Welcome to May 2021

Hi everyone, this merry month of May I will be treating you to a mixed selection of titles in my posts. The reason I’ve done this is not because I’ve run out of ideas, but I’m working on some future themes for the coming year, and planning on working on some of my resolutions!! So, if you’re interested, read on…

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The crossroads of should and must by Elle Luna

Hi everyone, this last week’s post is an intriguing one. One of the reasons I selected this title was for the splashes of colour on the cover. As colours go, I’m of the school who prefer a small selection on my book cover. When I saw this, the last thing I thought was ‘self-help’!! Have a read, see if you like it…

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My thoughts on book covers

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Hi everyone, welcome to this week’s blog post. Unlike the reviews and personal posts I’ve been writing in the past, this one will take a different approach and style. As my title states, in this post I will be discussing all things to do with ‘book covers’!! Yes, that’s right, this book blogger is about to take you on a journey into her fascination with book covers…

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Book covers for March

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Why you should judge a book by it’s cover

Hi everybody, this month has a ‘bookish’ theme to it. I aim to delve into the topic of book covers. I know, it doesn’t sound quite ‘literary’ to hardcore bibliophiles, but I’m sure you wonder if my choice of reads are dependent on their covers. You might be right, or…maybe you should read ahead to find out my reasoning…

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Small move, Big change by Caroline L. Arnold

Hi everyone, this last week’s post is an adult non-fiction title that caught my eye a few years ago. When I was researching the best New Year’s resolutions, I realised I had read somewhere a book that helped break down resolutions into small, manageable-sized tasks!! So, if you were thinking of working on your resolutions this year like me, why not see if this book helps…

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Welcome to 2021

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Hi everyone, welcome to 2021!! I hope the holidays treated you and your family well! My family and I managed to spend some quality time exploring our little corner of the world and spent a somewhat quiet New Year! This year I have decided to give my blog a bit of a change in style. Instead of just book reviews I intend on adding a few extra personal touches here and there. To find out more, press the button below…

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This is what a librarian looks like by Kyle Cassidy

Hello everyone, welcome to the very last post for 2020!! I bring you summer tidings from New Zealand and a huge sigh of relief for the end of what felt like an extremely long year!! This extra post for this week showcases an amazing adult non-fiction read I found that was all about librarians, actual real life ones!! Have a read of this post and see if you know anyone in this read!!

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December is for libraries and all things literary

Hello and welcome all to the last month of 2020!! We actually made it! Hands up if you still feel you’re in July! Everyone at my work is lamenting the fact that we didn’t feel the time passing us by but we just had to look around at all that we had accomplished to realise the year is actually coming to an end. I know you’re wondering what exactly does that title mean up there….

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The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

Hi everyone, this next review post is on a book that had a profound impact on my life. I was at a crossroads and after completing this book I found myself wanting to find a ‘happiness project’ of my own. If you want to know how to start one for yourself, have a read of my review below.

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Welcome to September

Hello everyone and welcome to the month of September!! The spring thaw is slowly melting the cold days down into warmer ones here in Auckland. Along with changes in the weather, the selections for my blog are in a state of transition. To find out more, press the button below…

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