A $2 buy at the Book Fair

What a little gem this was, 160 pages.  It is only a small book and it can be read in a couple of hours but it was delightful. Philosophical musings on what makes a happy and fulfilled life. “One of the bestselling authors of Plato and a Platypus Walk Into a Bar travels to Greece…

Two books with strikingly similar covers

I have just finished a non-fiction book which I realised reminded me of a book I already had, also a non-fiction book. The book I have just finished is The Secret Lives of Colour and the book it reminded me of is The Cook’s Companion by Stephanie Alexander and that is where the similarity ends,…

A Serving of Scandal

This is my new author for January and it is a book that was lent to me by one of my book club friends. The author: “Prue Leith is an expert on gastronomy and one of the UK’s foremost authorities on all things culinary. She is one of the UK’s most renowned restaurateurs and caterers,…

I am blaming COVID.

The last post I wrote was way back on 16th November.  I think you will all agree that last year was a bit rubbish.  I just haven’t been able to get myself into some sort of a routine.  I start with lots of good intentions but they just seem to fall by the wayside after…