Lessons We Could Learn From Arthur (Blogmas)

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I recently read What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, which i absolutely adored. I have a full review on it HERE if you want to know all my thoughts about the book, but in this post i just want to talk about Arthur.

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Lessons We Could Learn From Ramona Blue (Blogmas)

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It’s been a very long time since we’ve added to this series, but when it first started a few years back, i adored writing for it. The idea is to write a list of lessons that you have learnt from a character, one that’s stood out to you and taught you lessons in the good or bad. We have a few other posts like this one that you can find HERE if you want to check them out.

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Lessons We Could Learn From Scarlett

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I think it’s about time for another installment of our ‘Lessons we could learn…’ series. It’s been quite a while since our last one, and i absolutely adore writing these little insights in to books that others might not have thought of. I mean, i did an English degree,over analysing characters and plots until they’re ruined is what i do for fun.

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Lessons We Could Learn From … Sophie May

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This series is going to continue on the first Monday of every month with a new character in which we think has a lesson or two to teach (or at least, we’ve learnt something from reading their stories).

This weeks addition is Sophie May from Giovanna Fletcher’s novels Billy and Me and Always With Love, including her novella staring Sophie, Christmas With Billy and Me. Sophie is such a kind and compassionate person it’s hard not to love her. Giovanna writes her in such a way that everyone is drawn to Sophie, you really do want to be her best friend.

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