Real magic - getting to take photos of a friend’s book. @grem-lin picked the perfect blue & orange color combo for the cover of her adorable, witchy debut.
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I looked at a photo set of Hayao Miyazaki being creatively blocked, but still pushing himself to make his art just right. And I’m keeping that in my heart. Right now, even if I’m a little flustered, something beautiful might still come out of my work.
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How is life Tumblr? I haven’t been good about posting on here. I’m also on Instagram under the same handle, but I’m going to try to catch up with Tumblr as my New Years resolution. And I wish you happy reading and good book pick fortune today!
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The U.S.A. has made it past a big threat, for now. Today we celebrate, tomorrow we get back to work.
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Looked through my shelves for a read screaming autumn. Voila! An Enchantment of Ravens fits the bill. I really liked how this book portrayed the “otherness” of fair folk, their missing emotions causing their trickster habits.
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Spin the Dawn
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Confession: I stopped reading the Throne of Glass series after Heir of Fire. Which Maas series do you prefer? Court of Thorns will always have its dark fingers wrapped around me and my boyfriend’s hearts.
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These leaves are too green, it’s still not fall. Going to have to keep checking them until they turn orange.
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A mandala coloring book and another book from my second chance DNF pile. I don’t remember why I struggled devouring Of Fire and Stars. My head has still retained a vague sense of the plot. What popular books do you struggle to recall? Do we all need remembralls?
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Debating updating my audible account so I can get Night of the Dragon next month or Shadow Between Us.
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Good morning world and all who inhabit it! May your to-do list crumble beneath your willpower this week. I have a pile of books called DNF December, where I try to finish everything I didn’t finish during the rest of the year. What do you do with your DNF books? Do you ever give them a second chance or are they dead to you forever?
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@probably_dislexic ‘s parents gave us a pretty plant! So I found a book to match. Do you have a plant baby? Any suggestions for bookish names for this plant?
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What the flip flop, it’s almost August?! Time to pick out my August TBR. The only book not pictured is Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco.
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Tried to push through a lot of reading yesterday, but realized I needed to finish a personal project. Anyone looking forward to any Sci-fi releases coming up this year? Goddess in the Machine is part of my August TBR alongside The Toll and Where Dreams Descend.
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A post for Owlcrate’s photo challenge: Where Dreams Descend & Gold. I love the stamped cover and this is going on my August TBR, after The Toll.
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Stitch goes on every bike ride with me. How do you exercise? Are you one of those crazy people who reads and exercises at the same time?
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Have a Magical Monday! Sending energy for you to fly through your goals, may they die swiftly, murdered by your ambition.
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We watched all of Warrior Nun on Netflix this week and it’s a really fun adaptation because it doesn’t follow the comics, but uses them more as inspiration. What retelling do you love that is nothing like the original?
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The first book I finished in July and I loved it so much. Shea Ernshaw is the queen of witches and plot twists. What have you finished this month?
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A messy July TBR pile pic. I’ve finished The Wicked Deep, starting A Song Below Water, and slowly making my way through Incendiary.
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