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  1. Just finished ‘Mallory’ (2nd part to Bird Box). It wasn’t the best book I’ve ever written, but it held my interest well enough.

    I’ve been meaning to re-read ‘Secret Garden’ for many years, so that will probably be my next read as it seems that most of the other books I wanted to read are currently not available at the library. When I was younger, I enjoyed adventure books and lately, I’ve been reminded of the magic those stories created for me. It might sound silly, but I think I will try to recreate that with some of the books that are meant for the younger generation. Life was just simpler back then.

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  2. Oooh, a beautiful illustration! I actually just finished reading a novelization of Star Wars–the one that introduces Luke, Leia, and such. It’s a bit embarrassing to admit, but I’ve never actually watched the whole saga for that series, but after reading the book, I am now curious about them.

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  3. As yes, you talked about it!
    I did see Birdbox as a film and I was quite bored by it.

    Is Secret Garden by Frances Barnett?
    I just saw it was in my book library for free , so I will give that a go!

    Perfect timing! I think you will like the stories of the book project I created, because it is filled with magic stories that will make you feel young again!
    (Not saying you’re old 😉)

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  4. Currently reading Into Paradise! It’s a bit slow going but once you really get into the heart of the story I think how it’s woven is just beautiful.

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  5. If I ever come across the other two books, I plan on reading them, actually. Jabba theHut popped up briefly in the first book, and he is indeed quite a character. It will be fun to see him in action further. Hehe.

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  6. What a gorgeous picture, Andrea.
    I’m currently reading “Swan Dive: the making of a rogue ballerina” by Georgina Pazcoguin and loving it. If you’re interested in ballet (and don’t mind some swearing), read it.
    I’ve reread “The Secret Garden” a number of times. Children’s books can be very comforting. (It’s by Frances Hodgson-Burnett.)

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  7. Yes, that’s the one. I’m surprised to hear you’ve never read it. I’m curious to see what you think and if I will still enjoy it all these years later.

    Yay! Looking forward to the book. I’m assuming it will only be an ebook, though?

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  8. So cute! I love the owl. I get so much joy out of looking at your art!

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