insane it was 💀 but the statue part was traumatizing 🙂 2y
jeannasser @Bookishlie i agree but I think because it‘s like medieval fairy tale talk, I guess she tried to imply that into the prose 😂 2y
jeannasser @5feet.of.fury THAT PRT WAS HORRIFYING 💀 I‘m gonna have nightmares with Pages running towards me on horseback with paddles😭 2y
bthegood love the booktok - 😅 2y
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The Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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If y‘all are lying about this one…

sprainedbrain Omg that book. ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
jeannasser @sprainedbrain scared to read it 😭 I don‘t wanna be disappointed 2y
LoverOfLearning What did you think?! 2y
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The Last 8 | Laura Pohl
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I just realized I actually rated this book an 8. Let‘s try to ignore the unintentional pun there shall we??
What can I say? As cliché as it sounds, this whole thing was a roller coaster of emotions. I could be laughing at something sassy a character says and by the next page, my heart would race out of my chest hoping one of them will be okay. The last few chapters melted my brain to mush and I even recommend this to those who don‘t like sci-fi 1

jeannasser Clover is one of the most exciting MCs I‘ve ever come across in YA. Seeing the story unravel through her eyes truly made this book special. Whether it is through her sarcastic comebacks or her most emotional inner dialogues, she will keep you entertained. My only complaints with the book are these; I was feeling iffy at the beginning. Some typical YA stereotypes were being brought up and it took a little while for the story to fully take off 2 2y
jeannasser Other issue I have is with the writing style. I don‘t expect a Nevernight/SoA style of writing in everything I read, but HOLY FISH STICKS was the writing in this book FLAT AS A WALL. Like literally telling instead of showing in EVERYTHING. These may sound like reasons for me to rate it lower than I did, but trust me. The story and characters kept me on edge and at the end, I‘m FULLY satisfied with what I read. Give this a try. Very accessible 3 2y
jeannasser I feel really really really stupid for not seeing that twist coming. It was right in front of my face. The aliens can‘t see them and they‘re immune to the alien‘s attacks? Why? OBVIOUSLY BECAUSE THEYRE NOT FREAKING HUMAN EITHER! It was soooooo obvious but at the same time I‘m glad I didn‘t figure it out. So good job to Laura for not making it too crystal clear I guess 2y
jeannasser Also I KNEW a character was gonna die considering the fact that the next book is called The First 7, however, when Adam died it still hit a nerve. I didn‘t expect it to be him and then so suddenly. Laura chose the right character to kill off and make me suffer for. Also while I love Violet‘s growth I do feel like she switched up WAY TOO FAST from having beef with Clover to almost NONE, but no big deal 2y
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The Last 8 | Laura Pohl
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Just when I thought taking a pic of my reading buddy Juana was impossible. Well here she is! 🥰 she says hi! Say hi back 😑

Clwojick Hi Juana! 💕 2y
Catsandbooks Adorable!! 2y
Chrissyreadit Hi Juana ❤️! 2y
Dragon Hi! 🐶💚🐉 2y
bthegood Juana is beautiful!! 2y
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The Last 8 | Laura Pohl
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Never related to anything more in my life 😂

Read and finished this last night as my last official read for June. Review coming soon

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The Effects of Her Nerium | Francheska D. Robles Diaz
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Forgot to update y‘all on this but I just recently finished this book. The photo is blank with no rating because it‘s been brought to my attention that I had read an older unrevised version of it, so I‘m gonna hold off on rating until I‘ve read the revised one. However this is definitely a pick. If you like gory (like super super gory) feminist psychological horror with lesbian rep then I highly recommend this book. A great message against SA.

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Far From You | Tess Sharpe
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Going Pitchfork style with my ratings from now on. FFY fuses many genres together, but I wouldn‘t recommend this as a mystery/thriller. I recommend this because it has great characters and pure raw emotion. It explores through the struggle of dealing with grief, loss, and substance abuse in an intense way that makes me understand Sophie‘s motives, even though they‘re wrong. 1/5

jeannasser When writing contemporary books with teenagers in a similar situation, it‘s so easy to make the narrator unlikeable or flat (like Mickey from Heroine. I‘m so sorry Mindy fans but i enjoyed this a lot more 😔) However, I LOVED Sophie. She‘s strong and straightforward, and you see her growth not only in the present, but throughout several flashback chapters. 2/5 2y
jeannasser This is not your typical coming of age book. It‘s heartbreaking, romantic, and intense. Going deep into her personal struggles and her dedication to finding out the truth behind her best friend‘s murder, is what kept my hands glued to my physical copy. I wanna call this my read of the year so far, but the only thing that kept me from enjoying this more than Female of the Species is the ending. 3/5 2y
jeannasser The mystery reveal. What was that? It was so out of pocket and it left me scratching my head for a long time in a negative way. Didn‘t feel exciting to finally solve the mystery. It just left a bitter taste in my mouth, but overall I loved how Sophie‘s emotional and physical journey concluded, and THAT‘S what I feel people should focus on when going into this book. 4/5 2y
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jeannasser If you‘re looking for a fast-paced coming of age book with sapphic romance and large hints of mystery/thriller, then look no further than Far From You. I will read anything Tess Sharpe writes from now on. 5/5 2y
jeannasser Okay now a spoiler rant…of ALL characters that could‘ve been responsible for the murder and Jackie‘s disappearance…ADAM???? THE COACH??? Those characters didn‘t even have a quarter of page time in the book! I only suspected Adam when they introduced him but I quickly shrugged it off. The whole Coach sleeping with Jackie situation felt so out of pocket. It could‘ve done better in a different book much like Female of the Species, not here 2y
jeannasser Also Aunt Macy was SOOOOOO LIKEABLE and I loved her every time she opened her mouth. There was a perfect balance between her sass and the way she cared so much about Sophie. Why did she only show up for like a quarter of the book? 😭 I feel like she could‘ve done a great job as part of the team and trying to find the killer but oh well 😒 2y
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Far From You | Tess Sharpe
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Literally just finished this. I stared at the wall for a solid 10 minutes before getting up to post this. I‘ve read a ton of sad books, but this one made me feel emotions I‘ve never felt after reading a book. I‘m going to get some sleep and write a review tomorrow with a fresh mind. Love you all and please give this a read if you haven‘t yet ❤️

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Okay.

I only glanced at the first page because I was looking to grab an LGBT read from my shelf. How do you expect me to put it down after making those the first few sentences?? 😭 59 pages in. Haven‘t been able to put it down.

julesG Someone used a very large and interesting hook to reel you in. 2y
jeannasser @julesG Exactly! haven‘t been able to put it down since 2y
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The Effects of Her Nerium | Francheska D. Robles Diaz
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A TikTok still from a progress video that‘s still in my drafts 😂 This was my exact reaction to Ch 9 of The Effects of Her Nerium. Before this, I had never read something that has made me feel pain in my man parts plus pure joy and satisfaction all at once. This book isn‘t “hell no!” disturbing. It‘s “F#%K YEAH!” disturbing and I‘m here for it. 40% in. Let‘s see where we go from here

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Yum, Yum, Yummy | Martin Waddell
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I‘m starting to get a little more creative with my reading snacks. I will never tire of 91817186281822 spoonfuls of peanut butter in a sitting and trail mix but hey, you gotta change things up 😂 This is my new favorite. Avocado hummus with cucumbers as “chips” 😉

What‘s your reading snack? Comment below! 😁

Brb I‘m gonna make another post about smoothies and shakes because that‘s another recent obsession of mine.

Susanita That looks delicious! 2y
jeannasser @Susanita ikrrrrrr!! It is 🥰 2y
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Den of Vipers | K a Knight
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Stills from a TikTok I posted weeks ago that got a lot of attention 😂 Apparently I‘m not the only one that felt this way about DOV. So now I‘m asking the Litsy community; how did you feel about the graphic content in this book? Was it enjoyable, disturbing, or tame? I‘m daring myself to read something that‘s apparently worse by smuttok standards; Skeleton King by Charity B.

Pray for me 😀😀

#denofvipers #smut #darkromance #mafiaromance

5feet.of.fury 🤣🤣🤣 I haven‘t read it but now I‘m curious 👹 2y
sprainedbrain Clearly I need to follow you on tiktok. 😂 2y
jeannasser @5feet.of.fury I suggest doing a bit of research beforehand so you know what you're getting into 😭 although some people in my comments were like “I didn't think it was that bad I've read way worse“ 😀 idk maybe I'm just a normie to dark romance 😂 2y
jeannasser @sprainedbrain LMAO yes!! Please do :) it's @jeansbooks 2y
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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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“Your hair is a blank canvas, a slogan, a personal mantra. Whatever you wanna call it. It‘s one of the few temporary expressions of yourself that your body creates,” she says, pulling hard at my hair. “You can do whatever feels right at any given moment without worrying about messing it up. A new blank canvas will grow. What can go wrong?” 

A quote by Amber from our book ILL SHADOWS! (More in the comments!)

jeannasser A few days ago, our own character inspired me to embrace a part of me I‘ve always been insecure about, my hair. With my long hair, I was carrying a lot of stress from lockdown and the pandemic. Now I‘ve cut it all away. Opening myself up to a new chapter and a new page. This is my blank canvas. What can go wrong? 😜 2y
KateReadsYA Good for you! Here's to good vibes. 👍 2y
jeannasser @KateReadsYA THANK YOUUUU!!!!! 🤗 💝 2y
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KateReadsYA @jeannasser you're welcome!! 🤩 2y
bthegood It looks good (from what I can see 😉) and thank you for sharing your vulnerability and your strength - interesting how something like our hair can play such a big role in defining us - make a great day - 2y
persephone1408 I am 40%thru it. I'm really enjoying it but I work 2 jobs so... Its probably going to be a while. 2y
WJCintron @persephone1408 😊🙌🙏😃 2y
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It‘s been a while since I‘ve written anything poem related so I thought I‘d give this Instagram horror prompts challenge a go. Here‘s an acrostic I just wrote with a narrative twist 👀

What do you guys think? ☺️

BookDragonNotWorm That's great! Very vivid imagery!!! 2y
jeannasser @BookDragonNotWorm thank you so much!! 😭🥰😭🥰 2y
bthegood I can picture it - very good - 2y
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I don‘t think I need to explain this one.
This book has more of a mystery/thriller vibe than the first one, and I‘m here for it.

#zodiacacademy #ruthlessfae

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Heroine | Mindy McGinnis
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This one is shaping up to be a miss for me from McGinnis‘s catalog 🫤 I‘m questioning my reading palate too since this seems to be in everyone‘s top 2 fav McGinnis books. Maybe FOTS set my expectations WAY too high or my mood reader senses are not in the mood. That‘s why I‘m setting it aside. IDK, but I just can‘t help but feel “meh” about almost everything in this book. I find Mickey‘s reasoning behind her addiction way too weak. 😭

jeannasser DISCLAIMER: Don‘t be surprised if my review of this when I do finish it ends up being a 10 or something like that. My mood reader self works like this. If I‘m not in the mood for contemporary I‘m not going to enjoy the book because I‘m just not in the mood. 😭😭 2y
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Kind of a cheesy meme but still relatable.
It‘s now May and I‘m hoping for this to be a good reading month since I could barely read in April.
How we doing, Littens??? 😻

Karisa Accurate! I‘ve bought so many books in the last week. . . It‘s a problem. Justifying it by thinking they are mostly for my classroom. I can stop anytime I want to… 😂 2y
Gissy 🙋🏽‍♀️ 2y
jeannasser @Karisa we always look for an excuse 😂😭 2y
jeannasser @Gissy 🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️ 2y
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Insomnia | Stephen King
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This one pretty much explains itself

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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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Hi,
First, Happy Easter 🐣🐇🐰 !! I hope you‘re all having a blessed day! 🥰
2. For the umpteenth time, sorry for not being active enough. There hasn‘t been much to update you guys about 😭 Still reading Zodiac Academy 2 and it‘s been fun getting used to the new place.
Enough beating around the bush—
Here‘s my first picture of me and my child 😂! Holding my debut book in my hands is a dream come true! First book and working hard for more to come

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I missed Tory so much
#currentlyreading

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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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I see these types of bookish challenges on TikTok all the time so I thought I‘d bring them over to Litsy 🥰🥰

I tried this first with my own book Ill Shadows. Sounds about right 😂

Play, tag 3 Litten friends and share! Looking forward to seeing your entries 🥰

Use the hashtag #Page123

MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Ha! My word was “Hundreds”! 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂 (edited) 2y
5feet.of.fury “Infamous” 2y
persephone1408 My word is "all" 2y
Deblovestoread Scrap….hmmm….. 2y
AmandaBlaze Tables...hmm. 2y
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“THE SCENT OF a burning body still lingered in the air, catching in the back of my throat and making my scowl deepen.”

Excerpt From
Zodiac Academy: Ruthless Fae: An Academy Bully Romance (Supernatural Bullies and Beasts Book 2)
Caroline Peckham
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Thought I‘d join in even though I‘m 1 day early hehe 😜
#firstlinefridays

ShyBookOwl Ohhhh I bought book 1 of this series and totally forgot about it 😅 I'll have to crack it open sometime soon! Great first line. 2y
jeannasser @ShyBookOwl I‘m sure you won‘t regret it 🥰 this series is way too good! I thought it was going to be one of those overhyped booktok books but it was worth the hype! Once you start you can‘t stop reading because there‘s always something crazy going on. I love books like that. 2y
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Unwind | Neal Shusterman
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1. Uhhhhhhhhhhh….Orchid? ‘Cause of the Opeth album? Idk 😭
2. Gonna answer both. Unwind by Neal Shusterman will forever be my comfort read. A book where you can send your unruly children to have their body parts and organs amputated and donated to other people in need. Very comforting indeed 🥰 My comfort genre constantly switches from high fantasy and sci-fi.
3. Honesty.
#wondrouswednesday

Eggs Thanks for joining in 👍🏼 2y
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Peeping Tom | Howard Jacobson
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WJCintron 😂 😂 😂
So relatable!!
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BookDragonNotWorm I thought I was the only one with a screenshot 'library'! 😂 2y
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1. The MC‘s character development and how I was able to root for her every step of the way. That‘s the reason why I felt every bit of tension in the story despite the book‘s obvious flaws.
2. I wish that there was even more to the mystery rather than what was revealed at the end. So maybe a sequel could‘ve had an even bigger twist waiting to be unfolded and causing more trouble in the ship.
#two4tuesday

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 2y
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READER SINFUL CONFESSION TIME:

Raise your hand if you‘re a mood reader!
Yup me too 🙋‍♂️ (I‘m raising all four of my limbs)

It can be a real pain in the peach but here‘s my situation:
I could be halfway or even finishing a book I love, and if my mood reader senses say “Nope. Go read some depressing contemporary.” Then that‘s exactly what I‘ll do. That‘s why I have 4 books I‘m putting off while I satisfy my fantasy cravings.

Just me, right?😔

CBee Nope, not just you 🙋‍♀️🤦‍♀️ 2y
WJCintron Hardcore mood reader! 🙌 😂 2y
bthegood That is why I am usually reading a few books at one time - so I can switch back and forth - no, it's not just you 🙂 2y
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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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My speakers are gonna sue me for blasting this at max volume today. That‘s what happens when you‘re exhausted from moving and just wanna air drum while cleaning and unpacking. If you‘re in that mood, try our book playlist 😊
My fav songs on there are any by Bring Me the Horizon, Pull the Cord by High Dive Heart, & Resistance by Muse.

The Playlist: https://spoti.fi/3JeIkKL
Book Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3uW8ZGT
My Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3uWxQum

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The obstacles you face in life are always supposed to make you stronger. Pain makes you a warrior. Use it to your advantage and face life with battle scars

🤺🤺🤺

#ThinkPositiveBePositive

KateReadsYA I love this, so true! 2y
Ast_Arslan Love this one 😍 2y
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WJCintron LOVE it!! 💓 2y
jeannasser @WJCintron me too! This is officially quote of the month 🥰 2y
jeannasser @Ast_Arslan 🥰🙏🙏 2y
Gissy Wise words! 🙌❤️❤️❤️ 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I totally agree with this!! 💗 2y
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What app do y‘all use to keep track of the books you read? 🥰

I use Reading List for iOS

BookDragonNotWorm I use Goodreads out of habit. 2y
Graywacke LibraryThing, Goodreads, Litsy, StoryGraph… (and word and excel) ☺️ 2y
persephone1408 I use my reading record & read more 2y
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brittanyreads Litsy and Storygraph! 2y
wanderinglynn Goodreads & StoryGraph 2y
BookNAround Litsy, Storygraph, and LibraryThing. 2y
rwmg LibraryThing and Litsy. I tried Byzans for a while, but it proved more trouble than it was worth. 2y
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Bookly, Litsy, Goodreads, and StoryGraph. 2y
bthegood I use StoryGraph - that and Litsy are the only social media I use - 🙂 2y
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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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Two more reviews from our readers! Love reading your thoughts! Thanks for the love, guys!! 🥰🤗

#amazon #kindleunlimited #scifi #authorsoflitsy #newbook #gothic #paranormal #lgbtbooks #sapphicbooks #sapphic

WJCintron 😍 😃 2y
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These are the two books I read this month. Enjoyed both of them so that alone makes it worth a good reading month for me 🥰 at the end of the day, it‘s quality over quantity!
How many books did you read in March and what was your fav?

(PS…I have no idea why the hue in my camera today made this picture look like I‘m in the middle of a Saw trap game)

Gissy I liked The Female of the Species. So sad too. I read 13 books this month. My fav was Hamnet but I enjoyed most of them. There were a couple of thrillers/suspense that I really liked. 2y
bthegood I read 11 (4 were graphic novels) - my favorite was Batman: The Long Halloween - have a good week 🙂 2y
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Heroine | Mindy McGinnis
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Here are the pup pics you guys requested 🥰 Meet Juana!

GondorGirl Hello, beautiful Juana! 🥰 2y
BookDragonNotWorm What a sweet looking pup!!! 😍 2y
wanderinglynn What a sweet face! ❤️ 2y
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Gissy Hi Juana🐶❤️❤️❤️ 2y
Megabooks Cute!! 🤩🤩 2y
WJCintron 🤗 My fur baby! 😍 ❤ 😘 2y
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Female of the Species | Mindy McGinnis
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I‘m sorry I don‘t post on here as often as I‘d like. @WJCintron must have superpowers or something. Moving has been insane, but we‘re making a lot of progress and should be done soon😁
Anyways here is my best read of the month! (Very easy to choose because I could only read 2 books this month 🥰) Also I zoomed in on the bracket because my inner Virgo won‘t let the book covers look so small in the graph 🤠.

What‘s your read of the month?? 🥰

WJCintron LOL 😂 Yup! That inner Virgo of yours drives me insane. 🙄 2y
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Ill Shadows | WJ Cintron, Jean Nasser
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First fan pics!! Let‘s goooo! 🥰🥰🥰
Grab your copy and take a selfie with it to be included in my wall of fan pics!
Use the hashtag #FoxtailSelfie on any social media 😊

https://amzn.to/3CSZw6T

Who‘s reading?

WJCintron 😍 😍 LOVE it!! 2y
AmandaBlaze You know I read it! Still thinking about the characters. 2y
jeannasser @AmandaBlaze 🥰🥰they live in my head rent free. And even after we finish the trilogy they‘re still gonna be part of our family 😭 2y
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Also started buddy reading this one with my booktok friend Kandice. Off to a good start so far 😊

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I'm Sad | Michael Ian Black
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Last picture of my TBR desk before these beauties are all stacked up in boxes. Tried to get to them before the month ended but that wasn‘t possible. Only leaving Heroine and Darker Shade of Magic out to read in the meantime. Opening up a new chapter of our lives in a new home. This space that we‘ve lived in for 8 months will hold so many memories. I published my first book here, and I will publish my 2nd and many more in the new one.
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Gissy Interesting books in those stacks! Waiting for those future books! Exito! 2y
jeannasser @Gissy thank you!! 🥰 looking forward to working on them. Also yeah I can‘t wait to get to all these books 😭 2y
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