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5 Thoughts on A Court of Wings and Ruin

This year when I re-read ACOTAR and ACOMAF by Sarah J Maas, instead of writing book reviews I wrote two posts, each sharing five thoughts on the books (you can find them here and here.) Since I’m a stickler for seeing things through, here is the one for ACOWAR. While I have also written a review … Continue reading 5 Thoughts on A Court of Wings and Ruin

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Book Fairs: Why they are great and tips for going to one!

I had the great opportunity to go to Lifeline’s Giant Book Fair on Thursday night with a friend (it may have been a date but the jury is still out on that one) and I had a really great time! It was so wonderful to have a room full of books and people all looking… Continue reading Book Fairs: Why they are great and tips for going to one!

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5 Thoughts on “A Court of Thorns and Roses”

With the imminent arrival of in two weeks time I thought it would be good to discuss a few thoughts I have while reading A Court of Thorns and Roses on my annual re-read. I absolutely adore this series, mostly because of A Court of Mist and Fury but also because I think it is… Continue reading 5 Thoughts on “A Court of Thorns and Roses”

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5 Reasons why I like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

I thought to mix up my blog between the book reviews and Friday 5 (if I ever get to those!) that it would be a good idea for books that I re-read this year to write why I love them and think them worth re-reading.  I love to re-read books, especially favourite series or books… Continue reading 5 Reasons why I like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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That time I got asked out in a Bookstore . . . And what happened next.

Ah yes. The title grabs your eye, doesn’t it? Isn’t that the dream, to be asked out by someone in your favourite place at a perfect time, surrounded by books and the sense of adventure? Let me tell you a story, one that I wish I could deny as mine but also feel the need… Continue reading That time I got asked out in a Bookstore . . . And what happened next.