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Just getting started on the audiobook Mythos by Stephen Fry. Hopefully a good companion for the week ⁦⁩ .

Ava’s life is limited by her social status. Nate is shunned from several planets because of his lineage. Can they find love on a distant planet? Also an !

Thought my TBR pile was getting low so I did a count. 64 books. Yeah, I'll definitely need to stock up soon.

All good things must come to an end. And so, it seems, must dark things. Here's the link to my exclusive interview with James A Moore about "Gates Of The Dead," the final novel in his trilogy.

Book 6 of 2019 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ This was kind of a disappointing book I had heard such great things. I would say 80% of the book was great, but the big reveal at the end was so repetitive.

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Do you prefer bind-ups of multiple books or having each one separate?

I usually like to have my book separate simply because they’re easier to read that way but I love having a bind-up of a book on my Kindle and occasionally I’ll even buy one in print. I saw this collection of all of the Earthsea books at Barnes & Noble the other day but couldn’t we weren’t spending over $60 on the bind-up at the time. And then I found it online a lot cheaper 😅

Not gonna lie, the dragon on the front totally sold me on this and the fact that there’s illustrations throughout!

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You have free range of an entire house and you decide the best place to sleep in on my textbook as I’m trying to write a response for my online philosophy class. But you do this only after typing “I…………………………………………………..fred” followed by many r’s and y’s on my prompt. Thank you. I appreciate your help. You have done amazing at being a mock college student. But I really do need that book you insist on sleeping on KitKat. You are lucky you are so adorable to make up for asshole personality.

Being born a woman is my awful tragedy. From the moment I was conceived I was doomed to sprout breasts and ovaries rather than a penis and scrotum; to have my whole circle of action, thought and feeling rigidly circumscribed by my inescapable feminity. Yes, my consuming desire to mingle with road crews, sailors and soldiers, bar room regulars - to be a part of a scene, anonymous, listening, recording - all is spoiled by the fact that I am a girl, a female always in danger of assault and battery. My consuming interest in men and their lives is often misconstrued as a desire to seduce them, or as an invitation to intimacy. Yet, God, I want to talk to everybody I can as deeply as I can. I want to be able to sleep in an open field, to travel west, to walk freely at night…
—  Sylvia Plath, July 1951.

Every time I watch or read something that’s about a main character time-traveling or being transported to another realm, all I can think is how I would never survive! I have too many health issues. Asthma, allergies…I even have a VP shunt (an implanted medical device, long story). Like, you have to be perfectly healthy to survive those types of situations. It would be totally unbelievable if you throw me into the 18th century and expect me to survive…

I feel like I could speed read—like super fast but I really enjoy like savoring each word to where I read pretty slow all the time? Not like slow—I feel like it’s a decent pace but I could def read faster than I do. And maybe it’s a processing thing?

Like when I read fast—like when I get to the Good part I end up skimming it almost and lose most of everything and have to go back anyway.

And it’s gotten to the point where I don’t speed up really anymore…like when I read the end of Words of Radiance for the first time I sped so much I forgot nearly everything, like it gets especially bad with Sanderson. Like if I speed up it’s not very much at all.

But like if I’m reading subtitles with a muted tv I’m fine? Like I can skim that shit and know exactly what was up—maybe because most of it is in small pieces? That’s almost similar to those speed reading ads or whatever when they flash a single word at a time—I’m baller at that…

I don’t know where this is going. Reading is weird. But I love it.
Nayana's review of Vicious (Villains, #1)
4/5: The last time I tried to read a V.E. Schwab book I had to put it away after approximately four pages because of how much I hated every single character, and I'm really pleased to say that this book did not give me the same amount of frustration and pure cringe. A simple summary of this novel would pretty much be "X-Men meets Steelheart", but as I've always wanted a written version of X-Men I don't think this is necessarily a problem. If I'm honest, I was skeptical about how much I'd like reading this as I got into the plot because the concept itself isn't the most original, but what can I s...

O mundo é um câncer que está comendo a si próprio… Estou pensando

que, quando o grande silêncio descer sobre tudo e todos, a música triunfará por

fim. Quando tudo se retirar de novo para o útero do tempo, o caos será

restabelecido, e o caos é a página sobre a qual a realidade está escrita. Você,

Tânia, é o meu caos.

Henry Miller - Trópico de câncer