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Favourite Books Of The Year | 2018

The arrival of a brand new reading year means that it is time to reflect back on the many stories I consumed in 2018. Sadly, it is not a year will miss as I spent most of it in a big old slump. More often than not, I'd find a gem I adored, finish it… Continue reading Favourite Books Of The Year | 2018

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Charlotte Reads Things | An Update

I've been working on CharlotteReadsThings for a few years now and I've entered a bookish world that I didn't know existed prior. I've made amazing blogger friendships, delved into books I would have otherwise missed, and found an outlet to share my love for some on my favourite stories. I'm a big planner and with my… Continue reading Charlotte Reads Things | An Update

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Visting Charles Dickens

Despite holding an English Literature degree, I’ve never really connected with any classic literature. The exception to that rule is Charles Dickens. I can’t quite explain what it is about his writing that whisks me off to another world, or why I find myself so fascinated with his life outside of writing, but it’s the… Continue reading Visting Charles Dickens

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The Fear Of A Series Reboot…

We all have our series that we love with every piece of our heart. From Percy Jackson, to Harry Potter, Twilight to A Darker Shade of Magic. Ask any reader and I'm sure they'll be able to name at least one that they constantly revisit. Sometimes, we yearn for the possible day when we might… Continue reading The Fear Of A Series Reboot…

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Tag | To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

With a whole new wave of people – myself included – falling head over heels for To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, it was only a matter of time before someone created a tag. (And that lovely person was Frankinesce) but the wonderful Jemma of Fantastic Books was kind enough to tag me! Who… Continue reading Tag | To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

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Why I Love Book Acknowledgements

Back in the day, before the internet, (yes I am that old) the only way I could learn more about those people behind the books was through acknowledgements. I didn't even know what my favourite authors looked like, so it was a chance to peek behind the curtain in some way. Book acknowledgements are stories… Continue reading Why I Love Book Acknowledgements

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Things I Learnt As A Bookseller

Working in a bookstore was always something I wanted to do, regardless of for how long it would be. I’ve been fortunate to work as a Seasonal Bookseller, two Christmas’ in a row, at a high-street bookstore, and I thought I would share some of the things I learnt during my time there.   HOWEVER… Continue reading Things I Learnt As A Bookseller

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The Right Way To Read…

The book community is truly a wonderful place to be. I originally started this book because I wanted to create an online space where I could talk constantly about books without feeling like I have to apologise for word-vomiting my love for stacks of paper. I’ve grown to learn more about the industry and try… Continue reading The Right Way To Read…

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Mid Year Freak Out Tag

We’ve officially reached the mid-way point in the year, which is a mixture of exciting and terrifying! So it’s time to reflect on all the bookish adventures I’ve had so far. Best Sequel Of The Year So Far This one is actually a bit of a cop-out as I’ve only read two sequels this year… Continue reading Mid Year Freak Out Tag