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Trove of Literary Work

A strong lover of books and an avid reader, I love to sink in a big bulky literary treasure at the end of each day. For a long time I was of the firm believer, that the bigger a book the more rich and descriptive it is. 545 more words

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July Reading Wrap-Up (2014)

Was in a bit of a reading slump, getting better though:

My Name Is Mina – David Almond (5*)
This is one of those treasures I’ve managed to find in charity shops. 573 more words

The Dangers of Bookstores

As many of you know, I am a tried and true bibliophile. And chapters is a place of many great things, but also many bad things (mainly for my bank account and my brief encounters with Allegiant). 329 more words

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Creative Kid Thursday! Tarleton’s Spy by David Slaughter

Welcome to Creative Kid Thursday!

I have a great book for you, loyal readers! A historical fiction novel that was written by David Slaughter, who was 14 when he started writing it. 410 more words

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What I'm Reading: Summer TBR Update

So, today’s post was supposed to be my review of Framley Parsonage, but I’m nowhere close to being done with it. :( Apparently, I suck at read-alongs. 253 more words

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Review! Frankie Dupont and the Mystery of Enderby Manor by Julie Ann Grasso

Frankie Dupont and the Mystery of Enderby Manor

By Julie Ann Grasso

Illustrated by David Blackwell and Samantha Yallope

136 pages – age 8+

Published by Julie Ann Grasso on July 11, 2014… 322 more words

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Precious Moments

“I walked across an empty land, I knew the pathway like the back of my hand…I felt the earth beneath my feet, sat by the river and it made me complete.”~Keane… 663 more words