Monthly Review: July 2019

A Christie classic, a fantastic romance and a look through the truly fabulous style of Queen Elizabeth II… yes, it’s time for my July review! The mix is split with two non-fiction and four fiction books and they go something like this: My July Book Reviews / An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by […]

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Monthly Review: June 2019

An excellent real-life story, a little romance, a look into the world of mummy bloggers and three very different thrillers made up my kind-of-eclectic June reading: My June Reviews… / Snap by Belinda Bauer / The Mummy Bloggers by Holly Wainwright / Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams / Educated by Tara Westover / Codename […]

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Monthly Review: May 2019

May was a VERY strong reading month for me, I reviewed six books and would happily recommend all of them to anyone looking for a bookish suggestion. There’s not many months I can actually – truly – say that so, like I said, strong! My May Reviews… / Eat, Drink, Run by Bryony Gordon / […]

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Monthly Review: April 2019

Last month I mentioned I was going through a little reading slump but I’m VERY pleased to say that it’s over! So a big shout out and thank you to SleepΒ for being the book to get me back into my reading groove – it’s a fab murder mystery with a twist that I raced through. […]

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Monthly Review: March 2019

I have to admit: I’ve been struggling with reading this month. It’s not that I’m not enjoying my current book, my mind is just a little all over the place for various reasons and I cannot concentrate. Hopefully it will pass soon as I have soooo many great books I want to crack on with! […]

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Monthly Review: February 2019

February may not be the longest month, but I still managed to get six reviews up, which I’m very pleased about! They were: / A Version of the Truth by BP Walter / The Corset by Laura Purcell / The Go-Away Bird by Julia Donaldson / The Virgin’s Lover by Philippa Gregory / Cards on […]

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Monthly Wrap Up: January 2019

I know January wouldn’t rank as many people’s favourite month (it’s not mine) BUT I do like it for its power to focus my mind. I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions, but it is nice to open that brand new diary and actively take stock; think about what I want to achieve / do […]

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