A gorgeously illustrated book that explores love and the choices we make around it Continue reading This week I’m reading: Asphalt Blues by Jaouen Salaün
I didn’t set out to read such darkly disturbing books this month, but here we are at the end of October and looking back, these books are linked by threads of immorality, manipulation and murder. Continue reading October reading round-up: a suitably dark choice of books for the Halloween season
There’s a dark secret that casts a shadow over everything, despite the relentless sunshine. Continue reading I finished a whole book! Heatwave by Victor Jestin reignited my reading mojo.
Macintyre has done a tremendous job researching what happened and retelling it like a thriller, with romance, war, social history and a mystery all thrown in for good measure. Wonderful stuff. Continue reading A Foreign Field by Ben Macintyre: is all fair in love and war?
Looking back at my trip to Paris in the 90s. Continue reading Traveling Back In Time: Paris, 1995
When I was 19, I spent a week alone in Tokyo. This is my story. Continue reading A week alone in Tokyo
croissants and craziness Continue reading Working in a bakery