A May Book Club


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What better time to host a May book club than a few days before July? Oops. No surprises here but I’m still behind schedule; a good few chapters behind where I should be. But everyone loves an underKat so I’m going to keep going. Against all odds. So here’s a little round up of everything […]

June 29, 2019

An April Book Club


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Although a few days late… Better late than never?! I thought it was about time to fess up to a month of very little reading. I have an excuse at the ready though. April started off with an absolutely brilliant read. (More on that in a paragraph’s time.) After just a few days into April, […]

May 4, 2019

A March Book Club


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If I thought the first two months of 2019 were good reading months, then March was pretty fab. So I am still blabbing on about reading 52 books this year and while, shock, I’m still behind, I’m feeling okay about it. Especially since I’ve been reading books I’ve adored. So if you want to check […]

March 30, 2019

A February Book Club


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This year is the year I’m going to complete my challenge to read 52 books… Maybe. I can’t even publish the round up blog post in the correct month and I’m at least two books behind schedule but, HEY, I’m trying. In January I read 3 books, as did I in February. At the very […]

March 2, 2019

Three More Five Star Predictions


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Sometime last year I shared a mini book haul, showing the blog three books I predicted I’d rate five stars on my Goodreads account. One I predicted correctly, one incorrectly and one I haven’t even read yet. Despite this, I thought I’d give it another go as I’ve recently bought so many books my bedroom […]

February 22, 2019

A January Book Club


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After setting myself the challenge to read 52 books this year (despite failing this very challenge last year), I thought I’d, once a month (normally at the end of the month but my blog went kaput for a while there), write up a round up of all of the books I’ve finished. In January I […]

February 2, 2019

Why You Should Buy Books from a Charity Shop


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As much as I’m the kind of reader who aims to finish a book with it looking as close to bookshop-shelf worthy as possible, I totally get why people like books to look as “loved” as possible. (Although I will NEVER understand why people bend their covers back *shudders*.) I love a dip into a […]

January 13, 2019

My 10 Favourite Books of 2018


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If I throw us all back to the very first day of 2018, I posted my resolutions for the year just as the hangover began to lift and that New Year buzz really start to sink in. I think I did pretty well to keep to my goals but would say I have room to […]

December 31, 2018