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cathybennet · 30 minutes ago
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Many boy will bring you flowers, but someday you'll meet a boy who will learn your favorite flower, your favorite song, your favorite sweet.
Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo
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millennial-book-review · an hour ago
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Song of the Crimson Flower
Song of the Crimson Flower is a young adult fantasy novel that I recently read.
Song of the Crimson Flower is a 2019 young adult fantasy novel by Julie C. Dao. It was published by Philomel, an imprint of Penguin Randomhouse, in November of 2019. Song of the Crimson Flower takes place in the same world as the Rise of the Empress series, though it can be read as a standalone. The novel can be purchased here from Bookshop.org Will love break the spell? After cruelly rejecting…
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prozaic-ramblings · 6 hours ago
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“You’re hard to kill. Like a cockroach.”
Author’s note: Another excerpt from my original New Adult supernatural novel. Book out on shelves later this year (hopefully). Follow for updates and excerpts!
Image credit: Christian Dimitrov, Pinterest
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“Sathariel. Where are your manners?” Azazel clucked, shaking her head. “Aren’t you gonna introduce me to your lady friend? We haven’t met. Officially, anyway.”
Sathariel stepped between Alex and the leering soul reaper, glowering at his sister.
“Zazy. This is Alex. You tried to kill her once,” Sathariel hissed. “Or did you forget?”
The demon gripped Alex’s wrist gently as the Watcher pressed against his back.
“Hey. It’s okay,” Alex whispered in his ear.
Grinning, Azazel thrust her claw-like hand towards the Watcher.
“Nice to meet you, Alex. I’m Azazel, Hell’s Warden.”
Alex hesitated before stepping out from behind Sathariel to shake his sister’s skeletal hand.
“Yeah. I know,” she mumbled, nodding. “I’m Alex.”
She gulped, fighting the tremble threatening to strangle her voice.
Hell’s Warden threw an arm around her shoulders and pulled her close. Alex gasped.
“Y’know, I gotta hand it to you, Alex,” Azazel chuckled under her breath. “You’re the hardest-to-kill human I ever met. Real tenacious. Like a cockroach.”
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literallycreativelylit · 10 hours ago
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NEW ENTRY FOR LIZZIE'S DIARY IS UP NOW! ☀️🌩🌺
🌺 A long-awaited discussion 🌺 Photo by Bernard on Unsplash 🌺 Read it here. 🌺 Haven't read Monty's Memories? It's in the same universe as Lizzie's Diary, and the two stories are related! Check it out.
Ko-fi ☕️ | Vocal 〰️ Sisters of the Shadows 👥 | The Arcane Citizen ✨
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myheartisinneverland · 10 hours ago
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May 2021 Reads:
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline
The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller
White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L Armentrout
Stone Cold Touch by Jennifer L Armentrout
Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Every Last Breath by Jennifer L Armentrout
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson
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myheartisinneverland · 10 hours ago
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April 2021 Reads:
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
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readsbym · 11 hours ago
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reading list 👀
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book I have lying in my shelf:
The Song of Achilles - Madeline Miller
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue - V. E. Schwab
Wedding Night - Sophie Kinsella
The Queen of the Tearling - Erika Johansen
books I haven’t purchased:
The Cruel Prince - Holly Black
Shadow and Bone - Leigh Bardugo
Six of Crows - Leigh Bardugo
They Both Die at the End - Adam Silvera
The Inheritance Games - Jennifer Lynn Barnes
We Hunt the Flames - Hafsah Faizal
Daughter of the Pirate King - Tricia Levenseller
From Blood and Ash - Jennifer L. Armentrout
Throne of Glass - Sarah J. Maas
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can someone recommend me more books 🧍🏻‍♀️
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My thoughts for the last book: who wants to bet Maggie only introduced sweetmetals so she can kill either Ronan or Hennessy without killing their respective dependents as well
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rougemorte · 11 hours ago
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Be the fantasy character you want to be
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"He doesn't know what he really is any more than we do. What's real now, Bryde? What do you feel?"
I love the animosity in this statement
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He was suddenly either very afraid, or very furious. He snarled, "You can't know when I made the decision!"
"I can," Bryde said softly. "Because I know when you dreamt me."
I feel like this shouldn't have surprised me nearly as much as it did.
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sands-of-arawiya · 16 hours ago
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Yasmine: Welcome to the “Fuck the Prince” group, where we gather to say “fuck you” to that monstrous prince of death.
Yasmine: But first, a few words from our newest member.
Zafira *sweating*: so i may have misunderstood..
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vassathebrave · 21 hours ago
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Pwetty 😍 Almost reminds me of Serpent & Dove? Was recommended by a friend on gr! Gonna start this one later today and hopefully it brings me out of my reading slump
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turquoisebooks · a day ago
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So this was great! Adraa is a great character - brave and determined heroine taking care of her people. Jatin is a total sweetheart. And their interactions are the best. Especially the fact that they don't know who the other one is. That was incredibly funny. I laughed and giggled like an idiot 😅😂. The whole premise is great. It has an interesting plot and great magical system -9 gods, 9 colors and 9 abilities 🙌. Their magical fights were 👌. It's also great that it is not à 1 person = 1 ability, but they can control up to all 9 of them, with some just being stronger. They fly! I loved the India inspired setting. I highly recommend this one.
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Let’s play some “Yays and Nays” once again! I look at all the books coming out this week and decide whether they are a “Yay” (a book I am excited to read), “Nay” (a book I think sounds awful), or “Indifferent” (a book that sounds fine, but I do not want to read). The ones I feel very strongly about will get longer write-ups about why I feel that way about them. It's a fun game of “judge the book by the summary” that is one step elevated from judging a book by its cover.
YAYS
June 22, 2021
Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoon
Darling by K. Ancrum
Kind of Sort of Fine by Spencer Hall
Rising Like a Storm (The Wrath of Ambar #2) by Tanaz Bhathena
A Season of Sinister Dreams by Tracy Banghart
Witchshadow (The Witchlands #4) by Susan Dennard
The Witness for the Dead (The Goblin Emperor #2) by Katherine Addison
NAYS
June 22, 2021
Along for the Ride by Rachel Meinke
My Contrary Mary (Mary #1) by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows
Star Eater by Kerstin Hall
Violet Ghosts by Leah Thomas
INDIFFERENT
June 22, 2021
Between You, Me, and the Honeybees by Amelia Diane Coombs
Fierce as the Wind by Tara Wilson Redd
The Tragedy of Dane Riley by Kat Spears
June 24, 2021
The Things We Don’t See by Savannah Brown
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