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Book Promo: The Place Between by Suzanne Moore

During this crazy time of Covid-19, many authors have had their book launches and events, understandably, but disappointingly, cancelled. In lieu of this, I’ve opened my blog to authors affected by this situation to talk about their new release. Today, please welcome Suzanne Moore and her book ‘The Place Between’. Title: The Place Between Author:…

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Best books of 2019

It gets harder and harder to list my favourite books each year, and this year was particularly tough. I think it would be far easier to list the books I didn’t enjoy, although that list would be very small. So, here goes, my ten favourite books for 2019 are: (in alphabetical order not favourite order…

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My Best Books of 2018

. What a great reading year I’ve had. Although I didn’t quite reach my 30 book goal on my reading challenge on Goodreads, (the year’s not over yet!), I’ve read so many great books this year. So being that time of year – the end of, and Christmas – here’s my top ten of books…

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20+ Awesome Books For Christmas

  . It’s that time of year again. And how it has crept up so suddenly I have no idea. Nonetheless, it’s time to think about filling those stockings and placing gifts of love under the tree. And what better way to show love than… books! I’ve put together a list of books that I’ve…

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Book Review: The Greatest Gift

The Greatest Gift Author: Rachael Johns Published: 2017 Publisher: Harlequin My Rating: 4.5/5   The Greatest Gift is the latest novel from Australian author Rachael Johns. Rachael, who found her feet and initial success in the rural romance genre, again steps into the general fiction – or ‘life-lit’ – as she like to call it,…

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About genre snobs

I’ve never been a snob. I may have been falsely mistaken for one due to my natural shyness or introversion, but I’ve never been one to think that one person is better than another. Sure, I do think that some people make better choices than others and different to what I would choose, but I’m…

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My reading style [tagged]

 {image credit} A couple of weeks ago the lovely Bec from The Plumbette tagged me in a little questionnaire about my reading style. Anything books, reading or writing I’m all for so I’m thrilled to join in. I haven’t done a lot of reading in the past two months which frustrates me, so I’m really looking…