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A Picture’s Worth: Corpses and Young Love

Words have always carried more weight with me than images – give me a book over its movie any day – but I do love to see the beautiful images other people create when they’re in love with a book. That’s not my strength, but I can certainly appreciate it in others! So here’s a few of my faves based on what I’ve been reading recently.


If you’ve read either of these and loved them too, vote for them in the Goodreads Choice Awards!

If you haven’t read either, you should definitely do so!


Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs

I’m a huge fan of quirky science-based nonfiction (like What If by Randall Munroe) so this was a perfect addition to my collection. I love Doughty’s humour throughout, and the fact that she doesn’t shy away from being really really honest about some of the more grisly or cringey aspects of life after death. See my full review of her book here!

They’re considering it… you can tell…

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The answer appears to be yes. . . Link in bio.

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The short answer: someone gets a very quiet neighbor for the rest of the ride 💀


Pumpkinheads

Oh wow was this adorable! I laughed and smiled so much that the people at the coffee shop I was at while reading were probably considering throwing me out. Seriously though, this is a great quick read no matter what time of year it is. See the full review!

A lovely spread!

There had to be a pic of this book on leaves. How could there not be?? ☺


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