My Thoughts on Two Non-Fiction reads

Dry by Augustin Burroughs Published by Atlantic Books 4/5 I think I prefer that second cover. Dry is the story of Augustin, of his drinking which isn’t a problem, of entering rehab at the request of his employers, and then navigating life on the outside: sober. I highlighted this part - when Augustin began to … Continue reading My Thoughts on Two Non-Fiction reads

A Film Noir student, John – Paul George ‘Ringo’ & the residents in a care home strike up alliances. In The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert: Aged 19 going on 90 by David M. Barnett.

Book Review The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert Aged 19 going on 90 David M. Barnett Trapeze (ARC sent by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review) AMAZON / BN / WATERSTONES / INDIEBOUND Jennifer is a student, studying film noir. With student accommodation not yet built she is living off campus … Continue reading A Film Noir student, John – Paul George ‘Ringo’ & the residents in a care home strike up alliances. In The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert: Aged 19 going on 90 by David M. Barnett.

My thoughts on the finding of Martha Lost by Caroline Wallace

This book started well. Love the year it's in and the setting. It felt like a good beginning to a fantasy novel. It kind of felt like The Borrowers or something. Then it went on and didn't really go anywhere, it faded and i was disappointed because i really liked the opening chapters and the … Continue reading My thoughts on the finding of Martha Lost by Caroline Wallace

My thoughts on Breeda Looney Steps Forth by Oliver Sands

Hello. Hope you are all keeping well. Self-isolating here in the UK and getting through my tbr pile. Isolation isn't far from the norm for me anyway. We have to just stay safe, healthy and look out for each other. After her mother's death &a suicide attempt directionless Breeda decides to finally clear out her … Continue reading My thoughts on Breeda Looney Steps Forth by Oliver Sands

From New Zealand. Poems from Digging Holes to Another Continent, a poetry chapbook by Isabelle Kenyon ( @kenyon_isabelle )

Hahei Beach at 7pm Heads bobbing like seals, squeals the unique frequency of teenage years too old to play sand castles, adrenaline – coursed veins cannot process the cold without an allergic reaction (survival purpose: unconscious attract attention, a male, procreate). Bodies of potential, naturally bleached by gentle sun rays.     The Drive To … Continue reading From New Zealand. Poems from Digging Holes to Another Continent, a poetry chapbook by Isabelle Kenyon ( @kenyon_isabelle )