Lauren Acampora, The Paper Wasp ARC review

Lauren Acampora, The Paper Wasp ARC review

Lauren AcamporaThe Paper WaspARC Review*I received this book complimentary from Grove Press in exchange for an honest review, all thoughts are my own*

Publication date: 21st June 2019

Publisher: Grove Press

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3 Books, 1 Author – Matt Haig Edition

3 Books, 1 Author – Matt Haig Edition

3 Books,1 Author_Matt HaigHey everyone, today I thought I would introduce a new post series ‘3 books, 1 author’. This series is going to be about picking one author and reading 3 of their books and doing mini reviews of them and telling you what I think. The first author I am going to write about is Matt Haig, the reason I chose him was because I had already read How to Stop Time and absolutely loved it. Reasons to Stay Alive was on my ‘want to read’ shelf on Goodreads having been recommended it by SO many people. He recently published a new children’s book The Truth Pixie and after having seen lots of teasers on Twitter I decided I had to pick it up too!

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October Wrap-Up

October Wrap-Up

October Reading WrapUpThis is the first ever monthly wrap-up post I have done. October was an interesting month, and following an interview (miserable failure of one at that) at a non-fiction publisher, I was inspired to start reading some non-fiction and I even read a poetry book. Look at me delving outside my usual reading habits.

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Blogger Recognition Award

Blogger Recognition Award

Thank you to the lovely Kelly at Paperback Adventures for nominating me for the blogger recognition Award. I have linked her blog and post so definitely go and check it out because she writes amazing book reviews and posts about mental health! She is also a lovely and supportive blogger. Her Blogger Recognition Award post is here.

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Shaun Bythell, the Diary of a Bookseller Review

Shaun Bythell, the Diary of a Bookseller Review

TheDiary of a BooksellerReview

“Dismantling such a book collection seems to be the ultimate act of destruction of their character – you are erasing the last piece of evidence of who they were . This woman’s book collection was a record of her character: her interests, as close as anything she left to some kind of genetic inheritance” p.29

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