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Weekly Quote for Week 16-2021 ~ The Mysterious and Amazing Blue Billings by Lily Morton

Weekly Quote for Week 16-2021 ~ The Mysterious and Amazing Blue Billings by Lily Morton

The Mysterious and Amazing Blue Billings, Black and Blue, Book 1, Blue Guy, Suit, Ghosts, Haunted HOuse, LGBT, ROmance, Sex, Lily MortonHe glances around the room and his eyes light on the pile of charity-shop paperbacks on the rickety table. “What about those?”
I shake my head dismissively. “No room for them. I can’t keep books.”
I wonder whether he caught the note of sadness in my voice, because he immediately switches the suit to one hand and gathers the books up under his other arm. “There’s plenty of room in my house for books,” he says briskly and nods as if to emphasise his point. “There’s a couple of titles here that I fancy reading myself.”
Moisture pricks the back of my eyes. Who is this man?

Spell The Month in Books: April 2021

Spell The Month in Books: April 2021

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt

Going Vintage, Young Adult, Girl, Camera, Dress, Humour, Romance, Lists, Lindsey Leavitt
Grandma turns to her junior picture. The girls all wear black dresses with pearls. Grandma’s freckles pop out in the black-and-white picture. She’s adorable, but her hideously high hair finally makes me understand the term rat’s nest. It’s a less flattering style than I’ve seen on sixties-era TV shows, and looks especially bad on Grandma’s corkscrewed locks.
“What’s with the hair?” Ginnie asks. “Mallory, I won’t let you do that to yourself or the ozone.”
“It’s a bouffant,” Grandma says. “That was the style. My mother would do it for me every other day. I grew it out after high school, wore it really long and wild.”
Review for Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything

Review for Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything

Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything, Sam Copeland, Sarah Horne, Humour, Children's Books, Illustrations, AI, Friendship, Blue, men, Women, Shiny“Athena, What’s the Quickest Way to put Out an Eyebrow Fire?” This and many other questions come by in this hilarious and delightful book! Sam Copeland and Sarah Horne have done it again!

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ 45 Pounds (More or Less) by K.A. Barson

Friday’s Page 69 ~ 45 Pounds (More or Less) by K.A. Barson

45 pounds (more or less), weight problems, girl, yellow, clothes, family, young adult, acceptance, k.a. barson
Mike crosses the kitchen and hugs her. “You’re the best wife anyone could ask for,” he says. “Thank you for not killing my mother.”
“Damn straight,” says Mom. “And you’re welcome. I could have easily, you know, and no court would convict me.”
“I know”, he says.