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Review: (Don't You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn

Synopsis from Good Reads:

Welcome to Gardnerville.

A place where no one gets sick. And no one ever dies.


There’s a price to pay for paradise.

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Monday’s Minutes is my weekly post where I share what I’m reading and what I’m reading next.


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Line(s) of the Day #Don'tYouForgetAboutMe

Will you recognise me?
Call my name or walk on by

Taken from the song Don’t you Forget About Me, best known for playing at the start and end of the seminal 80s film The Breakfast Club.

Alex Raphael

Rain keeps falling, down, down, down

This song reminds me of two things. First is that everyone used to sing it at school discos. And I mean everyone: boys, girls, the DJ, I’m sure even the teachers used to have a sneaky sing-a-long too. 300 more words


Don’t you forget about me:

For once I have known what it means to be at now and be only now.
For once I appreciated a cobweb on my face at tree level as a sign of my life. 283 more words


Don't You Forget About Me - 4/5 Stars

 I remember picking this one up from the charity shop, enticed once again by the cover. It was only £1 so I felt that even if it wasn’t that good, I hadn’t lost a considerable amount. 219 more words

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cleaning and The Breakfast Club

After a nice ling lie-in my Saturday will be filled with mops, brooms, cleaning products and a duster. My little home needs some TLC and the only way to achieve this is to roll up my sleeves and give it some elbow-grease. 219 more words