September was my last month off before going back to work, so I made the most of it by reading approximately 1 million books. Then I forgot to finish writing about them until the end of October. Well, I didn’t forget, it’s more that I didn’t have time. Woo, parenting!
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I read quite a lot in March. Here are some thoughts on how that went, but no cat picture because he’s out. April will follow pretty imminently as it was considerably slower going…
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In a bid to read widely/critically/at all I am going to try and continue my ‘[insert month here] reads’ posts in 2019. I have a vague notion I’ll even include a sentence or two by way of a review – imagine that! I expect I’ll give up around April. But in the meantime here are my January reads…
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When I was a child I listened to loads of books on tape. Some came from the library (The Pinballs by Betsy Byars and a compilation of fairy tales from around the world including Baba Yaga and The Tongue-Cut Sparrow were borrowed multiple times). Others were owned and shared by my sister and I, and listened to again and again. Amongst these were George’s Marvellous Medicine and the Narnia books. I loved the whole series, but The Horse and his Boy was a favourite for reasons that escape me now. Maybe just because that one was definitely ‘mine’ – I was quite possessive. Continue reading “Read Me A Story – Some Pros and Cons of Audible”