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text 2019-12-08 00:30
24 Festive Tasks, Door 5: Bon Om Touk - Finished!
Life As We Knew It - Susan Beth Pfeffer
Living and Dying in Brick City - Sampson Davis
Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine - Damon Tweedy
Alone: The Triumph and Tragedy of John Curry - Bill Jones
Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow - Jessica Day George

Bon Om Touk

 

Door 5: Bon Om Touk

 

Book: I read Life As We Knew It (Last Survivors #1) by Susan Beth Pfeffer. That is one big moon and it gets bigger with each additional book in the series.

 

Task #1: List of rainy day reads - I don't do much, if any, re-reading. Rainy day reads means to me reading something that gets me so invested I don't want to leave my blanket fort, so mysteries - either cozy or historical. Something quiet and soothing, but with a puzzle to solve to keep me turning the pages.

 

1. Guidebook to Murder (Tourist Trap Mystery#1) by Lynn Cahoon

2. Spying in High Heels (High Heels #1) by Gemma Halliday

3. A Death on the Way to Portsmouth by Christine Trent

4. Mr. Churchill's Secretary (Maggie Hope #1) by Susan Elia MacNeal

5. Miss Frost Solves a Cold Case (Jayne Frost #1) by Kristin Painter

 

Task #2: Skipping

 

Task #3: Did someone say dragons? Toothless from the How to Train Your Dragon series by Cressida Cowell is of course my favorite literary dragon.

Image result for toothless

 

 

Task #4: Compile a list or stack – 4 books minimum – composed of books that either have opposing words in their titles

 

I had to search my current TBR pile as well as past reading (thank you BL reading challenge app!) to get these:

 

1. Living and Dying in Brick City by Dr. Sampson Davis

2. Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine by Dr. Damon Tweedy

3. Alone: The Triumph and Tragedy of John Curry by Bill Jones

4. Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jessica Day George

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quote 2019-12-03 15:10
Nie lubię szczęśliwych zakończeń. Nie lubię i już. Ale tylko dlatego, że ich nie ma. (s.565)
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quote 2019-12-03 15:08
Szekspir jest dla nas za dobry. Co może dla nas dzisiaj, dla Ameryki, znaczyć niebo słów. Jaki pożytek ma demokracja z piękna i szlachetności w sztuce? Żadnego, zupełnie żadnego
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quote 2019-12-03 15:06
Do wszystkiego trzeba się przyzwyczaić, do przyjemności tak samo jak do smutku. (s.562)
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quote 2019-12-03 15:04
Jak można aktora traktować poważnie? To wszystko gierki, próżność, przechwałki. Aktor zawsze stara się wydawać interesujący. Najpierw musi się wydać interesujący sobie. Później innym ludziom.(s.554)
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