Thanksgiving freebie — tell us what you are thankful for! Books you are thankful for! From The Broke and the Bookish.
I decided to tweek this week’s topic a little and do Books that are Perfect to Take to a Family Gathering.
Bib·li·o·phile Fridays is a new weekly meme, co-hosted by Aurora and myself. Please come check us out over at the Goodreads group, we’d love to have you take part. 🙂
Time Capsule. Pick 5 books that were published during the year you were born (bonus points for anyone who manages to find one on their actual birthday).
Book Traveling Thursday is a weekly event held over on Goodreads by Danielle and Catia.
This week’s topic is Share the love around the world! Choose a book written by an author from a country you don’t read that often. Sometimes we get great recommendations… Choose a book someone recommended to you that you loved.I haven’t actually finished this book yet, I’m just over halfway through, but I will someday. I promise!
The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
“Movie Freebie — top ten all time favorite movies, top ten foreign films, top ten rom-coms, top ten 90’s movies, top ten action flicks, top ten tear-jerkers, top ten movies your favorite actor/actress is in, top ten movies with PoC leads, etc. etc.) animated movies” From The Broke and the Bookish.
Top 12 Animated Movies
(I just couldn’t get it down to ten)
“Ten Books I’ve Added To My To-Be-Read List Lately (inspired by my New to the Queue posts)” From The Broke and the Bookish.
I’m always adding books to my TBR (Goodreads lists it as 470 and that’s not including series and sequels – eep) and these Top Ten Tuesdays are often responsible for my adding more. For this week, I’m listing some additions to my TBR that are due to my seeing them on other blogs recent TTT posts. Thanks if one of your suggestions is here!
I was lucky enough last week to be able to see Leigh Bardugo and Rainbow Rowell at the Edinburgh stop of their World’d Collide tour. Obviously, the tour was originally the promotional tour for Crooked Kingdom, but the actual event was very well balanced and showcased both women and their books.