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Review: Agatha Raisin: Something Borrowed Someone Dead (10 books of summer)

Agatha Raisin: Something Borrow Someone Dead, M. C Beaton

Gloria French is a newcomer to Piddlebury and at first seems perfect; she helps around the village, reads to the elderly, and raises money for the church. 262 more words

10 Books Of Summer

Reading Challenge - knížka od autora, kterého jsem ještě nečetla

A uzřela oslice anděla (4/5) – Nick Cave

Byla jsem varována – údajně tato kniha měla být převtělená deprese… Upřímně – čekala jsem to horší. Bohužel nejsem moc znalá v Písmu, takže jsem nezvládla zachytit všechny aluze na bibli, které v knize Cave rozesel jako plémě zla. 367 more words


Starting July With A Bang

How’s this for a first post this month?

When I started this reading challenge this January, I was not even sure if I could finish 50 books in a year because sometimes, lulls in reading are more frequent than the number of times I  hold a book in my  hand. 257 more words


Where Was God?

I’m not a religious person. I was raised Catholic, attending a Catholic school where I was taught about God, the Bible, the 10 commandments, and prayer. 627 more words

Around The World

Wanna be a Record Breaker?

On Friday, J and I had a little date day. It has been a while since him and I had some time on our own. He needed his glasses tightened up as he was spending 90% of his day looking over the top, so we decided to take this as an opportunity to do ‘stuff’ just the 2 of us. 418 more words

Family Life

TBR: July 2015

Last month I set myself the challenge of reading eight books in June – the most I’ve ever attempted to read in a month. I failed, abysmally. 321 more words

General Musings

Somehow, Progress

Well, hello again!

This hasn’t happened in a while. Back to back posts? Is that even a thing anymore?

Well, it is today.

I finished reading… 378 more words