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What I Read – January 2021

What did you do in January? Not a lot I hope, there’s another lockdown on in case you hadn’t noticed. I mainly decided I’m going back to doing these posts monthly because it’s slightly easier for me to manage. Good news for the three of you who still read ‘em.

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What I Read: October, November and December 2020

This is a bit overdue, as is so often the way – but no apologies from me. Life is chaos right now. Here’s what I read towards the end of 2020! I hope it helps if you’re looking for stuff to add to your TBR.

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What I read: July, August and September 2020

Since there haven’t been any festivals, holidays or other things to distract me, I’ve read quite a bit over the past three months. Here are some reviews in case you are looking for something interesting to buy from an independent book shop of your choice.

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What I read: April, May and June 2020

As it’s nearly time for the next instalment of these posts, I thought I’d better finish the one that’s been in my drafts and almost-but-not-quite-complete since June. Lockdown was not great for my concentration.

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Pockets of Sunshine

Here we are 900 years into lockdown (I am in Scotland, where we’re still working on the basis the extremely contagious virus might spread if we all jump on the bus to the office or invite folk round to do the housework) and I thought I’d better write something about things that are going well – a few pockets of sunshine, if you will. Mainly because my last post was kind of a downer. Continue reading “Pockets of Sunshine”

Crash Bang Wallop What A Virus

Well this has been a funny old year hasn’t it. Back in December-January I was feeling cautiously optimistic I was headed back towards some semblance of normality after the weird discombobulation of returning to work after a year off. In February we viewed a flat and ended up making an offer on it: stressful and exciting weeks ahoy! Then there was March. Continue reading “Crash Bang Wallop What A Virus”

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