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Bree B. Jun 11
Ta~da! My next read in honor of Pride Month! “Let’s Talk About Love” by the oh-so-talented and so far, ya’ll...I’m fuckin’ in love. 👀 I mean, second chapter in, I was hooked and giggling and awwing because how cute is this!? Read it with me!
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Cassidy #Scribe 9h
Why do I do this to myself? 😩😂🙈
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Sophie ✨ Jun 13
NEW: 4 books I read in May, featuring maybe my favourite book of the year?!? Thanks and
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Ashley 5h
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Anya Gair Jun 17
What are you ? I’m reading a couple of books at once atm. Finishing off Sapiens by and The New Rules Of Marketing And PR by and 1606: Shakespeare and The Year Of Lear by James Shapiro
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(((Kathy))) Jun 14
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Dorian ★ Darkstar 7h
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Mackenzie Wade Jun 13
Christian conversion always comes in exchange of the life you once loved, not in addition to it. Rosaria Butterfield, The Gospel Comes with a House Key
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Charlotte Potterton 18h
Okay, real talk: I think by is a triumph. It delivers a dark and dismal dystopia with profound detail - and unsettling shadowy corners. Her unique writing style perfectly portrays the unsettled life experienced by her characters. 📚
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Taylor M. Street Jun 17
It's definitely a good thing that I have the day off from work today, because I'm incredibly tired from staying up until almost 4 A.M. reading 's book, Finale. 🤣☺️
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Phil.ìp 4h
I'm moving right onto , I cannot wait to dive in.
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HHS Library Jun 17
Doing some late night reading with my girl Georgia. What are you reading?
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noor_reads 21h
"The Far Field" by Madhuri Vijay.
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Book Odyssey 11h
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Akil Spooner 19h
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Seán Smyth 🙊 Jun 13
(and very much enjoying) Shutter Island By Dennis Lehane
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Cynthia Pal Cru 7h
I’m a book about Blackwell’s Island (present-day Roosevelt Island) and it is one horror after the next. The hardest parts to stomach are the ways that “justice” was doled out to the poor, and how in some ways, so little has changed.
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Amy Schlotthauer, MPH 15h
“Leaders have to more than good communicators, they need to be translators.” The chocolate conversation by and enjoying it! (Thanks for the recommendation )
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Darc Sowers 💖📖💖 Jun 11
I’m almost a quarter of the way through this book and I’ve only just ran across a mention of women in the NACA/NASA... tucked into a paragraph about transistors.
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