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!
- Reading roundup 08/07/20
- Update 06/07/20 with a lovely gift from a lovely friend
- Update 03/07/20 – new season Plumes en Fête shawl colours!
- Reading roundup 01/07/20
- Update 29/06/20: It’s here at last – Massaccesi reveal!
- Update 26/06/20
- Reading roundup 24/06/20
- Update 22/06/20 with Hermès’ new season scarves!
- Update 19/06/20
- Reading roundup 17/06/20
Tag Archives: thrillers
To make up for the non-post last week, I read two books this week. And they were both great books! The first was The Silent Wife by Karin Slaughter (Will Trent #10). I was so lucky to be able to … Continue reading
I have watched a lot of TV this week but also finished two books. One was really gripping, the other somewhat disappointing. The first book was Alison Bruce’s The Calling, #03 in her D.C. Gary Goodhew Mustery series. Here is … Continue reading
So, we are now in the second month of 2020! I am pleased that I am still able to read ebooks and, looking back over my blog, it seems that I am finding it slightly easier to do so than … 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
This first Reading Roundup of the year covers the last books that I finished in 2019 and the first of 2020. Unfortunately, I have to tell you that I am still struggling with book reading since the stroke at the … Continue reading
As I missed writing last week’s roundup post, I decided to split the fortnight’s reading into two separate posts, yesterday’s and today’s. Here are a few more books… Zima Blue and Other Stories by Alastair Reynolds was a fascinating short … Continue reading
It is two weeks since I last wrote one of these Reading Roundups and so I think that I will break up the long list of books into two posts, with the second one tomorrow. My first book was Nora … Continue reading