Readathon April 2013 Hour 01! – It starts…

I am here! I am starting my readathon. Unfortunately I am struggling with a naff internet connection in a pub, where I am currently half listening to the meeting of the convention I help run. Now I will begin reading my first book of the day. My laptop is not plugged in, and the connection … Continue reading Readathon April 2013 Hour 01! – It starts…

Review – How to Teach by Phil Beadle

How to Teach Phil Beadle Paperback | 239 pages    Phil Beadle is one amazing man. He is well known for his books on teaching, and his documentaries in which he transforms the lives of pupils through his teaching skills.  I absolutely loved watching 'The Unteachables" where he really tried to connect to the pupils … Continue reading Review – How to Teach by Phil Beadle

Inspired by ~ Kim & her review of Ruby Red (Edelstein Trilogie #1) by Kerstin Gier

Kim's Review of Ruby Red (Edelstein Trilogie #1) by Kerstin Gier. This book sounds just up my street! I'm a big fan of time-travel, historical novels, and young adult romance. Also fiction in translation, which is essentially what this is. A  story translated from the German. I am intrigued. Will review as soon as I … Continue reading Inspired by ~ Kim & her review of Ruby Red (Edelstein Trilogie #1) by Kerstin Gier

First post!

*obligatory first post chat*   I have lost count of how many times I have made a first post in a blog, promising to regularly update and inform, review, write and create etc etc. Problem is, I have also lost count of how many have fallen to the wayside, abandoned by me as my procrastination … Continue reading First post!