Theme Thursdays, hosted by Reading Between Pages, is all about finding themes in the books we read and enjoying the writing styles of the authors we explore.
Booking Through Thursday is like a conversation amongst bloggers in response to a prompt issued each week.
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Our themes give us a wonderful opportunity to explore and understand different writing styles and descriptive approaches adopted by authors.
The theme for this week is
DAY Weekdays or actual day usage etc.
My selection today is A Tale of Two Sisters, by Anna Maxted, a book that has been resting on my TBR stacks for quite awhile. Ms. Maxted has created an unforgettable story of siblings in the best of times and the worst of times in London.
Snippet: Tabitha and Jeremy lived next door, and from the day we moved in and Tabitha knocked with champagne, they were determined to love us. p. 3
Booking: Do Over:
Have you ever bought a book, started reading it and then realised you have already read it? If so, how far did you get? (Can you tell this happened to me for the first time ever this week!?!)
No…but I have picked up a book in the bookstore, because the cover drew me in…and I had read other books by the author, only to come home and see that I already had it! And had read it….Duh!
And sometimes, I read a blurb in a book and think…oh, good, only to realize that I’ve read it. Usually I realize before buying it, though…lol
What about you? Have you had these kinds of do-overs?