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Rivers of London–A Rave Review

Probationary Constable Peter Grant dreams of being a detective in London’s Metropolitan Police. Too bad his superior plans to assign him to the Case Progression Unit, where the biggest threat he’ll face is a paper cut. But Peter’s prospects change in the aftermath of a puzzling murder, when he gains exclusive information from an eyewitness… Continue reading Rivers of London–A Rave Review

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Bookworm Confessions: Weirdest Things I’ve Used as Bookmarks Continued

This is my second post on this topic, I have continued to use really odd things as bookmarks and you guys really seemed to enjoy the first post. So, I thought I’d share some more weird things I’ve used as bookmarks.  If you didn’t see the first post I’ll link it here: Weirdest Things I've… Continue reading Bookworm Confessions: Weirdest Things I’ve Used as Bookmarks Continued

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Do You Read Books with The Dust Jacket On?

This is going to be a quick post, but I’m really interested to hear a discussion about your reading habits! So, I’m currently reading a hardcover copy of Rivers of London, and as I always do, I took the dust jacket off my book in order to do my reading. This got me thinking about… Continue reading Do You Read Books with The Dust Jacket On?

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Words of the Month: New words I learned in April

Its that time of the month again! I love learning new words and I often lookup new words I come across in my reading. Unfortunately, I often forget these new words almost immediately. So, I have started to make myself write them all down as I learn them and I thought it might be fun… Continue reading Words of the Month: New words I learned in April

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Bookworm Problems: Accidental All-Nighters

I have spent far too many nights as an accidental night owl as a result of my reading habits. In my What Type of Reader Are You post many people also seemed to be in this category, so I thought it would be fun to share my mental process when I accidentally stay up far… Continue reading Bookworm Problems: Accidental All-Nighters

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Do You Dog Ear Your Page?

In the bookish world, this is truly the great debate of our time. As a community we must consider whether dog ear-ing pages of a book should be considered  wanton destruction, or simply the most convenient way to mark your place in a book. This post is pretty silly, but I really like having fun… Continue reading Do You Dog Ear Your Page?

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What Type of Reader Are You?

Everyone seems to have their own unique style of reading, so I thought it would be fun to compile a list of some of the different ‘types’ of readers I know! The Hermit Once this readers starts a book they will retreat into their reading cave. You will not see this reader again until the… Continue reading What Type of Reader Are You?

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Five Reasons Why I Love Collections of Short Stories

I was recently sorting through my bookshelf and I realised I have built up quite a few collections of short stories/ anthologies. I feel like I don’t hear about them very often so I thought I’d share my five favourite things about short story collections! The variety This is the most obvious point, but the… Continue reading Five Reasons Why I Love Collections of Short Stories

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My Favourite Places to Read

I am a bit of a creature of habit when it comes to reading. I read pretty much exclusively in my bed. Which I know you’re not really meant to do, as it apparently lessens the associations one has with sleep and their bed, but it’s so comfy. I already have an owl-like sleep pattern,… Continue reading My Favourite Places to Read

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My Pottermore House Sorting Story

This is a bit of a random post but I really love hearing about which Hogwarts houses people identify with. So, I thought it might be fun to share my house sorting story with you guys! I did this a few years ago so forgive me if I am a bit off with specifics of… Continue reading My Pottermore House Sorting Story