#6degrees of separation: from Rodham to Pride and Prejudice

It’s the first Saturday of the month so that means it’s #6degrees of separation time! This month’s starting book is Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld. You can find the details and rules of the #6degrees meme at booksaremyfavouriteandbest, but in a nutshell, on the first Saturday of every month, everyone has the same starting book and … Continue reading #6degrees of separation: from Rodham to Pride and Prejudice

#6degrees of separation: from How to Do Nothing to Gulliver’s Wife

It’s the first Saturday of the month so that means it’s #6degrees of separation time! This month’s starting book is How to Do Nothing – Resisting the Attention Economy by Jenny Odell. You can find the details and rules of the #6degrees meme at booksaremyfavouriteandbest, but in a nutshell, on the first Saturday of every … Continue reading #6degrees of separation: from How to Do Nothing to Gulliver’s Wife

#BookBingo2020 – Round 7: Set in an era you’d love to travel back in time to

The Art of Dying by Ambrose Parry I’ve always favoured historical fiction set within the Victorian era, and this novel is an example of why. The Art of Dying is the follow up to The Way of All Flesh and just like its predecessor it’s about medicine, mayhem, and madness, all playing out with gripping … Continue reading #BookBingo2020 – Round 7: Set in an era you’d love to travel back in time to