These colors remind me of winter at midnight ❄️I was reading Cursed Beauty & it was pretty good at first (I haven't read in a while now) but I had to return it because it got quite repetitive. It's a very interesting plot but goes pretty slowly & there is way too much focus on romance for my taste. Also, the tensions in the plot are a bit too similar to each other- has anyone else read this book before?
QOTD: What's a book you had to put down?
"Draco Malfoy, the amazing bouncing ferret..." - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
That part in GoF where Malfoy is turned into a ferret is one of my favorites - in both the book and the movie!! Does anyone else love Draco Malfoy?
I have been tagged in so many things lately, and I apologize for not answering these tags. But I wanted to do this one! I was tagged by @theoldbooksoul to do the "spell your name in book characters" tag, and I have tagged a few of you to do it as well!
R - Rowan Whitethorn (TOG)
E - Emma Blackthorn (TMI & TDA)
B - Bilbo Baggins (LOTR & The Hobbit)
E - Elizabeth Bennett (Pride and Prejudice)
K - Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)
A - Alec Lightwood (TMI)
H - Hermione Granger (HP)
Malika vs. Nalani 👀
SWIPE ⬅️⬅️⬅️⬅️ TO READ SNIPPET!
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I am very excited because I shipped off some of my first orders today! I can't wait to see any photos that you guys take of Feyre! .
Feyre is currently sold out, but she will be back in the shop soon. I will post an official date soon!
I am currently working on Azriel and Elain, so they will most likely be in the shop in the next few weeks!
Happy release day to The Crowns of Croswald by @author.denight!
I am super excited to start reading this book soon! .
Qotd: What is your favorite mythical creature? -My favorite is definitely dragons, but I also really like fairies!
Have a great day!
Greetings, I'm posting for a second time today BECAUSE I CAN *finger guns* ☆☆☆
#qotp if you we're a book which book would you be?
A: The Raven boys... I know, I've been talking about it a lot BUT I LOVE IT SO MUCH! The thought process Gansey and blue have are very close to mine. I love being different and weird I don't like fitting in one box, I like old cars and breaking book spines I like being on time (even though I tend to be late) I feel like I'm a mixture of both Gansey and Blue. The story itself mixes reality with fiction so well, it blows my mind how well Maggie writes. It's phenomenon. I could go on and on about the book I LOVE IT! I'm just so in love with the story and I can't wait to read more!!
Lüzumsuz Adam || kitap yorumu
"Nasıl etmeli de yataktan kalkmalı. Saatlerin en güzeli bu! Bu saatte uyumayan yoktur artık, balığa çıkanlar müstesna. Hatta uykusuzluğa müptelâlar bile nihayet uyuyabilmişlerdir."
Sırf şu alıntıdan kaynaklı koca kitabı sevip gönlümün en ücra köşesine sakladım. En ücra köşe, çünkü orayı bile güzelleştirebilir bana kalırsa.
Bu gördüğünüz kitap Abasıyanık'ın 12 farklı hikayesini barındırıyor. İstanbul bu 12 hikaye cömertçe ev sahipliği yapıyor. Birinde denizin üzerindeki teknede bir balıkçı, diğerinde bir kafedeki falcı genç kız, ötekinde birahanedeki bir adam, bir diğerinde ise papa oluyor ana karakter. Ama hepsi bizden, hepsi içimizden aslında. Hani yurdum insanı diye bir tabir vardır, Abasıyanık bu tabiri öyle güzel karakterlerle yansıtmış ki kitaba; memnuniyet saklı bir tebessümle okuyorsunuz yazılanları. Sanki yazar bu hikayelerdeki karakterlerle gerçekten karşı karşıya oturmuş, sohbet edip bir de acı çay içmiş gibi. Sanki baştan aşağı tanıyor onları. Belki de hikayeleri güzel yapan budur, kim bilir.
Yalnız bir konuya değinmek istiyorum. Her hikâye kendi içerisinde çok güzeldi fakat bir paragrafı okurken birden mekan ve zaman değişip başka bir şeyler anlatıyor yazar. Ama en nihayetinde yazar bunları, bu ayrı parçaları ortak bir yerde toplayıp öyle bitiriyor hikayeleri.
Velhasıl-ı kelam; okuyun efendim, okumaktan zarar gelmez. Okuyun ve okutturun bu güzel hikayeleri! 🌼
The Shakespeare's Head, built in 1735 and originally owned by Thomas & John Shakespeare, distant relatives of the Bard! The Bard's life-size bust gazes down at the street below; one of his hands is missing due to a World War II bomb that dropped nearby #timeforabeer
I was tagged by @sarahreadsnz and @teastainedpages01 to do the #topfivefavoriteships challenge😁
This was so hard but here goes!:
Well that escalated quickly😂 lol I'm just having fun y'all❤ What are some of the best ships? What are some of the worst?
I think everyone knows my love for Draco. BUT DRARRY IS LIFE OK? Fight me on it.
But I love that everyone has their own shop is this series. Everyone ships with everyone 😂
The candle is from fictionalflames which is now @mel_of_bookland
And the bookmarks are from the lovely @jaelynnsbookshop! Which you can use my code IHABP10 for 10% off. She's amazing. You should buy everything 😂😘😈
Synopsis for HP and the Sorcerer Stone:
Harry Potter's life is miserable. His parents are dead and he's stuck with his heartless relatives, who force him to live in a tiny closet under the stairs. But his fortune changes when he receives a letter that tells him the truth about himself: he's a wizard. A mysterious visitor rescues him from his relatives and takes him to his new home, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
After a lifetime of bottling up his magical powers, Harry finally feels like a normal kid. But even within the Wizarding community, he is special. He is the boy who lived: the only person to have ever survived a killing curse inflicted by the evil Lord Voldemort, who launched a brutal takeover of the Wizarding world, only to vanish after failing to kill Harry.
Though Harry's first year at Hogwarts is the best of his life, not everything is perfect. There is a dangerous secret object hidden within the castle walls, and Harry believes it's his responsibility to prevent it from falling into evil hands. But doing so will bring him into contact with forces more terrifying than he ever could have imagined.
Je viens tout juste de refermer le premier tome des "Carnets de Cerise" ("Le Zoo Pétrifié"), publié aux éditions Soleil et c'est un ENOOORME coup de coeur! Une histoire puissante, intelligente et vivante, des personnages très très attachants (Michel 😙) et des illustrations absolument magnifiques! J'ai bien failli verser ma petite larme à la fin (oui, je suis un poil hyperémotive... 😭). Hâte de me plonger avec délice dans le deuxième tome! -------------------------
I just finished the first comic book of "Les Carnets de Cerise" ("Le Zoo Pétrifié"), published by Soleil publishing company and I just LOVED it! A vivid, bright and powerful story, very very lovable characters (Michel 😙) and stunning illustrations! I almost cried at the end (well, I may be a wee bit oversensitive... 😭). Can't wait to dive into the second book!
And, good news for english speakers, it will soon be published in the US as "Cici's journal" 😉