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We went to the Library…

You’ll be surprised to hear…or perhaps not. I’ve somehow found myself in our local or Central Library three times this week. Partly due to having spare time and waiting for people, partly because my girls finished all their library books… Continue Reading →

July: German Literature Reading Month

I think German Reading Month may have been my favourite so far, or at least on par with March which I really enjoyed. I got into the spirit of July much more than I had the previous months which tells… Continue Reading →

Little Reads: Book-o-Masks Wearable Books

It has been months, perhaps even years, since I reviewed or used a child to review a picture book. Shame on me, we love so many every week it really is a shame not to show them off in the… Continue Reading →

The Longlist #ManBooker2015

It’s nearly a decade since I started paying real attention to literary prizes and as my previous posts attest the Man Booker Prize is the one which always drags me in and gets me most excited, I can’t help it. Last… Continue Reading →

Review: Sorry by Zoran Dvrenkar

Back to the German Reading Month reviews, not that they ever actually stopped but it is a new day at least and therefore, time for one more. Now Dvrenkar is a Croatian-born German novelist but he writes in German and… Continue Reading →

Review: Forever Yours by Daniel Glattauer

When I picked up a Daniel Glattauer novel that didn’t feature Leo and Emmi I did wonder what could happen, would it be the same style? The same light attitude even to heavyweight issues? I didn’t know what Forever Yours… Continue Reading →

Review: The Child by Sebastian Fitzek

Another novel chosen for my German Reading Month and a novel written by someone who is German, Berlin in fact born and bred, so no worries about confusing my Germans with my Austrians this time around. Sebastian Fitzek is known… Continue Reading →

Review: Bring Up The Bodies by Hilary Mantel

I really enjoyed Wolf Hall, it took me an age to get into and there were moments where I wasn’t convinced but all in all, I enjoyed it and I thought I’d soon be heading for Bring Up The Bodies…. Continue Reading →

Review: Every Seventh Wave by Daniel Glattauer

German Reading Month is actually going really well, I’ve read a few new authors and have enjoyed practically everything I’ve read. This is the third German novel I’ve read this month and it’s the only one I’ve read so far… Continue Reading →

Summer Holiday Reading Plan

This is the first year we’ve ever had an official summer holidays. Jessamy finishes nursery today and so, we have the whole summer ahead of us until she moves into her first year full-time school on September 8th. It feels… Continue Reading →

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