11 classics you could read in a day

A lot of people fancy reading a classic novel but don’t have much time. But there are a lot of classics that can be consumed in just one day.

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April reading wrap-up

April seemed to drag on forever, but it was a successful reading month – my best so far this year. I finished eight books, albeit one of them was a re-read.

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The best and most affordable UK book subscription boxes

Disclaimer: The products in this post were purchased with my own money and I have not received payment of any kind. Book subscription boxes are growing in popularity and while it’s exciting to receive a gift in the post each month, it can be quite daunting deciding which box to choose. There are so many […]

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Updated 2019 reading list

There have been so many new book releases this year that it’s hard to keep up. While I have made a dent in my “to be read (TBR)” pile, my birthday has passed and the books are stacking up. To make sure I keep on top of all of the books I want to read, […]

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TBR jar: My pick for April

There are so many books that I want to read but I can never decide what to go for next. I thought it might be a good idea to put a lot of bits of paper in a jar, each with a book title on it. The one I pull out is the one I […]

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March Wrap-Up and April reading goal

March was another great reading month and I found a lot of new books and authors that I now love. In total I read six books – a mixture of audio and physical copies. These books varied from the classics, fantasy, young adult (YA) and a physiological thriller. More in depth reviews will feature on […]

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