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Amanda Johansson
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We've moved!
Join us on our brand new site: http://adventuresfromthebookshelf.com/ for all of the same bookish content! | follow me | tweet me | email me |
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Amanda Johansson commented on a post on Blogger.
Wow. Looks like you had an incredible time. I've been to Paris a couple of times and I seriously can't wait to go back. I absolutely love it there. :)
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Showcase Sunday #18: My Mad Fat Teenage Diary by Rae Earl
Showcase Sunday is hosted by the lovely Vicky at  Books, Biscuits and Tea .
It's a chance for bloggers to show of their weekly book swag and an
opportunity to meet other bloggers and talk about all things bookish!     I have a confession to make, I bought...
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What I'm reading in May
I must admit, one of my favourite times is towards the end of the month when I get to choose which books I plan on reading. I know that I probably won't read all of them, but it's so satisfying to form a book list. I can't function if I don't have a list!  ...
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April book round up
Phew! Is it just me, or has this month flown  by? This whole year in fact. It seems like only yesterday when I was planning for the new year.  This month has been another manic one, I haven't had a moment to take a breath since I moved into my flat in March...
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Review: The Hunger Games Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
Warning: may contain spoilers Katniss Everdeen returns in the explosive Hunger Games finale, Mockingjay. It contains all of the thrills and drama we've come to expect from the series, with a lot of surprises along the way. In fact, my boyfriend kept poking ...
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30 day journal challenge
It's no secret that I own a lot  of notebooks. I've got piles and piles of pretty books just waiting to be written in. However, like a lot of others, most of my notebooks go untouched (particularly the prettiest ones). I can't stand the idea of 'ruining' a ...
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Review: Tampa by Alissa Nutting
Tampa is not for the faint-hearted as I found out when I started reading it last week. It's clear to see why it was coined as the " most controversial book of the summer " in 2013. In Alissa Nutting's debut novel, she tackles the taboo topic of pedophilia f...
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What I'm reading in April
Now that the dust has settled from moving house, I feel that I can finally get back to reading! It's been a while since I've been able to spend time with my beloved books. We all know that I love a list, and forward planning my reads, so let's get down to w...
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