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About Lau_Lou

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  • Birthday 02/26/1990

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  1. Reading slump!!! They really are so annoying. I think I'm just going to have to start reading a little bit at a time, ease my way back. Otherwise I've got an awful feeling this will last a long, long time. Onion Budgie, how are you finding The Haunting Of Hill House?
  2. The Last Film You Saw - 2017

    Goodbye Christopher Robin
  3. The Kingmaker's Daughter by Philippa Gregory
  4. What's Up in September 2017?

    Glad to hear you had such a great time, Talisman That is such good news about your grandad! Hope he can make a full recovery. I had to work yesterday for a few hours, then went to see Goodbye Christopher Robin which was very good.
  5. Never Ever by All Saints
  6. Weird and wonderful bookshops

  7. Bridget Jones III on the Way

    I have still to read this, I think I'll try and read it by the end of the year. I have seen seen the film and liked it and there have been a couple of times where I have seen the film first and then not enjoyed the book. Most notably One Day and The Devil Wears Prada. I find books that don't seem to progress in any way hard to get into. Still we shall see.
  8. According To Yes by Dawn French
  9. Sophie Kinsella

    Oh, well to be honest it was an American date for release, so you are probably correct. That's a shame, still I know what to ask for my birthday now hehe. I might have to look that one up too!
  10. Top 5 (or 10) Wednesday

    Me too I remember when I had just started school one of the books I always went for from the little library was Meg & Mog! I have such fond memories of them.
  11. Sophie Kinsella

    Sophie has a new book out ... I don't know when I just saw it on Facebook! Surprise Me So happy!
  12. Top 5 (or 10) Wednesday

    The Witches by Roald Dahl
  13. I find that when I have a reading slump, I dislike everything to do with books. Like you say, it depends on the person, and what the slump means to them. Do you find re-reading books you've enjoyed in the past helps a lot?