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Review: ‘A Moveable Feast’ by Earnest Hemingway

Welcome back! I’m back with a non-fiction review, a rare one for me as I much prefer fiction. But this book is all about Hemingway’s experiences in Paris, and seeing as I am embarking on my year abroad this week,... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Emily Barr

Today I have the great pleasure of interviewing Emily Barr. Emily is an author of adult and young adult fiction, publishing thrillers such as 'The Truth and Lies of Ella Black' and 'The Perfect Lie.' About a year ago I... Continue Reading →

Review: ‘The First Wife’ by Emily Barr

I realise I published my review of 'Hotel Iris' by Yoko Ogawa very recently, but after reading a review for 'The One Memory of Flora Banks' on RachaelDewhurst's blog, I felt inspired to write a review of this book, as... Continue Reading →

Worldwide Wednesday #3: China

Hi again! This is my third Worldwide Wednesday, a series I've started doing every Wednesday where I choose a book associated with a certain country! Last week's book was focussed on Morocco. Today we're travelling even further afield (for me!)... Continue Reading →

Worldwide Wednesday #2: Morocco

Hello again! As you know, every Wednesday I choose a country and then choose a book that is related in some way to that country, and write a bit about it! Last week's post focussed on France, so feel free... Continue Reading →

The Unique Blogger Award

Hi again! I have been nominated for another blogger award, thank you so much to Nadwa@Painfully Fiction  and Book Bum for nominating me for this award, I've never done it before so I'm really excited to get cracking! 🙂 The... Continue Reading →

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