Tag Archives: ebooks

Reading roundup 15/01/20

Well, I have only finished one book this week. My concentration issues have been pretty bad and I have also had problems with memory. My review will explain why. The book was Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. Here is the … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 08/01/20

This first Reading Roundup of the year covers the last books that I finished in 2019 and the first of 2020. Unfortunately, I have to tell you that I am still struggling with book reading since the stroke at the … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 18/12/19

I have really enjoyed my reading since writing the last Reading Roundup post for the blog. I am still not managing print books as yet, but I am finding plenty of ebooks to interest me. By the way, I must … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 04/12/19

I am very tired after over a week of difficult days for the family, so will have to make this post short but, I hope, sweet-ish! This week’s Reading Roundup is again about one book, but it was a long … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 27/11/19

This will be a short post today. Firstly, because I have only managed to finish one book this week. And secondly,  because we are living with a huge amount of stress on top of the usual level so I don’t … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 20/11/19

I am still reliant on ebooks for my reading “fix” and am so grateful that our local library service subscribes to an ebook system that is free for us members. The main issue with it is that there are usually … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 06/11/19 – the Return!

Well, I now feel ready to write the first Reading Roundup post for a long time! I was so worried that the stroke would stop my reading for good. After relying on audiobooks for two months, which don’t feel quite … Continue reading

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