June Reading 💛📚

My reading in June has been up and down but has ended on a definite high and I’ve read some books I have really enjoyed in the last few weeks. I started at the same keen pace I’ve been reading the last few months with Dawn O’Porter’s Paper Aeroplanes, an easy-to-read and absorbing young adultContinue reading “June Reading 💛📚”

May books

Good Wives – Louisa May Alcott May’s arrival found me still seeking out some pandemic comfort reading, and having re-read the first volume of Little Women back in March in the very first week of lockdown, I’ve now enjoyed reading the second, Good Wives, for the first time. Picking up where I’d left off withContinue reading “May books”

February Reads 📖❤️

Continuing on with a monthly round-up of the books I’m reading as the year rolls on, just a few thoughts on the varied but lovely stack that’s kept me going in February.. ❤️ Jill Has Two Ponies by Ruby Ferguson This month found me with my very own childhood dream-pony on my mind a lotContinue reading “February Reads 📖❤️”

John Grogan’s Marley & Me

John Grogan’s autobiographical Marley & Me is a funny, honest and heart-warming story not just about the life of the eponymous Marley, but the family he was adopted into and the inevitable ups and downs of their lives, shared with their faithful – if a little chaotic – dog. Taking him from puppyhood right throughContinue reading “John Grogan’s Marley & Me”

The Man Who Listens to Horses – Monty Roberts

My battered but well-loved copy of Monty Roberts’ The Man Who Listens to Horses is a book I’ve been reading and re-reading since I was twelve years old. Having first picked it up when owning a horse of my own was nothing more than a distant dream, I rifled through it continually for help andContinue reading “The Man Who Listens to Horses – Monty Roberts”