Month: November 2014

Review: Prisoner Of Night And Fog by Anne Blankman

Review: Prisoner Of Night And Fog by Anne Blankman

The blurb on the back of the book instantly had me intrigued, and I have to tell you once I started reading I found it hard to stop! ┬áSo what’s it all about? Well Gretchen lives with her mother and her brother in a boarding house in Munich. Her mother runs the boarding house, their […]

Posted November 20, 2014


A Day For Remembering

A Day For Remembering

Today is a day for remembering. Remembering those who have fought for our country, those who still fight for our country. A day to remember those who have died and a day to remember those whose lives changed forever. Since words fail me on this day I’ve chosen to share three of my favourite poems […]

Posted November 11, 2014


Review: The Telling Error by Sophie Hannah

Review: The Telling Error by Sophie Hannah

This is the first Sophie Hannah novel I’ve read, and I have to say that I did really enjoy it. Nicki Clements is a wife and mother. When her son forgets his PE kit Nicki sets off to deliver it to him at school. However on the journey she finds that traffic is being stopped […]

Posted November 7, 2014