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Cora Tea Party Princess
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Book Beginnings 63
For Book Beginnings,  Rose City Reader  invites us to share the first sentence (or so) of the book you are reading, along with your initial thoughts about the sentence, impressions of the book, or anything else the opener inspires. For Friday 56,  Freda's V...
Book Beginnings 63
Book Beginnings 63
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The Book Blogger Candle *
There is nothing better than sitting down, lighting a candle, and either reading or blogging. I'm so scatter brained and distracted that I often try to do both at the same time. When I found out that Bookworm Candles and Crafts were doing a new range I jump...
The Book Blogger Candle *
The Book Blogger Candle *
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My Halloween Rituals
Halloween always feels a bit more like New Year for me. New Year itself is just an excuse to get together as a family and eat pie and mash and play board games together. But Halloween? It's when I feel invigorated and inspired and Get Stuff Done. Autumn is ...
My Halloween Rituals
My Halloween Rituals
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Ten Magical Reads
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by  That Artsy Reader Girl  and is a chance for everyone to get to know fellow bloggers and share lists. I love lists. Every week is a different list. This week is  Top Ten   Halloween/Creepy Freebie   Magical Reads I love stories ...
Ten Magical Reads
Ten Magical Reads
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Book Review: Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde
Three friends, two love stories, one convention: this fun, feminist love letter to geek culture is all about fandom, friendship, and finding the courage to be yourself. Charlie likes to stand out. She’s a vlogger and actress promoting her first movie at Sup...
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Blog Tour: Book Review: A Christmas Gift by Sue Moorcroft
I read A Christmas Gift wrapped up warm in a blanket, with a glass of red wine and a slice of chocolate cake. It's a pretty sumptuous festive read, bursting with the joy of community and family and love. It's a gorgeous read for the run up to the festive se...
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Five Creepy Reads for Halloween
I love reading seasonal books. Romance in February for Valentines Day, coming of age summer holiday stories during August, Horror nearing Halloween, and everything festive in the sun up to Christmas. Today I'm sharing my top five creepy Halloween reads. And...
Five Creepy Reads for Halloween
Five Creepy Reads for Halloween
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Unboxing Wildest Dreams - We Are Monsters October 2018
The  Wildest Dreams book box  starts at  just £18 a month, and it's a little box of self care containing a newly released YA book, a bath/body/home product, and a bookish tea. There's always a little extra surprise in there too, which is a fantastic persona...
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To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo
To Kill A Kingdom is fabulously dark and perfect for this time of year. This Little Mermaid retelling really twists the tale and makes it even darker. It's a bit gory, very dark, and a gripping read. I have a heart for every year I've been alive. There are ...
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Villains Award Tag
The Villains Award Tag was created by Cait at Paper Fury , and when I saw her post I couldn't help but join in. It's that time of year after all, and I love me a villain. They can make or break a story, and are often the most complex characters. Villain You...
Villains Award Tag
Villains Award Tag
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