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url 2018-04-17 06:11
The Bookish Elf

 

 

"The Bookish Elf is a person with  magical capability of reading ceaselessly and tirelessly and whose growth of 'TBR' list is more than physical growth." 

 

The Bookish Elf is all about the passion for books and reading, knowledge and perception. We are a small group of readers who want the world to know what we read and what they should read.

 

We read from morning to evening, from the dawn to the dusk. we read whenever we get free time from work. And we write when we have enough of the reading. We read the books, the blogs, the article in the newspapers, the magazines, and almost anything we get our hands on. We might have lost ourselves in pages of books years ago, and to find it, we’re turning the pages of any readable thing falls ahead of us. And this Blog is the result of that passion for reading and knowledge.

 

We’ll love to hear pieces of advice, appreciation or criticism. You can send us all your queries and suggestions by filling the form on the Contact us page or mailing us on: contact@bookishelf.com. We’ll be grateful for each word of feedback received from you.

Source: www.bookishelf.com
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text 2018-04-17 06:09
The Bookish Elf

 

"The Bookish Elf is a person with  magical capability of reading ceaselessly and tirelessly and whose growth of 'TBR' list is more than physical growth." 

 

The Bookish Elf is all about the passion for books and reading, knowledge and perception. We are a small group of readers who want the world to know what we read and what they should read.

 

We read from morning to evening, from the dawn to the dusk. we read whenever we get free time from work. And we write when we have enough of the reading. We read the books, the blogs, the article in the newspapers, the magazines, and almost anything we get our hands on. We might have lost ourselves in pages of books years ago, and to find it, we’re turning the pages of any readable thing falls ahead of us. And this Blog is the result of that passion for reading and knowledge.

 

We’ll love to hear pieces of advice, appreciation or criticism. You can send us all your queries and suggestions by filling the form on the Contact us page or mailing us on: contact@bookishelf.com. We’ll be grateful for each word of feedback received from you.

Source: www.bookishelf.com
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photo 2016-12-19 16:56

Happy Holidays!

 

It's hard for me to believe it's almost been two years since I released Sacrificed (The Last Oracle Book 1) on Amazon. And because of you guys and all your support, the book still remains on a couple of Kindle Teen & YA Bestseller lists.

 

In celebration—and also because it's Christmas—Sacrificed is FREE on Kindle for the FIRST TIME EVER.

 

Please tell your friends. And your enemies. I mean, come on, it's Christmas!

 

The promo ends on 12/21/16. Here's the Amazon link: http://smarturl.it/wibbskindle

 

 

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text 2016-07-14 00:12
Needs vs Wants
Ravenspur: Rise of the Tudors - Conn Iggulden
Kingmaker: Broken Faith - Toby Clements

I have approximately 1,000 books that I haven't read. However, I had a great NEED for these two.....so I ordered them.

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review 2016-03-21 00:00
The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Mystery
The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Myste... The Book Stops Here: A Bibliophile Mystery - Kate Carlisle Poor Brooklyn. She doesn't really find dead bodies wherever she goes. Really. It just seems that way.

I'm in love with this series. The books are fast-paced and the bookbinding information is very interesting. I really like the characters that Carlisle has created in this series.
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