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05.19.19

Started off my first day of summer classes! I studied my burroway textbook and some French off duolingo and then spent about an hour reading and working on my short story. I’m thinking about writing about a man with a disease.

Send me a random story about your life. Tell me a story that makes you, you..that you don’t think anyone else would connect. And I’ll tell you one of mine. I want to write a book full of your stories and maybe one of mine. Because people DO care..but more importantly, they want others to care. And they want to understand and be understood. Write to me. Show me who you are in ways that aren’t noticeable or normally relevant

What breed do you think

The old-new cat’s breed is? Im reading and i havnt seen a very desctrptive visual on what she looks like and i assume the movie just wanted her to look Egyptian (golden). My guess is a bangel, Abyssinian or something truly forgotten.

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『眼球譚』
オーシュ卿(G・バタイユ)/河出文庫

面白いと言うと誤解を生むかもしれない.異常・非常識とも言える行動、ある種の嗜好を突き抜けた話.嫌悪感を抱く人もいれば、ある部分では共感する人もいるだろう.

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Praise for Small Sacrifices

“Vivid…extraordinary…A page-turner.”—The New York Times Book Review

“A harrowing pathological portrait, a nearly unthinkable triple-murder plot, a hold-your-breath police procedural and a tale of dedication and compassion all superbly combined to produce the most riveting true-crime account since In Cold Blood.”—Kirkus Reviews

“A detailed, probing inquiry….From start to finish, Rule’s account informatively unweaves the sad features of Downs’s life and gives a moving description of the human side of law enforcement.”—Boston Herald

“Excellent….One of the most detailed studies of a sociopath to dignify the true-crime circuit.”—The San Francisco Chronicle

“Superb…[a] riveting detective story…as good a page-turner as any fictional murder mystery.”—Indianapolis Star

Title: I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Author: Iain Reid (white male)

Genre: Horror

Representation: female narrator protagonist

Ending: Makes you think

TW: Suicide, body horror, disorientation/dissociation

What I liked most: I actually picked this book up because I thought it was about depression and suicide. Turns out it’s a unique horror!

Rating /5: I give it a 3, because I felt the ending was rushed. Would have loved to explore a different ending, or have things more clearly answered.

I just graduated with a bachelor’s in English, and I decided it was time to start reading books that were fun. After reading The Viscount Who Love Me, I quickly realized what I was missing in my collection: genre romance! I’m new to the land of genre romance novels, but after some “research,” I decided to start with some of Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series. I quickly fell in love with the genre, and I’m excited to discover more romance novels!

(Any recommendations for authors or books would be very welcome!)