Top Ten Tuesday – Covers/Titles with things found in nature #TBR #TopTenTuesday #TuesdayBookBlog #BookTwitter #bookbloggers #AnticipatedReads
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by Fictionophile
16h ago
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. The rules are simple: Each Tuesday, Jana assigns a new topic. Create your own Top Ten ..read more
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You Know the Oscars and the Emmys… now get ready for the Libbys! @LibbyApp #LibbyBookAwards @UproarPRagency
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by Fictionophile
2d ago
You’ve heard of the entertainment world’s most coveted awards and of course the book community’s controversial Goodreads Choice Awards, but for the first time, Libby is stepping into the limelight to share The Libby Book Awards, literary winners from the ..read more
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“The Lost Letters of Evelyn Wright” by Clare Swatman – Book Review @BoldwoodBooks @ClareSwatman #TheLostLettersOfEvelynWright #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
2d ago
Beth’s marriage has just dissolved and she’s forced into starting over. She feels betrayed and is bitter about her situation. Her cheating husband seems to have fared much better from their divorce. He lives with his girlfriend in Beth’s old ..read more
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Reading Ireland Month 2024 #ReadingIrelandMonth24 #IrishFiction #begorrathon24
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by Fictionophile
4d ago
For several years now I’ve participated in the Reading Ireland Month challenge hosted by Cathy over at 746 Books. Reading Ireland Month (or The Begorrathon as it is affectionately known) will return for the eighth year between Friday 1 and ..read more
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“You Can’t See Me” by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir – Book Review #YouCantSeeMe #IcelandicNoir #ForbiddenIceland @OrendaBooks
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by Fictionophile
6d ago
“You Can’t See Me” is the prequel to the FORBIDDEN ICELAND series “It seems there are black sheep in every family, even those who appear perfect on the surface.” The Icelandic Police team of criminal investigators include: Hörður Höskuldsson ..read more
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“The Mark” by Matt Brolly – Book Review @AmazonPub @MattBrollyUK #TheMark #DetectiveLouiseBlackwell #NetGalley #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
DI Louise Blackwell – early forties, unmarried, and lonely. Still reeling from a severe career setback at her previous posting and the traumatic events of her past, she is only just hanging in there… She has few friends, and is ..read more
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“The Memory of Lavender and Sage” by Aimie K. Runyan – Book Review @harpermusebooks @aimiekrunyan #TheMemoryOfLavenderAndSage #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
1w ago
An ode to dying towns across the globe, this lovely book centers around a tiny town in Provence, France. It is a novel of fresh starts, new beginnings, rejuvenation and community. When Tempesta’s father dies unexpectedly at an early age ..read more
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“The Framed Women of Ardemore House” by Brandy Schillace – Book Review @Hanover_Square @bschillace @HarlequinBooks #TheFramedWomenOfArdemoreHouse #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
2w ago
I wasn’t sure what to expect with this novel as I hadn’t read anything by this author. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that, despite some minor misgivings in the first chapter, I thoroughly enjoyed my first visit to Netherleigh ..read more
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“Where Butterflies Wander” by Suzanne Redfearn – Book Review #LakeUnionPublishing #SuzanneRedfearn #WhereButterfliesWander @LUAuthors #5stars #BookReview
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by Fictionophile
2w ago
“No matter how much you wish it, time marches on, minute by minute, day by day, leaving you stumbling on with it, along with every regret and mistake you’ve ever made.”Although this author has written six novels, this is the ..read more
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Reading Fiction – Old and New #DiscussionPost #Fictionophile #Bookbloggers
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by Fictionophile
3w ago
Back when I was the fiction cataloguer for our local library I held the opinion that fiction books are timeless. While the non-fiction section was culled on a regular basis, either because they were no longer relevant, accurate, or timely ..read more
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