thoughts | ASOIAF

If you’re in the know, then you’d know what that acronym means. If you not, I’ll tell you, I am another blogger writing about A Song of Fire and Ice commonly known as Game of Thrones, well I wanted to through my own two cents into the pot. But I won’t be writing about every […]

thoughts | audiobooks

So my eReader died a misfortunate death some 5 months ago on route to London. And for a while after that time I felt rather lost, quite lost to be honest. For how do I read books without my beloved eReader? Yes, yes, there is the conventional route of buying a paperback book and carrying […]

thoughts | Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay

*Will contain spoilers* Tigana is a fantasy novel by Canadian author Guy Gavriel Kay and it’s a novel that deals with the issue of memory, patriotism, freedom and identity. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and the themes struck a chord with my life. Kay weaved a marvellous story with this novel which was first released […]

thoughts | Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Photo: I jumped onto the Outlander bandwagon after the first season, because if you’ve seen it, you’ll understand why. The Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon is an intriguing historical, fantasy, romance novel. It centres around Claire who is torn between two times, lives and loves. Claire travels back from her present in the 1940s to […]

books, books, books

Kobo and a cup of tea, what more could you ask for. How I love to curl up with a good book and read. I could spend hours a day reading and hours the next and the next. Which is exactly what I’ve been doing this summer I voraciously went through 10 books: (in alphabetical […]

The real thing?

I recently purchased a Kobo: one of the older models which doesn’t have a backlight, which is so very annoying, but I digress. I purchased this because travelling with a bunch of books is a prospect I was not looking forward too; nor could I just bring one book and read it multiple times; nor […]

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