Bookish Babble Y15.W4

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Sleep is for the weak!215b065a10b7e5da1e49f76c6b575fd4

Ah book hangovers! That’s how you can tell it was a really good book, you don’t want to move on and can’t fathom reading another book.11216708_712600625536810_6997348834326223197_nedbcc678b465d0d9ab92482256c910deIMG_0577

Until next time πŸ™‚ Enjoy your shelves :-).4bd7a1a7b1a6b8e1ae2c10fb730d1444

3 thoughts on “Bookish Babble Y15.W4

  1. That last image is so creepy πŸ˜€ but it’s the sinister look on the girls face. Bloody hell.

    Oh, I wish I could get back into books lately. All this summery weather has left me readless at the moment. I actually long for the days when I was awake until all hours of the morning because I couldn’t put a book down. Thanks for sharing this week Sarah, and for totally creeping me out with the last image πŸ˜€

    • Hahaha oh dear I hadn’t paid attention to her face.

      I find I read more in the colder weather. There is nothing better then being rugged up in a blanket reading. Warm weather just zaps by brain and I spend most of my time in the water somewhere or in front of a fan complaining :-P.

  2. Hahaha oh dear I hadn’t paid attention to her face.

    I find I read more in the colder weather. There is nothing better then being rugged up in a blanket reading. Warm weather just zaps by brain and I spend most of my time in the water somewhere or in front of a fan complaining :-P.

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