#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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Why I Stopped Questioning My Own Writing Process #MondayBlogs

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I love experiencing what I call a writing epiphany. They’re not regular occurrences and I think this is what makes them so wonderful. Mine always seem to occur while I am in my little car on my way to work at around seven in the morning. This is the time of the day when my brain will […]

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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 The Cottage on Wildflower Lane @LizDaviesAuthor #Romance

As I did the cover reveal back in January I couldn’t resist doing the book review for this. This book helped me survive Storm Dennis and then a horrific cold which left me bedridden. All I could do was lie in bed with tissues stuffed up my nose and read. By the time I finished […]

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Reasons Why You Should Always Finish Your Draft #Writer

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You’ve been working on the latest draft of your novel for weeks and it feels like such a hard slog. My goodness you never expected things to get this tough! This is when the idea of not finishing it becomes so attractive. Maybe you should walk away? Maybe your inability to finish the draft is […]

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