Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderley again.
Before I started my third year of uni, I had never even heard of du Maurier; now I have demolished my second book of hers, this time for my Gothic module.383 more words
Well it did drop today which is fortunate when you have a market stall. However its going to be back tomorrow gusting again. I’m going to Newcastle and I would have had a lovely bike ride into town but not when its gusting – not near traffic – so I’ll have to use the bus and walk. 250 more words
What’s The Chamois all about?:
The penultimate story in this collection follows a married couple as they trek up the mountains in Greece to hunt down the elusive chamois. 620 more words
Hello my fellow bookworms and classic lovers, it is time already for the first check-in for The Women’s Classic Literature Event. I decided to start taking part straight away, so I’ve had a month or so head start and here’s what I managed to read so far: 304 more words
Since I wasn’t really doing much of a rounding up of books but more highlighting a book each week I’ve changed the title.
So here is the (hopefully) weekly spotlight on a book you should be reading… 372 more words