#BookReview Take a Chance on me #Romcom

#Reading #BethMoran

I am a big fan of all reality tv programmes where dates and in some cases, weddings, are arranged before the couple have even laid eyes on each other. My favourites are First Dates and Married At First Sight. So I was eager to read this book by Beth Moran. Here’s the blurb: Meet Patrick […]

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#BookReview Sunshine Over Bluebell Cliff @DellaGalton #WomensFiction

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When the TV weather forecasters informed me that the lovely warm UK weather was going to be replaced with a lot of rain and grey skies I yearned for some book escapism. I wanted to be whisked away (in my head) to a gorgeous location, get the chance to live in someone else’s shoes for […]

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10 Lessons I Learned From 6 Years of Blogging #Blogger

#Blogging

This is a strange time to be living in right now. The world feels like it’s in chaos. So, this week I have decided to write about something which gives me strength and makes me positive; my blog. I am a few weeks away from my 6th year blogging anniversary. Still can’t believe I have […]

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#BookReview Love and Other Words @ChristinaLauren #TuesdayBookBlog #Romance

#BookReview #ChristinaLauren

This book made me pencil in a romantic date night with my beloved. Not many books make me do this. As a forty-something mother of teens, who is juggling two careers, four pets, a blog, an obsession with reading romance books and fluctuating hormones – unexpected date nights are a rarity. I read this book […]

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#BookReview One in a Million @LindseyKelk #TuesdayBookBlog #Books

#Bookreview #BlondeWriteMore

When I saw readers referring to themselves as Kelkoholics, I knew I had to experience a Lindsey Kelk novel for myself. I love being a fan of someone fabulous and also a fan of someone who originates from the North of England (Lindsey was brought up in Doncaster and I was raised in Leeds). Okay so I […]

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#BookReview Poetic Rituals @RituBhathal #Poetry #TuesdayBookBlog

#PoetryReview #Poet #BookReview

This book of modern day poems did something miraculous: it made me start reading poetry. It is safe to say that up until this point I was a poetry virgin. Can you believe this? At forty-five years young I had not properly experienced poetry. Everyone around me was raving about the delights of poetry, how […]

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