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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November Wrap Up / December TBR

Happy December! Yep, 2018 is nearly over, is that a good or a bad thing? Not sure! This month I’ve reviewed: The Golden Orphans by Gary Raymond The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley The Importance of Being Aisling by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen The Queen’s Fool by Philippa Gregory My Thoughts Exactly by Lily […]

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October Wrap Up / November TBR

October is over? This year is going scarily quick, isn’t it? I did read a few great books this month; stand out for me was Normal People – Sally Rooney’s writing ability is just off the scale. She taps into those tiny emotions we all have with such ease and elegance that you can’t help […]

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