Love this! ♥️🖤 A family book club meet up for Father's Day?! What better way to celebrate! 📚📖 High praise for Pachinko here 👇 😍#Repost @itsakollerfulworld ・・・ Still catching myself with a huge grin on my face as I think about this weekend’s successful #Pachinko family #bookclub for #FathersDay 😆 We talked about how older generations simply don’t know how to express their words well, resulting in harsher words or suppressed emotions, 한, over the years, and how we can better that for our own family 🎎 We talked about who we liked or identified most with and why, who we thought others resembled, and what we might have done if we were in their shoes, speaking through the characters. We talked about how peaceful the “simpler times” seemed compared to the distractions of today yet how much burden must have been on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents to provide a “better” life, a life they could not fully have, for their most beloved children. . . I am so thankful that this book and its dual translations brought way for such a powerful and fruitful two hour conversation I never thought I’d get to have with my parents 🇰🇷 🇯🇵 🇺🇸 My last Pachinko post for a while, but thanks a bajillion to @lee_minjin, who made my dad speechless by how vividly she articulated history, bringing light to what was needed to be said, yet also reminding us of so much more, like human trafficking, that could not be unpacked in the same story. .
Another different #Pachinko cover 😍 so many stunning covers!! 📒📕📗📙 #Repost @artemiss_the_reader ・・・
I mean, who wouldn't want to sit in a gondola full of books?! 🤷♀️ 🚣📚#Repost @bluevanbooks
What chapter are you currently on?🔖 #Pachinko If you have finished, how long ⌚ did it take you to read it? 🤔💟 #currentlyreading
Biblionight is a large project aimed at promotion of reading 📖 and drawing✏️ with attention to literature. It is implemented across Russia 🇷🇺 every year. On this night 🌃libraries, museums, galleries, book stores, and art spaces 🎨all over the country are open for visitors beyond their opening hours and showcase classical and interactive forms of conversation with a book. 📚❤️ #Repost @sorokinaannaa ・・・
Another fantastic piece written 📝 by our current author @lee_minjin ❤️ for The New Yorker.🗽Please read the whole article via the link 🔗in our bio. . . . #Repost @lee_minjin I went to Yale from 1986-90, and well, I found it difficult. I wrote "Stonehenge" which is about my first writing workshop.
Happy #pride month! 🏳️🌈🌈❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 #loveislove
Yet another stunning cover of Pachinko! 💓😻 📘#Repost @vaseliteratura.cz ・・・
Our current author ✍️ Min Jin Lee wrote a beautiful piece about bell hooks💗 (a past OSS author) for the New York Times recently...and it gives us all the feels 😍 Please click the 🔗link in our bio to read it ☝️ you won't be disappointed! 👑👑
We love this 😍👌📚 #Repost @torontolibrary ・・・ In 1974, these two Toronto women drove their Feminist Bookmobile into small towns across Ontario. Judith Quinlan and Ellen Woodsworth saved up money to convert a school bus and stock up on pamphlets and books to sell (at cost) on topics such as women's history in Canada, birth control, day care and also works by feminist poets. 📸: Toronto Star Photograph Archive, found on our Digital Archive (tpl.ca/digitalarchive)
Amazing news 💓 - Team OSS are happy to announce that Min Jin Lee has agreed to answer some of our burning 🔥 questions ❓ about her book & our current read 📖 ‘Pachinko’. To be in with a chance, please submit your questions either in the comments below ⬇, or head up ⬆to the link 🔗 in the bio where you can submit them in the forum. 😎 #AskTheAuthor
Happy birthday 🎂🎉 to previous OSS author ✍️Eve Ensler! Were you reading 📖 along with us when her book 'The Vagina Monologues' ♥️was our featured book in Jan & Feb 2017? 📆
Scroll for #KaiChengThom pearls 🐚⚪️ of wisdom on Trans-Inclusive Activism, Art & Truth and Self Care 🧜🏼♀️(thx @wearesophomore for making this series). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔗💖 LINK IN BIO 2 SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS FOR Kai Cheng Thom 🧜🏼♀️⚪️🐚 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “...I think the most essential piece of art making for activism is truth. I’ve quoted the poet John Keats before, and I’ll do it again, ‘Truth is beauty and beauty is truth and that is all you need to know.’ And when it comes to my own art practice, I think that means facing the ugly truths within myself, the truths that are not always so beautiful actually, the ways in which my activism is imperfect. The ways in which my self care is imperfect. The people I have failed to protect, the analysis I failed to have in the right moments...when we can tell the truth about that, we become capable of telling the truth about everything. We become capable of exposing the lies and the misinformation that is so characteristic of the era we now live in.” - Kai Cheng Thom 🔥💄 Author of #fiercefemmesandnotoriousliars
🗣 ASK KAI CHENG THOM A QUESTION 🌈 Team OSS are thrilled to announce that #KaiChengThom - author of our current read #fiercefemmesandnotoriousliars - will be answering some of your burning 🔥 questions! 🧜🏼♀🐝 🗡⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Please submit your question ❓ in the comments - or via 🔗 link in bio - by April 14th and we'll pass your questions along for her to select from. ❤ @metonymypress #asktheauthor
Happy birthday to the Phenomenal #MayaAngelou 🎂 this artwork 🎨 & post ✍️ is a stunning tribute to a remarkable woman and one of the most popular authors OSS has featured. 👏🏾💪🏾 #Repost @tazmatic618 ・・ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Johnson in St. Louis, Missouri, on (April 4, 1928 - Died May 28, 2014 ). She grew up in St. Louis and Stamps, Arkansas. She was an author, poet, historian, songwriter, playwright, dancer, stage and screen producer, director, performer, singer, and civil rights activist. She was best known for her 7 autobiographical books and Her volumes of poetry. In 1959, at the request of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Angelou became the northern coordinator for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. From 1961 to 1962 she was associate editor of The Arab Observer in Cairo, Egypt, the only English-language news weekly in the Middle East, and from 1964 to 1966 she was feature editor of the African Review in Accra, Ghana. She returned to the United States in 1974 and was appointed by Gerald Ford to the Bicentennial Commission and later by Jimmy Carter to the Commission for International Woman of the Year. She accepted a lifetime appointment in 1982 as Reynolds Professor of American Studies at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In 1993, Angelou wrote and delivered a poem, “On The Pulse of the Morning," at the inauguration for President Bill Clinton at his request. In 2000, she received the National Medal of Arts, and in 2010 she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama. Maya was the first black woman director in Hollywood, Angelou wrote, produced, directed, and starred in productions for stage, film, and television. In 1971, she wrote the original screenplay and musical score for the film Georgia, Georgia, and was both author and executive producer of a five-part television miniseries “Three Way Choice.” She also wrote and produced several prize-winning documentaries, including “Afro-Americans in the Arts," a PBS special for which she received the Golden Eagle Award.
This throwback of OSS’ current author #KaiChengThom nurturing our future authors 🌱🌻 at a 🆓 writing workshop for kids 😭💓 is giving us all the feels on #internationalchildrensbookday 📸 @mcfarlanebooks
💙 #Repost @thefoxfisher 💗 Hoping trans people everywhere can feel safe and supported enough to experience a very happy #transdayofvisibility. Stay awesome. ❤️
Our thoughts exactly! 😮💖⭐ #Repost @bracamontelau ・・・ Just finished it. No words. Simply WOW. . . . . #fiercefemmesandnotoriousliars #kaichengthom #womeniadmire #yellowaesthetic #booksandflowers #booksbooksbooks #bookstagram #wow #femme #feminism #feminist #yellow #bookish #bookworm #booknerd #bookclub #bookaddict #bookaholic #oursharedshelf #strongwomen #nature #freedom #magicalrealism #literature #bookshelf #metonymypress #surrealism #queer
📚🆓📚 LINK IN BIO TO WIN A COPY of OSS’ #currentlyreading : #fiercefemmesandnotoriousliars by #KaiChengThom 📚🆒🆕📚 This giveaway is worldwide 🌏 so enter from wherever you’re reading! 💙💚 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Just follow the 🔗 link in our bio 🔗 and answer the following question❓: "Why do you feel it’s important for OSS to feature work from transgender writers?” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Good Luck!🤞xo Team Our Shared Shelf ox
#currentlyreading & absolutely loving! 📖💝 🐝🧜🏼♀️ Join us if you haven't already ❤️ #Repost @newplainsstudentpublishing ・・・ Just a little bit of dangerous. #KaiChengThom #author #literary #literature #read #quote #quotes
Is anyone else in love with the cover? 🎨😍 Thanks for the great pic @charandbooks #Repost ・・・ Currently reading a very different kind of transgender memoir: “fish means being able to walk in the daylight, as far as you please from the Street of Miracles, without fear of being chased and beat up by somebody or arrested by the cops. It means being able to get a job, one outside of selling the glamour and flesh men come looking to buy in secret in the night. It means maybe getting a boyfriend, sweet and handsome and uncomplicated, wealthy enough to take you to the highest towers of the City. That’s what fish means, my dear... and I want that for you.” • #fiercefemmesandnotoriousliars #kaichengthom #oursharedshelf #queerliteverymonth
Wow 😍 how amazing is that? 📚💜#Repost @ikramjourney ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ one of the most beautiful and outstanding libraries i've been to : Le bal des ardents in Lyon, France 📚 . . #library #bookstagrammer #bookstagram #bookaddict #travel #bibliophile #french #beautiful #france #travel #bookstore #books #instabooks #read #tbt #instaread #bookshelf #instagood #
Totally agree 😁👍🧡 #Repost @beebananae ・・・ My current reads. #oursharedshelf #bookstagram Thought provoking and a brilliant glimpse inside the minds of someone who writes so well! I learn and grow with each chapter I read, you should read them too!❣️ Eg les desse for tida. #sisteroutsider #thethingsiwouldtellyou #lifeinthebooks
We ♥️ this beautiful and honest review! 💖 Thank you @amal.books ⭐ #repost ・・・ Quite recently , @emmawatson chose this book for her feminist book club : @oursharedshelf . Everyone was picking it up , and so did I ( thanks to @saqibooks & Elisabeth) . The things I would tell you is an anthology edited by @sabrinamahfouz , a British/Egyptian play/screen writer and a poet . In other words , it is a collection of works ( short stories , plays , essays , poems ) written by british muslim women and It mainly examines a lot of different perceptions of what being a muslim woman truly means . It is so hard to give a one-size-fits-all kind of review for all of the chapters since there is a wide range of works here . But I have to admit that some chapters were not to my taste , which is bound to happen with anthologies. They are either written in a fancy unfathomable way ( like the first chapter) or unrelatable ( like most of the poems). Sabrina Mahfouz's Battleface , Kamila Shamsie's The girl next door and Ahdaf Soueif's Mezzaterra are my absolute favourites . Kamila Shamsie really hit me hard with her story . If you're thinking about reading this one , you have to forget about the hype ( so that you won't be disappointed afterwards) . Leave your expectations and comparisons , especially wih the good immigrant, aside , and enjoy a book that celebrates diversity and representation. #books #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #emmawatson #oursharedshelf #feministbooks #feminism #muslimwomen #britishwomen #hijab #bookreview #thethingsiwouldtellyou #saqibooks #coffee
It really is beautiful 😍 who else is reading along with us? 📖🌟 #Repost @bookish.feminist ・・・ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Things I Would Tell You is a beautiful collection of writing. Some of the poetry will move you to tears. I don’t normally read plays, but the two that were in here make me want to change that! Thanks @oursharedshelf for such a wonderful book that opened my eyes to International topics and writing that I didn’t know I needed.
First of all get well soon @fwright95 🤧♥️ Secondly, we would like to offer our Instagram followers the chance to ask @sabrinamahfouz and some of the authors of the amazing ‘The Things I Would Tell You' a question! Please send your question for the authors to us via direct message and we will pick as many as we can to ask them! 💛❔💜 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Repost @fwright95 ・・・ It is safe to say I have been practically living off of Lemon & Honey Water the past week trying to get rid a horrid cold that I got at the start of my week off last week - Isn't that always the way? But I have been enjoying getting back into my reading. And thought I would branch out more when I discovered this @oursharedshelf reading list.. And so here is my first New Read of the List: The Things I Would Tell You edited by Sabrina Mahfouz, full of pieces written by British Muslim Women. I am excited to say the least!
The writers in our Jan & Feb anthology #thethingsiwouldtellyou : British Muslim Women Write “blow away the narrow image of the ‘Muslim Woman” (@saqibooks). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In London, @inclusivemosque is creating places of worship for the practice and promotion of inclusive Islamic principles. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Repost @inclusivemosque... Happy New Year all! Swipe for 2019 Jummah dates. We can't thank you enough for the support you showed us in 2018. You came out in your droves to show solidarity with each other and to give some love to a little mosque like ours with no permanent home (yet!), that hopes to bring people together, to understand differences and to fight for justice and equality for all. See you in the coming months 💜
😄👍 #Repost @saqibooks ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Lots of orders from local and national suppliers have now been dispatched, so if you’re taking part in #thethingsiwouldtellyou @oursharedshelf #feministbookclub read with #emmawatson, there are copies available near you! Happy reading 📚 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #backinstock #oursharedshelf #shelfie #bookshelfie #bookshelf #muslim #muslimwomen #beautifulbooks #beautifulbookcovers #bookclub #amreading
Meet ✏️ @sabrinamahfouz 💫 the editor of #thethingsiwouldtellyou : British Muslim Women Write 🤩 our Jan & Feb book pick! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📰 LINK IN BIO 🗞 to read Sabrina’s @guardian interview chatting all things... ✔️ race, class & motherhood ✔️ Muslim women’s identities being joyously multiple, complex and contradictory ✔️ sex work and feminism ✔️ @criticsofcolour (which fights for fairer representation in arts criticism) ✔️ Her MANY 2019 projects 🚀🔥 1️⃣ A stage adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s YA novel ‘Noughts and Crosses’ 2️⃣ another anthology ‘Smashing It: Working Class Artists on Life, Arts and Making it Happen’ 3️⃣ a screenplay about east London rapper Wiley 4️⃣ a libretto (#womanatpointzero with @royaloperahouse) 5️⃣ a novel ‘Lost Clubs of London’ 6️⃣ a dance production! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Interview by Arifa Akbar / 📸 by @ana__cuba
So glad you were able to get your copy in the end! 💖📖 #Repost @juliabrary ・・・ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Despite the 70-ish unread books I own. Despite my packed reading plan. Despite my many readalongs. Despite my dying bank account... I ordered my copy of The Things I Would Tell You. . I’ve been meaning to read it ever since @sofia_reading mentioned it in one of her stories (highlighted, I think). I will need it for my PhD and I’m beyond excited to dive into Muslim women texts, which I have never read yet. AND, it’s @oursharedshelf’s choice for January and February. Anything that @emmawatson chooses, I am bound to love. . I want to warmly thank Chloé from @saqibooks for helping me placing my order. Rarely have I been such a liability. I mixed up “State” and “Country” and wrote an email to ask if they shipped to France (I know. I know.🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️), and then I made no less than THREE mistakes in the address, sending panicked emails to Chloé who kindly corrected them (on a Saturday!). Chloé, if you rolled your eyes more than once, I totally understand you. Still, Chloé wrote a personal message for me, and added this adorable bookmark. You’ve gotta love this indie publishers! Thank you Chloé!! . Will you take part in @oursharedshelf’s book club? I sure took the book with me to Paris (along with three others because you never know in which mood you will be!). . Happy Sunday peeps! . —— #bookblogger #bookreviewers #bloggingforbooks #thelitbooks #bookfeatures #currentlyreading #nonfiction #readwomen #writersofcolour #muslimwomen #muslimwriters #thethingsiwouldtellyou #oursharedshelf #indiepublishers
#herstory 🕌📚🏫🧕🏽“We have a young Arab Muslim woman named #FatimaAlFihri to thank for establishing the university system as we know it today. In 859 CE, Al-Fihri founded the University of Al-Qarawiyyin in Fes, Morocco, which is recognized by the United Nations as the oldest existing continually operating university in the world, as well as the first to award degrees. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In addition to holding the title for the world’s oldest university, the Al-Qarawiyyin Library is regarded as the oldest in the world, and it preserves some of Islam’s most valuable manuscripts. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s home to more than 4,000 works by respected scholars from across the region, including texts as treasured and rare as a 9th century Quran. In its prime, the library was “a bridge of knowledge of researchers, between Africa and between the Middle East and Europe,” Abdullah al-Henda, a member of the library’s restoration team, told NPR. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Born in modern-day Tunisia in the 9th century, Al-Fihri grew up in a well-educated and well-to-do family...Al-Fihri and her sister Mariam were lucky to have their curiosity of the world supported and encouraged by their family and environment...The untimely deaths of her father, husband, and brother in quick succession left Al-Fihri searching for new purpose, however. Endowed with a sizable inheritance from their father, Fatima and Mariam were gifted great financial independence, and with it, opportunity. As devoted religious students, the sisters were moved to put their newfound wealth back into the community in which they’d grown up. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Al-Fihri was involved from the ground up, from managing all the details of its construction—during which she fasted in the tradition of Ramadan for two years until the project was complete—to establishing it as an educational center where the community could gather and learn.” ✏️💓 excerpts from a piece written by @aylinz for @girlboss (March 27, 2018) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #thethingsiwouldtellyou #feminist
Great review! 📖 Stunning photo! 📸🧡#Repost @khubaibliophile ・・・ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Hello guys!! So, I opened this exciting #bookmail only because you guys voted to see it. 😬😬 . This book made me excited like a teenager. Yes, with age, the things that will make you feel excited would be on a diminishing curve. So, I was eyeing this book for months and months but when Hermione @emmawatson added it to her reading club @oursharedshelf for Jan-Feb, I wanted to get my hands to it so bad that I literally begged @saqibooks to send me a copy. And they're so sweet to send it all the way from London. . . Thank you Elizabeth and Hassan for the trouble. . So, about the book, The Things I Would Tell You (British Muslim Women Write) is an anthology of a variety of narratives and writing styles - fiction, memoir, opinion, poetry, drama - that reflects the richness of these women's works. The authors take us from Karachi to Algiers, Palestine to New York, Yemen to Somalia, and eventually, we end up rooted in Britain. . This ground-breaking collection, edited by @sabrinamahfouz , blows away the narrow image of the Muslim Women. To read further about the book read @ilhamreads blog post. The link is in her bio. . This is the second time I am going to be a part of @oursharedshelf and I can't contain the excitement. 🕺🕺 . . . #thethingsiwouldtellyou #allkindsofmagic #hyggelife #darkphotography #photooftheday #stilllife_perfection #met_createchange #sabrinamahfouz #kamilashamsie #leilaaboulela #britishmuslims #muslimwomen #emmawatson #oursharedshelf #goodreads #botm #literature #bookstagramuk #london #londoners #saqibooks #bookstagram #india #aligarh #feminist #anthologies #tealovers #red
So glad you found us 📖📚💖#Repost @books.tea.quotes ・・・ Does anyone else go through reading phases like I do? I’ll suddenly decide that I want to read Oscar Wilde and get a massive book with all his works and obsessively read my way through it. I’ve done it with a lot of different authors and topics. And thanks to Emma Watson’s feminist book club, @oursharedshelf , I am on my next kick! I knew she had a book club, but until I read Feminists Don’t Wear Pink, I didn’t know too much about it. But I just hit the halfway mark (I’ve read 10 out of the 20 books) and I cannot stop! So today when I went to the library, I grabbed a bunch of books on the list, pretty much all of the ones that were available and that I hadn’t read already, and a few others I saw on the feminism shelf. I’m so ready for this! #bookstagram #bookish #bookpics #booklover #instabooks #booknerd #bookworm #bookfeaturepage #read #reading #igreads #bibliophile #instaread #lovebooks #feminism #emmawatson #oursharedshelf #feminist #feministbooks
#Repost @bundleofbooksblog ・・・ Happy Friday! I hope you've all got some lovely plans for the weekend? After a wonderful few days in Salzburg, mine is simply to cook something nice and get back into the flow of being home. 😊 . Here's a picture from our trip to Bamberg today. On the train I managed to get about half way through Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race. It is an excellent introduction to understanding racism in Britain today and I think it should be on everybody's bookshelf. Have you read it yet? It's a perfect read for #blackhistorymonth 📖 . You may notice I gave up on the riotgrams challenge. 🤔 But I'm joining the @25infive mini readathon this weekend. I'm not able to do much today, so will have to do most of my reading tomorrow though! 😂 #8inboo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #bookishFriday #blackhistorybooks #whyimnolongertalkingtowhitepeopleaboutrace #renieddolodge #bookishtravels #bookwormtravels #travellingbookworm #travellingreader #bookishselfie #bookwormselfie #readingwoman #bamberglove #readathon #readingchallenge #bookstagram #oursharedshelf
💜😍#Repost @rpalaces ・・・ I’ve gotten stuck in my 2018 Books Resolution 😩, but I’m so excited to rev back up with @oursharedshelf’s Sept/Oct selection—Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier! I caught heat back in high school for this “conceited” pick, but #sorrynotsorry. This Gothic mystery-romance has my name all over it. #rebecca #oursharedshelf #resolvetoread
👍#Repost @pani.klein ・・・ Home alone... 📖🍷 #greatread #selfcare #booklover #poetry #rupikaur #milkandhoney #bookshelf #oursharedshelf #bibliophile #cozyliving
Even the 'cheap edition' is beautiful 😍#Repost @thehalcyondaysofsummer ・・・ ‘Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.’ 💛 There are books that call to be read and reread again and again. Thank you Daphne. 🙏🏻 #Rebecca #daphnedumaurier #oursharedshelf
Another cover for Rebecca we haven't posted yet 📚💜#Repost @irelambia ・・・ #🙋♀️📚#rebecca#laprimamoglie#letture#classici#edizione1993#arnoldomondadorieditore#book👩#alfredhitchcockVsdumaurier#oursharedshelf#sept/oct#emmawatson#
👌#Repost @bellemaegranger ・・・ This account is most definitely not a #bookstagram but I still wanted to share this picture with my followers.I read ‘milk and honey’ by Rupi Kaur two months ago and ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ after they were featured on @oursharedshelf . As I’ve been interested in reading ‘Rebecca’ for the last two years I was more than happy to finally pick up a copy and read it alongside with Our Shared shelf . I’m only halfway through but I have to say that so far I am really enjoying it! I think it’s the perfect book for September/October and I would definitely recommend checking out Our Shared Shelf on @goodreads . I hope everyone is enjoying spooky season and I’m looking forward to read ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’by Margaret Atwood who also wrote ‘Cat’s Eye which is one of my favorites. 🍁 📚 📖 🎃👻
This picture is 🎨👌♥️#Repost @fanclub_books ・・・ Knižka plná krásnych a poučných citátov do života. #oursharedshelf
Truth. 🙌 #Repost @kenni_marie96 ・・・ A room without books is like a body without a soul. 📖 #oursharedshelf
#Repost @itsneverbecky ・・・ Perfect time of year to re-read this excellently titled book @oursharedshelf #2018readingchallenge #rebecca #daphnedumaurier #rebeccarseadingrebecca #oursharedshelf #readwomen #booksbywomen #fiction #gothic #mystery #thriller #theotherwoman #readingchallenge #readabookaweek #bookswithyourname #lastnightidreamtiwenttomanderleyagain
A beautiful poem by Rupi Kaur - Milk and Honey is still our featured book for a few more days!
Another fantastic poem from Rupi Kaur. Have you read Milk and Honey yet? What was your favourite poem?
😻#Repost @herjohnny_hisjune ・・・ Reading a new powerful book with a purring cat as company. Purrrrfect👌💗 #ThePower #NaomiAlderman #EmpoweringWomen #OurSharedShelf #FeministBookClub #Bookstagram #BooksAndCats #Catstagram #SciFi #Nikon #Photography
A short but beautiful poem from Rupi Kaur. Milk and Honey is our current read on Our Shared Shelf. 🥛🍯💖📚