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Fade In by M. Mabie

[GOODREADS]

Genre: Contemporary/Realistic, Romance

Tatum Elliot is a successful writer on a hit television show, lives in an Upper East Side apartment and loves her life. She wouldn’t change a thing. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have a choice. She’s losing her sight.

Tripping over her tongue and her heels, Tatum all too quickly realizes that the things which appeared so important before are slowly slipping away leaving room for what really matters. With the support of her best friends, family and colleagues, she begins to see that there’s much more to life… and herself.

When Ben Harris enters her life as her new personal assistant, she can’t tell if it’s his good looks and charm that are working on her libido, or his kind and helpful nature working on her heart? Whatever it is, neither one of them can resist it. As her vision fades out, a world of love and happiness just might…Fade In.

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signourneybooks:

Book Photo Challenge
Day 28 - Colours

Went with just one colour. :)

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Weekly Recap #6

Since I have a lot of posts and time zones are awkward things, I’ll be doing a quick post every week that recaps/highlights my original posts and what I’ve been reading in case you missed something.

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So this month I have bought/received like 30 books and read 19. So my ratio of bought to read isn’t too terrible but I do need to work on it..

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thebookhangover:

ladies and gentlemen, the book expo vlog (featuring the lovely thegirlofnovels, the amazing readaroundtherosie, and the beautiful literatureloveaffair). ENJOY!! also i may have stolen alison’s photo for the thumbnail hehe

Ooh it looks like fun!

I can’t wait to hang out with you guys in December. Maybe. Hopefully.

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charmspeaked:

GET TO KNOW ME MEME: [2/5] favourite movies: The Book Thief (2013)

One small fact: you are going to die. Despite every effort, no one lives forever. Sorry to be such a spoiler. My advice is when the time comes, don’t panic. It doesn’t seem to help.

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You know that moment when you’re reading a book and you just have to stop and bite your lip and squeal or sigh or close your eyes and wrinkle your nose and forehead and press the book against your heart and just like sit there and try to soak up the gorgeous literature via osmosis?

That’s my favorite part of reading. 

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The Other Side of You by Salley Vickers

[GOODREADS]

Genre: Psychology, Contemporary

For psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. David McBride, death exerts an unusual draw. Despite his profession, he has never come to terms with the violent accident that took his brother’s life, a trauma that has shaped his personality and subsequent choice of career. But when a failed suicide, Elizabeth Cruikshank, comes into his care, he finds the deepest reaches of his suppressed history being reactivated. Elizabeth is mysteriously reticent about her own past and it is not until David recalls a painting by the Italian artist Caravaggio that she finally yields her story. As she recounts the chance encounter which took her to Rome, and her tragic tale of passion and betrayal, David begins to find a strange and disturbing reflection of his own loss in the haunted “other side” of this elusive woman. Through one long night’s dialogue they journey together into a past which brings painful new insight and uncertain resolution to each of them. “The Other Side of You” is a powerful meditation on art, and on love in all its manifestations.

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rainydayscoffeeandbooks:

August Book Photo Challenge 

Day 28: Colors

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My August book haul (3/?) 

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