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Six in Six 2015 – My Choices

You have to take part in your own meme don’t you – and I confess to starting this back at the end of June whilst I had some time for contemplation and thought in one of those rare moments.

Thank you to everyone who has joined in so far, please link back to here and I promise I will come and see your choices and pick up some category choices for next year! I hope perhaps we all manage to find some new blogs to read.

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  • Six books I have enjoyed the most

Cath Staincliffe – Half the World Away

Carole Matthews – The Cake Shop in the Garden

Paula Hawkins – The Girl on the Train

Shelia Hancock – Miss Carter’s War

Sara Sheridan – England Expects

Cathy Bramley – Ivy Lane

  • Six books I was disappointed with

Jennifer Weiner – Fly Away Home

Maureen Lee – The Seven Streets of Liverpool

Trisha Ashley – Every Woman for Herself

Lynne Marie Hulsman – Thornton Hall

Monica McInerney – At Home with The Templetons

Paula McLain – The Paris Wife

  • Six Books still languishing on my shelf waiting to be read

Angela Thirkell – August Folly

James Runcie – Sidney Chambers and The Problem of Evil

Tracey Rees – Amy Snow

Elizabeth Taylor – The Wedding Group

Kathleen Tessaro – The Perfume Collector

Sarah Waters – The Paying Guests

  • Six books from authors I know will never let me down

Gervase Phinn – Trouble at the Little Village School

Emma Burstall – Tremarnock

Katie Fforde – A Vintage Wedding

Trisha Ashley – Creature Comforts

Fern Britton – A Seaside Affair

Simon Kernick – The Final Minute

  • Six books based in Cornwall

Emma Burstall – Tremarnock

Fern Britton – A Seaside Affair

Liz Fenwick – A Cornish Stranger

Winston Graham – Ross Poldark

Ali McNamara – The Little Flower Shop by the Sea

It looks like I am missing one!

  • Six books that took me by the hand and led me into the past

Shelia Hancock – Miss Carter’s War

Dilly Court – A Place Called Home

Barbara Comyns – Our Spoons Came From Woolworths

Paula McLain – The Paris Wife

Katharine McMahon – The Rose of Sebastapol

Christopher Fowler – Seventy Seven Clocks

Here are some people who have joined in already:

Margaret at BooksPlease

Helen at She Reads Novels

Marina at findingtimetowrite

Jessica at The Bookworm Chronicles

JoAnn at Lakeside Musing

Do comment and I will post your link as well. Here is to the next six months of reading and whatever it may bring. Perhaps we can all reconvene for 6 in 2016. 

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10 thoughts on “Six in Six 2015 – My Choices

  1. Awww, shame to hear that The Paris Wife didn’t quite live up to expectations – I haven’t read that one but was looking forward to it (although Naomi Wood’s Mrs. Hemingway will be even more interesting, I think). Thanks for the mention – and do let’s reconvene for 2016 – it’s a great way to refresh your memory and think about any possible reading patterns…

  2. Thank you for the link. Pleased to see Trouble at the Little Village School mentioned, as I now have it and The School Inspector Calls! on my to-be-read pile. I hope to be here again for another 6 in 2016 🙂

  3. The Paying Guests is still languishing on my shelf too. I’ll get round to it eventually! I hope you enjoy your next six months of reading – and yes, let’s do this again in 2016!

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