Hi, I'm linking back to The sunday post held by Kim, The Caffeinated Reviewer. Click on the link to access her post and discover plenty of great bloggers who are dying to share their book reviews, and other things, with you !
Just so you know, I'll probably start commenting starting on tuesday. On sundays, I'd rather save my time to spend with my family and on mondays, well : cleaning up, washing up, grocery shopping, driving kids to and from school, cooking and all that fun... This week was... unenventful. I felt particularly lazy. I read. I worked from home. I cooked. I slept. Lots of cats cuddling. No much to say.
Syrie James : The secret diaries of Charlotte Brontë
that I read for my Brontë mania
Julia Chapman : Date with malice (Dales detectives #2)
Nothing to do with the Brontës (happens), but set in Yorkshire
Ito Ogawa : Le jardin arc-en-ciel
(reviewed in French, since it's not published in English)
a short but efficient story about women and their "nerves"
at the beginning of the 20th century...
(review in French of a French comic)
I don't think it's been translated into English ? Too bad for you,
it's a delightfully irreverent series that I love to pieces !
Since I read a lot of classics, mostly Victorian but not only, I joined an online community of fellow classics lovers, I'm so excited about that !!! :
and click on the logo above to see the official blog
plus here's the post to a corresponding challenge that looks fun :
ON THE NET :
And now, for something completely different, I happened this week upon this UFO that gave me goosebumps : unconventional, original, catchy and surprising,it baffled me - love them ! And the video made me think of (a modern) Ran :
I didn't watch anything, except my old DVDs of Frasier, a series I absolutely love and that always makes me laugh and feel good :
Laouen trying to spot birds at the windows, hoping that one will come near. As you can see, it finally started freezing at night but the days are still somptuous :
So, did you start making any reading goals for 2021 ?... I have one in mind, long delayed but necessary...