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  • DETAILS • of my #bookcover ‘beau‘ - the love that is revealed ✨ || Werbung @swarovski
  • DETAILS • of my #bookcover ‘beau‘ - the love that is revealed ✨ || Werbung @swarovski
  •  3  0 9 minutes ago

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  • It’s official, fam:
    My BFA Show is opening on March 7th! You’re invited to the reception from 7:00-9:00 PM in the Harris Fine Arts Center at BYU.
    Come see all of this painting and the rest of Shaking Up Shakespeare 👩🏻‍🎨
  • It’s official, fam: 
My BFA Show is opening on March 7th! You’re invited to the reception from 7:00-9:00 PM in the Harris Fine Arts Center at BYU. 
Come see all of this painting and the rest of Shaking Up Shakespeare 👩🏻‍🎨
  •  45  1 39 minutes ago
  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥"Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" by Gail Honeyman; genre: fiction.
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    I don't think there is any way to give this book justice, and I don't say that lightly. It took me completely by delightful, heart-felt surprise. Eleanor Oliphant is a protagonist like no other, the way she thinks, the way she speaks, the way she will break your heart - in all the good ways, I promise. This book is filled with delight from top to bottom, and that's a momentous accomplishment considering that in it's core it's a story about loneliness - and then, worse. You will laugh, you will cry, you will rejoice, you will savor. I am a reader in awe. Spectacular. (Consider listening to the audio book. It's a masterpiece. It cannot be understated.)
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    #bookstagram #bookgeek #bookgram #booklover #bookaholic #bookworm #bookblogger #bookreview #booknerd #booklove #bookcover #urbanfantasy #bibliophile #fiction
  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥"Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine" by Gail Honeyman; genre: fiction.
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I don't think there is any way to give this book justice, and I don't say that lightly. It took me completely by delightful, heart-felt surprise. Eleanor Oliphant is a protagonist like no other, the way she thinks, the way she speaks, the way she will break your heart - in all the good ways, I promise. This book is filled with delight from top to bottom, and that's a momentous accomplishment considering that in it's core it's a story about loneliness - and then, worse. You will laugh, you will cry, you will rejoice, you will savor. I am a reader in awe. Spectacular. (Consider listening to the audio book. It's a masterpiece. It cannot be understated.)
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#bookstagram #bookgeek #bookgram #booklover #bookaholic #bookworm #bookblogger #bookreview #booknerd #booklove #bookcover #urbanfantasy #bibliophile #fiction
  •  10  1 39 minutes ago

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  • How many books do you read in a year?

    I try to read at least one book a month and often get through 2 or 3. For me, the first book of the month has to be something that will help me grow, change and continue to help me step into my worth so I can be a better wife, mom and woman.

    This exposes me to many books I’ve never read before and some I’ve read numerous times.

    Every single January for the past 4 years - I have read You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero. It’s the book that really spoke to me and started shifting my own personal journey. I owe it so much.

    Some ask why I would read the same book over and over and I always say the same thing. We will never receive all the information in one sitting. We absorb things when we are ready mentally, physically and spiritually. As I uplevel in my own life - so does my ability to absorb new nuggets of wisdom which means every single time I read this book (and many others) I am still learning something new.

    So never be afraid to re-read something that spoke to you. You might be surprised at how much more you get out of it the second or third time you eat up all the words.

    You might just be ready for something even greater to speak to you.

    What are you reading right now?
  • How many books do you read in a year?

I try to read at least one book a month and often get through 2 or 3. For me, the first book of the month has to be something that will help me grow, change and continue to help me step into my worth so I can be a better wife, mom and woman.

This exposes me to many books I’ve never read before and some I’ve read numerous times.

Every single January for the past 4 years - I have read You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero. It’s the book that really spoke to me and started shifting my own personal journey. I owe it so much.

Some ask why I would read the same book over and over and I always say the same thing. We will never receive all the information in one sitting. We absorb things when we are ready mentally, physically and spiritually. As I uplevel in my own life - so does my ability to absorb new nuggets of wisdom which means every single time I read this book (and many others) I am still learning something new.

So never be afraid to re-read something that spoke to you. You might be surprised at how much more you get out of it the second or third time you eat up all the words.

You might just be ready for something even greater to speak to you.

What are you reading right now?
  •  7  1 40 minutes ago
  • Book recommended for anyone who think to much on the past or future without living the present. Are you a visionary creator who struggle to enjoy fully the process of your projects? This book is for you @eckharttolle
  • Book recommended for anyone who think to much on the past or future without living the present. Are you a visionary creator who struggle to enjoy fully the process of your projects? This book is for you @eckharttolle
  •  28  3 42 minutes ago
  • 🌟🌟🌟🌟"A Great Reckoning" by Louise Penny; genre: mystery.
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    I have not really enjoyed the last two books in the Three Pines series the way that I was used to enjoying Penny's novels. So you can imagine my delight at finding myself once again taking delight in visiting the village and our beloved characters. It feels like the author - and Gamache - got their groove back in this novel, in no small way thanks to the fact that the detective comes out of his early retirement and returns to working for the Sûreté du Québec in a professional capacity. I do, however, have to take one star out for a major plot treatment. I can suspend my disbelief with the best of them, but there is no way I could ever believe that Gamache would be capable of murder, no matter the circumstances. That Lacoste and even - gasp! - Beauvoir would EVER consider it, is simply more than I can accept.
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    #armandgamache #louisepenny #bookreviewer #booklove #bookreview #bibliophile #booknerd #bookgram #bookstagram #bookcover #bibliophile #fantasy #booknow #book #bookish #booklover #bookaholic #bookaddict #mystery #detective
  • 🌟🌟🌟🌟"A Great Reckoning" by Louise Penny; genre: mystery.
▫️
I have not really enjoyed the last two books in the Three Pines series the way that I was used to enjoying Penny's novels. So you can imagine my delight at finding myself once again taking delight in visiting the village and our beloved characters. It feels like the author - and Gamache - got their groove back in this novel, in no small way thanks to the fact that the detective comes out of his early retirement and returns to working for the Sûreté du Québec in a professional capacity. I do, however, have to take one star out for a major plot treatment. I can suspend my disbelief with the best of them, but there is no way I could ever believe that Gamache would be capable of murder, no matter the circumstances. That Lacoste and even - gasp! - Beauvoir would EVER consider it, is simply more than I can accept.
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#armandgamache #louisepenny #bookreviewer #booklove #bookreview #bibliophile #booknerd #bookgram #bookstagram #bookcover #bibliophile #fantasy #booknow #book #bookish #booklover #bookaholic #bookaddict #mystery #detective
  •  12  0 46 minutes ago

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  • 💔💔"The Nightingale" by Kristin Hannah; genre: historical fiction.
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    I do not get the hype behind this book. Granted, I usually very carefully avoid any fictionalized stories about World War II, especially if they in any way touch upon the Holocaust. Perhaps it's because I agree with author Gabrielle Zevin when she wrote, "I find literary fiction about the Holocaust or any other major world tragedy to be distasteful - nonfiction only, please." Or perhaps it's because I grew up in Poland, the absolute focus and breeding ground of all Nazi atrocities, and have gone through school reading tome after tome of required reading non-fiction - often first person - accounts about what had happened, not to mention grew up right next to an actual concentration camp. WWII history is much more awful than any fiction book can attempt to portray, some come close, but "The Nightingale" definitely does not. In fact, I found it cliched and predictable, and the main characters eye-rollingly annoying. Isabelle is too obstinate for words considering the reality in which she is surviving, her sister too naive to endure. I made it to about 50% of the story only because my other audiobooks are still on wait-list and I simply had nothing else to listen to on my long commute. I consider it about 8 hours of my life I want back.
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    #bookstagram #bookgeek #bookgram #booklover #bookaholic #bookworm #bookblogger #bookreview #booknerd #booklove #bookcover #urbanfantasy #bibliophile #fiction #WWII
  • 💔💔"The Nightingale" by Kristin Hannah; genre: historical fiction.
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I do not get the hype behind this book. Granted, I usually very carefully avoid any fictionalized stories about World War II, especially if they in any way touch upon the Holocaust. Perhaps it's because I agree with author Gabrielle Zevin when she wrote, "I find literary fiction about the Holocaust or any other major world tragedy to be distasteful - nonfiction only, please." Or perhaps it's because I grew up in Poland, the absolute focus and breeding ground of all Nazi atrocities, and have gone through school reading tome after tome of required reading non-fiction - often first person - accounts about what had happened, not to mention grew up right next to an actual concentration camp. WWII history is much more awful than any fiction book can attempt to portray, some come close, but "The Nightingale" definitely does not. In fact, I found it cliched and predictable, and the main characters eye-rollingly annoying. Isabelle is too obstinate for words considering the reality in which she is surviving, her sister too naive to endure. I made it to about 50% of the story only because my other audiobooks are still on wait-list and I simply had nothing else to listen to on my long commute. I consider it about 8 hours of my life I want back.
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#bookstagram #bookgeek #bookgram #booklover #bookaholic #bookworm #bookblogger #bookreview #booknerd #booklove #bookcover #urbanfantasy #bibliophile #fiction #WWII
  •  8  0 53 minutes ago
  • My type of display ❤️❤️❤️
  • My type of display ❤️❤️❤️
  •  38  1 58 minutes ago
  • 👍👍👍"The Kingdom of Copper" by S.A. Chakraborty; genre: fantasy.
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    I enjoyed "The City of Brass" very much and have been looking forward to the follow-up. I have to say, I was not disappointed. "The Kingdom of Copper" retains my favorite elements of the first novel - adult themes, subverting the expectation - and improves on some of the weaker points of it, such as pacing. If there is a weak point, it's lack of proper recap. I have to say that I was very confused for at least half of the book about the larger world of the novels, and the specific events of the previous book. Too much time has passed since I read the previous installment, and I strongly feel that a proper recapping of it and more detailed re-establishment of the setting and the characters would have helped immeasurably with my enjoyment of the story. Instead, I spent too much on trying to recreate the past events in my memory from few mentions here and there. I hope I do not have the same problem when I pick up book three when it's published.
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    #bookreviewer #booklove #bookreview #bibliophile #booknerd #bookgram #bookstagram #bookcover #bibliophile #fantasy #booknow #book #bookish #booklover #bookaholic #bookaddict #fantasy
  • 👍👍👍"The Kingdom of Copper" by S.A. Chakraborty; genre: fantasy.
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I enjoyed "The City of Brass" very much and have been looking forward to the follow-up. I have to say, I was not disappointed. "The Kingdom of Copper" retains my favorite elements of the first novel - adult themes, subverting the expectation - and improves on some of the weaker points of it, such as pacing. If there is a weak point, it's lack of proper recap. I have to say that I was very confused for at least half of the book about the larger world of the novels, and the specific events of the previous book. Too much time has passed since I read the previous installment, and I strongly feel that a proper recapping of it and more detailed re-establishment of the setting and the characters would have helped immeasurably with my enjoyment of the story. Instead, I spent too much on trying to recreate the past events in my memory from few mentions here and there. I hope I do not have the same problem when I pick up book three when it's published.
▫️
#bookreviewer #booklove #bookreview #bibliophile #booknerd #bookgram #bookstagram #bookcover #bibliophile #fantasy #booknow #book #bookish #booklover #bookaholic #bookaddict #fantasy
  •  10  0 59 minutes ago

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