The Hollow Crown (Kingfountain #4) – Jeff Wheeler

I am back with my second review of the day, this time I read it myself instead of the narrator feeding me the lines!This is my 51st post and therefore there has to be a story attached to it as a celebration! Before I begin with the actual review I need to state that I… Continue reading The Hollow Crown (Kingfountain #4) – Jeff Wheeler


Multiple Wounds by Alan Russell

I am currently taking a course on creative writing, there was a discussion about narrative recently. I had been listening to this book for the past few evenings ( along with my crochet and my cooking)  and what struck me most was how much I wanted the narration to keep going.All the tips that were… Continue reading Multiple Wounds by Alan Russell

Historical fiction

The View from Castle Rock by Alice Munro

During middle school and slightly earlier, we had abundant access to Ruskin Bond, both at school and around. The reason I start with him is that multiple scenarios were repeated with slightly altered circumstances in more than one of his books. One assumption( of mine obviously) is that those were actual instances and he used… Continue reading The View from Castle Rock by Alice Munro