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I am sure I’m not the only one, but I’ll be one of the first to admit that during the last thirty years of my life, I have had more regrets than I probably should. 1,089 more words


5 Questions with Author Heather Dune Macadam

Welcome to “5 Questions”, a new blog series hosted by the Readers’ Services Department at Syosset Library, that will help booklovers everywhere get started on their reading journeys. 1,305 more words



Hello again. I’m here once more, and this is yet another weekly blog post.

So first lets get the weekly book read count out of the way. 796 more words

Week In Review - The Corona Chronicles Part 31

Last week of my half term break. It’s been so good to have a bit of time to myself after a really tiring term, and I fully expect even more to come at me in the weeks ahead. 1,712 more words


Delirium By Lauren Oliver

Imagine living in a world where love is perceived as a disease? A society where love is perceived as a disease where people get ‘cured’ on their 18th birthday, to rid the person of the symptoms and pain of the disease of Amorosa Deliria (the term used for love). 241 more words

Day 22 #OctPoWriMo : Enchantment

Every time I lift a book new to me

Never touched nor read nor discussed

Chills run over me

Here could be such a treasure… 116 more words


Harry Potter Fan #2

Emmett loves reading so we have been suggesting he start the Harry Potter series for awhile now, either with us or alone. He was resisting but then one day agreed to sit down with me and start Book 1. 152 more words