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Six In Six – A Look Back At Some Of My Top Books Of 2017 So Far…

 I saw this over at Cleopatra Loves Books, and thought it was a great idea to look back at books read so far in 2017. Hosted by Jo's Book Journey, the idea is sharing 6 books, in 6 categories from the first half of the year. So here's my choices: 6 Books I Have Enjoyed… Continue reading Six In Six – A Look Back At Some Of My Top Books Of 2017 So Far…

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Looking Back at February and Forward to March 2017

I love saying goodbye to February. It hasn't been a bad Month, in fact book wise it has been great. I've read some fantastic books this month, with the bonus on having the half term break to spend doing lots and lots of reading. But March is when you can feel change is in the… Continue reading Looking Back at February and Forward to March 2017

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Sunday Wrap Up – 19th February 2016

 Woohoo...on Friday I finished work for half term, and although I really love my job, the last few weeks have been intense for various reasons. I was also pretty ill over the Christmas holidays so didn't feel I'd had a proper wind down before going back in January. So for the next week my plans… Continue reading Sunday Wrap Up – 19th February 2016

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Book Review: Sealskin by Su Bristow

Donald is a young fisherman, eking out a lonely living on the west coast of Scotland. One night he witnesses something miraculous, and makes a terrible mistake. His action changes lives—not only his own, but those of his family and the entire tightly knit community in which they live. Can he ever atone for the… Continue reading Book Review: Sealskin by Su Bristow