I find you in a summer breeze and Sunday afternoons. I find you in a cup of tea, and the smell of morning rain. I find you in the chime of a bike bell, and the nostalgic taste of childhood sweets. I find you in the small things, in the significant insignificances.
Heart-breaking, laughter-inducing, page-turning. The best book I have read in a while. Wow. Just wow. I finished this book last night and needed to take a day to reflect on it before I began writing. I do not think I could thank Adam Kay enough for writing 'This Is Going To Hurt'. It has given [...]
What do I know about economics? Diddly-squat. Nil. Nothing. But this book taught me the absolute basics, and was also an enjoyable read. Can you ask for more? 'Freakonomics' is written by top economists Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, and was a best-seller when it came out. These two economists write about economics in a [...]
Note: Sorry I haven't written in so long! My new term at Uni has started and it is 50 Shades of Cray. I have a whole list of blog post ideas to do though so if you haven't already then please follow this blog so you never miss a new post! I'm sure you have [...]
By now you should all know what a massive Jon Ronson fan I am. I have already written two reviews of 'The Psychopath Test' and 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed', and I adored both of these books. Again, I did really enjoy this book, but I would not say it is as strong as the [...]
I am going to be a little biased in this review as I absolutely adore James Acaster and his comedy. I just feel he is so clever and so weird, and we all know I love a weirdo! I first truly appreciated his work when he released four of his stand ups on Netflix titled [...]
Anyone who is a regular to this blog knows that I am a massive fan of Jon Ronson. After reading 'The Psychopath Test' (the detailed and enthusiastic review for that is here) I went and bought all of his books and downloaded his podcasts. My next book of choice was 'So You've Been Publicly [...]