40 Book Blogging Goals To Motivate You To Succeed

Updating a blog regularly takes a lot of work, and sometimes it’s hard to keep the passion going so I decided to put together these book blogging goals to motivate myself. If you’re like me your aims will change as…

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Audiobook Review: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

I follow Matt Haig on Twitter so I knew a little bit about The Midnight Library before it was released and was keen to read it. What I really like about Matt Haig’s writing style is that he has a…

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The Book Family Rogerson August Round-Up

We finally managed to join the real world in August. The month was easier for everyone with me off work, Al on leave for a week and M on school holidays. Rather than going on a big summer holiday, we…

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YA Book Review: The Mermaid, the Witch and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

  I haven’t read any YA fantasy for a while so when Walker UK offered the chance to dive into an arc of The Mermaid, the Witch and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall, I decided to go for it. Aside…

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Atmospheric Literary Places to Visit in Derbyshire

Unsurprisingly for such a picturesque area of Britain, there are lots of literary places to visit in Derbyshire. This largely rural county in the heart of England is full of atmospheric landscapes ranging from brooding moorlands to sweeping country estates,…

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