REVIEW: The Day We Meet Again by Miranda Dickinson

In brief: Sam and Phoebe meet at St Pancras station and instantly fall in love while on their way to other journeys. They decide to meet again in one year if they feel the same way. How will the year change them? The good: A lovely premise for a story. The not-so-good: The rumination of... Continue Reading →


Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 16/9/19

A busy week as always. It wasn't great for football, but on the upside it means I'll have more time to read (plus a functional voice). I was lucky to receive some books in the mail this week! A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier  (available now, RPR $32.99) arrived thanks to Harper Collins (how did... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Going Under by Sonia Henry

In brief: Kitty's first year of being a real doctor is full of ups, downs, love and laughter. The good: I really resonated with some of the statements made (good and bad). The not-so-good: Took me a little while to get into, had to finish before my own on call (otherwise nightmares happen, like Kitty's)... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Blue Riband by Peter York

In brief: Part of the Penguin Lines series celebrating 150 years of the London Underground, this book reviews various stops on the Piccadilly Line and the fun to be had there. The good: Interesting spin on the series – the buildings around the stops. The not-so-good: Made me feel uncool as I'm not au fait... Continue Reading →

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