Instant Lookback

Hi everyone! Welcome to the another edition of Instant Lookback! This is where I show you the bookish pictures I have shared over on Instagram. I am also going to include some links to some recent posts as well, just in case you missed them :)

I may post all my pictures, I may only post a few… so if you don’t want to miss out on any, come follow me over at Instagram @ kristy_book_nerd!

So I have been a litle MIA lately. Some of it is due to work, some of it is due the amazing holiday I recently went on! I posted most of my holiday pictures on my personal Instagram account, but I posted some to the blog account, mainly bookish related pictures. One of the best things about travelling – books are everywhere! You may not understand the language they are printed in, but it is great knowing they are there!

This is also going to be a big edition, as I will post my pictures from the #AusYAChallenge – where I had to fit the whole month of March challenges into 12 days! I did it though :) I will do anything to support Aussie YA! So it will be a longer post than normal, but pretty much all pictures, and who doesn’t love looking at pretty bookish pictures?

So, enjoy this mammoth edition of Instant Lookback! Instant Lookback is a weekly meme bought to you by Brett Michael Orr.

 

My entries for the #AusYAChallenge:

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Day 4 of the #AusYAChallenge is Most Loved Cover. And just look at these beauties!! #instabook #booknerdigans #bookstagram #booknerd

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Some Aussie author international editions I found while on holidays in Europe:

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Some international editions of some of my favourites that I found in Europe:

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Daughter of Smoke and Bone by @lainitaylor in the wild in Budapest! #instabook #bookstagram #booknerd #daughterofsmokeandbone #europe2016

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Snow Like Ashes by @seesarawrite is just as pretty in Budapest! Found this beauty on my #europe2016 adventures #instabook #bookstagram #booknerd

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Some amazing bookish things I found in Prague:

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And some Daughter of Smoke and Bone inspired pics :):

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It looks like Kaz has stolen Mik’s violin, given up acting and opened a bistro in Budapest #europe2016 #daughterofsmokeandbone #booknerd

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Did I just spot Mik on the Charles Bridge? @lainitaylor #daughterofsmokeandbone #prague

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It was hard to find, but I finally found Brimstone’s door!! But sadly Akiva had already found it @lainitaylor it was near impossible to find, but it was hiding in the Jewish Quarter, just like you said! For those who want to know about Brimstone’s door, a section of Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor: “Karou crossed the Charles Bridge and took the tram north to the Jewish Quarter, a medieval ghetto that had given way to a dense concentration of Art Nouveau apartment buildings as pretty as cakes. Her destination was the service entrance in the rear of one of them. The plain metal door didn’t look like anything special, and in and of itself, it wasn’t. If you opened it from without, it revealed only a mildewed laundry room. But Karou didn’t open it. She knocked and waited, because when the door was opened from within , it had the potential to lead someplace quite different.” Note: this photo was taken in the Jewish Quarter in Prague. No photoshop used and no damage was done to the door in the making of this photo #daughterofsmokeandbone #brimstone #eretz #booknerd #bookstagram #instabook #booknerdigans

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What has happened at Book Nerd Reviews:

For more Daughter of Smoke and Bone related pictures of Prague, visit my Daughter of Smoke and Bone tour of Prague – 2016 Edition post. Prague and Laini’s words – the world really can be perfect!

Visit Book Nerd Reviews’ stop on the The Unexpected Everything Blog Tour – we also have a giveaway to win a copy of the book!

I asked if us Aussie bibliophiles are patriotic, tight, shallow or impatient when it comes to books – what do you think?

 

 

What do you think of my bookish pics? Any favourites? Let me know!

 

 

  

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