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July Reads 2015

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I haven’t been able to devote much time to blogging this month, which has been a real shame for me. My reading has also been a little odd as I’ve only finished four books, although I’ve had a few more on the go that I’m still reading. So whilst it hasn’t been a bad reading… Continue reading July Reads 2015

Ahead of my own time

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This week, I decided to pick up Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift. It has been sitting in my pile of unread classics since I first tried to read it as a teenager many years ago. I picked it up with a sense of dread, remembering it is a real slog, difficult to understand and one… Continue reading Ahead of my own time

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?