Book review: G.M. Malliet’s The Haunted Season

As you know, I’ve been avidly reading my way through the pile of books that I happened upon thanks to my building’s internal facebook-group-of-sharing-all-the-things. This was book three of this haul, and I’ve read another two and a bit of the remaining ones. This book, as I found shortly into the first chapter, is actuallyContinue reading “Book review: G.M. Malliet’s The Haunted Season”

Book review: Howl’s Moving Castle

After reading the rather intense and historical Mr Peacock’s Possessions, I turned my attention to one of the books that I found through our building’s system of ‘abandon crap I’m otherwise donating to the charity shops outside my door for a couple of hours to see if I can avoid the trip to the donationContinue reading “Book review: Howl’s Moving Castle”

Book(s) review: James Herriot’s collected works

Having moved to the UK a bit over six months ago, and having spent three of those months pretty much limited to my flat, I have not had the chance to explore the country like I was hoping to. I know I still have a lot of time to get exploring, and I am soContinue reading “Book(s) review: James Herriot’s collected works”

Superstition

Some great and interesting funk to flow over my Friday evening as I sit down for my daily habit. I’m also cranking out this blog as I wait for the next league on Path of Exile to start… a whole four minutes away at time of typing. I’ve been struggling with this weird form ofContinue reading “Superstition”