Memorable Reads of 2022

I don’t like to write up my books of the year until the end of the year (and to me, that means end of December, not late October or early November). What if I read a great book on Boxing Day? As always, going through the list of what I’ve read starts with reviewing the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

In brief: Elizabeth Zott is a chemist to be reckoned with in the 1960s – but it takes everyone else some time to realise that. The good: Elizabeth is a fantastic character. The not-so-good: I read this really quickly as I couldn’t get enough of the story. Why I chose it: Heard many good things... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 4/4/22

A very busy week and it’s been so humid too. While I’m in my respirator that gives me chipmunk cheeks, kind people delivered some lovely books: Sister Stardust by Jane Green (available 18th April) arrived from Harlequin. It’s a story inspired by Talitha Getty. Claire crosses paths with Talitha in London, then goes to Marrakesh... Continue Reading →

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