The November Reading List

Introducing my November reading list. Here’s everything that is new on my to be read pile this November. I’ve got to say I’ve done a nice little haul lately. I love the crime/thriller genre, but I’m really trying to branch out into other areas as I feel like I’m missing out on so many amazing books because I don’t give…

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A Birthday Afternoon Tea at Browns

So last month was my 25th birthday. Yes, 25. Let’s not talk about it. As a little birthday treat, we took the day off for a day of shopping, drinking and of course, a spot of afternoon tea. After a long morning shopping, it was time to head to Brown’s for an afternoon tea. Now, if I’m honest, I don’t…

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The A – Z Book Tag

I can’t remember the last time I did a tag on my blog. I’ve been writing about books an awful lot later on my blog, but I wanted to do it a slightly different way. Introducing the A – Z Book Tag! A – Author you’ve read the most books from I think this will probably be Karin Slaughter. I’ve…

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A/W Wish List

My Autumn/Winter wardrobe is always the same. Every single year.  source: Pinterest Baggy, knitted jumpers, striped t-shirts and black, all the black. I don’t really move out of my comfort zone and I do find myself buying the same things over and over again. But, I’m determined not to next payday! Look at all that colour. I am really trying to…

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The October Reading List

Books, books and more books. I do feel like my blog is taking more of a book direction at the moment, but what can I say. My book obsession is not slowing down. Here’s what I’ve been reading this month. Messiah by Boris Starling  London is in the grip of a heatwave: airless days, strange steamy nights and a killer…

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