Discussion: what’s the key to writing a good review?

Writing reviews is hard.  I'm not just saying that as a justification for all the books I get sent. I remember starting out in the blogging world and being absolutely bamboozled by the variety of reviewing styles out there: how could I develop my own? How could I write book reviews that people would actually want …

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WWW Wednesday: 20th March!

Another Wednesday, another week of reading! Welcome back to the bookworm-iverse, where I've been busily chipping away at my TBR list ALL DAMN WEEK. Even better, I actually managed to branch out (!) and read some Literary Fiction. (See, I can do it!) With that in mind, what better time to do a WWW Wednesday …

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Review: The Wych Elm, by Tana French

Who's afraid of the cold, hard truth? Practically everybody in this book is, for starters. The Wych Elm walks a delicate line between murder mystery and profound insight into what motivates us. What makes us 'us'? And can that change? Toby is about to find out. He's always been happy-go-lucky, cruising through life without any major mishaps, …

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