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        I'm thrilled to (finally, sorry for the delay!) announce the January giveaway, with a Sherlock Holmes theme! Supporters can win a beautiful little hardback edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as well as a stylish a5 print by www.thestorygift.co.uk/, featuring some witty advice from the great detective.     As always, if you support on patreon or if you supported before patreon (and did so less than twelve months ago), you'll be entered into the giveaway automatically. If you're not a supporter but want to take part, you can support for this month here: https://www.patreon.com/bookclubforum .   The winner will be selected at random on January 31st. Good luck!  

Little Pixie

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    The Applegreen Cat - Frances Crane
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  1. What's Up in December? - 2018

    Merry Christmas everyone !
  2. How many books have you read this year?

    Up to 245, hoping to make it to 250.
  3. Read-a-thon 2018

    Aww.
  4. Athena's Reading List 2018

    Also saying Hi back ! How are things ?
  5. Alex Rider Is it this book ? Maybe different copies had an orange cover...
  6. Read-a-thon 2018

    Thanks Gaia And a big thank you for doing these read-a-thons throughout the year !
  7. Read-a-thon 2018

    I`m happy to read-a-thon whenever`s good for everyone else, too.
  8. Kylie's Literary Adventures in 2018

    Good Luck with the Book Purge ! I `donated` around 25 books to a neighbour this year ( lots more to look through... )
  9. Read-a-thon 2018

    Thank you ! I did manage more reading than I thought ; I seem to have read the 5 books in Charlotte Macloed`s Grub-and-Stakers series, over 4 days. It`s a fun series, though not as good as her Peter Shandy or Sarah Kelling & Max Bittersohn series. Taking place in a small town in Canada, it`s enjoyably silly ( though, I did have a bit of trouble with a couple of the characters - one of them speaks in a Scotch dialect and another using Regency vocabulary - it was sometimes a bit awkward to read ). I might re-read the first Peter Shandy book this month ; a Xmas themed book called Rest You Merry.
  10. Read-a-thon 2018

    I have yet another stoopid migraine now so won`t be reading as much as I`d like; I did finish off EE Holmes` Heart of the Rebellion last night, which was excellent, and also read a Charlotte MacLeod mystery - The Grub-and-Stakers Move a Mountain ( also v. good ). i`m hopefully reading a bit of the next Grub-and-Stakers book tonight .
  11. Read-a-thon 2018

    Count me in, too.
  12. Little Pixie`s Bookshelf 2018

    Aw, hope you enjoy them. And yay for hardbacks !
  13. Brian's Book Log - Ongoing

    Lovely book pics. Are you going to try the Wallander series ? I loved the Krister Henrikson ones.
  14. Your Book Activity - November 2018

    I read that years ago ! No idea about the scandal.
  15. Little Pixie`s Bookshelf 2018

    Hurray ! Amazon are doing another Kindle Unlimited 3-month thingy, so I`ll subscribe to that in a few days. Looking forward to the Wicked Witches of the Midwest books and EE Holmes latest ( which isn`t available yet, but should be in December, hopefully ).
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