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The Folio Society completes landmark Letterpress Shakespeare project for The Bard's 450th birthday

The Folio Society celebrates the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth with the completion of a landmark project – every play in the canon as well as the sonnets and poems, presented in individual limited editions, printed letterpress and bound by hand. 287 more words

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Book Review: Being Christian

A couple of weeks ago, I received an email asking if I’d like to review a “dark psychological novel that takes a voyeuristic look at the sex, lies, violence and debauchery behind one pastor’s ascent in the world of today’s mega-churches”. 406 more words

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Win a copy of The Three

Today I have the pleasure of offering you, dear readers, a copy of The Three by Sarah Lotz.

Black Thursday. The day that will never be forgotten.

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Book Review: Divergent

It’s out now in cinemas and people keep saying it’s the next Hunger Games. I’ll go to see it at some point this week, if I manage to tear myself away from my desk, because I like a good ‘action movie featuring a strong female lead’, as Netflix would no doubt put it. 707 more words

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This Moment

Thanks for your sharing in the excitement of my last post! I really enjoyed the comments. However, there are things going on around here that have nothing to do with the third baby question. 527 more words

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Real Book Challenge

I’ll admit it…I read 90% of my books on either my Kindle or Nook app on my phone.

I was a book snob for the longest and would only read “real books,” but once I started reading a book a day, it just got way too expensive of a habit to keep up. 508 more words


Book Review: Beautiful Day

The blurb for this one promised yet another run-of-the-mill romance:

Rachel is looking for her beautiful day. She’s worried about everything: being a good mother, money and starting a new job.

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