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The Bloggers We Read

I was recently interviewed by the lovely Bree at The Things We Read for her new feature – The Bloggers We Read – where she asks questions to get to know the person behind some of her favourite blogs! Here are my answers, please do check out Bree’s blog, which covers books and so much…

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I’m 1 today!

Today is my Blogversary! I’m quite surprised by this for several reasons, but the main one is that I’ve stuck at it for a year! I’ve started several blogs in the past, but never one with such a tight focus, so I’m pleased that I didn’t just give up. I did worry that because I…

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Marching Through, No 731 – 729

March Madness has taken hold, so here are the last three books I’ve read in my quest to read 10 books this month. 4 to go, fingers crossed! No 731 Camilla Lackberg The Ice Princess Returning to her hometown after the funeral of her parents, writer Erica Falck finds her childhood community fractured. Her childhood…

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March Madness Midway Review

So I’m halfway through March Madness and here are a few things I’ve learned: ~ I play Temple Run 2 procrastinate too much ~ It is impossible to read while blow-drying your hair ~ it is possible to read while applying makeup but not advisable ~ having March Madness coincide with the last two episodes…

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March Madness Starter Post

“Have I gone mad? I’m afraid so, but let me tell you something, the best people usually are.” Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland  So, clearly, because I haven’t set myself a ridiculous enough challenge with my blog as a whole, I have been persuaded to take part in March Madness by the lovely Juliana at Cedar…

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