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In the words of Jim Carey, “Somebody Stop Me”. I bought more books. I cannot help it, it is like an addiction. Anyway, this is what I bought today. English: A Story of Marmite, Queueing and Weather – Ben Fogle Up: My Life Journey to the Top of Everest – Ben Fogle Blood for Blood – Victoria Selman The Killer Collective – Barry Eisler At this rate, I need to learn to… Read More

So, in Goodreads, I pledged to read 30 books this year. I was thinking of only doing 20 as I have some really big books to read this year. I also have about 600 books that I still have not read sitting on bookcases about the house. We have bookcases near every room, and in all our halls, which we have 4. I do love books and am more than happy to… Read More

So it is here, the day of madness in the sales, people scrambling to get a bargain, but not us. We never do the sales, and in all honesty find the whole thing, like so-called black Friday a waste of time and money. Buying rubbish that we do not want or need. Although I did buy a book from Amazon as I have £100 of vouchers, so that was £4.99 and £2.99… Read More

Busy, yes, I think that sums up the past 3 weeks.  In fact, I could go one further and say bedlam, mmm, yes, I will stick with bedlam. Obviously, the pup has been keeping us on our toes, but we have had so many appointments to fit in including puppy days at the vets, Mazikeen getting her final injections, then back for worming then again for kennel cough vaccination, then Harper with… Read More

I set myself a challenge to read 4 books by the end of the month, 2 down and 2 to go, and a little behind, but life is like that. The latest completed book was Paul O’Grady “Open the Cage, Murphy”. This is the 4th of his biographies and is set in the rise of Lily Savage, his drag act, from Liverpool to London. I found it a really entertaining book full… Read More

On my book list, the first of my challenge was to read Eva Schloss’s After Auschwitz. I have been interested in WWII since 1970’s when as a kid, I started to watch “The World At War” at my Nan’s house on a Sunday. I found that I was fascinated about what happened, and moreover why. Like everyone, I could not understand why people would do such things to others. As an adult,… Read More

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