Non Fiction

Sitopia: How to Live Well on a Hungry Planet by Carolyn Steel

I did not participate in Non-fiction November to the extent I wanted to this year. I barely squeaked in an entry for week 1 and the rest of it I never kept track or added to my list, I did not make any further entries. I am just happy to wrap up the month with… Continue reading Sitopia: How to Live Well on a Hungry Planet by Carolyn Steel

Historical fiction, Young Adult/Children

The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones By Daven McQueen

Due to multiple reasons I have been off the blog for a while. Hopefully I will kickstart the process again. So much so, my Nonfiction November stands at only a post for the first week and I might just be making one for the last! This was a fascinating book to encounter. I do not… Continue reading The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones By Daven McQueen

Adventure, Historical fiction

A Dangerous Language (#8) & A Testament of Character (#10) – A Rowland Sinclair Mystery by Sulari Gentill

I have read a few books out of order of this series, but each of them wanting to meet these people again My reviews are linked below: For once I picked up where I had left off in this series. I read the previous book and knew the mental state of everyone involved. After a… Continue reading A Dangerous Language (#8) & A Testament of Character (#10) – A Rowland Sinclair Mystery by Sulari Gentill

Non Fiction

Bears: Stunning Photographs of All the World’s Species by Tom Jackson

I have read two other books in this series: After checking out two other animals in this series, I had to peruse through this as well. A few years ago, unexpectedly, my husband and I chanced upon a black mother bear and her three cubs. We had seen them cross the road in the national park earlier,… Continue reading Bears: Stunning Photographs of All the World’s Species by Tom Jackson

Fantasy, Humour, Mystery

Investigation, Mediation, Vindication (The Many Travails of John Smith, #1) by Chris Tullbane

Book is still available to request on NetGalley till Oct 22nd There are weird and wacky stories, and there are those that work well only in that exact combination. When I started reading this book, I found it entertaining. The deeper I got into the story, the narration had me laughing out loud so many… Continue reading Investigation, Mediation, Vindication (The Many Travails of John Smith, #1) by Chris Tullbane