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Book Traveling Thursdays: National Book Lover’s Day

Happy belated National Book Lover’s Day! (It was yesterday. ) In honor of this book-related holiday, we are to choose a book every book lover should read for this week’s Book Traveling Thursdays. I am choosing Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Though I think this book would be more loved by fanfiction lovers than book lovers, book… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: National Book Lover’s Day

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Six Degrees of Separation from Pride and Prejudice to Soul Music

It’s time for another 6 Degrees of Separation, hosted by Kate @ Booksaremyfavoriteandbest. On the first Saturday of every month, readers and bloggers connect the selected book for the month to six other books, forming a chain. The books don’t all have to be related; each book only has to be related to the books next to it… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from Pride and Prejudice to Soul Music

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Ilvermorny House Book Tag [Original]

Ever since it became available on Pottermore, a lot of Harry Potter fans have been sorted into their Ilvermorny houses. I have yet to see an Ilvermorny book tag, but that might be due to its blatant cultural appropriation. I am not here to talk about that today, but feel free to look into the discussion… Continue reading Ilvermorny House Book Tag [Original]

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Book Traveling Thursdays: Throwback Thursday

It’s time for a #ThrowbackThursday. This week’s theme for Book Traveling Thursdays is to choose a book you read years ago. Looking back to 2014, I read Chocolat by Joanne Harris. It’s about a single woman and her daughter who moved to a sleepy village in France. The woman sells chocolates during Lent, has to deal… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Throwback Thursday

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Six Degrees of Separation from Picnic at Hanging Rock to Hamlet

It’s time for another 6 Degrees of Separation, hosted by Kate @ Booksaremyfavoriteandbest. On the first Saturday of every month, readers and bloggers connect the selected book for the month to six other books, forming a chain. The books don’t all have to be related; each book only has to be related to the books next… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from Picnic at Hanging Rock to Hamlet