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Clean by Juno Dawson

I’ve bought quite a few kindle books recently- I prefer paperback copies of books, but there have been some good deals on.

I saw Clean on a Booksandquills haul, and to be honest I thought it was about a girl with OCD. 478 more words

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Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes is one of the most successful Irish novelists of all time. Though she was brought up in a home where a lot of story-telling went on, it never occurred to her that she could write. 472 more words

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'Marian Keyes: Talking Books, Talking Life, Just Talking...': Delightful, Whimsical, Hilarious.

If you’ve ever read a Marian Keyes book, you’ll be familiar with the sense of warmth her writing brings. Her books- whether they be fiction or non-fiction- create a genuine feeling of comfort; they are the perfect companion on a rainy day, on a summer evening, or on a long commute. 408 more words


What’s Popular in Warwickshire Libraries in 2018

It’s fascinating to see the differences in what’s popular in printed and electronic books with Warwickshire readers!

One author stands out across the formats- Lee Child… 272 more words

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Book Review - The Break by Marian Keyes

When a friend suggested this book to me, I remember thinking ‘oh yes, Marian Keyes’. I was sure that I had read her books before, but upon further investigation, I was wrong!  460 more words

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President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins writes letter of support for UL/Frank McCourt Creative Writing Festival

The University of Limerick is honoured to have received a letter of support from the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, for our UL/Frank McCourt Creative Writing Festival which starts today, 3rd May and runs until 6th May. 421 more words

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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