Another Wednesday dawns, and it’s another one not in work. I’d be sad, but it means I once again have time to read, write, and just generally keep on top of all things blogging. Some of you might remember back to 2016 when I looked at the Amazon list of 100 books to read before you die. Well, four years later I decided it might be time to revisit that list! This post contains affiliate links – read more in my disclaimer.
And it’s Saturday again! A different one to last week – the furthest we’re going this Saturday is to our rugby club for an afternoon of “Quins on the Green”. But as life has begun to resemble more of normality, one thing has stuck – I’m still slowly and (now not-so) silently working on a first draft of a book I would love to self-publish when it’s finished! But before I could even consider that, I would have to finish writing it. And maybe read Your Ultimate Guide to a Powerful Book Launch[AFF] by The Ray Journey. Please note – this post contains affiliate links; meaning if you make a purchase through one of these links I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. To read more, please see my disclaimer.
Hello again you lovely people! It’s Wednesday again – I know, I need to try and keep better track of the days. But when the sun is out, one day rolls into another. Reading in the sun has to be one of the biggest highlights of being furloughed, so I decided to bring you an unprompted review of Girlfriend In A Coma!
I feel like I shouldn’t start today’s post with “Happy Wednesday!” – in fact, even sitting down to write this feels a little strange. It’s the middle of the morning. I should be answering work calls, fighting with pinking scissors on fluffy velvets, and invoicing out goods. But with work officially closed for at least the next 3 weeks, what better time to highlight a new book you could all be reading?
Two posts in one day? Oh you lucky people! As I was saying in my earlier post – Hypnos by Jon Biddle – I somehow managed to arrange to have two book reviews go live in the one day. So welcome back to Life With Ktkinnes, as we take a look at Tusker by Dougie Arnold. Continue reading “Tusker by Dougie Arnold*”
It’s a Wednesday again, and as we all are beginning to think what life may be like when we go on lockdown, I’m back with not one but two posts today – you lucky people! Continue reading “Hypnos by Jon Biddle*”
It’s Friday once again, and with it comes my last day of work for 2019! It’s been a whirlwind of a month, so I’m looking forward to getting into the office to clear out the desk and prepare for the new year. But before we can do that, how about a festive read? Continue reading “Christmas Shopaholic – A Christmas Book Review”
Happy Friday everyone! Today I’m in with an extremely late book review, and for that I sincerely apologise to both Melanie who organised the book tour for The Clouds Beyond Us, and Rahf AlRashidi the author of The Clouds Beyond Us.
It feels strange to be sitting at a desk again, typing up a blog post… and yet here we are! Elaine Everest is back with A Gift From Woolworths, and I can’t wait to share my thoughts on it with you all. Continue reading “A Gift From Woolworths*”
Happy Monday everyone! Why is it happy? Because I’m off work! Yes, 5 full blissful days of no work, plenty of family time, too much sports on TV, and getting time to read. Rachel had brought back her copy of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie for me to read, so of course I sat and read it in one day. But before we take a look at my thoughts on The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, who fancies a bit of a catch up? Continue reading “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”