Every year, I endeavour to read some kind of epic fantasy – usually in correlation with the BBC book challenge. This was something of an unconscious decision, but I decided that my new year’s resolution for the last couple of years was bound to reading. Last year, it was the Lord of the Rings, … More June: sci-fi fantasy month
I’m extremely late to the party with this one – it was around this time last year that the adult colouring book craze went beyond a niche craft activity to the bestseller list. The craze exploded beyond any expectations. It seemingly came from nowhere, and it has persistently lingered ever since. The craze … More Can adult, will colour.
Aren’t these Vintage Summer Classic editions beautiful? They typify summer reads and really make me yearn for the warmer weather that we are certainly missing here in cold and rainy Melbourne! These are two books which I read last year for the BBC book challenge, and I really enjoyed both of them. Here are my … More Dual book review: A Town Like Alice/Captain Corelli’s Mandolin
I’ve mentioned before how this particular genre tends to suck me in, but there’s truly nothing like a page turner! I’ve found more and more as I’ve gotten busier and busier with work and other things in my life that I’m demanding more from my reads. I really need something to grip me and hold … More Thrillers: what’s hot, what’s not