Anything You Do Say eBook blog tour – Day 5

5th October 2017

Welcome to Day 5 of Gillian McAllisters ebook blog tour of her latest book – Anything You Do Say.  I was kindly sent a copy by Penguin Books in exchange for an honest review. This book is so clever, I dont think ive come across a premise quite like it before. We get to see the story from two different angles, From the perspective of Joanna if she decides to stay, call an ambulance and…

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End of the year Book Tag

15th September 2017

The last 3rd of 2017 has begun so lets answer these questions Q1. Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish? A. Oh baby what a question! Yes there certainly are: Enjoying all of these books a lot! but things just keep getting in the way (damn you real life) and I keep putting them down again. Q2. Do you have an Autumnal book to transition into the end of…

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Songs About a Girl by Chris Russell

4th September 2017

Oh how I wish i’d had this book back when i was a teen and followed boy bands. It captures perfectly the feelings of what it was like to be ‘in love’ with the band members. To want to meet them and know everything about them. With my son being in a band I can also identify with the tensions between band members which is something this book does really well. Digressing for a second,…

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Book Mail #3

16th August 2017

BOOM! take a look at this! I only got a copy of the wonderful Jen Cambell’s book, The Beginning of the world in the middle of the night! How exciting is that? A huge thank you to Two Roads books for this treat. It came with some fab little goodies too including: a sort of tea ball? not sure as i dont drink tea A bag of silver Smarties a large seed, which looks like…

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Book Beginnings on Friday

27th January 2017

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today i’m taking part in Book Beginnings on Friday, which is a bookish meme hosted by Gilion over at Rose City Reader The idea is that you share the first sentence or thereabouts of the book you’re reading along with any thoughts or first impressions you have on it.  I’ve not taken part in this one yet and as i’ve just begun a new book its worked out just right.…

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How i keep organised with new books

7th January 2017

Watching so many book tubers as i do I get to hear about loads and loads of stupendous new books coming out in a few weeks/months time. Now i dont know about you but i cant keep track of them all and their publishing dates and i’d hate to miss even one of them being available for purchasing, wouldnt you? So whats the solution? Spreadsheets!  yes thats right a good old fashioned spreadsheet. Here’s one…

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A new Stephanie Meyer novel, for adults?

29th October 2016

Yes indeedy folks, she has written her first ever novel for us grown ups (did i just admit to being a grown up? not true, not true at all) its called… The Chemist and i’m getting sent a copy on its publication date next month – 8th November *all the cheers and clappings* but in the meantime I was sent this intriguing package the other day from those splendid people at Little Brown   I…

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Calling all Genealogists – this book is for you

13th October 2014

Marriage Law for Genelogists by Rebecca Probert Published by Takeaway Publishing Price £9.99 At first glance this book may not seem to be very interesting, exciting or humorous but to all genealogists and family historians out there its a MUST HAVE book. I am one of those genealogists, in an amateur way anyway and this book will be very useful for me in my research. Tracing ancestors marriages is a big part of family history…

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Whats on your workdesk Wednesday 207

22nd May 2013

A short post from me this week as there’s lots going on and im off to work very soon (BOO) Im looking forward to Week 208, i’ve never taken part before.  What am i on about? Why the weekly desk nosiness hosted by the kindly Julia at The Stamping Ground of course. My desk this week contains Happy Mail! *squeals loudly and frightens the animals* This parcel arrived all the way from Australia no less.…

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