Book Friday: Home for the Soul by Sara Bird and Dan Duchars

And once again it is Friday,and I end up writing a book review. The passage of my time is marked only by weekly events like Book Friday, Roast Dinner on a Sunday and Quiz Monday (TV quizzes back to back for the whole evening: love it) Without external pressures of groups, meetings and more, I have noticed my interests becoming more insular this year. My … Continue reading Book Friday: Home for the Soul by Sara Bird and Dan Duchars

Book Friday: Steady (Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral) by Dr Sarb Johal

After yesterday’s slightly losing it, I did what I always did. At times like this, I channel my inner Hermione and search my shelves. My shelves nowadays are mostly virtual and Kindle based, so I looked in my virtual stacks and found a book I bought last week in a book-buying spree, but had not yet read: Steady (Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral) … Continue reading Book Friday: Steady (Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral) by Dr Sarb Johal

Book Friday: The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron.

My word for the year is CREATIVITY and my intention is to live my live creatively, with a focus on adopting good habits, adapting situations to suit me and using my talents to create more and better both through writing, art and other creative methods themselves. It’s partly inspired by my decision to reread Simple Abundance properly every day as I outlined in my post … Continue reading Book Friday: The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron.

Christmas of Hope 2020: The Spirits of All Three Shall Live Within Me

On December 19th 1843, a small, slim volume of a book was published. With a red cloth cover, gilt edgings and priced at five shillings, the cost of printing had to be born by Dickens himself. His Publishers, shy after the woeful success (or lack of it) of Martin Chuzzlewit, refused to pay for the printing. Only 6,000 copies were printed in that first run. … Continue reading Christmas of Hope 2020: The Spirits of All Three Shall Live Within Me

Book Friday: The Twelve Reads of Christmas.

Some days you wake up brim full of life, optimism and opportunity, keen to embrace the world and get on with life. Some days you don’t. I’m not too bad today, honestly: I could have done with sitting in my cosy home for another couple of hours. I’d have enjoyed a second cup of tea today, but needs must and my best blog writing happens … Continue reading Book Friday: The Twelve Reads of Christmas.