Random Fiction

There’s No Such Thing as an Easy Job by Kikuko Tsumura

Translated by Polly Burton In between my other reads, I recently managed to squeeze in a few books from my library. On the heels of the last Japanese translated work, this is another strange book that I read at the right time. A lot of my personal experience went into colouring my read of this… Continue reading There’s No Such Thing as an Easy Job by Kikuko Tsumura

Drama, Fantasy, Random Fiction

Lonely Castle in the Mirror by Mizuki Tsujimura

My interest in writing reviews is waning again, mostly because I do not actually sit in front of the computer. Once I start typing, the clickety-clack of the keyboard I have gives me the push to want to write something unique and entertaining (Is this just me? or do you feel annoyed by the noise?).… Continue reading Lonely Castle in the Mirror by Mizuki Tsujimura

Random Fiction, Short Stories

Hotel Du Jack And Other Stories by Dan Brotzel

I waffled quite a bit, back and forth with a lot of points for either idea about expanding on individual stories or writing an all-encompassing review. The latter plan gained more traction when I started listing out personal one line reactions and realised it would involve me saying more than the book does during a… Continue reading Hotel Du Jack And Other Stories by Dan Brotzel

Random Fiction

The Colors of All the Cattle (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency #19) by Alexander McCall Smith

            This is the most prolific series that I have followed. My library seems to be as big a fan of the series as I happen to be (or whoever triggers these purchases). Each of these titles leads back to my old reviews, and the most adventurous of visitors to my blog might venture to… Continue reading The Colors of All the Cattle (No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency #19) by Alexander McCall Smith