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My Galleython TBR

I have decided to take part in the 2020 Galleython after getting the taste for readathons post-Reading Rush. If you didn’t know the Galleython is a readathon dedicated to ticking some those NetGalley books off your ever-growing list. Like I mentioned in my August TBR, my feedback ratio on NetGalley is truly SHOCKING so this…

Book Triggers: Why They Are Important & How To Use Them

I recently saw the lovely Bronwen at BabblesnBooks announce on Twitter that from now on, she will include triggers in her reviews. Like me, many of you reading this may have absolutely no idea what book triggers are and why we should be using them.  So in this post, I will look to introduce what…

Richard & Judy’s Summer Book Club Picks

Richard & Judy’s Book Club at WHSmith is something I have loved for years and has introduced me to some brilliant books over the years. It’s always something that I keep my eye on because they usually predict some GREAT bestsellers. If you haven’t heard about the Richard & Judy Book Club before this is…

BLOG TOUR: Moonlit Dreams, Moonlit Nightmares

Today I am thrilled to be joining the blog tour for Moonlit Dreams, Moonlit Nightmares; an anthology compiled and edited by Laura Seeber. The Synopsis: The moon has always been with us — tempting us, enticing us, and enthralling us through the ages. Here you’ll find thirteen stories involving this heavenly body — sometimes tragic,…

Emma: July Book Club Discussion Summary

Our theme for July was #JaneAustenJuly and to celebrate her life and work, we as a book club picked Emma for our next classic. Many claimed that it wasn’t their favourite Austen and some (including me) struggled with the language/pace at times, but we persevered and most of us were proud to have finally tackled…

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