This year, I’m determined to actually finish reading books rather than starting them and leaving them halfway. Here’s y 2018 reading list – some newbies, and some classics.
It’s been a long time since book reviews, and rather than reviewing all the books I’ve read one by one, here’s a short list of my fave reads lately.
Happy belated New Year readers! Sorry it’s taken me two weeks to write my first blog post of 2017, but here … More
Can you find something you never realised you lost?
This is the key question in Brooke Davis’ debut novel, and book number three on my 2016 ‘to read’ list. Lost and Found also deals with death and living, youth and aging, and right and wrong. It takes a while to get into it, as the characters are a bit bizarre, but soon you find yourself wanting to know what happens next to Millie, Karl and Agatha.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is not my favourite in the series but I do think it is one of the most profound. Read on to find out why.
I love buying new cookbooks – it’s my secret guilty pleasure and today I’m sharing with you my favourite cookbooks.
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Holding the Man by Timothy Conigrave is a witty, beautifully written story of one man’s personal growth as a gay teenager to an AIDS infected adult. I thought there would be more tantrums, shouting matches and tears in this book but Conigrave manages to strike the perfect balance in his book of angst, humour and humility.
All the Light We Cannot See is a lesson in resilience, faith and the human spirit in the face of adversity.
Thank you for the positive responses to my recent post about my favourite books of all time! I didn’t think … More