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Celebrating World Book Day: Books I loved as a child

To celebrate World Book Day, which has been going for 21 years now, I wanted to look back on some of the books I loved when I was younger. World Book Day is an annual UK event that happens every March to celebrate reading. Many schools across the country take part by having group reading… Continue reading Celebrating World Book Day: Books I loved as a child

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Poetry ARC review: Plum by Hollie McNish

Author: Hollie McNish Pages: 80 Edition: E-arc Publication date: 15th June 2017 Read: 19th May – 9th June Rating:  *Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.* ‘Remember that not everyone gets to have grey hairs. Ever. It’s a privilege you should not be moaning… Continue reading Poetry ARC review: Plum by Hollie McNish

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Poetry review: Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest

Poet: Kate Tempest Pages: 111 Genre: Poetry, Mythology, Feminist writing Publication Date: 9th October 2014 Read: April 15nd – April 17th Rating:      I’ve been wanting to read more poetry recently, so when my sister asked me if I wanted to borrow this collection I jumped at the chance. And then couldn’t put it… Continue reading Poetry review: Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest

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Book review: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves

Karen Joy Fowler’s existential novel takes a walk through the past, present, and future of Rosemary’s life, as she attempts to make sense of events in her childhood that go on to define the rest of her life. If you imagine this book as a walk through an art gallery (weird analogy, I know, but… Continue reading Book review: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves