bonus post! bookish couples

bonus post! bookish couples

Happy (late) Valentine’s Day, everybody! Whether you shared your day with a romantic partner, your best pals or family (relatives/blended/chosen) I hope you had a wonderful time filled with love. If you didn’t celebrate with anyone, then I’m sending some hugs and kisses and imaginary chocolates your way and I hope you know you’re loved!

In honour of (late) Valentine’s Day, here is a bonus post about my favourite couples from novels I love!

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music shuffle tag

music shuffle tag

My lovely pal Becca created a music shuffle tag and my other lovely pal Michaela tagged me to take part!

Basically, you put your itunes/spotify/music streaming service on shuffle and think up a book, character, ship or plot point that the song you land on reminds you of! There’s no need to explain your choices (although you can if you like), it’s your opinion and that’s what matters. Then tag 5 – 10 bloggish friends and see what they come up with!

Here we go:

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my february tbr

my february tbr

Hey folks! We’re settling into February nicely so I figured its time to share my TBR for the month.

I did some polls on Twitter in the following categories: ‘grown up books’, LGBT, historical fiction, sci fi & fantasy and non-fiction! My lovely followers then voted and here are the winners:

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january roundup!

january roundup!

Happy February everybody! Before we plunge into my birthday month, I want to have a look back at January and see how I’m doing with my various bookish goals, plus share some stuff I got up to and some blogs I loved reading!

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the happiness project – arc review

the happiness project – arc review

The Happiness Project
by Pippa James
Bookouture
Pub date: February 12th 2019
3/5 Stars

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Three mumsy friends each make a New Year’s Resolution; hyper-organised Alison wants to escape her comfort zone, single mother Frankie want to get a job and hold it down and Kate, pregnant for the third time, wants to approach the new baby’s birth with ‘zen’ instead of being her usual worrying self. Naturally it all goes entirely to plan – not. Navigating new romances and old friendships, hirings and firings, PTA mums and wayward family members all while raising a collective brood of crazy four years olds doesn’t make their Happiness Project as straight forward as they’d hoped.

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