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Welcome to week 437!

Today is actually our 10th Blogoversary, but we will celebrate that in a later post! Be sure to check back for a surprise!

RULES:

*Grab a book, any book.

*Turn to Page 56 or 56% on your ereader.
If you have to improvise, that is okay.

*Find a snippet, short and sweet.

*Post it, and add the url to your post in the Linky below.

Also join in the fun on Instagram using the hashtags #Instagram56 #Friday56

Happy weekend to you all!

Check out this read on Amazon.



Here is my snippet from page 56...




Book Beginnings leave your links in the comments if you didn't join in the Friday 56.








Q: Do you own more than one copy of a book?
A: No. I did have doubles on my Kindle but have since deleted them.











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Comments

  1. The title is so intriguing and I love the cover. Sounds like a fun summer read too. Have a great weekend, Freda!

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  2. From the descriptions it sounds like they are old people to me (not reading the blurb for clues) but guessing from them all being in the day room asleep and the clothes they are wearing... I'm curious :)

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  3. This is on my TBR list! I hope you're enjoying it and congratulations on your 10th Blogoversary!

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  4. Happy anniversary!
    I love the cover of your current read!
    On the book blogger hop - NOPE! No duplicates, at least not of the same format. :)

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  5. Like the playfulness in that excerpt. Hope you enjoy this one!

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  6. Hope you are enjoying your book, I loved the series. :)

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  7. I love the cover of the book!
    I also tend to have only one copy of the book, since Kindle can be in a mess as well as the bookshelves))

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  8. That snippet is very intriguing!

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  9. Hi Freda, Happy 10th!!
    I don’t own more than one copy of any book per se but I do own different formats of the same book. For example, I’ve got the paperback versions of Holly Bell’s Amanda Cadabra Mysteries as well as the Kindle versions. I own the Kindle version of Teresa Gabelman's The Protectors series and also the Audible versions so that I can access my favourite reads wherever I am.

    Having said that, I'm sure the collector in me would also want a favourite book in multiple paperbacks if they changed the cover design. ;-)

    I hope you enjoy your weekend. Here's my BBH Post

    Flora x

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  10. I loved that book, and it's companion about Harold Fry! Brings back good memories of the stories. I hope you enjoy them, too.

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  11. That teaser! It reminded me of every time someone would ask me if my husband was dancing in the ballet Don Quixote--I would say, "No, he mostly just walks around." Although, he also fights a windmill and falls down. Haha

    I do own multiple copies of books, mostly in different formats. Not a whole lot. But a few.

    I hope you have a great week!

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