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Week two of TBR Thursdays

Week 2

Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

I bought this book a while back (almost two years ago) from a tiny charity book shop, and I know you’re not meant to do this, but I judged it by its cover and was drawn to it becuase of the cover design and also, the story loozed intersting. 156 more words

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Yarn Along!

I have a Tahdah moment..

What do you think? And I just had to make a hat to go with it.

So onto my next project. 98 more words

Book Review | The Winter Ghosts - Kate Mosse

We are who we are, be­cause of those we choose to love and be­cause of those who love us.

I’ve loved Kate Mosse ever since I watched an adaptation of…

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Review: The Mistletoe Bride by Kate Mosse

I return to Kate Mosse’s books again and again, partly because they take place in France and partly because they are historical fiction, but what really gets me is the cosy-scary-mysterious feeling of her works. 140 more words

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Don't forget your characters!

One thing I have never done in my writing is forget what I’ve written in regards to a story, poems on the other hand I am guilty of this. 226 more words

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Book review: The Taxidermist's Daughter by Kate Mosse

The book:
The Taxidermist’s Daughter by Kate Mosse
Published in 20014 by Orion
Pages: 423
My copy: Library
The blurb:

1912. A Sussex churchyard. Villagers gather on the night when the ghosts of those who will not survive the coming year are thought to walk.

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Fan Fiction Thoughts

A lot of my thoughts lately have been taken up with the concept of fan fiction. Though I will never publish these ideas on a blog where I could potentially earn money, as that plays too much with plagiarism laws and I can’t afford a lawsuit. 214 more words

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