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Books of the Month for March 2015

Each month we will choose two books that we would like to recommend for adults and children and young people. We would be interested to hear you views on the titles so please let us know your thoughts via Facebook or Twitter. 262 more words


Book Review: Beachcombers, by Nancy Thayer

A simplistic chick-lit novel, Beachcombers focuses on the bittersweet reunion of three sisters on Nantucket over the course of one summer. I have often enjoyed the chic-lit genre, and loved reading stories of family and friendship. 477 more words

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Book Review: Tunnel Vision - Aric Davis

Tunnel Vision by Aric Davis

Kindle Edition:

  • 300 pages
  • Published by Thomas & Mercer (2014)
  • ASIN: B00J2GBJ8U
  • English
  • Murder Mystery/Thriller

Two teenage girls, Betty and June, are best friends. 353 more words

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Funny Women Part 1

Five years of studying English Literature have left me unable to enjoy literature. It’s a sad tale of the gradual, excruciating realization that reading will never be fun again, it will always come with some baggage and thoughts along the lines of “hey, I can probably apply post-colonial theory to this wonderful book”, never mind that the book is a Stephen Fry autobiography. 1,012 more words


All 339 Books From Gilmore Girls...How Many Have You Read?

Any book addict who has watched an episode of Gilmore Girls can probably identify with Rory Gilmore’s love for books. They are probably also hardly surprised that roughly 339 different books were either read, shown, or mentioned in some aspect throughout the entirety of the seven seasons. 2,639 more words

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Diverse Book Tours presents my review of Kenya Wright's Fire Baptized

Welcome to the “Fire Baptized” Mini tour brought to you by the lovely Kenya Wright.

If you’re in the mood for Urban Fantasy, Diversity and Unapologetic characters, you’ve found your kryptonite! 410 more words


Oliver Jeffers is one of those artists that seems difficult to pin down to one essential category. As a children’s author/ illustrator, film maker, painter and installation artist, Jeffers has his hands in many creative projects while pushing his own unique style beyond the conformity of cultural expectations. 194 more words