My first book was bad, but it doesn't matter because it turned out to be valuable in other ways. Here's why...
This true story sheds light on how your home is deeply connected to your sense of self and wrestles with some uncomfortable questions around home and homelessness.
A fresh spring reading list that will inspire you to read something a little out of your comfort zone.
Winter is in full swing here in Donegal and this means cold stormy days and long dark nights. In other words, it's the perfect time to curl up in front of a fire with a good book. Here are some of the books I’ll be reading when it’s cold and grey outside: 1. Jane Eyre … Continue reading Six books I’ll be reading this winter
Genre: Autobiography This is not a book I would pick out for myself. Believe it or not, I am not a big fan of teary tales, maybe because I cry easily enough as it is. But a friend, who is an avid reader herself, brought the book over to my house and said: “I think … Continue reading When Breath Becomes Air – Paul Kalanithi
Genre: Fiction While on our U.K. tour in April 2017 we spent a couple of days in Oxford. What could be a better souvenir than a book! I stumbled upon this second hand addition and at the time I could not remember what the story was about. But I had it on my “to read” … Continue reading Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder
This was my second Hemingway and one I’ve been meaning to read for ages. So when I found a copy in a charity shop I bought it immediately. I read it over two days during my trip to London in April 2018. On the airport, the plane or the numerous subway journeys, Hemingway immediately transported … Continue reading The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway