Books, books, books

My March read

Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier I’ll let you in on a secret. A work colleague recommended I fish around for books at charity shops, because let’s face it – reading can burn your pockets. Oh my. Her tip has been so welcome! These last two months, I’ve found books I’ve been dreaming to hold in … Continue reading

Books, books, books

The commute reading bug

Okazaki fragments, Plasmodium falciparum and phagocytosis. After three years of being engulfed (see what I did there?!), by scientific books, I realised I missed diving into another world temporarily. The end of further education and the start of employment, marked a return to a world of fiction. Folks, I’ve succumbed to becoming the β€˜commute reader.’ … Continue reading

Books, books, books

Text of the Day

“There are positive thoughts somewhere in people’s heads all the time. But somehow, even one negative thought will crowd them out. Maybe it is an evolutionary mechanism so we can focus on the problem at hand rather than rejoice in all things wonderful. Good memories have to make space for the next pain in the … Continue reading