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It’s lev-IO-sa, not lev-io-SA. Hope you all had a spooky Halloween! 👻
#tbt I miss sipping on Fiji water while joy riding on a private jet. 😂😂 Just found this old photo. 2007. #netjets
Hey guys, I started a book themed account so my personal account won't be flooded with too many books. Follow it here if you fancy 👉🏼 @acourtofcrownsandquills 👑
Beep beep, Richie 🎈Happy #Fridaythe13th! It took two weeks but I finally finished this brick. Now trying to choose my next spooky book to read for October. 🎃
👻 Some spooky book ideas for you. A little bit of ghosts, spirits, monsters, and murder 👻
Come play with us, Danny 🎃👯👻 Gift from my bestie @chelsjoyful
For a couple of years now, I've been setting myself a reading goal through the Goodreads Reading Challenge. Each year I try to read 10 more books than the last. This year I set my goal at 60 books. I'm almost there! This book right here will be #60. It's one of my most anticipated releases of the year. #pleaseliveuptothehype 🙏🏼 Are you on goodreads? Add me! Link in bio.
September was a dangerous month for new releases. My most anticipated? Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas (book #6 in the Throne of Glass series). I already finished it. Don't let the size fool you. The pages were thin. That sucker was almost 700 pages long. Now on One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake. What are you reading?
This graphic novel has recipes! Caution: it'll make you hungry. Relish is a memoir in graphic novel form. It follows the artist's relationship with food, from her childhood being surrounded by chefs, her mother's home cooking, travels,
and her college years. It's a fun read if you enjoy pretty drawings of food and "live to eat, not eat to live" 😋🥐🥒🍅🥑🍪
Why did I wait so long to read this? Rainbow Rowell's writing always blows my mind. Seriously, if you haven't read any of her books, please do so. Other than Carry On, there's: Attachments (adult fiction), Eleanor & Park (YA), Fangirl (YA), and Landline (adult fiction). ✨✨Ok, so a little bit about Carry On because there's always some confusion: Carry On is best described as a magical comedy. There's love, magic, monsters, and witty clichés. The story follows our main character, Simon Snow, who attends a magical school all while trying to fight an evil entity (sound familiar?) Simon actually first appears in Rowell's previous novel, Fangirl. In Fangirl, Simon is a fictional character that the main character, Cath, is obsessed with and writes fan fiction about him and his magical entourage. ✨ You do not need to read Fangirl in order to read Carry On ✨ Carry On is *not* supposed to be Cath's fan fiction. It is considered Rowell's canon for Simon Snow's story. Hope that makes sense! And yes I have 2 copies of Carry On because I AM COMMITTED.