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CHAPTER 9 - OLIVIA MOSS: Located on Matterhorn Mountain, Zermatt was where you could find the ‘one percent’ without the boorish crowds of Aspen and Big Horn ❄️


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The handmaid’s tale, Margaret Atwood
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I have kinda set the goal to read #oursharedshelf reading lists to get the constant flow of quality reading material. And my second book from the list, currently reading thru nearly half of it and has that great anxiousness coming from the unknown place... Hope I get to love Margaret Atwood’s book in the end so that I'll be soon dying to go thru all her amazing novels and poetries!
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#thehandmaidstale #margaretatwood #oursharedshelf #readingchallenge #lunchread #kleankanteen #bookstagram #북스타그램 #책스타그램 #시녀이야기 #마가렛앳우드 #mittagessen #lesen #buchlesen #neuebuch


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A Book Fairy in Vancouver is moving on to the second book of three for Emma Watson’s Feminist Book Club for November/December and is using #shareyourfirstpage 📚
@Regrann from @youasamachine - Just started book 2 of 3 of the books chosen for @oursharedshelf ’s November/December reads!! Here’s a sneak peak...using #shareyourfirstpage .
1) Audre Lorde’s, Sister Outsider
➡️2) Brittney Cooper’s, Eloquent Rage
3) Rebecca Traister’s Good and Mad
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About the book: So what if it's true that Black women are mad as hell? They have the right to be. In the Black feminist tradition of Audre Lorde, Brittney Cooper reminds us that anger is a powerful source of energy that can give us the strength to keep on fighting.

Far too often, Black women's anger has been caricatured into an ugly and destructive force that threatens the civility and social fabric of American democracy. But Cooper shows us that there is more to the story than that. Black women's eloquent rage is what makes Serena Williams such a powerful tennis player. It's what makes Beyonce's girl power anthems resonate so hard. It's what makes Michelle Obama an icon.

Eloquent Rage keeps us all honest and accountable. It reminds women that they don't have to settle for less. When Cooper learned of her grandmother's eloquent rage about love, sex, and marriage in an epic and hilarious front-porch confrontation, her life was changed. And it took another intervention, this time staged by one of her homegirls, to turn Brittney into the fierce feminist she is today. In Brittney Cooper's world, neither mean girls nor fuckboys ever win. But homegirls emerge as heroes. This book argues that ultimately feminism, friendship, and faith in one's own superpowers are all we really need to turn things right side up again.
#ibelieveinbookfairies #oursharedshelf #feministbookclub #brittneycooper #eloquentrage


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Just started book 2 of 3 of the books chosen for @oursharedshelf ’s November/December reads!! Here’s a sneak peak...using #shareyourfirstpage .
1) Audre Lorde’s, Sister Outsider
➡️2) Brittney Cooper’s, Eloquent Rage
3) Rebecca Traister’s Good and Mad
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About the book: So what if it's true that Black women are mad as hell? They have the right to be. In the Black feminist tradition of Audre Lorde, Brittney Cooper reminds us that anger is a powerful source of energy that can give us the strength to keep on fighting.

Far too often, Black women's anger has been caricatured into an ugly and destructive force that threatens the civility and social fabric of American democracy. But Cooper shows us that there is more to the story than that. Black women's eloquent rage is what makes Serena Williams such a powerful tennis player. It's what makes Beyonce's girl power anthems resonate so hard. It's what makes Michelle Obama an icon.

Eloquent Rage keeps us all honest and accountable. It reminds women that they don't have to settle for less. When Cooper learned of her grandmother's eloquent rage about love, sex, and marriage in an epic and hilarious front-porch confrontation, her life was changed. And it took another intervention, this time staged by one of her homegirls, to turn Brittney into the fierce feminist she is today. In Brittney Cooper's world, neither mean girls nor fuckboys ever win. But homegirls emerge as heroes. This book argues that ultimately feminism, friendship, and faith in one's own superpowers are all we really need to turn things right side up again.
#ibelieveinbookfairies #oursharedshelf #feministbookclub #brittneycooper #eloquentrage


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“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.”
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I know Christmas is still a bit away but this has a Holiday theme because these are the books I’m hoping to read BEFORE the holidays!
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Hi! I’m Abigail. 24 year old pet mom living in Huntington WV! I LOVE to read but I tend to stick to the same themes and genres over and over again so the hope with this account is that I’ll be able to branch out and read some books that aren’t in my usual comfort zone!! Just sharing the adventure with whoever wants to come along. I’ll be posting my opinions of the books here, as well as some old favorites. I would also LOVE to have some recommendations and to get some ideas from the rest of book worm Instagram. 🐛
#bookstagram #bookworm #booksbooksbooks #bookshelf #bookquotes #oursharedshelf


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“Good and Mad” is one of three incredible picks from the @oursharedshelf book club this month, and it couldn’t feel more timely. Rebecca Traister “examines The varied ways in which women’s anger is received, how its expression has been discouraged, mocked, and delegitimized, and how much it’s reception has depended on the race, status, and politics of the woman doing the raging. Traister argues that women’s collective fury has been – and could now become – transformative political fuel, while deconstructing social condemnation of female emotion, and why it is that women’s fury is understood to be so dangerous.” 💪🏼 Count me in. .
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#oursharedshelf #book #bookclub #bookofthemonth #feminist #feminism #rage #anger #politics #politicalchange #herstory #goodandmad #rebeccatraister


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been 3wks without leafing through the pages of a good book (Spanish language textbooks don’t count, ok? 😜) time to get back to things I sooo lurve 💕 scored in the recent #bigbadwolf2018 book fair in MNL. bought so much business, literature, and design books. But managed to include some great psycho-thriller such as this too! .
Brb, as I get ready to be captivated 😍📚 #oursharedshelf #goodbook #girlswhoread #jonesbo #goodreads


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What do you think makes a good travel story @msadjei⁉️ ”Authenticity and the travellers experience within the space. It’s not just about the location, it’s about how it moves you and shifts your ideas and perceptions.” Travel writer, producer and actor Maame Adjei is our storyteller of the week ✨Read her full interview online (link in bio)


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A life without dreams is like a rainbow without color 🌈💖👯‍♀️ Keep dreaming. Keep achieving. Keep living. Keep loving.


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I truly do love this book. You all should go and read it, the message it has is so important. .
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Opravdu miluju tuhle knihu. Všichni byste si ji měli prečíst, ta zpráva, kterou nese, je tak moc důležitá. (Jestli o knize chcete slyšet něco víc, tak na profilu v highlights najdete recenzi!)


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I’m feeling peachy 🍑
#butterlondon #kerfuffle #heartberries #oursharedshelf


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Finished reading this graphic non fiction account of Leila Slimani's summer 2015 spent talking to women about sexuality in Morocco. I had to put it down at times because it's pretty upsetting, but ultimately its message is one of hope
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#parolesdhonneur #leilaslimani #graphicnovel #romangraphique #bd #bookstagram #cafereads #bibliophile #libraryhaul #library #reading #igreads #igbooks #readwomen #feministreads #oursharedshelf #sisterhood #morocco #sexuality #literature #books #booklover


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WE WERE EIGHT YEARS IN POWER: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY
I would venture to say this is the best nonfiction book about racism that I have read to date. Coates has the most astounding ability to create lyricism and poetry out of pain, in a way that only a handful of writers are able.
Coates has published in this book eight essays, one that he wrote every year of the Obama presidency, each accompanied by thoughts given with hindsight, each on a different aspect of Obama’s presidency and the issue of race in America.
So insightful, so moving and so evocative, We Were Eight Years in Power reminds its reader that racism really is the biggest social problem American (and Western) society faces today. If people were able to fully comprehend the extent of racism that exists in America, as Coates writes of it, any even blasé or passing suggestion of equality would be unthinkable.
He also gives a fascinating and nuanced look at Obama’s approach to race and the trials and tribulations he faced as a Black man in the highest position of power in a country built on racism. This book makes clear the crushing culpability of all white people and all of American history in the legacy of racism; America’s dream of greatness is one built on beliefs that are inherently false.
Coates also reminds us of another sobering thought: Black people have been in chains longer than they have been free in America. Racism, if it ever ends, will not do so for many decades and even centuries. To think anything else is naive.
We Were Eight Years in Power is a torturously beautiful wake-up call to those who have the privilege of deceiving themselves into thinking racism is not the single most toxic and pervasive element of American society.
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On reparations: “a national reckoning that would lead to a spiritual renewal”
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“Mass incarceration became the national model of social control”
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“Resistance must be its own reward, since resistance, at least within the life span of the resistors, almost always fails”
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“To scream was to defy the storm”
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“ I betrayed the wonder in me by privileging the appearance of knowing over the work of finding out”
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“Yet the movement demanded of African Americans a sort of


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#mondaymindset || So many nuggets of wisdom in this little book from the @feministspeakeasy shop. It’s Okay to Feel Things Deeply reminds us to be kind to ourselves and gives advice for working through tough times and tough mindsets. We got this, ladies. || 📖: It’s Okay to Feel Things Deeply by Carissa Potter | 🧥: @jcrewfactory


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it’s finally up! 🥛🍯 if you’re one of the last three people on earth who hasn’t read this beauty yet, head over on the blog and see for yourself why you have to read it asap! 🐝
#thelibrocubicularista #milkandhoney #bookstagram #instabook #literature #bookreview #myhomesense #poetry #oursharedshelf #rupikaur #sezane


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El primer libro dentro del #oursharedshelf... Ya lo leyeron? Qué les pareció?


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The Bling Ring cast😍💫
A like cutted version only of Ems exists too, but here's the whole one😊😊
Did you see and like The Bling Ring?? I bought it from Google Play😊💕
Partnersites:
@newsofwatson
@_emma__watsons_
@emma_hermione_belle_granger
#emmawatson #fanpage #beautiful #gorgeous #amazing #feminist #heforshe #oursharedshelf #photooftheday #instagood #harrypotter #theperksofbeingawallflower #noah #theblingring #thisistheend #regression #coloniadignidad #beautyandthebeast #thecircle #littlewomen #hermionegranger #watsoners


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I'm sure you all know the pics of this shoot but I think this one isn't so famous. But I think it's absolutely gorgeous😍😍😍😍 Like wow she's flawless🌹💕💫
Her skin is so perfect I hope mine will be like hers one day😍😂😭😭😭💕
Partnersites:
@newsofwatson
@_emma__watsons_
@emma_hermione_belle_granger
#emmawatson #fanpage #beautiful #gorgeous #amazing #feminist #heforshe #oursharedshelf #photooftheday #instagood #harrypotter #theperksofbeingawallflower #noah #theblingring #thisistheend #regression #coloniadignidad #beautyandthebeast #thecircle #littlewomen #hermionegranger #watsoners


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I finally remembered to post on #dumauriermonday.
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I read Rebecca a few months ago but weirdly haven’t actually posted a photo of the book. I loved it. It was my first Daphne du Maurier book and reading it made me buy at least three more of hers. I also bought this beautiful hardback version when I saw it for a bargain on @bookdepository because I loved it so much. Another thing that has happened as a result of reading this book is that I now need to rethink my top ten favourite books.
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So, apologies to DDM for discovering you so late and here’s to many more. And here’s to Rebecca on Netflix, too!
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#daphnedumaurier #daphnedumaurierrebecca #rebecca #oursharedshelf #dumaurier #favouriteauthor #viragomodernclassics #beautifulbooks #femaleauthor #booklover #favouritebooks #bookstagram #bookish #bibliophile #daffers #viragobooks #igbooks #favouriteread #booksofig #igreads #bookworm


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I’ve been reading a lot of old grimoires in the lead up to my Iceland trip. It has got me thinking about the grimoires of our time. Books, words, magic that stir the soul and transform thoughts. What’s your source of magic? #emmamildon #bookstagram #evolutionofgoddess #thesoulsearchershandbook #risesisterrise #bigmagic #goddessrevolution #lightisthenewblack #goddessrising #bookshelf #oursharedshelf #reesesbookclubxhellosunshine #bookstagrammer


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Vytvorte si aj ty svoju knižnicu.
Nepotrebuješ cestovať po svete, stačí ak si prečítaš knihu.
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#shareyourshelf #oursharedshelf #repost #pinterest


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Hi bookies 😍
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Just dropping in to say hi. I'm busy with work atm, so this is gonna be rather quick. I'll be back tonight though, so don't you worry 😉
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Quick question: Have you watched The Hate You Give movie? Do you prefer the book or the movie?
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So I don't know the movie yet but I loved the book. It definitely is one of my favorite #oursharedshelf picks.
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Hope you're all having a great day out there. See (read) you later 😂
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#bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookcommunity #booknerd #bookaholic #bookobsessed #bookcollector #bibliophile #igreads #bücherliebe #bücher #bookpic #bookpicture #bookphoto #bookphotography #bookdragon #bookworm #booklover


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