June reading: Germs, Ghosts and Nullus Anxietas (No Worries)

June was a good month for reading, managed to finish four great books. Two of my June titles nicely compliment each other and are timely and prescient reads given the pandemic challenge the world has been enduring in 2020. As we entered covid 19 lockdown I was interested in reading pandemic fiction and non-fiction. Lawrence … Continue reading June reading: Germs, Ghosts and Nullus Anxietas (No Worries)

May reading summary

“It’s not staying in the same place that’s the problem,” said Nanny, “it’s not letting your mind wander.”― Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad I am a bit slow to get up my May reading but here it is at last, only two books completed. With the lockdown and restriction on movement driving me a bit batty … Continue reading May reading summary

Pandemic and coffee in the park #BookSnapSunday

https://www.instagram.com/p/CA1X436pYG1/ Last week was not a particularly productive week blog wise but planning to bring a bit more discipline and enthusiasm to this coming week, starting with this week's BookSnapSunday, my current read the eerily, plague themed thriller from Lawrence Wright. Wright won a Pulitzer for his account of Al Qaeda and the road to … Continue reading Pandemic and coffee in the park #BookSnapSunday

#BookSnapSunday – Don’t Panic! Towel Day is coming

“He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.”― Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy https://www.instagram.com/p/CAjSiSjAqtO/ Since tomorrow, the 25th of May is Towel day, this week's #BookSnapSunday could really only be a Douglas Adams book. For those who may … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday – Don’t Panic! Towel Day is coming