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The book is always better.
It's a classic toss-up between dragons or cyborgs.
#quoteoftheweek by Tayari Jones. 💙
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We see those bags under your eyes. #worthit
We're looking at you, Theodore "Laurie/Teddy" Laurence.
#quoteoftheweek by Graham Moore.
We've all been there, right?
Okay, so maybe this is a little dramatic. But you have to pick one 😈
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We won't say we told you so.
This is a tough one 😰what's your pick?
In The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P, a Brooklyn man unsuccessfully juggles the women he's dating in this comedy of manners that feels a little too real.
An angsty, anxious coming-of-age story that reveals the scandalous lives of elite boarding school students.
We're so excited to announce that The Girl with the Louding Voice is a #ReadWithJenna pick! Jenna Bush Hager says: "Daré, a debut novelist, draws readers in with Adunni’s fresh and unique voice. While reading, there were times when I felt like Adunni was whispering, singing and in parts, crying to me. This is truly a love story about one young girl whose resilience and grit drive her, until her voice is loud and clear." Head to our site to read the full essay!
The Holdout is for the Serial fans: An infamous jury is stuck with another murky murder ten years after their controversial verdict.
Anna K is a darker, dirtier version of Gossip Girl, where filthy-rich Manhattan kids are up to more than you would think.
Wondering what you should be reading for #BlackHistoryMonth? We've got some good picks. Head to the site to learn more!
The Girl with the Louding Voice: A Nigerian woman's hopeful coming-of-age story, despite a brutal backdrop of poverty, child marriage, and abuse.
In You Are Not Alone, an unexplained NYC suicide leads one woman to connect (accidentally-on-purpose) with a mysterious, elite group.
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You can only choose one! 😆😢😆😢
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It's always hard to say goodbye 🥺
Would you ever abandon your TBR stack?
via instagram.com/bookstackedblonde :
Here we are again...back to zero books read and eager to meet a new goal. I’m excited to say I’m not necessarily participating in a reading goal this year.
Instead, I’m letting my focus be on slowing down—absorbing more deeply the stories I choose, striving for more thoughtful seeking—I want the books I pick up to be the result of honest hopes for something great. Possibly fewer pages were turned, or less books were read, but the books I do choose will be special.
I want 2020 to be the year I look back and find I was moved by many books. I want to be able to say I found several new favorites of all time. Writing this now, I feel this is its own challenge, but one that will be worth it.
So here’s to diligent seeking and breaking the mold of racing to the finish line.
#quoteoftheweek by Blake Crouch.
Please accept this as my formal apology for almost spoiling so many books 😬
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Happy new year— our first selections of 2020 are here!
The Sundown Motel: A creep-tastic ghost story where a woman finds the run-down motel her aunt was last seen in.
Topics of Conversation: Dive into snapshots of a woman's most intimate thoughts as she tries to make sense of the relationships in her life.
When We Were Vikings: Your modern-day Viking is a woman with fetal alcohol syndrome using her strict code to create the stuff of legends.
Things in Jars: Strong Victorian women dealing with wildly unladylike things. Like death. And maybe a kidnapped mermaid or two.
Tightrope: An honest discussion of the problems plaguing small-town America and the policies that lead those areas to spiral.
Bonus: What was your favorite book of the decade? 📚
a gorgeous ombré stack via instagram.com/bookcasebeauty 💙
One, box, two box. Cute box, blue box. via: instagram.com/shereadsdotcom
No better stocking stuffer than a good book. via: Instagram.com/momof8minis
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