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kremi

kremi

Joined April 2021

I spend a lot of time with myself. People call it loneliness, I call it self - love.
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An incredible thriller set amidst the breathtaking winter views of the Canadian city of Mont-Treblan, Quebec. Today's challenges are children caught up in drugs, racial, sexual and religious intolerance and emigration. of freedom and a better life.How far can the meaning of the word Welcome be extended?And what are the levels of tolerance? In the midst of all the extremism of our day, we must protect the lives of our children.

Allkat Sounds interesting 👍 1w
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Grace in Autumn | Lori Copeland, Angela Elwell Hunt
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My Thanksgiving read! Happy Thanksgiving to all!🍁❤🙏🦃

Aims42 Happy Thanksgiving!! ❤️🧡💛 2w
kremi Blessed Thanksgiving! 🙏❤🍁 2w
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Right Here Waiting: A Deep Haven Novel | Susan May Warren, Michelle Sass Aleckson
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Yeah!I am ready to dance the dance of the satisfied reader!Is there such a dance?I don't know, but because of this book I am happy and full of festive mood.There are times when regret for our old mistakes and missed opportunities threatens to catch us in its sticky webs.But when the pain overwhelms our consciousness, loneliness is a bad ally.Only the presence of people next to us can lift us from our fallen position.A so delicate book!🍁🦃❤

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Right Here Waiting: A Deep Haven Novel | Susan May Warren, Michelle Sass Aleckson
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I hadn't come across such a fascinating, fun and warm book in a long time. On student days in late November, it's like the wonderful bright and relaxing Hallmark movies. A cozy place by the fireplace, a cup of hot tea and this book - just before Thanksgiving.
#Thanksgiving #fallmood #cozytime #home #readinglist #sogood #readingpleasure #silence #eveningtime

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An Uncommon Earl is an example of how, if we offer someone a good attitude, we can give you the opportunity to reveal your strengths. You may not suddenly have the courage, character and empathy. Well, some people, taking their planted hand, can get on our heads.Sian Ann Bessey paints several such people, which is a good spirit for changing destinies and the future. And the image of a three-year-old child is a guarantee of fun and affection!

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No Rest for the Dead | David Baldacci, Kathy Reichs, Alexander McCall Smith, Et Al, Jeffrey Deaver
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All the writers who created this thriller have thought and written as one.It is as if the idea originated simultaneously in all authors.Whatever happened, the result is there.Breathtaking start.Tense events that are constantly escalating and an end that I personally did not expect.

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Tailspin | Sandra Brown
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The thickest fog ever recorded over Atlanta. The night before Thanksgiving. A shipment that must take off immediately and be delivered at all costs. Is there a pilot, experienced enough (or crazy enough) to pick up his car in the dark? And what would justify the risk?Everyone lives with the darkest moments of his past,trapped in his mind and devastated his heart. But when the soul has kept its purity, the right decisions find their way.Great book!

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Healing Hearts | Sarah M. Eden
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In the book, everything revolves around doctors - practice, ethics, lack of privacy.And very generously and honestly Sarah Eden paints the types of medics.The action in the book Healing Hearts takes place in 1876 in Wyoming.Difficult times for a new nation.But circumstances are a mirror image of our contemporary reality.It's good to read books!Not everything is on Google!And not everything they broadcast on television is reliable information!

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Woodrose Mountain | RaeAnne Thayne
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In Cover Of Night,the tranquility of a small mountain town is blown away overnight. And in a close-knit community, everyone shows that he can whole; to wake up every morning, to move, to fall asleep in the evening, make a choice when that chance stands at your door.

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Miss Wilton's Waltz | Josi S. Kilpack
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A book that, instead of a light, cheerful and entertaining novel, turned out to be a penetrating and emotional approach to the difficult topic of integration into society.Because people are different, with different attitudes, values and demands. Those who find joy in the quiet company of books, in the enjoyment of music, or in evening walks by the river, are lost in noisy company.

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One of my favorite authors! I'm so glad to read this book!🧡🍁💛🍁❤

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Miss Wilton's Waltz | Josi S. Kilpack
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A book that broke my heart!

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Storm | Janie Crouch
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Storm Can't help but admire - that's how it's designed. A book about the grief, pain, humiliation and the whole range of mental traumas that women victims of domestic violence will bear for the rest of their lives. When / and if / they get out of the nightmare, it will be difficult for them to continue their life without looking over their shoulder and without shrinking from any louder sound.And not every woman is lucky enough for Marilyn.

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Eric Dragny writes fascinatingly, combining his travelogue with a sense of humor and playfulness. Although a descendant of a Norwegian immigrant to America, living in Norway with his family is not easy. And as a foreigner in an unknown land, he often meets the order there with high raised eyebrows.

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Pride of Eden: A Novel | Taylor Brown
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As I read about Rangers on missions to Vietnam, Cambodia, Sudan, Iraq crying over the corpse of a shot lion, a rhinoceros killed by its horn, or a leopard by its skin, the thought flashed through my mind that this world was coming to an end. if such people are a minority. By rescuing the mighty wild animals, they seek their own salvation. From nightmares in the evening, from panic attacks, from mental pain and those from wounds and injuries.

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Pride of Eden: A Novel | Taylor Brown
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The books I read this week are very different from each other. Emotional and thought-provoking. But they have one thing in common - evaluation.
#evaluation #curentlyreading #emotions #weekendreading #fallmood #nature #world #love #poweroflife

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Autumn Skies | Denise Hunter
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A book that reveals the beauty of October and the colorful magic of autumn in the mountain town of Bluebelle, North Carolina. The change in seasons will bring a change in the life of two sisters and brother. The step that is preparing to make will allow each of them to follow the aspirations, zone of heart and dreams. But we never win something without losing another!

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Autumn Skies | Denise Hunter
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The book is in sync with the season. The weather outside is for warm sweaters, a comfortable place to read and tea. Autumn skies by Denise Hunter makes the atmosphere of this rainy day even more cozy. 🍁🌧📚🍁
#booknook #cozyvibes #fallreading #autumnvibes #homereading #windowset #seasons #comfortable #curentlyreading

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This Treacherous Journey | Misty M. Beller
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My currently reading this week. Fall mood .🍁💛📚
#October #readinglist #journey #autumnvibes #historical #fiction #hearlybook

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The Heir | Johanna Lindsey
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I really had fun with the characters in Joanna Lindsey's The Heir! The dialogues, filled with a sense of humor and playfulness, were a real pleasure. Sabrina was an incredibly fun minion and managed to improve everyone's mood by looking at life from his fun side. And whoever was close to her bright personality remained satisfied and smiling. Everyone wants to have such a friend by their side - to get us out of our thoughts.

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Sugar Birds: A Novel | Cheryl Grey Bostrom
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A great experience! Traveling in a world of frustration, personal protest and collecting debris. Trees. Birds. Fire. Survival. Maturation. Discovering the value of people - when the appearance lies and when under the labels we put are actually hidden soul and hearts,as big as the whole forest . Everything that lies beneath the surface of our personalities. It smolders like embers. Until he is awakened to burn to full resurrection! 🍁

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Where We Belong | Lynn Austin
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I have known myself so many times in this book! Me and my desire for freedom. I also strive to find people with whom I have intellectual conversations. Me and my desire to know the world ...
#curentlyreading #bookjoy #journey #September #reading #newbook #fallmood

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If You Love Me | Ciara Knight
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" Each taste is only as good as the love I pour into it.”
It's my currently reading book. It's a so lovely book, just for the fall !??
#autumn #readinglist #currentlyreading #lovelynovel #CiaraKnight #ifyouloveme #fallmood #atmosphere #nature #colors

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Letters to Sam" came to me by chance, reaching for a shelf of overpriced books in the bookstore. And as always, I am initially attracted to consumers - a warm brown background with colorful autumn leaves. It says "Letters to ..." - that was enough for me.Daniel Gottlieb's letters in simple conversations with his grandson. For love, for self-confidence, for a life that does not offer easy situations; for choosing to be true to ouerselves .

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The Deep | Alma Katsu
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Sir Leon, the warm September evening and the book THE DEEP by Alma Katsu.

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The Deep | Alma Katsu
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To move, constantly moving forward to something invisible - to the opposite shore or to the thought of it." / "The Depths", Alma Katsu
It's a Sunday. Reading time.

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As I read Willie Nelson's autobiographical book, I remembered the incredible pleasure of listening to his songs. In the late afternoons, when the sun descends lower and lower to the horizon and the sky creates a whole range of colors, his characteristic voice and blues style evoke memories and create dreams. As I went through the 400 pages, I was surrounded by his songs. Songs that I used to listen to together with my father on our old gramophone.

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September is at its best! A Half Baken Idea by Olivia Potts is a book about youth, change and the salvation of the soul. Youth is the time when we enjoy challenges, mastered skills and small victories over difficulties. We know that behind us we have the stable hand of the family / or part of it /. But at some point things change.
#weekendreading #September #backyard #readingjoy #calmness #cake #bookinspiration #bookworld #booklover

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Part of my bookshelves.

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Blind Tiger | Sandra Brown
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Blind tiger is one of my most anticipated books of 2021. I felt that something special was coming. And I wasn't wrong! Sandra Brown is getting better! More and more unpredictable, more and more frank, more and more spectacular, spectacular and profound! The characters of Blind tiger are so realistic with their weaknesses, not easy decisions and omissions that this can be any of us.I'm glad I was in a world that only Sandra Brown can create!

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Carnegie's Maid: A Novel | Marie Benedict
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Was there a woman like Clara Kelly next to Carnegie in his youth? Which with its alert mind is equal to it in economic steps. But also to remind him where he came from. To turn his attention to poverty, the scarcity and the quest for survival of ordinary families who emigrated from their native lands. The strong thread of attraction between Clara and Andrew merges with their intellectual interests and rational minds.

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Carnegie's Maid: A Novel | Marie Benedict
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My currently reading in this august evening. Wonderful book!

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Great summer day in the sea garden of Varna, Bulgaria. With the new books - a gift from me for a great mood. 💙📚🌊

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In "Black Milk" every woman will recognize her moments of doubt, weakness and audacity. Women are mothers, activists, pioneers, artists and muses. It is not easy to combine the requirements of nature, mind and soul. When one dish on the scales weighs down, the other remains light, disembodied, and doubt settles in it. Elif Shafak meets us with writers from all times and from different parts of the world.We should live the way we dream, I think.

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I found a new great writer - Charlotte Bingham. Her book Nanny is a vivid and panoramic picture of England in the early twentieth century with the order, political moves and drastic changes in society after the First World War, the sinking of the Titanic, the revolution in Russia and the Irish liberation struggle.Very strong and descriptive novel! 544 pages of purely spiritual and emotional experience with multi-layered and realistic characters!

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The Girls of Ennismore | Patricia Falvey
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What he can say about The girls of Ennismore is Wow !!! Spectacular and epic image of the time in the early 20th century. The story of my beloved Ireland, intertwined in the fates of Rosie Killeen and Victoria Bell - two girls who hardened their friendship over the years. To become women, representing a rebellious, restless and bright people. A friendship against the backdrop of many historical events.

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Zulali is a collection of short stories. So diverse. As much as a fairy tale. As much as reality. As much as Narine Abgaryan: laughter to the pain, Hope to the end of the world, tomorrow to the endless past; fiction to a suffered truth .... And the language is so familiar - from the conversations at home, from the stories of grandparents, from the chats between friends. Honest and accurate, close and faithful.One word about this author? Expected!

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Silver Dollar Duke | Sally Britton
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I am currently reading this book. I have real book pleasure. Exactly for these hot summer days. ☀️

BookishMarginalia Love the cover! 5mo
kremi Me too!😊 5mo
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Summer mood ! With a great book on the sea - Zulali by Narine Abgaryan.

BookishMarginalia Pretty! 5mo
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I probably won't be able to convey my feeling from the book. It was like bright mandalas; beautiful as henna paintings on the hands of Indian women, mysterious as the wooded areas of the Himalayas and enchanting as poetry. This is a book about the search for justice and the limits of gratitude. For compassion. About the worship of books and education. For the strength we get from caring for children and the place of blood ties.
#bookinspiration

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Saturday is a great day off. I will use it for a walk around the city and I will have a few hours to read this book in a nice quiet place by the fountain . Varna, Bulgaria is one of most beautiful sea towns in my country.

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Weekend morning. Reading time. 📚☕☀️

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In the books, the characters find themselves in various situations, going through trials for which neither their spirit, nor their mind, nor their body have been prepared. We are also not insured against any whims of Fate. In To find her place, three broken characters go through their own Hell, undergo changes and change themselves. Until they reach the place created for them. A book that tightened my throat to the last.
#mood #eveningread

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Sooley: A Novel | John Grisham
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I like John Grisham! This book is not only basketball, training, matches and results. Sooley is a poignant tale of talent who is born in the most distant and unknown place on Earth, but discovered in time by the right people, can change destinies. Page after page I read Sooley and his destiny is like the curve of happiness and grief - first you have to be a good person, then you have to be a loyal friend, and finally be a stunning professional.

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My reading time is very valuable and I still don't have enough. But I steal minutes from where I can. It's difficult, because in some places this book just tells such truths that all I want is to be somewhere alone to hide my emotions. Magic realistic!
#curentlyreading #greatbook #eveningread #readinglist #bookinspiration #magical

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Fantasy Encyclopedia | John Howe, Richard Hook, Judy Allen, Jonathon Stroud
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Many of the books we read have taken elements of folklore and mythology of the peoples, so as not to recall them with a new plot and to conquer our imagination. Let's not forget that children's tales in the past were invented by grandparents to pay the kids and make them official.The Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen have turned the monster from the castle into a handsome prince who wins the heart of the princess.

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Shades of Twilight | Linda Howard
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When each character has a dignified character and then, right or wrong, he receives books such as Shades of the twilight. When the action in the book is tense, breathless and tree tension in every page, this is my book! There are several favorite writers whose title is always on the arm of the chair. Lisa Howard will always be one of them! After the Mackenzie series, I don't miss her book. Shades of the twilight is in the top ten again!

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Along a Storied Trail | Ann H. Gabhart
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My current read this week. I love it!📚❤📚

NatalieR Ann is such a sweet woman and talented writer! We live in the same town. 6mo
kremi Oh, I envy you for knowing this writer. If you meet her, I will be happy to tell her that a real admirer of her lives in Bulgaria. This book of hers excites me a lot! ❤ 6mo
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Before the Rains | Dinah Jefferies
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Numerous India enchants in Before the Rains. The generous descriptions of the desert with the changing colors of the sunsets, the sandstorms, the performances with colorful aromas of the air and the revival of the nature of the male daughters - the book does not make us "look" with wide open eyes. The flight of colorful parrots, the bright colors of peacocks, jumping monkeys, stealing food and the royal footsteps of elephants-everything is exotic.