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What's Your Favourite Part?

I’m always up for a challenge, and when Fate plays her hand, I graciously accept.

Taking on the challenge of writing my first book was probably the craziest thing I’ve done, and to delve into the world of magic and children’s literature, has been a life-changing journey. 289 more words


Books I Hate

I end up reading a lot of books and so you can’t guarantee I’ll love or even enjoy them all. And so today I’ve compiled a list of books I didn’t enjoy, some I would go as to far as to say I hate. 467 more words

Dare To Fall | Review

Dare To Fall by Estelle Maskame

Non-Spoiler Review

Rating: 5 Stars


Death. She was afraid of it. He was used to it. There’s not much that Mackenzie Rivers is afraid of. 600 more words

American Gods: The Collective of Belief

People believe, thought Shadow. It’s what people do. They believe, and then they do not take responsibility for their beliefs; they conjure things, and do not trust the conjuration.

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We're Going on a Bear Hunt Storywalk

Last week I accomplished one of my professional goals. Since starting in public libraries I wanted to run a We’re Going on a Bear Hunt… 249 more words

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BOOKBLOG: Stephen King

The Eyes of the Dragon: brilliantly enthralling story perfect for YA lovers!

“A fantasy of heroic adventure, set in the kingdom of Delain. It involves a king who is poisoned, a young and beautiful queen, a prince locked in a high tower while his younger brother assumes the throne, and an evil magician who harbours terrible secrets and malevolent plans.” 355 more words

Farmers Market Storytimes

I love farmers markets. I don’t always buy stuff (except flowers), but I love the idea. This year, some librarians joined me in promoting the library at the farmers market. 171 more words

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