May 5, 2020

It's been some time now since I added any content to Mummy Loves Books, I disappeared into the internet void and some may perhaps have been wondering where I went and so I thought I'd give a little life update and let you all know what I've been doing for the past months. 

In August of last year I literally one morning took a crazy notion to sign up for a BA (Honours) degree in English Literature and Creative Writing with the O...

January 24, 2019

So the Christmas Tree is packed away, kids are back to school and new reading goal is set on Good Reads with grand plans to work towards 70 books read in 2019 so I delved in straight away in January with a solid 5 books this month, and still a few days to go till the end of the month.  So let's take a look at the books I read this month. 

Girls of Paper & Fire by Natasha Ngan

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

This book forms part of...

January 1, 2019

So another year has come to a close.  I've read 86 books in 2018 and whilst there have been a couple I've not finished and a further few that have failed to set my passions aflame there have been so many amazing books I've had the pleasure of enjoying this year.  

It's been a hard list to compile but here are my top ten books of 2018 counting down from 10 to 1....

10) The Dollmaker of Krakov by R. M. Romero

This was a m...

June 5, 2018

Around a year ago I had an epiphany.  Yes I know that's a strong word to use but really an epiphany is what I would call it.  For years I had slowly been switching my physical book collection over onto my trusted e-reader thinking that it was the best move ever.  

Let's be honest e-readers have many benefits that cannot be ignored.  Firstly, it means that you can take your entire book collection anywhere you go....

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