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The Blog-tember Challenge: Day Twelve…


I love these prompts & I thank you so much Bailey for doing these for the month.  If you would like to join the fun, head on over to Love Bailey Jean to linkup & such!


Today’s prompt:  Three books!  One book you just read, one you're currently reading and one you want to read.


One you just read:  I know, it's not one but I'm gonna consider it one.  I finished up reading the Complete Collection for the second time & went right into The Cursed Child.  The best way to do it, I think.  The original stories were fresh in my brain before following Albus on his adventure.  :)


One you're currently reading:  I heard people talking about this book but it wasn't until I saw the movie preview that it got me to download it.  I'm about 20% in (per my Kindle app) & I just wanna sit & read & read.  I want some answers gosh dang it!  Ha, ha!


One you want to read:  I've never read this & it's been sitting on my Kindle for quite a long time.  I know that they are not all the Disney happy endings &, you know what, that makes me even more excited to read them & get the real story.  :)

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  1. I'm just visiting from Braveloveblog's link-up. I read the Grimm's Fairy Stories in a children's lit class in college. While the stories are a bit strange, they're good. I enjoyed it!

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    1. I'm excited to read it, that's for sure. :)

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  2. I wasn't the biggest fan of The Girl on the Train the book, but I think the movie looks really good!

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    1. Really?! I have not heard anyone say that yet. I'll see what I think once it's done. It reads a lot like Gone Girl which I liked the book but hated the ending of it. :\

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    1. Right now, Rachel took herself to the police station to talk. I really am anxious to see how this whole thing goes.

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  4. I loved Girl on the Train! And of course, I'm rereading HP now so I love that too! I would be interested in reading Grimm's fairy tales too. The happy endings are so repetitive, the real stories would be more interesting!

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    1. Exactly! They were meant to scare children into making good decisions. I also want to read the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales as well. :)

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  5. The Girl on the Train is great. It's definitely one of those books that you just want to keep reading to find out what's going to happen next.

    Stef
    the Noveltea Corner

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    1. It really is! I am enjoying it. :)

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  6. I am not into mysteries but I heard that Girl On The Train is a good one to start with because I want to get my feet wet in this genre without ending up with nightmares lol

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    1. Oh, I love mysteries. I'm a huge fan of James Patterson books - not his chick-lit, his other books. :)

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