meHello, I’m Lindsay and thank you for visiting my blog. I created this blog to share my opinions and thoughts on the world of books (or anything kind of book related which pops into my head).

I’m not into re-hashing what the book’s about, that’s the blurbs job so I’d just like to give a brief overview of the good or bad bits. I’m not a natural writer and sometimes my commas etc may be in the wrong place but the main thing is to get my feelings of the book across.

I am predominantly a book blog but I also like to dip into my other interests which include baking and visiting National Trust properties.

Thanks for visiting 🙂

Oh…and I lurrrvvvve a latte!


  1. 25th March 2013 / 3:43 pm

    Dear BookBoodle,
    I would like to have you review my books, please advise regarding how to contact you about this.
    Thank you,
    FJ Wilson

  2. 13th May 2013 / 7:53 pm

    I’ve decided to nominate you for the ‘Very Inspiring Blogger Award.’ Info is here: http://wp.me/p27e9V-g1

    Entirely up to you if you choose to accept this or dismiss it as waffle! Either way, I really enjoy reading your blog.

    • 20th April 2015 / 7:09 pm

      Thank you for the nomination – I’ll do my best to respond when the A-Z challenge is over 🙂

  3. 7th February 2016 / 7:52 pm

    Hi there Lindsay! Just hopping around the blogosphere; found your blog and enjoyed it, so here’s a new friend and follow for you! If you like, come over and do the same over at my place: http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com. Have a good one!

  4. 14th February 2016 / 2:14 pm

    Books, baking, and National Trust properties? What’s not to like?

  5. 29th February 2016 / 7:11 pm

    i dont always comment but love reading your blog hunny x

  6. 14th May 2017 / 8:34 am

    Hi Lindsay, nice to discover your book blog via twitter. Books and writing are my two favourite things to do!

  7. 15th August 2017 / 8:43 am

    Hi Lindsay, just read your review of Captain Correlies Mandolin as well as the wonderful island of Kefalonia. I managed to read the book before visiting but I was equally impressed with the setting and the story. I wasn’t sure about Nicholas Cage being cast as the Captain in the movie but it did manage to convey the locals dislike and distrust of the army. Love your blog.

    • 28th August 2017 / 6:57 pm

      Whilst I was there, a local guide told us that the other A-list stars were all very nice, would pose for photos and sign autographs etc except Nicholas Cage who was never seen without his several beefy bodyguards!

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