Happy Friday, worms! I hope everyone is having a healthy and successful end to January 2021. Personally, I’ve learned more about the stock market this week than I ever wanted to know. In between watching the stock market and trying to read, these are some of my favorite bookstagram posts from the past week. Stay safe, everyone!
Spiral by appleandalchemy
Hey, worms. Matt here. I just finished Dead Inside by Chandler Morrison right before sitting down to put this list together. But I am broken. I feel like every bit of me has been sullied by that book. Yes, it’s 100% a five-star read but I think my DNA is dirty now. Anyway, here are some cool posts from this week on bookstagram. I hope you like them.
Stack of scary women by tracyreads
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Happy Friday, worms! What a week, right? I’ve shared so many great accounts over the past few weeks and I intentionally hadn’t been including members of the Night Worms Review Team. I wanted to share other accounts and posts that I love. But, for this week’s post, I wanted to share the accounts of the whole Review Team. I would have had a difficult time choosing my favorite posts but it just so happens that I know someone that loves to sit in judgment. I asked my wife to look at everyone’s account and choose her favorite post....
Happy Friday, Worms! I’ve been sidelined from work with Covid symptoms this week so I’ve been working from home. My test came back negative but it’s still been a week of remote learning for me. In that time, I spent an embarrassing amount of time scrolling through instagram and wanted to share 10 of my favorite posts from the past 7 days. Hope everyone has a great weekend. Stay safe and wash your hands.
Beast by bookishmarie
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Happy Black Friday, Worms! I hope everyone that celebrated had a happy and safe Thanksgiving. I thought that for Black Friday I would share some of my favorite bookstagram posts that feature black books, plus one bonus that I just loved too much not to share. I wanted to take this time to encourage everyone to do your holiday book shopping via your friendly local bookstore. If we want them to stay in business, we need to support them. If you’re like me and live in a place without a local bookstore, check out www.bookshop.org