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Top Five Tuesday – Books That Need to Be a Movie

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The Way Past Winter by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

★★★★★ Mila and her siblings live alone in the forest after her father has left them five years ago - right when the winter came and never left again. Then one night a fur-clad stranger comes to their door, asking for shelter for himself and his men. The next morning, Mila's brother, Oskar, has left. Mila is convinced he's been taken, and sets out to save him.

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Book Unhaul #1

Recently I decided to purge my book shelfs, to go into the new year with less stuff (I still have to get rid of most of the books.. but mentally and emotionally they're gone from my life, just not physically) and I thought I'd make a few Unhaul posts (yes there are that many) talking about the books and saying why I want to get rid of them!

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The Peach Keeper by Sarah Addison Allen

★★★★★ Willa Jackson tries to live a quiet life, an adult life, working in her own shop and doing laundry in the evening, just like her Dad would have wanted it. The only thing she allows herself is looking at the progress of the restoration of the Blue Ridge Madam, the building that was once her family's pride but because of a scandal no longer belongs to them. Then one faithful night, she meets one of her old classmates by chance, and Willa's quiet life is not so quiet anymore, forcing her to deal with her past and allow herself to have a future.

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Jane Austen at Home by Lucy Worsley

"Great' writers were so obviously supposed to be male, and not anyone's aunt." This new telling of the story of Jane's life shows us how and why she lived as she did, examining the places and spaces that mattered to her. It wasn't all country houses and ballrooms, but a life that was often a… Continue reading Jane Austen at Home by Lucy Worsley

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Anticipated Releases (1st Quarter 2019)

It's January again, so it's time to look at anticipated book releases. This year I'm doing it per quarter year, so every three months, so this post will be about book releases I'm excited for that will be released January till March. There aren't super many, mostly because I'm trying not to look too far around for new books because I already have such a big TBR pile, but these caught my eye and they just seem so great.