Tag Archives: Ellie Marney

“Every Move” by Ellie Marney (Every #3)

I now understand why it took me so long to read Every Move. Because now that it’s over, there’s no more Watts and no more Mycroft. And that breaks my heart. If you haven’t read the other books in the Every series, I … Continue reading

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End of 2014 Book Survey

So, 2015 is only three days away. This one’s been a weird one for me, in many different ways and in a few different postcodes. But it’s basically over now and  2015 will bring with it a few extra challenges … Continue reading

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“Every Word” by Ellie Marney

Motion sickness has to be the worst of life’s little insecurities for a bookworm like me. In the past week I spent approximately twelve hours on buses, aeroplanes, and in airports getting from Canberra to Brisbane and back again. If I weren’t … Continue reading

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An A-Z of Being a Bookworm

I have been going on a bit of a blogging binge. I figure, being on holiday in between a writing degree and a psychology degree, I need to get as much blogging in as I can. I don’t know how … Continue reading

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#13 “Every Breath” by Ellie Marney

i. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ii. Dracula – Bram Stoker 1.  Lolita– Vladimir Nabokov 2. Holiday in Cambodia – Laura Jean McKay 3. Only Human – Gareth Roberts 4. Beautiful Chaos – Gary Russell 5. The Silent Stars – Dan Abnett 6. American Gods – Neil Gaiman … Continue reading

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Falling off the wagon

The other day I went into my local Dymocks looking for two new books. Now, before you say anything, I didn’t actually go in there looking to buy. I was just curious as to whether the books I was after were, … Continue reading

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