Posts Categorized: The Book Corner

The Book Corner: 2016 Recent Reads Part – 2

  We’re halfway through April and I’m already making good progress on my reading goal of the year. My original GoodReads challenge was to read 50 books in 2016, so far I’m onto book 21. Now I don’t want to get too excited, but it’s looking like I might actually complete this challenge this year –… Read more »

The Book Corner: Four Favourite Reads

Happy Monday everyone! Are we all ready to take on the world and get all the things done? I’m determined to have a productive week ahead of my trip to Bruges this weekend and the resulting two-day week when I’m back! Fingers crossed that works! Anyway, back to the point of this post: books! I’ve read… Read more »

The Book Corner: 2016 Recent Reads – Part 1

These past few weeks have been great ones for reading, so far I’ve read 8 books and counting. If this continues then hopefully I can complete my GoodReads challenge this year, rather than fail miserably. Which is what happened in 2015. So far this year I’m making more use of my commute and even taking… Read more »

The Book Corner: A Few Favourite Reads

Let’s talk about books. It’s been a while since we’ve had a bookish conversation around here. In truth I fell out of reading at the end of last year. Life just got too busy, there was so much going on, commutes were spent catching up on emails and other life/work admin tasks, weekends and evenings… Read more »

The Book Corner: Bookshelf Decisions

Book worm. Book lover. Bookish. Book obsessed. Those are just some of the words I’d use to describe myself. But the name isn’t important, not really, what’s important is that these words mean one thing. That bookshelves were a priority in our new house. So making a bookshelf decision is a big deal for us…. Read more »

The Book Corner: The Illustrated Harry Potter

Let me introduce you to the beautiful illustrated version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. As soon as I knew that this book was planned I began anticipating its arrival. I was intrigued to see how Jim Kay, the illustrator, would interpret J.K. Rowling’s well-known, and well-loved, wizarding world. Once I had my hands on this… Read more »