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June Wrap Up

September 3, 2020
June Wrap Up 2020

I do see that the month now reads Septemeber on the calendar but let's move past that, okay? Wonderful. June (all those many months ago) was an average reading month in quantity but fantastic for quality. I read outside of my comfort zone, found a new favourite author and finally completed a series that I've been reading since 2010. Despite the fact that it's a while ago I'm…

Books Non-Fiction Reviews

The Salt Path by Raynor Winn

July 20, 2020

I'll be honest, I never had any intention of ever reading a book like this. The Salt Path is a biography merged with nature nonfiction. Absolutely not my thing. I would have never picked it up in-store. However, after talking to one of our lovely neighbours about books she told me about this and then leant it to me. Anne, whilst you'll never read this thank you so…

Books Non-Fiction Reviews

Hiroshima by John Hersey

December 17, 2018

I didn't think this book would grip me the way it did. I knew very little of the A-Bomb drop on Hiroshima, only that it happened if I'm honest, but Hersey's account opened my eyes. He recounted real peoples experiences from the moments before the drop, during, directly after and many years after. It's unbelievable to think that one moment could have such an impact across time. When…