One of the great benefits of having a casual book club on Instagram is that you can make up the rules as you go along. So instead of having one book for the December book pick - you can have two.
Yes, it’s greedy. But it is Christmas in a few weeks.
To find out what the two book choices are for December then read the post here:Read More
I’m looking forward to reading by the fire later this month when the evenings become a lot cooler. These three books: a cosy murder mystery, a contemporary novel and a witty novel set in a 1950s English village are on my September reading list.Read More
The school holidays are nearly upon us and I cannot tell you how much I'm looking forward to our family holiday.
I'm so excited about it I've already compiled and bought the books I'll be packing away in my suitcase. I've gone for paperbacks, for obvious reasons, with three being fiction and one non-fiction.Read More
Four wonderful non-fiction books to read over the summer months featuring nature, trees, gardening and books.Read More
Three books I’ve read and enjoyed in April. Two new releases based around the Second World War and one book about blogging.Read More
Four beautifully heart-warming books that I read during March 2018.Read More
I can't tell you how much I'm looking forward to those relaxing Christmas holiday days in front of the fire with one of these beauties. I've six books to read over the festive period.Read More
This October I rediscovered my love of reading. Which is unsurprising when it’s also the month the log burner came back into action after its summer break. Reading in front of the fire is one of my favourite things.Read More
There's a lot of pressure on what to do with my down time. Do I read a book? Or catch up on my blog reading? Maybe I'll watch a YouTube video (my current obsession). Or I could watch TV with my family, play a board game, write, sew my daughter's labels on her uniform, do an online shop, wash up, tidy and so on and so on...
Sadly, for me, books have gone to the bottom of the pile this year. Which, for a former avid reader, is all a bit odd. And mildly disconcerting.Read More