Monthly Round-up: April, May & June 2015

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Here’s what I’ve *sneeze* posted, read, reviewed and *sneeze* bought in the last three months.

LIFE & OPINIONS

NEWS

REVIEWS

Margeurite Patten's Every Day Cook Book

Marguerite Patten’s Every Day Cook Book
★★★★★

READ

Murder of Crows Anne Bishop

Murder of Crows (The Others, #2)
by Anne Bishop
★★★★☆

Why Women Need Quota Vicky Pryce

Why Women Need Quotas
by Vicky Pryce
★★★★☆

Accidental Abduction Eve Langlais

Accidental Abduction (Alien Abduction, #1)
by Eve Langlais
★★★★☆

Kodiak's Claim Eve Langlais

Kodiak’s Claim (Kodiak Point, #1)
by Eve Langlais
★★★☆☆

Plaid to the Bone Mia Marlowe

Plaid to the Bone (Spirit of the Highlands, #0.5)
by Mia Marlowe
★★★☆☆

Through the Woods Emily Carroll

Through the Woods
by Emily Carroll (graphic novel)
★★★★☆

 

Out of Skin
by Emily Carroll (graphic novel short)
★★★★☆

 

When the Darkness Presses
by Emily Carroll (graphic novel short)
★☆☆☆☆

PURCHASED

Virgin Radhika Sanghani

Virgin
by Radhika Sanghani

Blood Destiny Helen Harper

Blood Destiny series by Helen Harper:

Bloodfire
Bloodmagic
Bloodrage
Blood Politics
Bloodlust

 

Doctors Dissected Jane Haynes Martin ScurrDoctors Dissected
by Jane Haynes & Martin Scurr

 

Fat Chance Robert H. LustigFat Chance: The bitter truth about sugar
by Robert H. Lustig

Staying Alive Phil Hammond

Staying Alive: How to Get the Best Out of the NHS – advice from a doctor
by Dr Phil Hammond

Get It Together Zoe Williams

Get It Together: We Deserve More than the Politics We’re Given
by Zoe Williams

 

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3 thoughts on “Monthly Round-up: April, May & June 2015

  1. That is a *lot* of reading. In the past 3 months I’ve bought 3 books, reviewed 2, read about 8 …. actually apart from the buying, I’m right up there with you.

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    1. Unfortunately it’s very little reading for me. I’m definitely not going to make my 100-book goal this year. But it’s quality that matters, rather than quantity. I should probably stop buying so much if I’m not reading them. I have piles of the unread building up, digitally and physically.

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    2. Yes, focus on quality. I try not to buy them because you end up with piles and nowhere to put them, but when a favourite author puts out something new, I can’t resist. I’ve yet to make the transition to digital.

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