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There’s a hashtag for that #CantLiveWithoutBooks

So, as we’ve established, I’ve got an awful lot of books to fill you in on. 30+ in fact. I seem to be getting through them quicker and quicker. Books are ever present. In every form. I read my kindle, … Continue reading

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London? Done

So, earlier this year I got myself a new job. A London job. I bought my extortionately priced season ticket, embraced being at the station before 7am, and commenced. Friends and family know I’ve never been a London fan, happy … Continue reading

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“Yay for commuting and the time to read my Elk book”

You know you’re reading a good ‘un when you can’t wait to get on a train. Since my last post, the constant consumption of books continued. Obviously caring about wedding shoes and envelopes and such as so forth has finished. … Continue reading

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The Novel in the Viola

Recently I was lucky enough to receive a copy of The Novel in the Viola (Sceptre), the second novel from Natasha Solomons. First impressions were a bit mixed. I was expecting this: …having overlooked the fact that this is the … Continue reading

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When faced with a terrifyingly stressful decision, it is all too easy to get swamped down by everyone’s differing opinions, how tense the situation is making you feel and how it feels like the world might end if you make … Continue reading

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World Book Night

As promised, I have a lot to say, and the topic of today’s post cannot possibly wait until I have more time/less on my list of things to do/have solidifed my own opinions. As you may or may not know, … Continue reading

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A post a day

Since the new year I’ve been keen to check out the “Postaday2011” blogs that frequently pop up on Freshly Pressed. I’ve never thought that this is a process (*this being a disciplined attitude to writing*) that would suit me and … Continue reading

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