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Books read in November 2017

Here are the books I read last month: So I managed four novels and one non-fiction book about kindness in November. I have had Carry On my shelf for ages - I've enjoyed all Rainbow Rowell's books and if you've read Fangirl, you'll know that this book is extracted in that. It's basically Harry Potter… Continue reading Books read in November 2017

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Books read in October 2017

Last month I read three novels alongside a biography and another Danish lifestyle book. I really enjoyed all the books - Little Fires Everywhere is a compelling story of family secrets, True Love is a cute romance with lots of loving nods to Jane Austen, and Lykke is an interesting analysis of happiness. The two… Continue reading Books read in October 2017

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Books read in January 2017

A new year means new books hurrah! I want to read a few more nonfiction books this year as well as my usual pile of novels, and I've made a start on that this month. Here are all the books I read in January. The novels are on the left and the non-fiction on the… Continue reading Books read in January 2017

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Books read July – December 2016

Earlier last year I posted all the books I had read during the first six months of the year and chose my favourite six (https://victoria-writes.com/2016/07/07/books-read-january-june-2016/) so here is what I read in the second half of the year:                My six favourites from July to December were:    I love Colleen… Continue reading Books read July – December 2016

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Books that make you cry 

   So I read this review of my novel (from this list of the ten most romantic books: http://bit.ly/246MFqP) and it got me thinking about books that have made me cry.  Here are my five favourite weepies: Me Before You - Jojo Moyes    The love story that will leave you a weeping wreck at… Continue reading Books that make you cry