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The Mystery Of Mercy Close

I’ve read almost all of Marian Keyes books.

I love that they are set in Dublin and her characters are Irish! (and of course the mentions of Bono and U2) 159 more words

Travel

Bookish and not so Bookish Thoughts!

746 Books has been a little quiet of late, for the usual reasons, but I am trying to get back into the swing of reading, commenting and tweeting about all your fantastic blogs. 493 more words

Book review: The Break by Marian Keyes

4/5 stars.

Audible version, narrated by Aoife McMahon.

It’s already been months since I finished this read – or rather, listen – I’m so behind on my reviewing! 822 more words

Books

Coffee mornings and connections

Ah lads the insomnia is getting out of control. I haven’t had the phone next to the bed for a week and I’m still wide awake at 2am. 590 more words

Diary

TEEM: To be full of or swarming with TEAM: Come together to achieve a common goal

In my efforts to STREAMLINE I went completely nuts. I don’t mean straight jacket…lock me away…although..there have been times that sounded like an option. I mean that I paid the price for saying Yes to too many things and setting far too many goals. 442 more words

What I Read This Week

Or, as I like to call this post, an excuse to show off a tiny part of my beaaautiful Penguin Clothbound Classics collection.  What better time to show my newest edition off than the week that I mostly finished books on my Kindle, so it could take centre stage.  600 more words

Books

The Woman Who Stole My Life by Marian Keyes

If you want a lightweight funny and highly entertaining book then look no further. Marian Keyes is the queen of this genre, her books are captivating from the moment you open them. 148 more words

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