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Reading roundup 13/05/20

I read a book by my favourite author this week. In fact, he is my favourite author of all time! Even more gratifying was the discovery that I had actually missed the fact that not just this book, but another … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 29/04/20

I have finished one book this week and am part-way through a second. Writing Monday’s post about Liberty of London’s Ianthe design took up a lot of time! C F Iggulden’s The Sword Saint is the concluding part of his … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 19/02/20

Well, I can actually write a proper post this week. OK, I only finished one ebook, but it was a very long one – more like two, or more, book lengths in one. In fact it was very satisfying to … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 12/02/20

Oh, I am reading such a good book this week! So enjoyable! Erm, the present tense in the first sentence is a big giveaway – I haven’t finished the book. In fact I am only about half way through. It … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 29/01/20

I have enjoyed and finished two books since I last wrote a Roundup post. Luckily, I am still managing to find enough on our library’s ebook site to keep me going and, therefore, avoid buying my own (more money for … 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 21/08/19

There will be only one Reading Roundup post this week, as usual. I have read two books, both very different. Here is the first one: The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks was a real departure for me. This is a … Continue reading

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