Monthly Archives: November 2014

November reads

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I have decided that I would like to jump on the band wagon of posting a monthly wrap up and possible TBR for the month ahead. So, without further ado here are the books I worked my way through in November. The Queen of Subtleties by Suzannah Dunn Hmm…not the best start to the month,… Continue reading November reads

TBR – do you feel the guilt?

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I wanted to write today about TBR guilt (otherwise known as feeling guilty about the un-read books on your shelves, those to-be-read). I’ve thought about this a lot over the years, as a Bookseller’s daughter I pretty much had an entire bookshop’s worth of TBR and as time has gone by I’ve not lost the… Continue reading TBR – do you feel the guilt?

Tudor Tuesdays #1 – The Queen of Subtleties

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Today’s first Tudor Tuesday is a bit of a funny one. As has been well documented so far (and in only a handful of blogs that’s pretty impressive) I am rather partial to a dose of historical fiction. But I recently read a book which made me question the genre and wonder – when does… Continue reading Tudor Tuesdays #1 – The Queen of Subtleties

Why is reading so enjoyable?

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Something I wonder about sometimes, is why I like reading quite as much as I do. i don’t just like it a little bit, I see it as one of life’s greatest pleasures. And it’s worth thinking about why, although I’m pretty sure there is no definitive answer to this! It’s so often my activity… Continue reading Why is reading so enjoyable?