"If you don't know where you are going any road can take you there” ―Lewis Carroll
Have you read Alice in Wonderland?
To be honest, I haven't 😂 I have watch the movie and I love it. I know I should read it soon, but yeah, I have endless tbr so.... 😂😂😂
Anyway, @stellabookishart shop is already open, guys! You can get 15% off with MISS15 in etsy or STELFEB15 in shopee. 🙌
Braving the Wilderness in February? More like hibernating indoors, away from the cold✌🏼 Bought this one on a bit of a whim - I wanted nonfiction and I’ve heard amazing things about @brenebrown ☺️ Have any of you read her books?
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So tired today. Probably won’t end up reading much tonight unless things change. I’m really liking The Cruel Prince so far. Check out my highlights to see how far I am and feel free to message me if you want to talk.
#QOTD Do you prefer to read at any time of day or a set time? ▪ I tend to read most at night, but I don’t mind reading at any time of day
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. 💙 Do you need some inspiration? Comment below with a number.from 1 to 30 and I’ll send you your personalised quote. 😊 Happy Friday beautiful people! 🌺
*In 1920, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gave women the right to vote. However, it took over 60 years for all states to ratify the amendment. Mississippi was the last to do so on March 22, 1984. During this time, additional barriers were put in place to limit women's access to vote, particularly for women of color.
2/20/18. In which I can’t think of a clever caption because I didn’t go to bed until 2 a.m., and was then startled awake by a 6 a.m. phone call from the school district informing me that there would be a two-hour late start because of blowing and drifting snow. Yeah.😴
But hey! Here’s a nice #bookish photo featuring one of my favorite new releases from @Spireside Candles. 🙌 VIKING VOYAGE is a light, refreshing blend that evokes glacial fjords, sweet ocean air, saltwater and ice. Hmm... I feel more alert already.😜
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“Wonder and terror meet at the horizon, and we walk the knife-edge between them.” ⠀
These are the words you are left with at the end of the introduction to this stunning collection of short stories. In the introduction Sachdeva explains her inspiration for the collection deriving from how people in the past knew better than to trust their “gods”. Notice gods is in quotations. In these stories there are no traditional gods. There are otherworldly forces and magical entities that act upon the characters in these stories. ⠀
These stories take place all across the globe and during different time periods; past, present, and future. The magical entities that enter these people’s lives offer both harm and comfort. There is usually a balance of good and bad within each situation. Every action elicits a consequence. ⠀
I found these stories to be delightful in their ethereal quality. You could easily categorize these stories as magical realism or speculative fiction, both of which are favorite genres of mine. I loved that I felt a little unnerved throughout the entire collection. It’s hard to put into words why I felt that way, but I enjoy books that elicit those emotions and make you think. I can definitely see myself rereading this collection in the near future because I enjoyed it so much. ⠀
All The Names They Used For God is out today! Also keep an eye out for a giveaway soon. I will be giving away 5 copies of this lovely collection. ⠀
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