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Instagram PostsMy blogging buddy is back today. 🥰 He's a definite lap cat, and usually settles down to snuggle while I work. Today, he's extra needy, and every time I reach for the mouse, he bumps my hand to ask for cheek scratches. I can't resist this cuteness.I've been reading more nonfiction lately, and more spiritual books, too. Apparently I'm a fan of Catholic mysticism? Those books seem to be a pretty sure win with me.Once in a while you read the right book at exactly the right moment. It's been a while since I read Double the Danger and Zero Zucchini, but I needed it to be just what it was: hilarious and full of heart. Sometimes a book is all the comfort you need.What are you looking forward to reading this month?Have you read something recently that you can't stop thinking about?I've only met a few authors in person (probably a good thing because I am incredibly awkward and have, more than once, said entirely the wrong thing 😳 and possibly offended some of my favorite authors forever, 😭 ack!), but Beth Revis is one of the ones I've met, and she is amazing.
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The Geography of You and Me
Jennifer E Smith
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Published April 15, 2014
On a hot summer night, the lights go out on the east coast, dropping Manhattan into an unfamiliar blackness. Sixteen year-old Lucy and seventeen year-old Owen, strangers who live in the same building, share a few moments trapped in an elevator which blossoms into hours spent talking under the night sky.
Just as the two begin to connect, their lives propel them apart: Owen to the west coast and his father’s unending job hunt and Lucy to the Europe she’s … Continue reading
This is a weekly theme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and my first time participating. Though my reading list seems to only grow longer the more I read, here are the ten books I most look forward to reading next.
Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley This has been on my list for awhile. A blogger I enjoy and an author I admire both recommended it. I can’t wait to see for myself.
City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare I can’t tell if I’ll be embarrassed for my infatuation with this series in ten years. At present I am hooked on the romance and snappy dialog Clare consistently delivers.
Shadows by Robin McKinley … Continue reading