Category Archives: Books

What I’ve Read – March and April 2017

I missed posting What I’ve Read for March and April so I’m catching up. I was trying to get though the Kindle TBR list and started ok, then went off the rails. Oh well… Ysabel – Guy Gavriel Kay (Kindle … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – February 2017

I struggled with reading in February, I was stuck in a February and reading slump. Frustratingly, I have to send the Hamilton biography back to the library before I’ve finished it because someone has reserved it. The major problem with … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – January 2017

So we start again with a new year of reading. Hard Hitter – Sarina Bowen (Kindle bought) We have already established that I like Sarina Bowen and her books are more or less autobuy for me. So, this is the … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – December 2016

I didn’t read much in December. Nine books might seem like a lot but I took most of the month to read Gentleman Bastards book and A Darker Shade of Magic. Most of the rest were read in the last … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – November 2016

I have to admit it’s been a quiet month for reading. I just haven’t had the time. In November I priotised sleep and being organised over reading and I also decided to tackle a book that required more attention and … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – October 2016

October has not been a reading month. No real reason, I’ve been sick and or busy and while generally on work days I read for about an hour a day, the weekends have been busy with allotment, nephews and rescuing … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Halloween Pumpkin Trail

The Halloween Pumpkin Trail was a success, we think we had about 2,000 people and we raised roughly £4,000. Plots were decorated, cakes, mulled wine, soup and hot dogs were sold and everyone seemed to be supportive of the allotments. … Continue reading

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