I finished the 11 mini biographies of Harry Dean last month. After spending another week producing evidence sheets I finally got round to combining the two sets of documents into a single .pdf only to realise after a load of faffing and frustration that it wouldn’t upload to the online publisher because making the evidence sheets … More Harry Dean update
….but it can’t last forever 😉 So what’s been going on here in the past ten days? Well, a book has been crossed off the book challenge list, and I’ve committed to the one which ‘will improve a specific area of your life’. There’re just short of 400 pages of literary rules – fascinating book, … More Ten days peace and quiet
10 days into January and all challenges are at least started. Asclepias hat and gloves completed this evening will count for a point in the FGF17 points challenge, as well as ticking one of the projects for the project challenge. Shadow of the Ripper is a book published today, so it’s a box ticked on … More Asclepias and the Ripper
This is definitely the last 2017 challenge I’m signing up for. 26 books from different categories, suggested by Hannah Braime, and taken up in the Chocolate Teapot group where I’ve signed up. Updates should appear on the interminable list page 😉 The 26-book 2017 reading challenge from Hannah Braime A book you read in school … More No more 2017 challenges!
Goodreads reading statistics for the past 5 years: You have read 61 of 55 books. 111% 7 books ahead of schedule Completed 2015 Reading Challenge Congrats! You read 58 books of your goal of 55! 105%105% Completed 2014 Reading Challenge Congrats! You read 69 books of your goal of 52! 133%133% Completed 2013 Reading Challenge … More 5 years in a row
Not a confession – the title of a new book by Alice Feeney. This book is a real page turner, but not for the same reasons I usually find a book engrossing. Put simply it’s the story surrounding a car accident which leaves Amber in hospital in a coma. It is written from the perspective … More Sometimes I lie
Blackwater – James Henry Set in the early 1980s in Colchester, this novel sounded promising, with many ingredients I would associate with a good detective story. After a promising start – New Year’s Eve and a couple of young me trying to deliver a huge drug shipment but getting lost in the fog, whilst almost … More Blackwater