Adventure, Non Fiction

Shape of a Boy by Kate Wickers

I am not an avid traveller by today's terms (even pre-pandemic), but I have done my fair share. I was drawn to this memoir because of the unique perspective of travelling with children in tow.In the author's position as a travel journalist, she gets offers to stay and write about those experiences. This also means… Continue reading Shape of a Boy by Kate Wickers

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Celebrations at the Chateau by Jo Thomas

I have read quite a few of the books with the storyline in this one. One or two more reviews are still to be written. Despite that fact, I enjoy the tale's unfolding for differing reasons. In this review (obviously), I will discuss why this story worked for me.The first part of the story begins… Continue reading Celebrations at the Chateau by Jo Thomas