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Sample 15 - Cookbook Review, 'Julia & Marian'

I am an avid baker, cook, cookbook obsessive and dessert devourer. If you’ve pictured well-stocked flour canisters, bulging bookcases full of cookbooks and so many palette knives that they require their own shelf, then you would be picturing the reality of my food-based obsession. 1.105 more words

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Book Review: The Break by Marian Keyes

I have blogged before about my love (bordering on total fangirl-ness) for Marian Keyes, and so was very excited when her next book was put on Netgalley – so I downloaded an advanced review copy for free in return for feedback! 550 more words

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Holiday reading: the books

So here it is. The final selection, and I must say I’m feeling pretty confident about them all. The eagle-eyed among you may notice that I have broken one of… 173 more words


July's Book Club read

The Brightest Star in the Sky – Marian Keyes

The novel centres around one Dublin apartment block, its inhabitants and their increasingly intermingled lives and appears to be narrated by a mysterious spirit who is present over a period of a few months and at times speaks directly to the reader. 428 more words

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Crushing on....

Bad news! After reading THIS blog from gorgeous little Irish writer Marian Keyes, I now find myself obsessively coveting £120 worth of cosmetics.  You’d think for that amount you’d get tons and tons of every last possible make up type that you need for your face, but… 304 more words


Book Review: The Break by Marian Keyes

There is something so thrilling about a new Marian Keye’s book coming out. You just know it’s going to be like curling up on the couch, chatting with a wonderful and dear friend. 447 more words


When is it THE END?: Marian Lindner

By Marian Lindner

All my fiction books are juicy beach reads, fast-paced and fun. I’m a big believer in the healing properties of pulp fiction, so I deeply value a great story well told. 673 more words

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