Author Archives: Bethan

Put a spring in your step

Welcome back to the NPT Libraries twitter reading group! Yey! Oh, how I have missed you… To kick things back off, we have chosen a theme to make us happy… Spring in your step. We want to talk about the … Continue reading

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Autumn blues

For those of you who know me, you will be aware that I am not happy unless I have got at least 3 books on the go. These could be from any author, any genre, any format (ebook or physical), … Continue reading

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October 2013 – Back to basics…

After a break for a month, our twitter reading group is back and we are going back to basics. This month, we are going to welcome you all by just asking you – what are you reading and why? Don’t … Continue reading

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Reading books – a controversial pastime?

For those of us who love reading, we know that books mean different things to different people. They can be comforting, fun, relaxing or thought-provoking and challenging. A good book can open our minds to new possibilities, but can they … Continue reading

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A French Librarian in Wales…

This is the last guest blog post from Brigitte, our visiting French librarian, as she is returning to France shortly. Hope you like it! “Lost in translation….Oh yeah, I’ve been lost in it for two and a half months now, … Continue reading

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All I want is a good story

It is difficult to deliberately choose to read fiction in translation. By this, I don’t mean I don’t want to read a book that has been translated, but rather it difficult to choose a book for that sole reason. It … Continue reading

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Criminally comic capers

I don’t go looking for a funny book. I don’t think, “Today I could do with a laugh, pass me a laugh out loud book”. That is not to say I don’t like funny books, I just don’t go looking … Continue reading

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