Today I’m sharing the second of my Christmas gift idea posts, and as you know, I love a good book. So, I thought I’d share some ideas to keep the readers in your life happy this Christmas. I’ve included a selection of different books, some that are new or newish releases that I think might be worth a read, and some that I have read before and enjoyed. There is sure to be something to please everybody amongst them.
I’ve also included some other book themed gifts that you could buy instead of actually buying a book that would be a nice buy on their own, or to be used as stocking fillers. This chair for instance serves as both a book lovers dream and a statement decor piece. It’s pricey, but if you can afford it, why not? It looks really cool!
All would make great gifts for your bookworms this Christmas, so I hope you find this helpful!
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Happy Thursday All
It’s hard to believe we are half way through October already. Which of course means that Halloween is only around the corner. Apart from all the dressing up and enough sweets and chocolate to bring on a diabetic coma, it’s a good time to fit in some books that will give you a scare. Normally I find that Horror is one of those genres that is more visual, so works best through film and TV. But every now and again I’ve come across a book that genuinely made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. Here’s 3 I’d recommend you check out this month.
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Happy Hump Day All
Ever since I was little, I’ve always enjoyed reading, which I credit my Mam for. Being a reader herself, she always had a book on the go, and encouraged me to take it up as a pastime as well. If you’re like me, you’ll have a pile of books sitting on a shelf (chair, desk, floor, etc.) that are waiting for you to tackle them. But sometimes it can seem hard to find the time to fit reading in for various reasons. So, today I thought I’d share a few handy tips if you feel like you’d like to keep on top of your reading schedule, and start working your way through that pile of stories you’ve been meaning to get to.
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