It's been a while since I did a Friday Fiction post, so here's a roundup of some of the books I've enjoyed reading recently. What are you reading at the moment?
What would your action figure be like if they made one of you? Wordy Wednesday is all about what my action figure would be, as I'm joining Open Book Blog Hop this week - just for some fun!
Some of the good things I've enjoyed recently, good books, good friends and good fun. Here are my latest thoughts for Denyse's #Lifethisweek
Shout Out Saturday is a place for you to share something you've enjoyed during the week. This week it's all about lockdown songs, books and writing. Who gets your shout out?
I managed to meet my Goodreads goal of reading over 100 books during 2020. Here are a few of my favourites and a brief summary.
It's time for a Friday Fiction post with a roundup of all the recent books I've enjoyed. I also feature a special author, my good friend Joanne Tracey! What are you reading at the moment?
Friday Fiction this week has a theme of books and movies as good company. We all get something different from reading. What are you reading at the moment?
Friday Fiction this week has a theme of confronting books! It seems I've moved on from comfort reads. what are you reading at the moment?
Friday Fiction this week has comfort at its core and also a sibling book war! That sounds a bit of a contradiction but it makes for a fun read!
This week's Friday Fiction post has a bit of everything - a gripping murder mystery series, taking care of ageing parents, grief plus a bonus blogger catchup 🙂
This week's Friday Fiction post has three books to read about. A collection including murder, mermaids and sand talk.
A great fun read about an Indian family, a wedding and what happens when a marriage has to be unarranged. Written by a fellow blogger, it's her first book and a labour of love over many years!
Sound familiar? A mutating virus taking out most of the world, no power, no internet, no government, teenagers having to take control - it was all a bit close to the truth!
A fun #booktag using books on my TBR list - feel free to join in!
What were your favourite books in 2019? Here are some of my 5 star favourites.
What were my top books in 2018? And what was the surprise twist? Read on for more.
I've just been updating my Books Page and am pleased to see I have managed to read 43 books so far this year. I'm still reading a few but will have them finished by the end of the month. Here's my complete list of what I've read: Books in 2017 I set myself a challenge of …
Great to read Suzie’s comments about my blog in her Blog of the Day post! She has managed to sum up my blog in just a few paragraphs and I appreciate her support and encouragement:
I love everything about Debbie’s blog – the layout, the photographs, the topics… there is so much that I can personally relate to and I love her honesty and openness about her life experiences and things that she enjoys. In particular, I’m very jealous of the images that she shares of the places that she has seen – I’ve certainly added a few places to my bucket list because of her post.
And yet, for someone so talented, she is incredibly modest and a lovely person – she’s been an integral part of my Facebook group since it began and her comments and support of others have been instrumental in it’s growth.
Thanks again Suzie 🙂
Meet Debbie, the creator of Deb’s World.
As a lifestyle blogger, she has one of the most interesting ‘About Me’ pages that I’ve ever seen. Here’s just a small selection…
I am Debbie – I am a wife; mother; daughter; sister; friend; blogger; reader; runner; walker; cyclist; Rail Trail enthusiast; traveller; Rotarian; Whovian; teacher.
And now I’m a retiree!! Very early retirement!
I have three beautiful daughters who are all grown up and making their own way in the big wide world. I like to write about my family…
I am into keeping healthy and have learnt how to run again. I feel fantastic as a result of my efforts and I sometimes blog about my running journey.
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#FridayBookShare is an excellent way for book lovers (like myself) to share what we're all reading. It was created by Shelley Wilson and follows a set of questions, with the first letter of each spelling out the word Friday. Then, as it's posted on a Friday, it's known as Friday Book Share. As I'm an avid reader I'm …
#FridayBookShare is an excellent way for book lovers to share what we're all reading. It was created by Shelley Wilson and follows a set of questions, with the first letter of each spelling out the word Friday. Then, as it's posted on a Friday, it's known as Friday Book Share. As I'm an avid reader I'm thrilled to …