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Halloween Read-A-Thon Wrap Up

I took part in the Halloween Read-A-Thon hosted by Wonderless Reviews and today I’m wrapping up the challenge by reviewing the books.  The good news is that I completed all of the books on my TBR. After I’ve Gone by Jane Green This was an intense read which I could barely put down… It also features […]

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Spooktacular Blogger Book Nook

This month’s Blogger Book Nook post is a little late, just because I read my book choice over Halloween night and into November.  The theme was, of course, all things spooky.  First up with the questions, then I will tell you all about the ghost story which I read. Q1) Has a book ever scared […]

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Cosy Reading Night recap

I’ve mentioned that I was taking part in #CosyReadingNight, so today I’m going to share how the evening went.  It was held between 7pm-10pm on Friday 20th October and you can see my TBR here. I started things off by getting into the bath!  I like my baths pink and bubbly.  When I was comfy […]

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Halloween Read-A-Thon TBR

When I saw that Charlotte at Wonderfully Bookish was taking part in a Halloween readathon, my first thought was, where do I sign up!  It’s being hosted at Wonderless Reviews. The rules are… 💀 The read-a-thon is going to run from the 10th October – 31st October. 💀 You can join in at any time until […]

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Maggie Reviews: How To Be a Bawse by Lilly Singh

Hello! Maggie the guinea pig here, I’m sorry that you haven’t seen me for a while.  A carrot can always tempt me out!  Never fear, today I’m back with a review of Lilly Singh’s ‘How to be a Bawse‘. Lilly is a Canadian Youtuber with 12 million subscribers, and she’s known to her legions of […]

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Blogger Book Nook: The Assistants by Camille Perri

  I was really excited to get involved with this brand new blogger book club called the Blogger Book Nook. It’s a simple concept created by Abbey and Tabitha and it works so well. There’s a monthly prompt and some questions (this month’s theme is ‘new’, get it?!) to inspire us to 1) read a […]

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Lucy Worsley’s YA historical novels

Lucy Worsley is an historian who I greatly admire, for her BBC documentaries and her work as Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces.  She has recently released two novels for young readers, and although they may be marketed as Young Adult I found them to be light, engrossing reads for adults.  The first novel is […]

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A couple of recent cosy mystery reads

You can’t go wrong with a cosy mystery in my book… There are a few series which I return to time and again, including the two which are under discussion today. First up is Sidney Chambers and The Forgiveness of Sins by James Runcie.  This series is the basis for the ITV crime drama Grantchester, […]

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When paradise becomes hell… The Honeymoon by Tina Seskis

This is my head at the end of The Honeymoon by Tina Seskis: OMG OMG WHAT JUST HAPPENED I did not expect that I can’t believe it you can’t leave me like that…… OK, let’s go back a little.  Jemma is a few days into her honeymoon in The Maldives, when her husband disappears from […]

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Maggie Reviews: Beatrix Potter and Operation Bunny

Hello everyone, Maggie the guinea pig here again to share what I’ve been reading with my mum, Llinos.  Regulars will know that I appreciate any carrot you may have in exchange for my honest review…*munch munch* OK, back to the books.  The first one I have for you today is The Story of Beatrix Potter […]