Is this becoming my Journal of a Plague Year – #BookSnapSunday

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-BSQYlp1jG/ Bit frustrated this morning; went out to get a coffee and go to the dog park to take this weeks BookSnap but forgot my phone, some days I don't think I am actually fully awake until the second cup of coffee. Anyhow thought I would grab Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year from … Continue reading Is this becoming my Journal of a Plague Year – #BookSnapSunday

OORRDEERR #BookSnapSunday – #DymocksReadingChallenge

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9vVG27JqMv/ This week's quick book snap post, my latest purchase and hopefully my next read; Unspeakable by John Bercow the bellowing former speaker of the British house of commons, whose thunderous calls to order spawned viral interest in the goings on in British politics and many admirers of his idiosyncratic and democratic style. Articulate, intelligent … Continue reading OORRDEERR #BookSnapSunday – #DymocksReadingChallenge

“I Write this sitting in the kitchen sink”. – #BookSnapSunday

A bit of a slow blogging week but here is a quick #BookSnapSunday will be back to normally blogging and posting this week. https://www.instagram.com/p/B85xB8jAerU/ It has been a really chaotic week this week, but back to normal hopefully this week. Just a quick Instagram #BookSnapSunday I picked an old comfort read Dodie Smith's lovely coming … Continue reading “I Write this sitting in the kitchen sink”. – #BookSnapSunday

This week’s book snap Sunday – Monet and the water lilies

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4HJ0O-A1Qh/ We have been walking in Laurel bank park, the pond with the water lilies seemed a perfect opportunity for book snap Sunday and Ross King's fantastic account of Monet and the famous waterlily paintings that grace the Musée de l'Orangerie. Really enjoyed this great read and it sparked a wider interest in the politics … Continue reading This week’s book snap Sunday – Monet and the water lilies