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I’m back with another book review! Finally! I’ve been meaning to do more of these, but it gets harder when you get lazier. (hashtag relatable) But I just read a book that I want to share with you all because I highly recommend everything about it and that book is Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson aka The Bloggess, as I would come to know her. 617 more words

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Off On An Adventure!

Monkey & I are off on an adventure this afternoon – travelling to visit friends in Germany by ferry & train.  We’re leaving DH at home as he doesn’t travel well (that might be a bit of an exaggeration to be fair).  275 more words

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Jenny Lawson wants you laughing 'til it hurts

On the cover of Jenny Lawson’s new book, Furiously Happy, is a preposterous raccoon.

He stands on his two back legs, arms outstretched as though, Lawson writes, he’s “the most excited member of your surprise party.” He has a “bafflingly enormous smile,” and would, technically speaking, qualify as bad taxidermy. 1,265 more words


2015 - September

During this month I also ran a reading challenge, which you can read about here and here. Most of the books I read were for judging so can’t be discussed here, but I also managed to squeeze in a few other titles for fun or review. 1,033 more words


Best Book Month.

I’m usually hopelessly outdated and useless when it comes to following new book releases except for Brandon Sanderson’s works because, let’s face it, we can… 209 more words


Furiously Happy; A funny book about horrible things by Jenny Lawson

Jenny Lawson has (or had at the time of writing) a taxidermyed racoon. This is possibly one of the most bizarre and hilarious things I have ever read about in the opening chapters of a book, and I must admit that these little anecdotes went a lot way to getting me hooked on reading… 214 more words

Reviewsday Tuesday

It’s finally here! It’s finally here! I already know that Furiously Happy is going to be one of my favourite books, and not just because it’s gold and sparkly. 25 more words