#BookReview You’ve Got My Number @angebarton #Romance #Bookish

One of the best things about being a book blogger is being able to shout about a damn good read. This book by Angela Barton is one of these. It made me devour it in two days and took my mind off a certain virus which everyone is talking about and my tumble dryer breaking […]

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#BookReview When Polly Met Olly @zoe_writes #Bookish #Romance

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I read this book and wished I had Polly, the main character’s new job. I found myself feeling envious of Polly working at To The Moon & Back dating agency in New York. I don’t normally get career envy when reading about the lives of fictional people but I did with Polly. This book was […]

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#BookReview Summer Hates Christmas @WriterDove #TuesdayBookBlog #WhatToRead

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I was planning to leave this review until nearer Christmas but I am desperate to shout about this book and the fact this was my first experience of reading a Rachel Dove novel. As a Yorkshire lass myself and someone who spent MANY a family holiday in Bridlington during her youth, you can imagine my reading […]

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How To Survive Being Married To A Writer #WritingCommunity

It’s not easy being married to a writer. We are strange creatures. Here are some useful tips on how to survive being married to a writer: 1. Accept the fact that you will spend a lot of your marriage talking about people, events and locations that don’t actually exist. 2. When your writer wakes you […]

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#BookReview No Filter by Orlagh Collins #TuesdayBookBlog #Romance

I have two teenage daughters so there’s always a fresh supply of YA romance books lying on their carpet of clothes, shoes, makeup brushes, makeup wipes and Primark bags. Teenagers struggle to keep anything above floor level so you find most things by simply lifting up your slipper. While they party the night away, I […]

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#BookReview Where’d You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple #TuesdayBookBlog #Bookish

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People like you must create. If you don’t create Bernadette, you will become a menace to society. Prior to reading this book I was suffering from Writer’s Block and to quote this book, I was becoming a menace; a little naughty, very mischievous and a big fan of sarcasm. I had also reached new levels in […]

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Things I Think Should Be Considered When Writing Relationship Breakups #AmWriting

#Dating #Relationships #Romanticfiction

Writing a relationship break up can be just as tricky as creating a romantic union between two characters. In certain scenarios it can play havoc with your writer emotions. You might even find yourself reaching for the tissues, raiding the chocolate cupboard and compiling a sad songs Spotify playlist. Back in the day, before I […]

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