2014 Summed Up!

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Can you believe it is now 2015? Goodness me…! 2014 was a great year. My son became a toddler, a very smiley and slightly mischievous toddler; I went back to work; I learnt how to crochet and I read some brilliant (and also some quite rubbish!) books. Here is my 2014 reading: […]

2014 Reading: #45 John Grisham’s Playing For Pizza

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The 45th book in 2014 was another from my Mount TBR Challenge – John Grisham’s Playing For Pizza. This is the second Grisham novel I have read this year, and it was very different to The Racketeer! Grisham has stepped away from his law thrillers, and taken us into the world of American Football – […]

2014 Reading: #28 Philip Yancey’s What’s So Amazing About Grace?

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Book number 28 was another book off my 2014 TBR Challenge: Philip Yancey’s What’s So Amazing About Grace? I massively struggled with this book. I’ve read it slowly over 6 months because I found the writing didn’t flow very well. I had high hopes for this book, having been told just how great it is, […]

2014 Reading: #27 Katharine McMahon’s The Crimson Rooms

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Book number 27 is Katharine McMahon’s The Crimson Rooms. This isn’t the first novel by McMahon that I have read. Back in 2008 I read The Rose of Sebastopol, which I remember enjoying. I’ve had The Crimson Rooms on my shelf for a while. This wasn’t part of my TBR Challenge, but I thought I […]