This is a toughie because all books I've read i've been able to find something positive, even for those books that my brain tried to stop me reading. I adore books, in general I've always had a better relationship with books than with humans so this is actually going to be tough to think about … Continue reading Write about a book you love, and one you don’t really like……
I was obsessed with reading as a kid, I mean, pretty much all of my life as a younger person I was safe when I was surrounded by books. My brother and I were really lucky as kids but once he left home, I felt a lot lonelier and retreated more into the safety of … Continue reading Reading as a child
This is I think, going to be a list of wonderful things that I feel every disc fan would love, plus, it's a great way for me to plug friends or companies I know, use and love. There are so many great things for the fan of the Disc, with suppliers of such things as … Continue reading Epic gifts for the Discworld Nerd in your life…..
I've started (as those who've read my previous posts) a reading challenge for the year but until I managed to actually get my ass down to the local library I'm going to read as much as possible and try to push me out of my standard reading comfort zone. My mum and dad bought me … Continue reading Upcoming reads
I wrote this back in 2018, as one of the first random books that I'd read and wanted to talk about. I had hoped to find people who also had read or even those who had views which were different to mine but sadly, no-one stepped forward so I'm going to assume that this will … Continue reading Fire & Fury: Michael Wolff
“All right,” said Susan. “I’m not stupid. You’re saying humans need… fantasies to make life bearable.” REALLY? AS IF IT WAS SOME KIND OF PINK PILL? NO. HUMANS NEED FANTASY TO BE HUMAN. TO BE THE PLACE WHERE THE FALLING ANGEL MEETS THE RISING APE. “Tooth fairies? Hogfathers?” YES. AS PRACTICE. YOU HAVE TO START … Continue reading Hogfather: Sir Terry Pratchett
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