Book Review: Last One at the Party, by Bethany Clift

Should you read a story set in a pandemic when you are living in a pandemic? Where will we be in 2023? How do I predict I would fare in a dystopian world? I answer all these questions and more! It’s 2023 and a deadly disease starts in a small town in the USA. ItContinue reading “Book Review: Last One at the Party, by Bethany Clift”

Kayaking, Hiking and Camping in Norway

When you’re just about ok at being outdoorsy Many moons ago (around March 2018) I found myself targeted with ads for travel companies offering kayaking adventures in Norway. There was one company in particular that kept popping up: Much Better Adventures. Eventually, I gave in and tapped on the link and within minutes I knewContinue reading “Kayaking, Hiking and Camping in Norway”

Book Review: The Cactus, by Sarah Haywood

‘I’m doing a charity pub crawl next month, and wondered if you’d sponsor me,’ he said. ‘I can email you the fundraising link direct, seeing as you’re not joining the twenty-first century any time soon.’ ‘ ‘What charity is it for?’ I asked, throwing down my pen. ‘I haven’t decided yet. I just need toContinue reading “Book Review: The Cactus, by Sarah Haywood”

Book Review: Lone Wolf, Jodi Picoult

I know I should refuse, make a clean break. Start driving back to the airport and book the first flight to Bangkok. But my head feels like it’s filled with flies, and regret tastes like almonds on the roof of my mouth. Lone Wolf My best friend knows me well: as part of my thirtiethContinue reading “Book Review: Lone Wolf, Jodi Picoult”