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Teaser Tuesday ~ Althea & Oliver

Teaser Tuesday ~ Althea & Oliver

Althea & Oliver, Yellow, Pillow, Young Adult, Cristina Moracho, Sleep, Sickness, Journey, Roadtrip
Today is 15-9, my hubbies birthday, so I thought it (159) would make a nice page number!

“Great. It must be something, finally being around other people who have this condition. Maybe makes you feel less alone, less isolated?”
“All due respect, sir, but being in the hospital instead of high school is pretty isolating.”

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Waiting for Tom Hanks

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Waiting for Tom Hanks

Waiting for Tom Hanks, Book 1, Adult, Romance, Humour, Realistic Fiction, Pink Letters, Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey, Blue, Girl, Boy, Magnifying Glass, Movies, Screenplays, Romance
I just thought I would’ve met Tom Hanks by now.
Not real Tom Hanks, the beloved actor. After all, he’s married to Rita Wilson, and I’m not the sort of monster who would want to break up what is perhaps Hollywood’s one truly perfect union. And anyway, I’m twenty-seven, so he’s a little bit old for me (no offense if you’re reading this, Tom).
The Tom Hanks I thought I’d meet is the Tom Hanks of romantic comedies.

Top 10 Books July 2020

Top 10 Books July 2020

Morning all!!

July 2020, Books, Top 10, Picture Books, Graphic Novels, Children's Books, Humour, Sex, Sci-fi

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Weekly Quote for Week-27 2020 ~ The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

Weekly Quote for Week-27 2020 ~ The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Sisterhood #1, Friendship, Pants, Young Adult, Romance, Girls, Sunset, Dancing, Travelling, Ann Brashares“The rules took a while to sort out. Lena and Carmen wanted to focus on friendship-type rules, stuff about keeping in touch with one another over the summer, and making sure the Pants kept moving from one girl to the next. Tibby preferred to focus on random things you could and couldn’t do in the Pants — like picking your nose.”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Two Girls Staring at the Ceiling

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Two Girls Staring at the Ceiling

Friendship, Lucy Frank, Sick, Contemporary, Hospital Shirt, Back, Girl, Ponytail, Two Girls Staring at the Ceiling, Poetry, Verse, Hospital, Realistic Fiction,
Bri ties a blue GET WELL balloon
to my IV pole, dumps
from her shopping bag
a box of pink Peeps bunnies,
rhinestone flip-flops,
a puzzle book,
a whiskery stuffed mouse.
“It’s amazing what you can find
at the ninety-nine-cent store.
Care for a four-month-old Peep?
Your mom said you can’t have
any food, but everyone knows
Peeps don’t qualify.”