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.Continue reading “What I Read: October, November and December 2020”
Can you believe this year is half way over already? What’s with this ceaseless forward passage of time eh. Shouldn’t be allowed.
Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – June 2019”
Somewhat late but here nonetheless, here’s the sketch re what I read and wrote in September. HOLD ONTO YOUR HATS.
You know how writers sometimes beat ourselves up about not having achieved enough? It’s a pretty regular occurrence, so I thought rather than pitching headlong into the depths of despair over this, I might try a little exercise to help myself not do that this year. Continue reading “January Reads”
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”
Unable or unwilling to get a real Christmas tree this year? Here’s yet another blog post on how to make one out of books. Continue reading “How To Make a Book Christmas Tree (blogmas day twelvety)”