Posted in 2018, Books, June, Reviews, Romance

The French Gardener – Book Review

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I was lent this book by a work colleague…quite a while ago to be honest. This is why I should remember to read any borrowed books first, otherwise it takes me ages to get to them, read them, then give them back! Oh, the problems of having a huge To-Be-Read list! Does anyone else have this problem?

Anyway, enough about me and my “seriously, this is borderline stealing, are you actually going to read it, you swine?” skills, here is my book review of The French Gardener. Continue reading “The French Gardener – Book Review”

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Posted in 2018, Books, Coming Of Age, Contemporary, June, Reviews, Romance

Books I Borrowed From Work Colleagues

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What I always found endearing is finding out your work colleagues have the same interests as you and you both can just gush about it. Well, that’s happened to me with some of my work colleagues in terms of books. It’s now gotten to a point where we recommend books to each other and even lend some. Here are the three books that some of my colleagues have let me borrow. Continue reading “Books I Borrowed From Work Colleagues”

Posted in 2018, April, Books, Contemporary, Discussion, LGBTQ+, Reviews, Romance, Short Stories, Summary, Writing, Young Adult

April 2018 Summary

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I’m happy to have gotten some uploads this month, especially since I’ve attended my first ever book club as well as a creative writing group in Manchester, UK (I will be uploading posts about both at some point). So, for those who don’t know, here is what I got up to this April. Continue reading “April 2018 Summary”

Posted in 2018, April, Books, LGBTQ+, Reviews, Romance, Young Adult

Every Day – Book Review

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Here is a book I read as part of the LGBTQ+ book club my friend runs in Manchester, UK. We discussed it in detail one evening and it really was a great time. Seriously, I would recommend going to a book club to discuss…well, books.

Now without further ado, here is what I thought of Every Day by David Levithan. Continue reading “Every Day – Book Review”

Posted in 2018, Books, Contemporary, Discussion, March, Romance, Young Adult

Why I Think Flight Of A Starling Is On Par With Romeo and Juliet

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In the final segment of “Posts I Should Have Uploaded In March But Otherwise Couldn’t”, here is a discussion post. Before I begin, I will be talking about Flight Of A Starling in some detail, so here is a spoiler warning. Continue reading “Why I Think Flight Of A Starling Is On Par With Romeo and Juliet”