Weekly Recap: November, 2014 – Week #2

WEARING

11/7/14

I passed on wedges and blue / green plaid from Alex’s look for Blogging Besties.

READING

The Dark Hills Divide by Patrick Carman (completed)

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll (completed)

Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke (completed)

Legends of Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke (completed)

Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers, narrated by Sophie Thompson

Little Bo in London by Julie Andrews Edwards

Romancing Miss Brontë by Juliet Gael

LOVING

Alison’s choice for the book of the month!

Maricel is writing again! Squee!

Caitlin’s musings.

UPCOMING

Monday: A Bibliophile’s Restyle – Pinspired

Tuesday: Top Five Tuesday – Bookish F

Wednesday: Wordsmitten Wednesday – Tolkien

Thursday: T3 FREEBIE (anybody want to guess what I’m choosing?)

Friday: Weekly Recap

Linking up: Blogging Besties

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Recap: November, 2014 – Week #2

  1. mtsedwards says:

    Still coveting your Marilyn shirt. It’s my fave of the week.

    Been meaning to pick up Zita but am in fear of going down that graphic novel rabbit hole and never coming back.

    Yes, and I’m at 83K and counting. You want Chapters 8-13 or, like Sarah, are you gonna wait until Part 1 (anticipating 20 chapters total) is complete?

    I cannot even hazard a guess, but I’m betting it’ll blow my mind again. I’m a bit at a loss for mine, actually. Have been reading professional development books that don’t lend themselves to cute outfits. Maybe I’ll race read a library book and see if that inspires me…

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      • mtsedwards says:

        Yes, but I really like the almost pop art feel of yours.

        I could never be bored with graphic novels. If anything, I’d be enchanted by the illustrations.

        Okies. Sending as a Word doc shortly.

        No pressure, silly. I just admire the quirky way your mind works – it’s a sign of true creativity. I always go literal with my style interps and feel hobbled by it. I am trying, though. You always give me something to shoot for. 😀

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        • Selah at A Bibliophile's Style says:

          I do like that pop of red. Unfortunately, I got this top from Torrid, which is only Plus size (and the only size left is 3X).

          The illustrations are lovely. 🙂

          Got it.

          Quirky is good. It’s better than “so weird I can’t follow the thought process at all” which is often how I feel when creating my posts. 😛 I don’t think you’re too literal. Besides, you’re much more creative which your daily outfits than I am.

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  2. Whitney à la mode says:

    Your outfits this week seem so warm and cozy to me! I don’t know if that’s how you feel or how I’m feeling this morning since I’m all wrapped-up in a blanket 🙂 I love both of your plaid looks. I know it’s super cliche, but I just love plaid around the holidays! Thanks for linking-up!

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    • Selah at A Bibliophile's Style says:

      Our weather was very up and down this week, so some days I needed to be warm and cozy, and other days not so much (basically, if my ankles aren’t bare, it’s COLD). I love plaid in general, but especially in the Fall and Winter. Thanks for hosting! I enjoy the link up!

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