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Hello everyone! This weekend turned out to be pretty relaxing – especially because it was “extended” (no school on Friday). I spent most of it binge-watching The Flash and doing homework. 426 more words


It's been a banner week - THREE great books!

I’m at the end of a week of reading a bunch of stuff that didn’t suck. It’s awesome when that happens, you guys. Everything this week has been well-written and masterfully crafted. 1,766 more words


Case In Point

I’ve always been a lover of books, but in the past six months or so my book buying has exploded exponentially. My books have never fit on my bookshelf; they’ve always migrated under my bed, and into piles in every corner of every room of the house. 239 more words

General Musings

Reading Challenge - Non-fiction books on World Issues

Bit by bit I’m working out where I’m going with this reading challenge. I’m caught between the joy of making lists with all the control freakery involved in advance planning and the equal and opposite joy of setting off on an unknown path and seeing what delights fall at my feet as I journey. 313 more words

Reading Challenge

Ten things I've learnt about Tidying

Towards the end of last year I began to be aware of an intriguingly titled book that friends in North America were raving about. It seemed to be about simplifying but as a self-proclaimed  expert on this  I didn’t rush to investigate. 1,486 more words

Reading Challenge

Let's read... about great parenting

#9: Lori Duron : Raising My Rainbow: Adventures in Raising a Fabulous, Gender Creative Son (Broadway Books, 2013)

The battle is on between “[…] all the nosy mothers within ten miles, all of whom have their degree in child development with a minor in judging people.” (p. 911 more words


2015 Hub Reading Challenge Check-In #7

It was a light week for the Hub reading Challenge, mostly because I finished 4 books for the Morris award. But I can’t tell you about those. 170 more words

YA Literature