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Elisabeth H.
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Writer and dreamer at Incurably Elisabeth, a personal lifestyle blog.
Writer and dreamer at Incurably Elisabeth, a personal lifestyle blog.

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Symphony for the City of the Dead: Dmitri Shostakovich and the Siege of Leningrad
Let me begin this review by saying a couple of things. One, I never read nonfiction on my own time growing up, and only when I was nearly done with college did I realize that maybe I would like it. After all, I have always loved learning about multiple subj...

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Top Ten Tuesday: Villains
brokeandbookish.com Happy Tuesday and happy October! And because it's Tuesday, it's time for the weekly meme from The Broke and the Bookish. I didn't participate last week because the theme was October reads, and I had already shared my reading list with yo...

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Reading plans for the rest of the year
If there were a way to read multiple books at once, I would be doing it. As there is clearly not, I have to pace myself, which we all know has never been my strong suit. Anyway, I've decided on a reading list through the end of 2016, that also includes some...

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Top Ten Tuesday: All About Audio
brokeandbookish.com Happy Tuesday! I missed a couple of these again, and today's topic is a little tough for me. Audiobooks are just not for me most of the time. I really do try, but I'm too easily distracted by literally everything, among other reasons I h...

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End up summer catch up reviews
Hi, my name is Elisabeth and I read too fast for my own good and then don't stop to think. I'm behind on book reviews, so in order to not have too many new posts suddenly, I'm going to write short reviews in this post, Twitter-style. For those of you who ha...

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Classics I Read in School
brokeandbookish.com I am so bad at keeping up with these lists...which is sad because they're so fun! Going to strive to do better, and I have a few book reviews backed up too, so hopefully that means a lot of activity here for this little blog soon. Anyway...

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Battle Royale
amazon.com Sometimes, you read a novel that just sticks with you. Sometimes that novel is one you've wanted to read for ages, but only recently got your hands on a copy because time and forgetfulness are real. Sometimes said novel is everything you hoped fo...

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The Moor's Account
amazon.com Historical fiction is a really great genre to read, but it seems to be dominated by tales set in Europe, specifically England. At least in my experience. And I will admit, I used to mainly read books set in England because I've always been an Ang...

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5 Centimeters Per Second
Ahhh Japan, how I do love thee. Your food, your culture, your music...and your anime and manga. Nothing quite compares, and when people dismiss anime and manga, they're really missing out. It's not "just cartoons and comic books" and definitely not "just fo...

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Does My Head Look Big in This?
Every once in a while I read a book that I have mixed feelings about. Like, super  mixed feelings. The most recent one was a YA book called Does My Head Look Big in This?  by Randa Abdel-Fattah. And it's not that I didn't enjoy it. Actually it was a fairly ...
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