#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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#BookReview The Perfect Moment @AlixKelsoAuthor #TuesdayBookBlog #Booklover

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I love a good matchmaking tale in a romance novel. It combines two of my greatest pastimes; romance and pairing off two people who I believe are MFEO (made for each other). In this book, The Perfect Moment, by Alix Kelso, the matchmakers become attracted to each other while they are meddling in the lives […]

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How To Spot The Holiday Bookworm #MondayBlogs #HolidayReads #Bookworm

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If you are going on holiday this post will come in useful, as it will help you to spot the holiday bookworm in your party. Ideally you want to be identifying holiday bookworms before you travel so that you can plan ahead for the quiet spells…whilst they are busy being a holiday bookworm and you are […]

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Author Interviews @RachaelRitchey #authors #writers #writerslife 

Welcome to my weekly series Author Interviews.  Over recent months some inspirational and amazing writers have sat in my red chair. They have opened my eyes to the world of being a writer, filled my brain with useful tips and made me want to get a book out there. This week I am proud to […]

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When Should You Disturb a Booklover? #bookaddict #Bibliophile #reader

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When is the right time to disturb someone who has their head stuck in a good book? If you interrupt a reader at the wrong time it can lead to: An uncomfortable atmosphere. A glare. A snarl. Muttering under the breath. An angry outburst. Your reader forming some bad thoughts about you in their head. […]

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