What I’ve Been Reading: November

Hello lovelies,

I was a little late with this quarterly what I’ve been reading as I read quite a few duds. When I mentioned it to my friend she suggested I include the books I didn’t like as well. What do you think? Would you like me to mention the duds as well and explain why I didn’t like them?

Now onto the books I did like….

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The Good Teacher- R.M Anderson

I was kindly gifted this by the lovely Sarah from @morethanadored. She asked me to be part of a blogging book club and I was like, why not? So having had no idea about this book my expectations were low. But after reading only a few pages I was hooked. The book literally jumps into the good stuff straight away. The story is based in a small country town and talks about community, family values, love and romance. It’s a great story line and while I know Sarah struggled at first with the changing perspectives, each chapter is told by a different character, I personally loved it. I thought it was done very well. So if you’re after an easy but compelling book please check this out.

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What I’ve Been Reading: March 2017

Hello lovelies,

Are you like me and struggle to find a good book to read? Personally I love a good book recommendation and I’m always willing to try out a new book. For all those fellow book worms, here are some of the books I’ve read and loved. Hope you enjoy my recommendations x

The Rosie Project- Graeme Simpson 

The Rosie Project is the book I recommend to anyone that asks for a book recommendation. I saw Zoe Foster raving about this and was like, fine I’ll give it a go. Thank you Zoe, this book was amazing and you all need to read it! Its a non traditional romantic comedy that’s a bit quirky. It’s also about to be made into a movie, so read it now before the movie comes out. There’s also a second book, but its not good so just stop after reading this one.

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