A Place For Passion

A new year, new start. I’m Gemma and with a budding new career in a publishing house- an industry I’ve always wanted to work in, I’ve decided to keep tabs on my reading during 2013, by writing a review of each book I read throughout the year. 

My first entry is dedicated to Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights, a novel I have always told myself I would read; “because it’s a classic” but never found the time nor inclination until I graduated. First it was a case of getting a copy, then came the nitty gritty part’ actually reading it.

Never the less, I am a firm believer that ambition, dedication and hard work will see good things happen. Books and reading have always been a passion of mine and this year I’m determined to give that passion a real place in my life, rather than a hobby I always feel I neglect too often. 


Stay tuned for more thoughts as I turn the pages of novel after novel in the coming months- 2013 is going to be filled with adventures!

© Gemma Feltham January 9 2013


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4 responses to “A Place For Passion

  1. Welcome, I look forward to reading your reviews. I have decided to review the books I am reading as well this year and would welcome any feedback. Have a wonderful journey into the world of Emily Bronte’.


  2. Enjoy the classics!. Personally I could not get into them but i am not much of a reader…


    • My current read is a classic with a twist so I’m really going to enjoy writing up my review about that, this one you might even enjoy more. As I said Wuthering Heights was good but definitely not my favorite.


  3. The best kind of blog ❤


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