This Week I shall Mostly Be ReadingHalf A War by Joe Abercrombie; Dimanche And Other Stories by Irene Nemirovsky; The Hog's Back Mystery by Freeman Wills Crofts; Letters To Monica by Philip Larkin; My Brother Is A Superhero by David Solomons; Me Being Me Is As Exactly As Insane As You Being You by Tod Hasak-Lowy; Sunday Morning At The Centre Of The World by Louis De Bernieres; A Book For Her by Bridget Christie
The Book I Shall Mostly Be Lusting After This Week Is…Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson
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- RT @revkatebottley: 'We'd like some poetry at Mum's funeral' 'Auden's 'Stop all the clocks?' 'No, Ayers' 'I wish I'd looked after my teeth… 6 hours ago
- RT @MarkRobotArm: After taking him to breakfast club and getting him some proper food, the school called the boy's mum. She hadn't eaten fo… 7 hours ago
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