Review – Audiobook: ‘Snowblind’ by Ragnar Jónasson

Ari Thór Arason is a rookie cop, offered his first posting in the remote fishing village of Siglufjörður in Northern Iceland. The town is so remote that it can only be reached by passing through a mountain tunnel. The residents have been there that long, most born and bred in town, that everyone knows everyone, [...]

Busy Weekend … (Not really)

So. I'm trying hard to get back on top of things. Failing miserably but at least I'm giving it a shot, right? In spite of being tired and probably stressed, I managed to read a couple of books this week. Actually, read read rather than listen read (although I did that too). First up was The [...]

The Discovery.

She should have been there first. Alone. This was her time. The hike to the summit took thirty-five minutes. Slower than usual, but then she was out of practice. Work, family drama and a seasonal cold had all conspired to break her old routine. The path had been thick with mud, the soil churned by [...]

Book Review – ‘Christmas at the Little Village Bakery’ by Tilly Tennant (@TillyTenWriter)

A welcome return to Honeybourne in this feel good christmas romance with extra added cake. Spencer has returned to Honeybourne for Christmas with his American Fiancé Tori. Reluctantly having agreed to play host to both sets of parents on Christmas day, Spencer knows that when his relaxed and carefree parents meet Tori's more uptight parents, [...]

I’m a blog slacker…

... I'm not proud of that fact but there you go. It is what it is. It's an extremely busy time for me at work, budgets, coffee related projects from hell and a dozen or so depot visits have really blown my mind (and drained my reserves of energy leaving room for the invasion of [...]