Totally unrelated but, I just watched a couple of scenes of David Tennant and Catherine Tate performing Much Ado about Nothing. Oh my heart! I don’t know if it was their exceptional acting or seeing my Doctor and Donna together again but now I NEED to see the whole play or my life will never be complete! OK,… Read More May 2017 TBR
“You’re not finished yet are you?” Nell whispered. “It’s okay. Neither am I.” We’ve had some beautiful, clear days over the past week or so. The sea is starting to get a little colder as we head into winter but it’s still warm enough at the beach for a quick dip followed by a couple… Read More Book Review: Spare and Found Parts – Sarah Maria Griffin
Cunning, ambitious, creative and resourceful After a pretty heavy month of reading, I feel like it’s time for a bit of light-hearted fun don’t you? I first got this idea from A Clockwork Reader on Youtube. Although I understand that others have also done this on their Booktube channels, Hannah’s is my favourite! Over Easter, Sky TV… Read More Book recommendations for my fellow Slytherins!!
“It’s 1939. Two children watch as their parents become immersed in the puzzling mechanisms of power. Sieglinde lives in the affluent ignorance of middle-class Berlin, her father a censor who cuts prohibited words such as love and mercy out of books. Erich is an only child living a rural life near Leipzig, tending beehives, aware that he is shadowed… Read More Book Review: The Wish Child – Catherine Chidgey
She’s a rebel, she’s always laughing, and she’s very, very feminine… April is the month of both Easter and ANZAC day – the day when New Zealanders remember and honour the New Zealand and Australian soldiers and nurses that served at war. I’m not religious, but it’s poignant to have a single month where we… Read More Book Review: Nancy Wake by Russell Braddon
I just got back from beautiful Rarotonga and it is without a doubt one of the most chill places I think I’ve ever been to! The Cook Islands is a nation of 15 islands in the Pacific. Rarotonga is its largest and most populous island with a population of around 11,000 people. It’s gorgeous. Absolutely stunningly… Read More The Runaway Jury – John Grisham