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Memo Pad: Books March 2017

I'm marching on (pun!) with my reading this month and managing to keep up to quite an amazing pace for me. Another 5 books read, this was helped greatly by receiving some brilliant books for review (opinions are always my own honest thoughts) and I was doing really well in the not buying books stakes… Continue reading Memo Pad: Books March 2017

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Top 10 2017 Book Releases

Top Ten Books that I am most excited about being released in 2017 This is a post that I never thought I would write. A post about books that are (mostly) not even out yet?! I'm normally years behind things so how I'm even aware of books that aren't out yet is yet another one… Continue reading Top 10 2017 Book Releases

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The Memo Pad: Book Reviews Dec 2016

It's new years eve which means, among other things, my last monthly reviews post. It's been an up and down month. Some books I was expecting to love and that started brilliantly let me down, I DNF'd a couple that I had been really looking forward to but other books far out did my expectations.… Continue reading The Memo Pad: Book Reviews Dec 2016

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Christmas books TBR

Ten books that I'm mega excited about reading and hope to get my hands on thanks to Christmas. So towards the end of this year I had a backlog of books on my kindle and I decided that I wanted to try to whittle that down a little (along with reading some arcs from netgalley)… Continue reading Christmas books TBR

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Memo Pad: Book Reviews

I've been reading quite a lot of short books recently which has meant that I've gotten through quite a few in the last couple of months. Having reached four books this month I decided to combat that by tackling the longest book wallowing unread on my kindle. That prize goes to Malice by John Gwynne.… Continue reading Memo Pad: Book Reviews

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Memo Pad: Book Reviews July 2016

Read: 3 The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater ***** Blue has spent the majority of her sixteen years being told that if she kisses her true love, he will die. When Blue meets Gansey's spirit on the corpse road she knows there is only one reason why - either he is her true love or… Continue reading Memo Pad: Book Reviews July 2016

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Memo Pad: Book Reviews

A look at the books I've read this month.   Read: 3 Storywalker by David Bridger ***** The story follows Molly Mathews who suffers from an illness called ME. Through her illness she has relied on books to comfort her specifically her favourite series of books called Tamass the Fearless written by Paul Best. When a… Continue reading Memo Pad: Book Reviews