Let’s make 2021 a year to fight for the environment.

#BookSnapSunday I will resume the travel challenge tomorrow for today I am just sticking to #BookSnapSunday, which this week is the Craig Reucassel book Fight for Planet A, an accessible and empowering read if you are looking to understand the challenges facing the planet, why the Australian government is so backward in acting to address … Continue reading Let’s make 2021 a year to fight for the environment.


A bit of end of year blogging tidy up. So how did my reading plans for 2020 go? I joined in Turtle Recall the discworld reading challenge hosted by Annemieke at A Dance with Books and to be honest I only managed to re-read three Terry Pratchett novels in 2020; the first witches novel, Equal Rights, followed … Continue reading Reading

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

Hidden life of trees – Gaia reading challenge

Just finished another book that satisfies my Gaia/nature reading challenge; The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben. Wohlleben certainly makes accessible the incredibly complex world of the natural environment, he makes visible the normally unseen connections that allow forests to function as complex organisms, explaining notions like the "wood wide web", a complex system that sees fungi … Continue reading Hidden life of trees – Gaia reading challenge