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Ten Books I Bought Because of Booktok | Top Ten Tuesday

What were the last books you bought because of social media? Today I share the last 10 books I read that TikTok made me buy, and some thoughts about them!

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November Wrap Up and Stats

November saw me getting stuck into 7 new books! And, after being sad in my October Wrap Up & Stats post that I hadn’t found a book this year yet where I completely fall head over heels in love, I’m happy to report that I FOUND THE BOOK!

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Meet the Book Blogger

Who is Maj? I’m a 30 year old, sassy gal, who loves Kit Kat Chunky’s and one day hopes to write my very own book….

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My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga

Despite my frustration at the ending, the beauty of this book still rang clear hours after finishing it.

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First Line Friday #1

What if, instead of judging a book by its cover, we judged a book by its first line instead. A line that is meant to hook the reader and have you wanting more from the get go?

Find out what my first ever First Line Friday is and if you are tempted to pick up the book!

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Hey, there!

Hey, there!

That’s All Maj Read is written by me, Maj, and was set up as a way for me to get back into the blogging world, while simultaneously finding a way to live in the fictional world I love so dearly.

There’s not much to say about me: by day, I am a headless chicken, running around after the little pickles that I teach; by night I am a book binging reader and Kit Kat Chunky eater. 

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Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

Review: When We Collided by Emery Lord

I shed actual tears while reading this book – something I don’t do often. It pulled at my heart strings, made me fall in love, helped me realise that someone out there might understand what I’m going through and, as all the books I’ve read recently that involve mental health have, given me some form of hope about the light at the end of the tunnel.

Full Review Here

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