What I Read – June 2015

Requiem for a Nun - William Faulkner (Penguin, 1961) Aside from As I Lay Dying, I haven't read much Faulkner so I can't say whether or not this book is typical of his style. The format is definitely unique. The action of the story is a play, centred around the death of a child and… Continue reading What I Read – June 2015

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A Dress for June

Unlike the past two years, I am making no attempt to do my usual 30 Day Dress Challenge. I still own lots of dresses but, to be completely honest, I do not currently own 30 dresses that fit me. (Just because something zips, doesn't mean it fits!) Plus, in past Junes I've been working and… Continue reading A Dress for June

What I Read – May 2015

Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis It's been a while since I read this one and so I'd forgotten that, well, not much happens in the story. It's a creative idea - bringing the Pevensie kids hundreds of years forward in Narnian history so that their return is like the return of King Arthur - but… Continue reading What I Read – May 2015