1. I‘m not much of a series girl so I tend not to read past the first book. There have been a few exceptions, but I have finished those series. However, I will read the next 2 books in the You series when they come out!
2. The first time I read The Outsiders, Pride & Prejudice, To Kill A Mockingbird, and The Handmaid‘s Tale - all had a great impact on me!
3. Mr. Darcy, of course! But there have been many!
I thought this was cute! I liked the Holmes and Watson characters, and the fact that the murder mystery was at the forefront, rather than a possible romance between the two.
If like me you like to read light, fluffy romance in February, you may like this book. It was cute and a quick read. Lots of rom-com references and some awkward-funny scenes.
From my #tbr. Megan had a heart transplant a few years ago but hasn‘t really been living. When she‘s given her heart donor‘s journal, she‘s inspired by the girl‘s bucket list and plans the trip of a lifetime. Surprisingly, Megan‘s estranged twin, Crystal, who grew up healthy and now has a seemingly perfect life, joins her sister. As the two visit cities across #Europe, can they mend their damaged relationship?
Reposting for @TheSpineView ... thanks for the awesome collage! 😊❤️
Here is an updated collage with all the monthly challenges I am aware of. All of these are open to interpretation and you can do as many or as few as you like. Thanks to everyone who played in January! I 💜 seeing all the various responses!
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Happy February! 💜
I enjoyed this look at what it was like to work in Obama‘s White House. Litt was a speechwriter and his humor made this book fun, which a lot of political memoirs aren‘t. Of course, he was serious when he needed to be, and I love the ending. It was also a quick read, which is always a plus for me! Thanks for the rec @MallenNC 😊
#popsugar2020 - a fiction or nonfiction book about a world leader
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For those Littens, like me, who enjoy the various challenges, here is a collage of those I know of. Please join us for some film next month. Thanks to all of you who participate!
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A new month is almost here and so is a new challenge from me and @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ... and this time, we decided to leave it in the hands of fate. Okay, it wasn‘t really fate, but a random word generator! 🤣
Interpret the prompts however you like and show us your images and quotes...we love seeing them!
A great YA book about healing from trauma and the importance of friendship and finding a place where you belong. But more than that, it‘s an important book for those who identify as nonbinary and for those who want to understand what that means. Recommend!
#popsugar2020 - a book by a trans or nonbinary author