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Book Review: Magic For Liars By Sarah Gailey

Magic For Liars is a book that I'd heard quite a lot of buzz around within the book community and I was therefore thrilled to be gifted a copy to read, plus a stunning little pin badge to match. Unfortunately, due to some family health issues this book has had to sit patiently on my… Continue reading Book Review: Magic For Liars By Sarah Gailey

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Anticipated Reads For Autumn & Winter 2019

I've always been an avid reader and if you are a regular reader of my blog then you'll know they are something which feature heavily. However, over the Summer months my thirst for reading has increased ten-fold and I have been devouring books at a rate of knots! I put this increase in part down… Continue reading Anticipated Reads For Autumn & Winter 2019

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Blog Tour: The Christmas Calendar Girls By Samantha Tonge

It may only be October but it's NEVER too early to start thinking about Christmas in my opinion and being a complete Christmas nut I absolutely adore reading festive books all year round! I was absolutely thrilled to discover earlier this year that one of my go to authors Samantha Tonge had a 'Christmas' novel… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Christmas Calendar Girls By Samantha Tonge

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Modern Day Fairy Tale’s With Plusnet

We are all familiar with the classic, traditional fairy tales that have been passed from parent to child for centuries and it's certainly something I hold fond memories of sharing with my own Mum as a child. Being avid readers it's not a surprise that a large book of Fairy Tales was one of the… Continue reading Modern Day Fairy Tale’s With Plusnet

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Book Review: The Nightjar By Deborah Hewitt

Today I'm absolutely thrilled to be sharing my review of The Nightjar by Deborah Hewitt which is due for publication tomorrow! I'm sure you'll agree that the cover is absolutely stunning and it's been calling to me from my TBR pile for ages as it patiently waited for me to motor my way through the… Continue reading Book Review: The Nightjar By Deborah Hewitt

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Blog Tour: The Serial Dater’s Shopping List by Morgen Bailey

Recently I've been trying to limit the number of Blog Tour's I commit myself to in order to reduce the time pressures it places on my reading. However, when I was offered the opportunity to take part in this tour the synopsis really intrigued me so I decided to sign up and today I get… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Serial Dater’s Shopping List by Morgen Bailey

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Book Review: The Library Of Lost And Found By Phaedra Patrick

The last few months have been pretty manic which unfortunately has meant I'm a little behind on my reading - something I'm trying to remedy as we speak. A book that has been patiently waiting on my TBR trolley is The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick which the lovely folks at HQ… Continue reading Book Review: The Library Of Lost And Found By Phaedra Patrick

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Guest Post- Exploring Wonderland: Why is Reading in Childhood Important?

Lewis Carroll is a household name, famous for his children’s novels. Most famously, Alice in Wonderland is a hallmark of many people’s childhood, a nostalgic momentum to our pasts. You can name him to almost anyone and most people will recognise him. If you read as a child, it’s likely you still read now, as an… Continue reading Guest Post- Exploring Wonderland: Why is Reading in Childhood Important?

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Book Review: Cherry Nova By Kelly-Marie Pollock

Not only do I have the pleasure of organising the Blog Tour for Kelly-Marie Pollock's debut novel, but I'm thrilled to be taking part! Today it's my turn to share my thoughts on Cherry Nova, the first in a brand new series of Gothic fantasy novels, so without further ado here are all the must-know… Continue reading Book Review: Cherry Nova By Kelly-Marie Pollock

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Erotica For Coffee Lovers: A Proclivity To Prurience By Cheryl Butler

Today's post is something a little different from my run of the mill book reviews as I have the pleasure of sharing an excerpt from Cheryl Butler's debut novel. A Proclivity To Prurience is the first in the Obsession Trilogy and with the second offering due for release soon it's the perfect time to acquaint… Continue reading Erotica For Coffee Lovers: A Proclivity To Prurience By Cheryl Butler