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Top 10 Tuesday: Books I Read In One Sitting

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is: Read In One Sitting.

I actually read books in one sitting a lot :P It used to happen more often a couple of years ago, as I was less busy, but every once in a while I still find myself glued to a book through an entire day. 905 more words

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Ready Player One (It's the 80s!)

There is a certain nostalgia for the 80’s. That for some strange reason a generation wants to cling on to. For me the most purest for of music was invented in the 80’s hair metal, The Crue, Ratt, warrant and Guns and roses they may argue that they wasn’t hair mental but they grew up on the Sun set strip. 523 more words

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Ernest Cline's Armada: a book review

If you’ve ever worked anywhere and had to sit through annual performance reviews, you know what I’m talking about. I’ve heard it called the “sandwich” approach, and it’s where the reviewer opens by saying good things about you, then tells you where you failed to meet expectations in the middle—the meat in this rather disgusting sandwich—and then closes by saying more good things about you. 819 more words

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A Week in Words: March 19th 2017

Just a little introduction. I am aiming to do a post like this every Sunday as a kind of round up to my week. I will post about what I have been reading this week, any new books I have bought and general book news. 729 more words

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Top 5: Fantasy and SciFi

Let’s talk about some of my favorite books.

I adore Fantasy. Some of my favorite books of all time are Fantasy. I love magic and I adore reading about different worlds and just generally, I enjoy being transported to a different place. 813 more words

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Friday Favourites

I haven’t been recommending books to anyone lately, so here’s a good start! These are the top 5 books that I read in 2016 that I absolutely ADORE. 551 more words

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The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak

Sometimes a book is so endearing and nostalgic to teenage years that you can’t help getting brought along for the ride. For me, The Impossible Fortress… 345 more words