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Book Review: The Perfect Moment By Alix Kelso

My reading genre is varied, if I like the sound of a story I will pick it up and read it regardless of the category it falls into. One of my favourites though has always been romance and it's a genre I find my self reading often, especially after something a little heavier, offering something… Continue reading Book Review: The Perfect Moment By Alix Kelso

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Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher

Recently I stumbled upon a debate on Breakfast TV discussing the relevance of William Shakespeare on the school syllabus and if his works should be replaced with something deemed more ‘modern’. Having studied both Drama and English Literature at GCSE & A-Level I am familiar with a large number of his plays and sonnets, all… Continue reading Book Review: Helping To Keep Shakespeare Alive With Ian Doescher

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Book Review: Her Husband’s Mistake By Sheila O’Flanagan

I've been a massive fan of Sheila O'Flanagan's books for as long as I can remember and was thrilled when I was sent a proof copy of her latest novel due for release tomorrow! It's my absolute pleasure to offer my thoughts on this latest offering in today's post and would like to thank Becky… Continue reading Book Review: Her Husband’s Mistake By Sheila O’Flanagan

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Book Review: Amy Cole Has It All Figured Out By Elizabeth McGivern

There's a saying that all good things have to come to an end and today I'm sharing my review and bidding farewell to Liz McGivern's Amy Cole Trilogy. Having already experienced Amy Lose Her Mind and become  Zen As F*ck, I was super excited to discover how she eventually realises she Has It All Figured Out! This… Continue reading Book Review: Amy Cole Has It All Figured Out By Elizabeth McGivern

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Book Review: Pasta Kidz -The Boing Boing Bushes By Bryony Supper

Pasta! A staple food that families up and down the country devour daily and not particularly interesting I hear you mutter! That's where you're mistaken as author Bryony Supper has taken this run of the mill cupboard staple and created a wonderful world filled with pasta inspired characters that even have their very own language!… Continue reading Book Review: Pasta Kidz -The Boing Boing Bushes By Bryony Supper

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Book Review: Reader, I Married Me! By Sophie Tanner

Tomorrow marks the 4th anniversary of Author Sophie Tanner’s sologamist cultural ceremony during the 2015 Brighton Fringe and to mark the occasion she is not only releasing her brand-new novel, Reader, I Married Me! But she is also hosting a celebratory flash mob. I was extremely lucky to have been gifted an advance copy of Sophie’s book and… Continue reading Book Review: Reader, I Married Me! By Sophie Tanner

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Book Review: The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna By Juliet Grames

This week saw the publication day for Juliet Grames' new novel The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna and today I am offering my review. Many thanks to Louise Swannell from Hodder Books and of course Author Juliet for allowing me to read this story before it';s general release. Enjoy! Synopsis Everybody in the… Continue reading Book Review: The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna By Juliet Grames