The LibrainFormer professional school librarian, now retired through chronic illness. Trying to keep cheerful by reading, drinking lots of tea, blogging my new life, and my love of bling!
Tag Archives: fantasy
I read a book by my favourite author this week. In fact, he is my favourite author of all time! Even more gratifying was the discovery that I had actually missed the fact that not just this book, but another … Continue reading
I have finished one book this week and am part-way through a second. Writing Monday’s post about Liberty of London’s Ianthe design took up a lot of time! C F Iggulden’s The Sword Saint is the concluding part of his … Continue reading
Well, I can actually write a proper post this week. OK, I only finished one ebook, but it was a very long one – more like two, or more, book lengths in one. In fact it was very satisfying to … Continue reading
Oh, I am reading such a good book this week! So enjoyable! Erm, the present tense in the first sentence is a big giveaway – I haven’t finished the book. In fact I am only about half way through. It … Continue reading
I have enjoyed and finished two books since I last wrote a Roundup post. Luckily, I am still managing to find enough on our library’s ebook site to keep me going and, therefore, avoid buying my own (more money for … Continue reading
I am very tired after over a week of difficult days for the family, so will have to make this post short but, I hope, sweet-ish! This week’s Reading Roundup is again about one book, but it was a long … Continue reading