If I had one problem with Doctor Sleep, it’s that the book has a lot of necessary backstory. Now before you evicerate me for being a godless King-hating heathen, let me explain.
I have a tendency to pick up unmarketable skills very easily. As a result, I have a lot of hobbies.
Reading has been an avid hobby my whole life. However, I don’t look at reading as a ‘lifestyle’. So while I do love fuzzy socks and hot chocolate, I’m not in the habit of collecting decorative bookmarks.
I used to joke that it’s a good thing the Husbeast is five years younger than me. After all, men often die an average of five years before their same-aged spouse, so I should have companionship all the way to the end, right?
This week’s Sunday Post feels a little sparse to me. Or maybe repetitive. I’m just surprised it’s Sunday again! I thought we just had one last week…
It’s Friday! This week’s Friday Favourites, hosted by Something of the Book, is all about Inspiring Characters. I tend to keep my list to 5, because old Friday habits die hard.
I imagine reading new romance novels from new-to-you authors is somewhat like computer dating. For me, Alisha Rai’s The Right Swipe was just that. A swipe to the right.
Making book recommendations can by iffy. This is why I usually stick to non-fiction. There’s a lot less crossed wires as regards genre.
I don’t know if spooky season is coming to an end, or just beginning.
How does a small town cope with day-to-day modern life when there’s an undead witch roaming around? Thomas Olde Heuvelt explores this idea in the 2016 English translation of his novel Hex. The English language debut of the bestselling Dutch novel, Hex, from Thomas Olde Heuvelt–a Hugo and World Fantasy award nominated talent to watch Whoever is born […]