Carry A Book Tag Archive: "bookworm"

Book Recommendation: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

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A must-read book this month is ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo‘ by Taylor Jenkins Reid. A book that goes beyond your typical Hollywood story. A few pages in and the reader is made aware of the various social issues prevalent in late 1950s. The story follows reporter Monique Grant, who is chosen by Evelyn Hugo, […]

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How Online Book Clubs Can Help Find You The Perfect Companion

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We live in a world predominantly run by technology where we use phones and social media every day to entertain our lives and talk with friends. There are many apps and online platforms to meet someone new, but how often do these platforms actually work to you find us the ‘perfect’ companion? Joining an online […]

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Read and Binge with Friends

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Trying to stay connected with friends during the last few years has been challenging, and in times like this remaining connected with the people we care for is more critical than ever. As we approach the two-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, lockdown fatigue is starting to wear us down. Reading has become an escape […]

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10 Must-Read September Books

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As the fast-paced world can sometimes be too much to handle, reading provides the perfect way to relax after a busy day and get lost in a story. Whether you’re an avid reader or simply starting out in the reading world, we’ve got some fantastic books that you’ll find exhilarating and insightful. If you have […]

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How to Find the Perfect Book to Read

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With the amount of striking book covers out there, all competing for your attention, it’s no wonder that selecting the right story can feel like an overwhelming process. Whether you’re searching on the internet, or walking through your favourite bookstore, we’ve found some simple ways to help you find the perfect book to read and […]

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From reading under the Doona to Zoom coffee dates

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Reading books has always been beneficial in many ways. It is a practice adapted by people from all walks of life which builds a person’s personality and skills, providing with a deeper understanding of every literary text you read. Love for reading comes naturally, where you understand and experience the lives of the characters of […]

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10 Greatest Movies Based On Books

10 Greatest Movies Based On Books

Not all books can make a great movie, but here are some exceptions.   Books and movies go way back in time and its always magical to see your favourite characters come to live on screen. While not every movie that is recreated from novels live up to the fan’s expectations, movie-based books are a […]

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The Story of Easter: Top 10 Books to Read Over Easter

The Story of Easter

Easter 2020, hopefully the first and last quarantine Easter. With many Australians practising isolation with less things to do, why not bury your nose in something more thought-provoking. Here are 10 book suggestions intended to open you mind to the fundamentals of the Easter holiday, investigating why we celebrate, the history behind the millennia old […]

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