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‘Eat, Pray, Love’ Elizabeth Gilbert Book Review

*Disclaimer: All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. This post is in no way sponsored nor does it feature any affiliate links. No copyright infringement intended: All extracts shared are those of which I believe will benefit the reader in relation to this review. Enjoy!* ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ – Elizabeth Gilbert – Book Review […]

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Welcome To My Bookshelf

Hello everybody and welcome back to my blog… and welcome to my bookshelf! Anybody who knows me will know how much I love reading. I’ve always been a bookworm ever since I was younger so I’m sure it comes as no surprise that I own a lot of books and of course, I’m a fan […]

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‘The Flatshare’ Beth O’Leary Book Review

Hello and welcome back to another book review! I have recently finished reading a wonderful book ‘The Flatshare’ by Beth O’Leary. This is Beth O’Leary’s first published novel which is about two people who share a bed, but who have never actually met! ‘Tiffy and Leon share a bed, Tiffy and Leon have never met’… What a […]

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My Summer Of Magic Moments | Caroline Roberts | Book Review

My Summer Of Magic Moments | Caroline Roberts Harper Collins Publishers | Originally Published June 2017 Blurb When a seaside escape spells romance… Claire is ready for a bright new chapter. Winding her way to the coast for a cosy cottage retreat, she prays that three weeks of blissful peace and summer sunshine will wash […]

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‘Lolita’ – Vladimir Nabokov book review.

It took me 3 very long months, but I have finally finished reading one of my bucket list book’s – ‘Lolita’ by Vladimir Nabokov. Like most people, growing up I had heard of this classic novel, but my interest in reading the book only developed after a few references were made to it in Pretty […]

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‘The Time of Our Lives’ – Jane Costello book review.

After reading Jane Costello’s ‘Summer Nights at the Moonlight hotel’ earlier this year and absolutely loving it, I knew Costello was an author whose work I just had to read more of. I picked up ‘The Time of Our Lives’ in my local Waterstones and I had very high expectations for this book. ‘The Time […]