Pastry Book Tag

I was tagged for the Pastry Book Tag by three lovely bloggers: Erika, Simon and Ashley. Thank you for the nominations and sorry it’s taken me so long to do this 😦 To compensate in some way for my tardiness, please visit their fantastic blogs!

The Pastry Book Tag was originally created by Writing on a Vintage Typewriter.

Here’s goes…

1. Croissant: Name a popular book or series that everyone (including you) loves.

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WWW Wednesday 8th July 2015

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WWW Wednesday 24th June 2015

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WWW Wednesday 17th June 2015

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WWW Wednesday 10 June 2015

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WWW Wednesday 27-05-15

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Review | Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier

Remarkable Creatures Tracy Chevalier book coverAnother captivating story of a woman pushed to the fringes of history.

Covering events which occurred in the early nineteenth century, Remarkable Creatures tells the story of Mary Anning and Elizabeth Philpot, two fossil hunters in Lyme Regis.

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