My Name In Books!

I have finally managed to find and read books that mean that I can spell my name in books! What also pleases me is that they are some excellent reads and I highly recommend them!

E

Book Review – Emma by Jane Austen

M

Book Review – Mask of Duplicity by Julia Brannan

I

Pandemic Reading List 2020 – Christmas Books! – Short Stories, Mini Reviews

L

Book Review – The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

Y

Book Review – Yes, No, Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

What books make up your name?

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34 thoughts on “My Name In Books!

    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Honestly it took me ages to find it. It only came out last year so I can’t be too hard on myself. There are hardly any books beginning with “Y” and those that there are didn’t particularly grab me. It was such a great book. I am glad that I happened upon it!

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      1. Emily Jane Post author

        How strange. We do have regular hours but they are shorter than they were. I haven’t been since the beginning of 2020 though so I am not sure what they are now. Also before the pandemic there were children’s singalong etc sessions that slowly stopped happening because of staff shortages…

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      2. FangirlFlax

        I am very nervous about the new normal–especially with isolating being non-compulsory and testing no longer being required/free. I don’t trust the way the government spends money regardless, so the library reprioritisation is no real surprise, I don’t think!

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