Humour, Non Fiction

You Couldn’t Make It Up…!: Unpublished Letters to The Daily Telegraph by Kate Moore

When I was younger, I loved looking at letters to editors from magazines like the Reader's digest. I do not remember which version we got, but they did have people from other parts of the world and fewer contributions from India locally. This changed over the years, and so did the humour, but I remember… Continue reading You Couldn’t Make It Up…!: Unpublished Letters to The Daily Telegraph by Kate Moore

Arts & Crafts& food, Non Fiction

Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine by by Michelle Anderson

It has been a while since I picked a recipe book to scan through. I own a bread machine that I only used for the same standard function that worked. I have made pizza dough more often than actual bread, if I actually think about it. This is a very well placed collection. The information… Continue reading Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine by by Michelle Anderson

Historical fiction, Young Adult/Children

Every Now and Then by Lesley Kagen

The book is an immersive experience. It delves into a friendship between three girls rarely seen nowadays (I personally haven't, given most people's frequent movement). The picture painted shows both the good and the bad of an older time, with lesser supervision which comes with its own issues.Our narrator is an old woman now and… Continue reading Every Now and Then by Lesley Kagen

Mystery

The Honjin Murders and The Inugami Curse by Seishi Yokomizo

This is the first Japanese translation mystery that I have read, and this must be taken into account with regards to my ratings. The first book of the reprints was The Honjin Murders. The story begins in a small town with the arrival of a disfigured man. This coincides with the marriage of one of… Continue reading The Honjin Murders and The Inugami Curse by Seishi Yokomizo