Tell me this is a fancy spelling and not a typo on the back of my son's school-issued book.
I'm generally a happy person, but also I get sad when I finish a good book or a good pot of soup.
This isn't my normal style but I did it recently. Actually, it wasn't concurrent. I stopped taking the first one to bed completely, until I was done with the new one. ;)
Someone corrected an error in the book I'm reading, and I just want to say, this is my kind of person. 📚🤓
Super interesting! I'm choosing to believe Brittany's theory on her 'punishment'.
I love this fun fact that I found out a few years ago too:
Lady Godiva rode naked not to show off, but to answer her (asshole) husband's challenge to do so and he would lift taxes. ✊
Know any others?
Neutral good (library receipt as bookmark) and occasionally neutral evil if the book is mine and I'm into it. 📔
H: "How do you read for that long? You've been reading for like 2 hours!"
Me: "I know, it's great; I never get to read. And guess what I'm reading about. Writing!"
Me: 😍(and also🤓)
Writer friends, grammar-loving friends, or reader friends who sometimes pay more attention to the writing than the story: You should read this.
First the Catholic school skirt post, now this.
I've got all the nerd burns hahaha
I need book recommendations-- 11-12-yo boys, good readers but not avid readers, ideally something not heavy fantasy/post-apocalyptic and not an athlete who's trying to navigate the world (and field) after losing one or both parents (this is a surprisingly common theme 🙄).
There has to be something I'm not thinking of.
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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