Top Posts I enjoyed this November

The month has come and gone (too quickly!) and once again it's time to wrap up November. In preparation for Blogmas, where the blogosphere will very possibly go wild with excitement about the upcoming festivity, I've rounded up my top picks for posts that I've enjoyed this November... If you're looking for some non-fiction inspiration... …

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Tag: Book Blogger Confessions

Before we start: a massive THANK YOU to Angela from Hiding Behind Books Blog for the nomination! You're the best! Right, to business. As you may or may not have seen, it's been a looong time since I've done any kind of tag. It's not because I don't like them! They're great fun, but my memory …

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The Sunday Review: A Holiday by Gaslight, by Mimi Matthews

This festive little warmer is the perfect precursor to Christmas! And who does Christmas better than the Victorians? The romance in question is between Sophia Appersett and Edward, or Ned, Sharpe. He's a London merchant, and she's the daughter of a Baron, from an impoverished family. Rather oddly, the story begins with them breaking off …

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Blog Tour: The Importance of Being Aisling, by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen

Aisling is back, and more scatterbrained than ever! I loved the first book, Oh My GodWhat a Complete Aisling!, and this book is just as witty, relatable and unexpectedly heartfelt as the first. Even better, we get to dive back into the lives of Aisling, her family and her friends as she navigates the latest unexpected crisis …

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