You know the Disney movie where the heroine is walking through the town square with a nose stuck in a book and the whole town is ridiculing her? That’s me. Well, minus the French town and the public ridicule. And if I tried to walk and read at the same time, I’d wind up in traction. But beyond that, I’m totally that girl.

I’m Bethany and I’m a proud bibliophile, also known as a book lover. (I’m also a book hoarder, but that’s a whole separate issue.)

Since before I knew what the words on the page meant, I’ve been a reader. And I want to share the love with my fellow bibliophiles in this blog–the BiblioFiles. (Many thanks to my friend Natalie for the title inspiration.)

Here, I hope you will enjoy reading my take on the books I’ve read, the books I want to read and the classics that shape the way we read everything else.


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  1. Hello, dearest Bethany, I hope you are well.

    I was having a wee poke around WordPress, and the title of your blog piqued my interested to the point that I found myself having a peek around its pages. And by golly do you like them books.

    As it happens, I’m an author who published his latest book at the weekend and I was wondering if you’d be interested in reviewing it. Called We Go Again and set during WWII, it’s about a small group of soldiers in France. It deals with the relationship between the soldiers and the effects that war can have on their state of mind. There’s a smidgen of romance there as well and it touches upon some of the less well-known roles that women had during the conflict.

    The cover of the book can be viewed on my site – http://michaelcargill.wordpress.com

    If you’re interested, I can supply you with a copy of the file for your Kindle or I can pop a paperback in the post.


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