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How to celebrate Valentine's Day this lockdown via @tbookjunkie

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Lockdown

Valentine’s Day this year is going to be a very different experience for many of us. I don’t know what you were all doing on cupid’s day of love last year, but I was sitting on the shores of Lake Garda sipping Laguna wine before enjoying a wonderful meal. Little…

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11 Books to Read before you visit Cambridge

Cambridge, with its strong literary legacy, is the perfect backdrop for those wanting to set a novel amongst the historical buildings that make up this University City. The well-trodden, cobble streets have, for a long time, been the inspiration for many. While the collegiate buildings themselves are natural settings for…

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Book Journaling: What is it and how to get started?

Someone recently asked me whether a book journal was similar to keeping a daily diary and in a way I suppose you could say it is related to it; it is a log of your thoughts essentially. But why are people turning to book journaling? Let’s think about it for…

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What to watch on Netflix if you are a bookworm. From romance and drama to horror all of these shows are based on books. Via @tbookjunkie

What TV Shows Bookworms Should be Watching on Netflix

2021 may not have started the way we wanted. We may be in the midst of another lockdown with the pandemic still raging across the world, but to ease the pain for book lovers everywhere, Netflix has us covered. I don’t know about you, but there have been times in…

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Books to read before visiting Oxford, offering a selection of fictional and non-fictional reads via @tbookjunkie

Books to Read before Visiting Oxford

Oxford, home to one of England’s most prestigious universities, has long been a city that people visit, hoping to get a feel for what it would be like to study amongst some of the greatest minds of all time.   Wandering the historic streets, taken in by the striking spires,…

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15 gifts for bookworms this Christmas via @tbookjunkie

15 Gifts all Bookworms will love this Christmas

If you have a bookworm in your life, you know that they absolutely love receiving books underneath the Christmas tree. After all, the chance of them leaving the house without a book, or several, in their bag is highly unlikely. The obvious gift for an avid reader, therefore, is most…

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A well known bridge in Oxford, UK

Famous Oxford Authors Everyone Should be Reading

Oxford University in the UK is one of the most respected in the world. Since 1096 it has seen some of the greatest minds from all around the globe graduate and go on to have successful careers in all manner of fields – including science, politics, journalism, and the arts,…

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How to Travel the World and Make Money As a Digital Nomad

Life is what you make it, isn’t it? That what people tend to tell others when they’re having a bad day or feeling indifferent… It can come off as indifferent depending on the tone of which it was said, but if you really think about it, it’s very factual. If…

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The Jane Austen Dating Agency by Fiona Woodifield

Review: The Jane Austen Dating Agency by Fiona Woodifield

“Yet there is a sneaky little part of me… that desperately wants a man to show some odd old-fashioned chivalry, to look after me a little, even if I can really look after myself is that so wrong even in the twenty-first century? Maybe this type of guy no longer…

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Truth Hurts by Rebecca Reid

Review: Truth Hurts by Rebecca Reid

Who is Poppy and why is she allowing her house to be demolished? Within the opening pages, you get the sense that something sinister has taken place inside. Something so bad that Poppy is prepared to see her home turned into rubble to forget. Forget what though we don’t know….

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