BEDM: The Book I Almost Broke Up With

Everyone has the book that they almost broke up with. The book that almost made it back on to the shelf or in the donations bag after fifty pages because you simply cannot see yourself ever enjoying it. However, for many of us i’m sure, that book often becomes one of our favourites. Mine certainly did.

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My Most Recommended Books

In this post, i’m going to give you guys a list of all the books that i recommend the most to people. I mean this blog is full of my ‘winter recommendations’, ‘summer recommendations’ and ‘Christmas recommendations’, so these probably will not be much of a surprise. But these are the books that i constantly push upon people and make them read them, therefore, you probably should too!

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Lessons We Could Learn From Conor

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This months ‘Lessons We Can Learn From…’ post is celebrating the release of A Monster Calls in cinemas. The novel penned by Patrick Ness, has been a huge success, resulting in numerous awards, reprints, book club editions and now a screen version so that everyone can enjoy this wonderfully fantastic story.

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Let’s Talk About Being a Book Blogger

I have been a blogger for coming up to two years now and i don’t want to sound massively cliched, but what a wild ride it’s been. I started this blog as somewhere i could discuss my thoughts on my favourite books, somewhere i could share my opinions with my close friends and just a way to vent about characters, stories or plots i loved or hated. It was a way to communicate my thoughts without anyone really listening.

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The Christmasarus by Tom Fletcher

Tom Fletcher seems like the man of many (many) talents at the moment. He started his career as a musician, he then became an author of childrens picture books, an author of a childrens novel…which then went in to production for a movie…which now is a stage show! There is literally no end to his talents, and it all started with the humble Christmasaurus.

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November Wrap-Up

I really did hope that my wrap-up in November would be a lot better, i thought with Christmas nearing (and our Christmas read-along) it would push me to get as much read as possible. In reality, i’ve been in a bit of a reading slump and have had a very unusually busy social life, leaving very little time to get stuck in to a book. Here are the few books that i managed to pick up this month.

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