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The Mystic Order 5h
Delia Owens chats about her writing habits ( little papers everywhere, up and writing at 4:30 every day), Mother Nature, loneliness, and seeing ourselves reflected in the faces of the wild things.
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Tony Treviño Jan 22
I thought she meant Tate, and this bitch tryna snuggle with the cat
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Kristen Herlosky Jan 22
Enjoying a book club with my girlfriends and it has nothing to do with Academia, my comps, or research. This is bliss. Also, 10/10 recommend this book.
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Barbara Jan 17
Been a while since I tweeted about a book. Definitely worth making, or indeed taking, the time to lose yourself in this beautiful and powerful debut from Delia Owens.
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Joy Thompson Jan 19
❤️ this book. Don’t pick it up unless you intend to finish it.
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Ashlee Alcántar Jan 22
“There are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot”
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daniel pilkington Jan 19
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Dana Jan 22
So you’re telling me Kya is 10 years old literally taking care of herself— living off grits and mussels?!? 🤣I cannot
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Delia Owens x Hello Empowerment Jan 23
Welcome to the official Twitter page for the featuring Delia Owens. Follow along for updates on this wonderful journey!
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Delia Owens x Hello Empowerment Jan 23
Reminder!!! Delia Owen’s novel is sold online and in many retail stores. They will be sold at many stops along the as well! Owen’s novel is $26.00 for a hardcover copy and $16.00 for a paperback cover.
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Sb Jan 17
Bloody brilliant book that's pulled me in and under, just like the swamp it depicts. Romance meets Southern Gothic meets thriller. The prose is *chef kiss*.
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Delia Owens x Hello Empowerment Jan 23
That’s a wrap! What a successful 7 stops for the Thank you all for following us on such an amazing journey. Keep in touch for future tour dates!
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Candace M. Runyon Jan 20
Thankful for . This year I decided to give myself a reading goal. 20 (new to me) books in 2020. Finished my first one tonight, ! On to the next!
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Schezreh Rabbani Jan 19
After searching every bookstore worth its salt, finally got my hands on this one!
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Emma Rogle Jan 22
“And love itself passing To whatever it was before it began.”
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Jonathan Ball Publishers Jan 20
Where the Crawdads Sing is at once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. Get your copy now:
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Becca Panarra Jan 20
Has anyone read ?
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Deb Richmond Jan 22
Book 6 of 2020 by Delia Owens authordeliaowens - This book is gorgeously written, lush, and poetic. I love the story. There’s something I don’t quite trust about the characters - can’t put my…
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arlene geerlinks Jan 20
I finished listening to the book it was fantastic and I would have never guessed the ending. The author tied all the ends beautifully.
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Glen Echo CC 9h
Mark your calendars! Book Club Books and dates are here! Be sure to make your reservations via each month!
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