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keeliafitz Jan 16
I am in the final chapters of 's terribly moving 'An American Marriage' and am forcing myself to
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Katy Derbyshire Jan 15
I was in a Berlin bookshop this morning and their large selection of "translated from German" titles featured six (6) women writers.
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JodyScott lit estate Jan 14
We drug him to that big ole maple tree that grows in front of his house--you pass it on your way to walk your dog; you'd probably remember the exact spot if you thought about it.. FREE JS
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Tasha Cotter 13h
This book will absolutely transport you to Paris. I loved it! 🇫🇷
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JodyScott lit estate 2h
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Olumide Adisa♀️ 6h
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JodyScott lit estate Jan 15
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Bethany Jan 12
7 days until Winterthur heads to the UK! British Design Hist reading on deck: Linda Eaton, _Printed Textiles in America: British and American Cottons and Linens, 1700-1850_ , _Behind Closed Doors, At Home in Georgian England_
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JodyScott lit estate Jan 11
"now with this wackazoid internet me & thee, dear reader, can (more or less) communicate directly"
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WhoseBacon Jan 15
This is false. After the 2014 hashtag happened; a study found that both men and women are reading books by the author of their corresponding gender. However, both stated that they bought the book based on subject and not the authors gender.
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JodyScott lit estate Jan 10
: 'We are comfortable with what's familiar. Like it or hate it, we understand it. It is experientially more real. That's what makes people able to inflict on "unlike-me's" cruelties that would shock them if applied to "like-me's."'
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Stephan Bauman Jan 10
My favorite author is a woman! Thank you for all the excellent authors you publish— it is time for us all to 📚 ・・・ I love my publisher to the summit and back!! This is…
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InterVarsity Press Jan 15
by & Natalia Kohn officially launches today! 🎉 A one-of-a-kind book to help Christians understand Jesus and leadership through the lens of culture. Get your copy now!
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Sherna Khambatta 1h
This Week on : Most Anticipated Books of 2019
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jane ciabattari Jan 7
Happy 2019! Check out last year’s award winner last on our website.
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The Anxious Bench Jan 15
., , and recommend books by , , , , , Dorothy Sayers, Lauren Winner, and several other women readers should read.
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Chris Wolak Jan 7
: A Focus for 2019—And Beyond - What was activism and new awareness has become habit and daily practice.
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Serasera Jan 8
[Barbados] From Barbadian writer Karen Lord, sci-fi with a healthy dose of romance. An intellectually advanced species, nearly extinct, must assess the traits and cultures of other human populations to find mates. ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2
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JodyScott lit estate Jan 9
We drug old Hannibal by the legs around to my back yard which is where we cut him up using a chain saw. Old Jerry wrapped most of the parts in Glad Wrap & popped them in the two old freezers on my porch..
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Two Dollar Radio 22h
SPICY 🌶 blurb of THE BOOK OF X by from Blake Butler. Proceed with caution when reading⚡️ .. . (original post from )
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