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Review: The Love Letter, by Lucinda Riley

Wow, this book was quite a rollercoaster. I don't think any of it quite turned out how I was expecting it to- and for somebody who reads around a book a day, that was quite something! With twists, turns, unexpected deaths, and revelations, this kept me hooked, gasping and sometimes rolling my eyes. Everything in… Continue reading Review: The Love Letter, by Lucinda Riley

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3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge: Day 2 (and 3!)

This three day quote challenge has turned into a two day quote challenge, over three days. What can I say? My time-keeping skills are awful, so I can only apologise by adding two quotes now and hoping that does the trick. Let's do this and see the week out in style! Rules: Thank the person… Continue reading 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge: Day 2 (and 3!)

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4 things I do to find blogging inspiration

Who doesn't love a good blog post? More accurately (if you're a blogger, too): who doesn't love the feeling of writing a great blog post, knowing that you've hit the nail on the head and are producing some pretty stellar content, all from a half-remembered thought you had once on the underground? That's the dream!… Continue reading 4 things I do to find blogging inspiration

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Review: The Phantom Tree, by Nicola Cornick

I am a sucker for historical fiction, and I'm a sucker for fantasy: is it any wonder, then, that I loved this book? Sweeping, gloriously romantic, and with a unique twist on the Tudor novel, The Phantom Tree was a great read. It follows two characters: Alison, in the present day, and Mary Seymour, the daughter of… Continue reading Review: The Phantom Tree, by Nicola Cornick