#BookReview Amazing Grace @KimTheBookworm #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a much-needed smile the night before an important job interview. For most of that week I had been stressing about this ninety minute interview, which included a half-hour quick-fire round of technical questions, and so I had a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing on a thistle. Locked […]

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#BookReview Her Brooding Scottish Heir @EllaHayesAuthor #TuesdayBookBlog

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Not only was this book my first reading experience of Ella Hayes, but also it was my…..FIRST EVER Mills & Boon. I feel like I have come of age as a romance reader. Before I read this book I was going through a reading bad patch; I was struggling to fall in fictional love with […]

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Things Bookworms Worry About When Reading Book Series #MondayBlogs

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As a bookworm I enjoy reading a good book series, I love the excitement of finishing a first book and making a frantic dash onto Amazon to buy the second. I am a big fan of watching an author’s Twitter feed like a hawk for news on when the next book in their series is […]

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#BookReview Poetic Rituals @RituBhathal #Poetry #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book of modern day poems did something miraculous: it made me start reading poetry. It is safe to say that up until this point I was a poetry virgin. Can you believe this? At forty-five years young I had not properly experienced poetry. Everyone around me was raving about the delights of poetry, how […]

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#BookReview Without a Hitch on Honeymoon @BeautySwot #TuesdayBookBlog

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Last year I reviewed Bettina Hunt’s, Without a Hitch, a novel about the wedding journeys of three brides. Bettina’s novel made me reconnect with my inner bridezilla which is something I thoroughly enjoyed doing. After nineteen long years of marriage there’s nothing better than being whisked away to think about wedding dress choices, flower arrangements […]

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#BookReview Summer at the Art Cafe @SueMcDonaghLit #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a strong urge to get a powerful motorbike, dress head to toe in leather, find a handsome bike instructor and become a biker girl. As I dislike speed, rarely travel above 50mph in a car and spend a lot of time screeching, while at the wheel, this biker dream might have […]

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#BookReview One Summer’s Night @KileyDunbar #TuesdayBookBlog #BookWorm

Imagine this. While getting ready for your church’s Easter Sunday service, you struggle to put down an excellent book. It has been half an hour since you stepped out of the shower and in that time you’ve had your head stuck in Kiley Dunbar’s debut novel and not got out of your polka dot bath […]

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