April Round-Up – The Books I Read In April 2017

I had a pretty busy month in April both in terms of reading and blogging as well as celebrating my birthday and going to Belfast to support the Great Britain Ice Hockey Team in their successful quest for a gold medal! But amongst all that excitement I read and reviewed seven books within April. Here …

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The Other Mrs Walker by Mary Paulson-Ellis

My latest read was one of the books chosen by my book club, and one that I was really looking forward to reading. I had heard great things about The Other Mrs Walker, and was intrigued by its premise. It concerns those people who pass away alone who may not leave people behind, but do …

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See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt

I was intrigued and excited to read See What I Have Done, a novel which author Sarah Schmidt spent a decade working on. Its premise sounded fascinating to me and I am a fan of historical fiction so was thrilled to have the opportunity to read it ahead of its publication in May. ‘I yelled, …

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Fairy Loot Unboxing – April 2017

Today I am very excited to be unboxing the April Fairy Loot! Fairy Loot is a monthly subscription box focusing on Young Adult fantasy titles. You can get a single box for £26 per month (plus VAT and shipping) or you can choose to subscribe for 3 or 6 months. This is the fifth Fairy …

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Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor

I was excited to receive a copy of Strange The Dreamer in the March box from Fairy Loot. I hadn’t read anything by Laini Taylor before but had heard great things about her Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy. Strange The Dreamer is the first in a new series which features a fascinating and mysterious …

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The Vinyl Detective: The Run-Out Groove by Andrew Cartmel

Last year I read and enjoyed the first book in Andrew Cartmel’s Vinyl Detective Series, Written In Dead Wax, so I was pleased to have the opportunity to read the second in the series, The Run-Out Groove, ahead of its publication next month. The first book saw the Vinyl Detective on his quest to locate …

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Letters To Eloise by Emily Williams

Back in February I took part in the blog tour for Letters To Eloise, in which I featured a guest post from author Emily Williams about the inspiration for her debut novel. I was intrigued about this story as I am a fan of books told in an epistolary format. And so I was delighted …

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