Let’s go bookish this August

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Hi everyone, this month I’ll be allowing my bookish side free reign. For those of you who like posts all about quirky aspects of being a bibliophile, all the posts of this month are definitely for you!! So, friends, settle down and wade into a whole month of bookish wonders…

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Walk in their shoes by Jim Ziolkowski

Hi everyone, this last week’s review is a tome that struck a chord with me. Inspirational, powerful, and insightful’ are just a few of the words that come into my mind when I think about this read. If this is enough to move you to read more, then please go ahead and press the button below to find out more…

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Kat and Meg conquer the world by Anna Priemaza

Hi everyone, this week’s review post is a teen read that left quite an impression on me when I read it sometime ago. I’m not someone who likes to give away too much right in the beginning, but if you’re into gaming and all things digital, then this could be a contender for you… why not give it a go then…

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A pair of summery reads

Hi everyone, I hope you all up in the US and UK are enjoying your summer!! My sister’s little ones will be looking forward to their summer holidays with lots of fun stuff and activities. So, to help you all celebrate your summer holidays, this week’s post will feature a pair of books that have a summery feel to it… of sorts… you’re going to have to click the button to find out now!!

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The Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart

Hello everyone, welcome to this first post in this wintry month of July. Since this month is a mixed group of reviews, I thought I’d start off with a contemporary adventure type story. If you’re after something that tackles a range of themes and issues then you might enjoy this as much as I did…

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Welcome to July

Hi everyone, welcome to the colder month of July. It’s quite cold here in Auckland, and at times wet!! Despite the bleakness of the weather, we enjoy the warmth inside our homes and I always look forward to snuggling down with a good book!! To find out more about my selections you’re going to have to be brave and press the button below… go on then…

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A selection of delicious Chick-Lit reads

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, as promised here is an extra post this month with a few chick-lit reads that have a food-infused story. So, if you’re after some lighter, livelier, and funnier reads then this post is for you!!

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Let’s learn a little history on cooking this week

Hi everyone, this post is one of a kind as it will feature the works of one particular author. Bee Wilson’s two works, Consider the fork and First Bite are titles I found that have an extensive history of cooking and the food we eat. Yes, friends, these are hard core nonfiction titles. If you’re after some lighter reads, I suggest you wait a few days, or you could persevere and learn something today by pressing the button below.

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Hungry Hearts edited by Elsie Chapman

Hi everyone, this week is a review of an ebook I read over lockdown last year. This week’s selection is actually a teen read with stories that have a culinary theme running through them. However friends, beware… for this is not an ordinary book… but one of… well… why don’t you click below to find out…

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A trio of reading treats for you

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s booklist post is meant to get your taste buds dancing with a selection of diverse reads on food and cooking! I hope you like these reads as they were ones that had me licking my lips long after the books had ended!!

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