Reading Blog #7

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I haven’t done a reading update in a while, and I miss them. Having thoughts on books, I read, but I felt that they aren’t interesting enough for me to post. The issue with that is I regret not posting them in the end. I guess inside, I want to talk about books with other bookworms.

In a way, I see myself in both Nora and Charlie; after all, they are both bookworms like myself. I won’t lie; it took me a bit to get into and understand the hype, but that ending melted my heart. Emily Henry is a new author to me, but if her novels are as good as Book Lovers, I look forward to picking up another read from her. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I think we have enemies to lovers here. The audiobook was excellent.

A read that impressed me lately was the memoir of Nujeen with the title Nujeen: One Girl’s Incredible Journey from War-torn Syria in a Wheelchair. She has Cerebral like me. So when I read that she needed surgery similar to the ones I had, this overwhelming feeling. Mine was done in Malta, and I was given strong pain medication, and I was still jumping on the bed with pain and spasms.

I’m not judging, but I don’t think Syria is that well equipped, so she must have been in a lot of pain. At the start of her journey, I sensed that she was almost unaware of the danger she was in. I’m in awe of how positive she is after what she and her family had to go through. I finally managed to finish all the novels that are out so far in both Beefcakes by Katana Collins and Moonflower Cove Series by Addison Clarke.



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