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Recent Reads

Usually I get my new reads from friends, charity shops and the library, but once a month (usually near payday of course) I get to spend a lovely hour or so in Waterstones, smelling that intoxicating new book smell, marveling in all the shiny newness of it all and turning into the most indecisive person ever!  245 more words

The Truth About Reading

Some people tell me that they read to learn, that any other form of reading is pointless. I, for one, read to experience, to enjoy, and if I learn in the process, that’s a bonus… and I always learn. 

- Readers Anonymous 

 

Books

Silvy's review of 'Ignoring Gravity'

I wish that could tell you more but I can’t. I could tell you, just … there are many things that this book keeps as secret… that will be revealed the end. 18 more words

Sandra Danby

Book review: The Cardturner

This is a book about bridge. The card game. And it’s also a book about relationships. Alton, a seventeen-year-old is tasked by his mother of ‘keeping in’ with his rich blind uncle Lester Trapp by driving him to bridge club in the hope that Trapp will remember their family in his will. 321 more words

Sandra Danby

Exclusive cover reveal: Nalini Singh : Rock Addiction

Great news! for Nalini Singh fans. Come September 9th  she is releasing a new book titled Rock Addiction – completely new series. Nalini is best know for her amazing… 370 more words

Booklove

Book review: Love and Eskimo Snow

This is a novel about the nature of love and its different forms. It begins with death. Bea Bridges is killed in a car crash. The story of her childhood is told retrospectively, interwoven with the love lives of three other women – Missy, Claire and Elizabeth – from childhood crush to first kiss, friendship, first love and lust. 322 more words

Sandra Danby

Violent and Engrossing: Review of The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings

Hey, everyone. Today we’ll be reviewing THE MURDER COMPLEX by Lindsay Cummings. This book came out on June 10, 2014. We both read this book because it sounded like something we wanted to read, and we really wanted to support the author. 376 more words

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