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Dance Dance Revolution

So I don’t normally focus on one chapter but I thought I would do a micro blog post about a chapter I read in my latest book. So I’m currently reading Endlessly By Kiersten White and in the chapter Dance Dance Revolution the main character is forced dance against her will.  White does such a […]

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The Identity Crisis Book Tag

So I was tagged by the wonderful Literary Phenix to do the The Identity Crisis Book Tag and after having a mini freak out because this is the first one anyone has actually tagged me! I looked at the tag and realised there was only 2 series I had read. I came very late to […]

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book blogger confession tag

So I thought I would do the book blogger confession tag. I have a lot of confession to make, I’m often a very guilty reader, so this should be fun.  Which book, most recently, did you not finish? That was BioShock: Rapture by John Shirley. I got to the first page and gave up on […]

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Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

So I wasn’t much of a reader when I was younger, it’s just something I’ve recently fallen in love with, so I missed a lot of trends in YA. The biggest one being I never read Twilight and as an adult it’s not something that now interests me after hearing so much about it. Honestly […]

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Me. You by Dawn French

When I go on holiday, my biggest concern is always if I have the right book with me. If I can’t get into a book right away then I quickly get bored so normally I try and take a book that I’ve already started but this time things weren’t that simple. I’ve been in a […]

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Do I have that book challenge

I do love a book challenge and I’ll happily take any excuse to look through my bookcase and admire it so I thought I would do the ‘Do I have that book’ challenge. It’s 20 questions that allow you to go through your bookcase and explore the books you own. 1. Do you have a […]

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Big things in small packages

The format of a printed book has stood the test of time for many years, only really changing when the paperback was introduced in 1935. But of course like most things in this world books can be improved on, or at least that’s what Dutch publisher Royal Jongbloed thought as in 2006 when the first […]