Children’s Books For Adults: Literature Recommendations

There’s something incredible about a children’s book that is well written, heartwarming, intelligent and thoughtful. Re-reading particular children’s books as an adult, you notice nuances and dark elements that you may not have noticed before.

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March: What I Read

In March, I managed to read a couple of books. Lucky of me, I enjoyed them all! Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen Not my favourite Austen novel, but certainly interesting enough to remember. The themes of betrayal, friendship and heroism stick with you. I love Austen’s ability to mock the gothic style. It’s witty, clever […]

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Reading Tips That Work

Have you ever been in a reading slump? When reading novels is not involved in your daily routine, and you start to get annoyed at this process. As a ‘reading slump’ develops over a couple of weeks, you notice the absense of novels in your life. Sometimes it upsets you, or other times it just […]

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Four Books To Read In April

With April around the corner, I’ve decided to list books that I have not yet read. These books span different eras and genres, but interest me for a variety of reasons. As an aspiring novelist, I’m always on the lookout for challenging books that are compelling and brilliant. You know, the sort of novel that […]

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