My first full year on Bookstagram is almost over! The following accounts have stood out for me this past year.
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I can't believe how quickly Christmas is creeping up on me! I still have so much shopping to do! Do you enjoy giving or receiving best? I'm much more of a giver. I really don't like the attention on me when I've been given a gift. 🙈 But gifts that I receive in the post are a whole other story! I love those ones! 😂 And this watch and cuff from @danielwellington make my little heart so happy! Their watches are simply gorgeous! ❤️❤️ If you guys are still looking for a gift for someone special, you can't go wrong with one of the timepieces from DW! You can also use the code YABOOKADDICT to receive 15% off whatever you choose. #danielwellington #DW
So this is the result of spending 5 hours cleaning my shelves and watching Gilmore Girls 😂❤️ it was tiring but I honestly had a lot of fun and I'm pretty pleased with the result 📚 ✨ #book #read #bookstagram #bibliophile #booknerdigans #bookphotography #yalovin #instabooks #igreads #📚 #📖 #bookworm #epicreads #booknerd #shelfie #penguinteen
Truthwitch: 3.5-4/5 Stars . 🔘 I’m having a hard time rating this because I really truly enjoyed this book and even found myself gripped by many parts, but I still ended this book with many vital questions about the world that I felt should have been explained better in this first novel. . 🔘 So it’s a weird (and rare) place to be when you enjoyed a book and still don’t quite know how to explain what the series may actually be about. 😂😂 I'll do my best to remain vague and spoiler-free, while still sharing my thoughts.(DM me if you have specifics to talk about so we keep the comments spoiler free!) . 🔘 We follow Safi and Iseult, Threadsisters, who seem to constantly find themselves in some sort of trouble, until they find themselves tangled in a plot much bigger than they thought. Despite not feeling totally confident in my knowledge of what exactly a threadsister/brother/family is I LOVE the relationship between Safi and Iseult. Basically, I’m comparing threadsistership to parabatai. These two will shake the earth to be together and help each other. I already know this is a bond I will never doubt. . 🔘 I love reading about relationships like that, and this book is full of, and focuses a lot on, special connections between people. . 🔘 I also loved the different types of witchery and the world Susan Dennard set up. Everyone has abilities to manipulate or control different things and it makes for some really interesting situations to read about. I’m eager to get to “Windwitch” and find out just where this plot goes. I hope to learn much more about the history of the world that Dennard created, which is setting up to be quite important. . 🔘 Overall, my main feelings after ending this book is that I’m eager for my questions to be answered. It's full of action, and while there is quite a bit of romance focus, the deepest relationships talked about are between friends. I loved that. If you’re a fan of the Grisha trilogy, I think this is one you’ll enjoy!
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Today's prompt for #allthebooksof2016 is book you didn't finish. For some reason I am always too stubborn to walk away from a book, so I chose three books I wish I hadn't finished. I'm sorry if this offends anyone, but these three just were not for me. 😕 ••• Are you like me and don't know when to walk away? Do y'all have a system for deciding when you shouldn't finish a book?
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