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)
“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
#BookSnapSunday is a weekly bookish Instagram meme hosted here at Gum trees and Galaxies.com, if you would like to join in please feel free to leave a link to your post in the comments below. All you have to do is post an image of a book. Happy reading. So this weeks #BookSnapSunday features one … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday on the road with Witches Abroad
Just thought I should post a quick February reading catch up, so anyone who is participating in the Gaia reading challenge can post links in the comments if they would like. It was a bit of a slow reading month for me with only three books read and only one that can be counted as … Continue reading February Reading and Gaia reading challenge.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B8C4123gPd1/ This week's book snap is Terry Pratchett's Equal Rites, the third discworld novel and the first novel in the witches arc. I am participating in Annemieke's read along for this title. Love Pratchett's work, wit and wisdom, books to amuse while sometimes making you think. You don't have to start at the beginning with … Continue reading Equal Rites on #BookSnapSunday
#BookSnapSunday - Hogfather https://www.instagram.com/p/B6W8M-DAptm/ With Christmas fast approaching this weeks book snap could only be one book. My all time favourite Christmas read: Hogfather by Terry Pratchett, and my all time favourite Terry Pratchett novel. Pratchett's Discworld universe is a mirror of ours, on the disc they celebrate Hogswatch, the equivalent of Christmas and instead … Continue reading A favourite Christmas book