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Comment from Maggie King:

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"You know what, I had never believed that there will be a girl made just for me," he grabbed a palm full of popcorns and emptied it in his mouth. They were watching a Salman Khan movie on star gold and it was almost 1 am. __________________________________________________________________ "Do you still feel the same. Don't tell me you had doubts about me, Abhi" She was lying on his lap and the popcorn bowl was resting on her semi-exposed belly. ___________________________________________________________________ "I have felt that because... Everyone who promised to stay was leaving and I didn't take the promise in written. I was scared that you will leave me also." ___________________________________________________________________ "Do you still feel the same," she looked into his eyes. ____________________________________________________________________ "No the feeling died few months back, when..." he paused for a while. ____________________________________________________________________ "When...?" She wanted him to complete the sentence. ____________________________________________________________________ "I knew you won't leave me, when you literally started to wear my boxers," he laughed. ___________________________________________________________ She looked at her thighs. Yup, she was wearing his boxers. A smile appeared on her lips, turning her cheeks red that later turned into laughter. ___________________________________________________________ I have spent several years to understand the definition of love.❤ Perhaps, there is no definition. Perhaps, love is some extreme feeling that can't be defined. Or perhaps, love is, making her smile every night, while watching some random movie on Star Gold, and never feeling bored. ___________________________________________________________

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🌺 G I V E A W A Y 🌺⠀ •••⠀⠀ Get excited! I have 5 copies of All The Names They Used For God by Anjali Sachdeva to giveaway to you lovely people! This collection of short stories is one of my favorite books of February. I gave it ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (review below👇🏻).⠀ •••⠀⠀ Rules:⠀⠀ 1. Must be following me @bookpairings ⠀⠀ 2. Like this post⠀⠀ 3. Tag 3 friends in a comment below ⠀⠀ Bonus Entry: Share in your stories tagging me⠀⠀ •••⠀⠀ US Only 🇺🇸 - This giveaway ends on 2/26/18 at 12pm PT. Winners will be announced 2/27/18. This giveaway is not affiliated with IG. ⠀ ⠀ 🌺Review: ⠀ “Wonder and terror meet at the horizon, and we walk the knife-edge between them.” ⠀ •••⠀⠀ These are the words you are left with at the end of the introduction to this stunning collection of short stories. In the introduction Sachdeva explains her inspiration for the collection deriving from how people in the past knew better than to trust their “gods”. Notice gods is in quotations. In these stories there are no traditional gods. There are otherworldly forces and magical entities that act upon the characters in these stories. ⠀⠀ •••⠀⠀ These stories take place all across the globe and during different time periods; past, present, and future. The magical entities that enter these people’s lives offer both harm and comfort. There is usually a balance of good and bad within each situation. Every action elicits a consequence. ⠀⠀ •••⠀⠀ I found these stories to be delightful in their ethereal quality. You could easily categorize these stories as magical realism or speculative fiction, both of which are favorite genres of mine. I loved that I felt a little unnerved throughout the entire collection. It’s hard to put into words why I felt that way, but I enjoy books that elicit those emotions and make you think. I can definitely see myself rereading this collection in the near future because I enjoyed it so much.

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Comment from Creepy Stories:

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Comment from نشر روزگار:

«کتاب نفیس کشیش آلبریک» نوشته مونتاگ رودز جیمز(۱۹۳۶-۱۸۶۲)، نویسنده ژانر گوتیک انگلیسی است که از عناصر ارواح خبیث در داستان‌هایش بسیار بهره گرفته است. در چهار داستان کوتاهی که در این کتاب گردآورده شده است نیز این عناصر دیده می‌شود. جیمز که خود استاد دانشگاه کمبریج بود، ‌با بهره‌گیری از کلیشه‌های دوره‌ی گوتیک، ‌این سبک از داستان‌نویسی را که اصطلاحا به داستان روح معروف هستند، ‌به خوبی در قالب نسلی از نویسندگان قرن بیستم شکل داده است...📕 #کتاب_نفیس_کشیش_آلبرت 📕 نویسنده: #ام_آر_جیمز 📕 #نشر_روزگار_نو 📕۶۵٠٠تومان #داستانهای_مدرن_کلاسیک #book #shortstories 📗📕

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