Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 24/1/22

It was a busy week with a lot happening in the course of a day. It’s also been over 40°C for most of the week, so everything is hot and tired. Orphan Rock by Dominique Wilson (available 1st March) arrived thanks to Transit Lounge. Set between Sydney and Paris, it’s about Bessie and her daughter... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 17/1/22

I’ve got some topical reads for this week, all about vaccination and COVID-19 in particular: A Shot to Save the World by Gregory Zuckerman is the story of COVID-19 vaccines and the race to produce a successful one in record time. It sounds very dramatic with negotiations, clashes and ambition but also shows the amount... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 3/1/22

Happy New Year! It’s a bit late but here are the books that were in my Christmas collection: Pandemics: What Everyone Needs to Know by Peter Doherty was written several years ago, and ‘was mainly right’ according to the author. It discusses infection, immunity and pandemics before the current COVID-19 one. Yours Cheerfully by A.J.... Continue Reading →

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