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Hi everyone,

 

I thought a blog would be a great way to exchange book recommendations as I love reading and writing reviews. I've also started putting pen to paper, and have recently completed a creative writing course. Maybe you'll be reading one of my books down the line!?

 

If you want to share about what you're reading, or anything at all for that matter, let loose and go for it!

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Helen Hoang
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Elizabeth Gaskell
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Jay Rubin, Haruki Murakami
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Less than 100p of the Tales to go!
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The Storyteller (date unknown) by Vittorio Reggianini (1858-1938) [x]
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The first line of this novel and the cover sold me on reading it. From there, I should have stopped. As I read, I was seeking...
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another short, simple, but effective tale from Robert Barr. would not have believed this collection was going to transport me...
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this one - the one with the title that gives me grief (“just do your own pronunciation, Tigus, and don’t worry about it”) - s...
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I didn’t catch the twist on this one till I was about halfway through and then I ended up reading this graphic novel twice so...
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Happy Sunday! Following my resolve to make the most of this summer and the current heat wave, I thought today was a good da...
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I am really enjoying this book. Excellent narration aside, this is just a really good book.It's like a British crime drama in...
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This is part of a series of posts reviewing categories in this year's Hugo ballot. I'll be discussing the entries, the voter ...
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Wow! With few words, this children’s book shows us the power of unspoken language. I loved how the novel came alive, as each ...
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Those code workers at Bletchley most likely did not have as much fun as I did when I listened to this BBC audio series. This ...
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The world building in this series is pretty good. The use of an alternate world and the discussion about religion is really ...
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Enjoyable start to a series about Ashoka. The action and the sex scenes are at times a bit over the top, but the book is ente...
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I am done with this series. A Meeting at Corvallis, the third book in first Emberverse trilogy, unfortunately didn't retu...
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I started a new audiobook and guess who narrates it? Yes, Juliet Stevenson! After North and South I'm in love with her narration. Isn't this the one you recommended I start my...
Persuasion - Jane Austen

Currently reading

Persuasion by Jane Austen
Progress: 5%
The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
Progress: 23%
Done: The Secret Deals That Are Changing Our World by Jacques Peretti
Progress: 28/416pages
North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell
Progress: 100%
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Jay Rubin, Haruki Murakami
Progress: 100%