I have lost my reading mojo at the moment. I just cannot get into books or I am too tired to read. I think it is because I am not giving myself time to read. Does anyone else feel like that? I, therefore, have forced myself into having some me time and had a
The Circle by Dave Eggers April’s Book of the Month is The Circle by Dave Eggers. This book is being made into a film and so I thought I’d better read it before the film comes out. This means we can discuss it as a Movie too! The book centers around Mae Holland, a new employee
Hello! How quickly has March flown by! This month’s book was Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. It was another non-fiction book this month and I thought it had a lot of the same themes running through it. This month’s cheat sheet is a little bit
You may have read previously about the time I met Ian Rankin at Haymarket. I made a really funny joke about it in my Review of Knots and Crosses. I recently read this book the first in the Inspector Rebus series, which was released 30 years ago this week. An Audience with Ian Rankin Inspector
With World Book Day this week and my timeline filled with kids dressing up for World Book Day. (which by the way I love!) I was inspired to write my list of some of my must read books. Most of these feature on most Must Read book lists but here's why I love them so.
Today is a monumental day in history. Obama is out, Trump is in. Ironically Trump and I have one and only thing in common we are both moving house today. Him into the White House and us into the Whyte House. (My surname is Whyte, in case you didn't understand the pun) . I remember
I’ve heard of this book and Caitlin Moran, but never really read or paid much attention to her before. This book was on my Audible recommended books and I saw it was read by the author so I thought I’d give it a chance. I loved the book. Moran has written a book of every