Category: Reading

Books and a cuppa

Reader Spot – Meet #BookReviewer Debbie Harris @Wonderwomandebz #YA #histfic #crime

Originally posted on I Write. I Read. I Review:
Here on the Reader Spot, I share the bookish love of our avid book reviewers. From young adult to historical romance, chick-lit to a murder mystery, they know what they like, and they’re happy to share.  Whether you are a reader looking for a new book, or a writer wondering what your reader…

A trusty network

The Trust inherent in a ballet production is an amazing thing to see in action.  I can’t remember when I last went to the ballet. Our Bookclub has wanted to go on a significant outing for years and on the weekend we finally made it happen.  Cue much excitement!! We had tickets to see the Australian Ballet perform Giselle at the Civic…

#FridayBookShare – Truly Madly Guilty

#FridayBookShare is an excellent idea, created by Shelley Wilson, in search of the ideal author/novel. I love reading so I’m thrilled to have found Friday Book Share – here’s my latest post, Liane Moriarty’s Truly Madly Guilty. The instructions are quite simple- Here’s my #4 post:  Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty First line: “This is a story that begins with a barbeque”, said…

#FridayBookShare – The Passage by Justin Cronin

#FridayBookShare is an excellent idea created by Shelley Wilson.  I love reading so I’m thrilled to have found Friday Book Share! The instructions are – Here’s my #3 post:  The Passage (book 1 of trilogy) by Justin Cronin First line: Before she became the Girl from Nowhere – the One Who Walked In, the First and Last and Only, who lived a…

#FridayBookShare – Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

#FridayBookShare ~ an excellent idea created by Shelley Wilson.  With the weekend approaching it’s the perfect time to seek out new books to read, so Shelley created Friday Book Share to help search for that ideal read. I love reading so I’m thrilled to have found Friday Book Share! The instructions for Friday Book Share are – Here’s my #2 post:  Rivers of…

#FridayBookShare – Salvation Creek Susan Duncan

I love reading so I’m thrilled to have found Friday Book Share! I am entering for the first time and look forward to reading many other posts and getting some ideas of books to read.  I have a page on my blog that lists all the books I read throughout the year.   I started it in 2014/2015 and enjoyed the process…

Contemplation – Week 11: Reading

Hello I love reading! Do you? A few other words I could use to describe myself as a reader are: avid, compulsive, dedicated, devoted, insatiable and voracious. So it’s very timely that this week’s prompt for desleyjane’s Contemplation post is: What’s the next book you’re going to read? I am part of a book club which meets every month for a lively discussion on a…

Year of living Danishly

Living Danishly

I have just read a fantastic book called The year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell. Like Helen, our family has also come to love Denmark and all things Danish. Let me ask you a question – out of 10 how would you rate your level of happiness?   This question is posed throughout the book as Helen interviews relevant people for…

Weekly photo challenge: Alphabet fun

Having fun with letters of the alphabet and a light box! This week’s photo challenge is all about the Alphabet and I’ve gone for a very literal take on the theme, which is most unlike me. This week, let the alphabet be your inspiration: find a string of letters….. I found my daughter’s light box this morning, still with the…

Flying, reading and tea - three of my favourite things

Mundane Monday Challenge – 2 favourites

Two of my favourite things are reading and drinking tea and here they both are! I like the simple crispness of this photo. It’s an otherwise very ordinary photo but it appeals to me! Mundane Monday Challenge is hosted by PhoTrablogger on a Monday (funny that!).  There are always interesting links to other Mundane Monday posts to have a look at at his…