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    I'm currently reading the first in another Nora Roberts trilogy - I really enjoy her books.
    It's called Born in Fire.

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    Nothing at the moment but I have just finished an old classic, A Town Like Alice, by Neville Shute. Set in the 1940s & 50s, the attitude/language is a bit dated in parts but it's still a good read - which is why it's a classic!

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    I have 12 years a slave and the book thief that I wanted to read before bub comes but I am currently reading birth skills which isnt very exciting

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    On audio book I'm listening to Anne Frank Remembered by Miep Gies....I listen to that while I work.
    And at home I'm reading Wake Up, Mummy by Anna Lowe
    And also In His Sights by Kate Brennan

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    Reading Call The Midwife again cos I can't afford to buy more books on kindle the next ones I buy will be more of Kathy Reich's Temperance Brennan series, and the samples of Chrissie Swan's book and Ahn Do's book both looked good so I might get those as well

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    I'm reading 'The Fact of Evolution' by Cameron M. Smith and 'A Blink of the Screen' (a collection of short stories) by Terry Pratchett.

    I love Terry Pratchett, so it's interesting to read some of his older stories. I'm also fascinated by evolution (as with most science), so it's always interesting to learn more.

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    I'm reading dark horse by honey brown. She is a Victorian author and I have enjoyed her other books, particularly red queen.

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    I usually have one ebook and one real book on the go- at the moment it's Hollow City, which is the sequel to Mrs Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children, well second in the series I should say.
    Tossing up between Murder in Mississippi and the Goldfinch for a real book, I've just finished a super trashy Jackie Collins

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    Nothing on the go right now, but the last book I read was Call The Midwife.
    I usually only ever read biographies (generally music or crime) or short story compilations.

    "Life Is Ours, We Live It Our Way".

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvyRain View Post
    Reading Call The Midwife again cos I can't afford to buy more books on kindle the next ones I buy will be more of Kathy Reich's Temperance Brennan series, and the samples of Chrissie Swan's book and Ahn Do's book both looked good so I might get those as well
    You should check if your library has ebooks oh nuts just realized you have a kindle and won't be able to access any library ebooks
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