Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Bought Because I Loved The Cover

So today, is, if you weren't aware, Tuesday. And that means one thing here at Bookworms Anonymous. Top Ten Tuesday. For those of you who aren't a regular over here at Bookworms Anonymous Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme originally created by The Broke and The Bookish in 2010 and switched to That Artsy Reader Girl in 2018. This week's topic is 'books I bought/borrowed because ...' and we have to give the reason and for this I chose 'because I loved the cover.'

Bookworm NOT in Paris: Lockdown, Routine and MASH

I have been struggling for ideas as what to write on a Monday at the moment. During, what now seems such a short time in Paris, I was writing to you weekly on places I had been, things I'd seen, bookshops I'd been to and it hardly seems worth it while we're in lockdown. But I thought it might be useful to tell you what I am doing in order to keep cabin fever at bay during this difficult time.

March Round Up

Well, March was a pretty awful month. It feels like most of the world has gone into lockdown in an attempt to protect against the coronavirus and currently I'm listening to Dear Evan Hansen songs on repeat. But the month wasn't all bad. I'm home from Paris which was an emergency decision but I'm happy to be back with my family. And I hit over 1k views last month and that is all thanks to you amazing Bookworms out there who come and read and support my blog everyday and I am so grateful to you all.

Friday Blogtag: The Wedding Tag

Friday, as all my regular bookworms know, is my time to do a booktag. April is time for a book event called Bookending Spring. I was a host for Bookending Autumn last year and I loved doing it. Our host for the beginning of the month is Sam over at Fictionally Sam and she has created an original tag. It's called the wedding tag.

Review: Five Feet Apart by Rachel Lippincott Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis

Today I am finally going to get around to reviewing Five Feet Apart by Rachel Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. I took me a little while to get my head around exactly what I wanted to say about this book but I think that I am finally there and we may even have fully formed sentences rather than the brain vomit that has occurred the last few times I have tried to write this.  But first let's introduce the book.

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