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The #Friday56 & #Instagram56

Welcome to week 529!

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. If you don't link up, we may not know to visit.

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

Happy Victoria Day or Memorial Day weekend to you all!


Check out this read on Amazon.


Here is my 56...




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



Q:  Do you have a monthly/yearly budget for books? Or are you a "what's a book budget?" kind of reader?
A:  I am definitely the latter. I don't buy a lot of books since I get so many for free for review. No point in budgeting random, seldom, shoppings of a prized possessions.






**This post is part of a weekly book meme. Compensation may be earned from the link within.

Comments

  1. Looks and sounds like a great summer novel. Enjoy!

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  2. I really like the quotes for this one, especially the 56. I really got a good picture of what the garden looked like. Have a great weekend!

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  3. The cover of the book is lovely. I wanted to dive right in.
    I don't budget, either. I do, however, buy used if there's something I really want to have a copy.

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  4. All Right Here looks really good and I love the cover. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  5. That cover is like the exact image of an outdoor party I want to one day have! This also sounds like a nice read, I loved that description of a riotous garden in summer! Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a lovely weekend!

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  6. I don't agree with Ivy in the opening chapter - I prefer to give gifts that I think the person would like, but that's just me. The book looks very interesting and going off your extracts well written.

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  7. Love the quote, I feel the character is kinda sassy and I love that.

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  8. Hi Freda! I didn't get time to do a regular Friday Post, so I just slammed one together quickly this morning. So no Friday 56 (I'm reading an Afrikaans book, so you guys would be lost in any case!).

    Ha - the advantages of getting so many ARC's. But I am so far behind on reading books that I actually own, that I don't even request any ARC's at this stage. And I bought a whole stack of new books only last week.... Hey, at least it's not drugs. I could have been drugs.

    Hope you are well and enjoying and a good weekend!

    Elza Reads

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  9. I confess that I don't have a book budget but I honestly mostly get my books from the library, which is free. Sorry I am so late to respond. Fridays I watch my grandson and now that he is mobile I don't have much chance to do anything other than keep an eagle eye on him all day. Exhausting.

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  10. She and I have different philosophies about gift giving. LOL Sounds like a good book. I hope you have a great week!

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