Oh and I am definitely one!!
I decided to join in the fun too! And I'm very lucky too as today appears to be a roll day!!
Going over numerous posts, I caved to this game, which is both well thought and a very fun way to tackle our neverending TBRs!
A few links first (more for me to keep my posts organized)
And of course the board:
Dice used found here.
And behold my adorable "pawn":
(I am addicted to these cuties!)
I went with a gif to describe each move as it seemed easier at first - it ended up taking way too much time. The end result was satisfying though, so I might keep it up!
AudiobookSync's Eighth Season has finally begun!
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Debut author Dawn Kurtagich is dead on in this terrifying psychological thriller!
Over two decades have passed since the fire at Elmbridge High, an inferno that took the lives of five teenagers. Not much was known about the events leading up to the tragedy - only that one student, Carly Johnson, vanished without a trace...
...until a diary is found hidden in the ruins.
But the diary, badly scorched, does not belong to Carly Johnson. It belongs to Kaitlyn Johnson, a girl who shouldn't exist. Who was Kaitlyn? Why did she come out only at night? What is her connection to Carly?
The case has been reopened. Police records are being reexamined: psychiatric reports, video footage, text messages, e-mails.
And the diary.
The diary that paints a much more sinister version of events than was ever made publicly known.
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Written: Edith Wharton
Narrated by: Elizabeth Klett
Length: 9 h 52mins
This month’s free Whispersync for Voice freebie is The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton.
It's been a struggle to read anything since this year began. Nothing held my attention. I must have started around ten books and finished none. An endless lists of books before me: review copies, new releases and library copies...
I was overwhelmed.
Until I asked myself what I really wanted to read. The answer was criminal fiction: a page turner that will ignite my reading passion. I turned to one of my favorites - Jeffery Deaver. I had started one of his books back in October (oh yes...) and just couldn't get into it. A trip we took last week presented the perfect reading spot: a 4-hour train ride! The book was really good; expect a review posted soon enough!
On other news, I bought some new books:
That's all for now! I can't wait to catch up with all of you!