A few years ago I was working in a theatre (not as glamorous as it sounds, I was just teaching an antenatal class there), and I spent some time browsing a photographic exhibition by a mother who had hiked the … Continue reading
It’s totally worth skipping to the last five minutes just to hear the bit where Maisy comes in.
It’s been a while since I added a new list here – and there’s been a fair few books over February, so here goes… NOTE : There’s a few that only qualify on repeat criteria, so I haven’t bothered noting … Continue reading
Having already listed the books for the first two weeks of January here, the remains of January slowed down a bit. There’ve also been a couple of books that didn’t fit in with any extant categories, in which case they’re … Continue reading
So, the 2015 Reading Challenge has started, and this is where I stand today… Note : I’m only going to use each category once, even if more than one book fulfils the same categories. If the True Uborkans want me … Continue reading
Thanks everyone for suggestions, I have made more edits to the original list. I was hoping to have finished What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami before today, so I could do a review and … Continue reading
Inspired by POPSUGAR, Uborka is randomly choosing January as an excuse to set a challenge. For those too lazy to click, here’s the list: A book with more than 500 pages. A classic romance. A book that became a movie. … Continue reading
I didn’t read as much this year as last, perhaps because the MIL’s house in France now features a very pleasant swimming pool. What I did read was largely mystical, magical or historical in nature: The Book of Life – … Continue reading