Cover Buys

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Have you ever bought a book just so it will look nice on your shelf? Who are we kidding? We all definitely have done that! It’s always a very big risk spending your hard earned cash on a cover buy book because you might get it home, look at the reviews on amazon and realise what a terrible mistake you’ve made when it’s only rated one star. Yes, we all have done that too. However there are some books that turn out to be the most magical books you’ve ever read that stemmed from just a cover buy!

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Halloween Read-Along Day 7

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It’s officially the last day of the Halloween read-along tomorrow! That means I’ve got left just a mere twenty-four hours to finish Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children! Am I going to do it? To be honest I’m not entirely sure. I’ve had a lot of Uni work in the last week and a lot of other things going on that I’ve not had much time to read! I need a full afternoon free so I can just lay in my bed and get my head stuck in the book! But I will definitely do my best to get it finished up before tomorrow night!

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Halloween Read-Along Day 5

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Over the last few days I’ve not had that much productive time to read. Hopefully this is going to change in the next few days, and I will definitely get it done for the deadline day! Because of this, not much has changed in the story since I last wrote a post a few days ago – but that doesn’t mean that I’m not enjoying what is happening at the moment.

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Creativity & Reading Diversity with Doctor Who

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Recently I have had the absolute pleasure of meeting Mark Wright, no, not the one from
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, the one that writes all things Doctor Who! Mark gave a talk at my University as a part of the Sound – Vision – Place event that was happening – I thought I’d pop along considering seeing his name on an email got me all excited about Doctor who.

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