Here we go again…

It’s Juneathon time! The annual ‘run every day in June’ and then blog about it shenanigans. I love Juneathon. Juneathon has changed over the years, it used to be an actual ‘thing’ – it had a website, you had to log your miles and publish your blog – now I think it might have a […]

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Book 11 of 2021

The Resident by David Jackson The third thriller of the year – I loved it – best so far. I would highly recommend this if you are into thrillers. It is disturbingly creepy at times but also darkly funny. Thomas Brogan is a serial killer on the run. He finds himself in an abandoned end […]

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Book 10 of 2021

Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes This was quite a shift in reading material: from the 600+ pages of a Pulitzer Prize winner to a very short teenage novel dealing with racism, death and the fight for justice. The story follows a young black boy who has been shot and killed by a white police […]

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