April Literary Quote:
“The April winds are magical,
And thrill our tuneful frames;
The garden-walks are passional
To bachelors and dames.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson, May-Day and other pieces
April was extremely busy. Both work-wise and family-wise, things just exploded, and left precious little time for anything else. There was quite a bit of travelling, mainly around Ireland, but also up the North, and we spent a very pleasant weekend in Belfast.
But get to read I did, albeit only five books which is way below my norm, and also managed an Author Interview. So here we are!
1: Seclusion – Jacqui Castle
A world where everyone has a job, no-one is hungry or homeless, and every need is catered for – all they want in return is your freedom.
2: Murder By The Book – Claire Harman
This is an account of a murder that happened in 1840, that…
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