'The Paper Palace' was an ideal summer read during the intense heatwave over the past week or so.
Well, it's been a short while since I posted, but as I said in this post, I am busy writing my Masters dissertation over the summer, leaving me little time to think about anything else!
The Instant details Liptrot's travels to Berlin, where she decides to spend the year working and adventuring.
After last week's review, I was reluctant to pick up another fiction book as I knew Mary Beth Keane's 'Ask Again, Yes' would be a hard act to follow.
You know that feeling if you're a fiction reader: you think about the characters when you're doing other things, and genuinely feel bereft when you have to let them go at the end of the book.
Setting a Walking Challenge could be as beneficial for you as running.
In an effort to tame my unruly note keeping, I have tried many different systems, read many different books and blog posts, most specifically on building better habits into my days and weeks.
I started the challenge back in January to try to kick-start my lagging reading habit and improve my focus and concentration.