Open Book Blog Hop – 11th October   1 comment

Stevie Turner

Welcome to this week’s blog hop. Today’s topic is ‘What’s on your TBR list?’

This is a scheduled post, as I’m currently away on the Isle of Wight with Sam and his sister and brother-in-law. I will answer any comments on Wednesday when I am back at home. Today is our 41st wedding anniversary as well, and I won’t be reading any of the books on my TBR list as we’ll be out celebrating!

I have many, many books on my Kindle that are in the queue to be read. I like to read memoirs/autobiographies, paranormal fiction and non-fiction, psychological thrillers, anything with a dry wit, and true life/faction family dramas. Here are some of them below. I don’t read much in the summer, as we tend to be away at the van a lot of the time and I prefer to be outside walking and cycling to…

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Posted October 12, 2021 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – 11th October

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  1. Thanks Lela!

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