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Book Review: Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen
It’s very rare to find a book
that is both comedic and has a decent story line. As a youngster, I went
through the Bridget Jones phase and never did I think I would find a book that
resonated with me in the same way. Growing up, I thought I was very much a
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Book Review: The Leavers by Lisa Ko
If you would have told me, a few
months ago, that I would be reading a debut novel about a Chinese immigrant in
New York City and loved it as much as I did, I would probably have been pretty
surprised about it. Not because of the genre, or because of the cu...
Book Review: The Leavers by Lisa Ko
Book Review: The Leavers by Lisa Ko
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Exploring Children’s Literature #3 – Billy the Kid by Michael Morpurgo
When I was 10 years old, I was
introduced to the wonder of Michael Morpurgo through Kensuke’s Kingdom. Of all
of the books I read whilst at school when I was a child, there are only two
that I specifically remember studying and being completely engaged by –...
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Goodreads: The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed
I’m really getting back into the
swing of this reading thing, aren’t I? Get me, with yet another book review! Last
week, my friend and I were lucky enough to be invited to a brunch
at Santa Maluco and inevitably, brunch led to a little shopping trip and a
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Food: Bold Street Coffee x Santa Maluco Collaboration*
Anyone who knows me well will know that I’m an absolute fiend for good food and going out for dinner is my favourite thing to do. I love the rush of looking at a brand new menu and picking out something that looks and sounds absolutely delicious. The idea o...
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Life: Making myself feel like 'Me' again
Over the last few months, I’ve
not really felt myself. I’ve been feeling a little bit down in the dumps, I
look tired and there’s been a serious strain on my social life. A lot of this –
primarily the tiredness – is linked to the fact that I work A LOT and ...
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Book Tour: The Stranger by Kate Riordan
We’ve
got to that point in the year again where all the BIG books are being released
and the excitement is brewing. When Penguin Random House got in touch to see if
I wanted to be part of the blog tour for The
Stranger by Kate Riordan , I was
over the moon....
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Book Review: It Only Happens in the Movies by Holly Bourne
2018 is flying by and my
Goodreads reading challenge looks light years away from achievable! In an
effort to properly wind down after a long day at work, I’ve been trying to
switch off from technology, turn off my computer, stop planning and stop
THINKING a...
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Book Tour: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
Another day, another book review –
and this time, something a little bit out of my contemporary/young
adult/thriller comfort zone. Last year, I booked to go to an event at
Waterstones Liverpool to meet Laini Taylor, the other of the esteemed novel Strange t...
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TRAVEL: A trip to London (in Pictures)
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