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Inver

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  1. Janet's Log - Stardate 2017

    I'm reading The Black House just now by Peter May. Gave hubby the trilogy few years ago and thought I would give them a go...enjoying it so far.
  2. Diane's Reading List - 2017

    Oops...here I go again, not finishing one book before I start another, but I had to....you see I needed a thinner book to put in my bag to take in to town with me so I had something to read when I stopped for a coffee...! 'Life After You' by Lucie Brownlee
  3. Tennis

    What a final between Rafa and Roger...amazing stuff.
  4. Peace's Reads 2017

    Oh what a wonderful looking home you are going to have...love the porch and all that lovely wood inside. It looks very well kept...how exciting for you. And happy reading in 2017.
  5. What's the weather like?

    We just had a bit of snow tonight, but now turned to rain...supposed to be sunny tomorrow...watch this space
  6. I've added another 4 Hayley....I like things to be a round number. I pinched it from you, but I might change things though if I find other categories.
  7. Tennis

    Shame Johanna Konta didn't make the final....but when those Williams sisters are playing, hardly anyone else gets a shout. The men's final tomorrow should be a good one though Federer v Nadal ..... wonder if it will be a 5 setter. Hayley I have been getting up at stupid o'clock to watch games I've wanted to see.
  8. Chaliepud's 2017 Reading Log

    Glad you enjoyed the Chris Cleave Hayley. I've read 'The Other Hand' and 'Gold' (I have Gold if you wanted to borrow). I too enjoyed his writing. This one sounds good too.
  9. Rest in Peace

    Olivander is not more....I light a wand....RIP John Hurt
  10. A book you read in school A book from your childhood A book published over 100 years ago A book published in the last year A non-fiction book - 'The Penguin Lessons' by Tom Michell (Jan 2017) A book written by a male author - 'Rough Music' by Patrick Gale A book written by a female author - 'Song of the Skylark' by Erica James A book by someone who isn’t a writer (think Paul Kalathani or Richard Branson) A book that became/is becoming a film A book published in the 20th Century A book set in your hometown/region A book with someone’s name in the title - 'Harry the Poisonous Centipede's Big Adventure' by Lynn Reid Banks A book with a number in the title - '6 Rainier Drive' by Debbie Macomber (Jan 2017) A book with a character with your first name A book someone else recommended to you - 'The Bees' by Laline Paull A book with over 500 pages - 'House Rules' by Jodi Picoult A book you can finish in a day - 'Harry the Poisonous Centipede' by Lynne Reid Banks A previously banned book A book with a one-word title - 'Reflection' by Diane Chamberlain A book translated from another language A book that will improve a specific area of your life A memoir or journal - 'Life After You' by Lucie Brownlee (Feb 2017) A book written by someone younger than you A book somewhere you have visited/or a place name in title - 'A Week in Paris' by Rachel Hore An award-winning book A self-published book A book with a season in the title A book with a colour in the title - 'The Black House' by Peter May (Feb 2017) A book with a café/tearoom/restaurant theme 'The Beach Cafe' by Lucy Diamond (Jan '18) A book with an animal/bird either in title/character 'The Nightingale' by Kristin Hannah
  11. 2016 Books 'Pandora's Box' by Giselle Green - review here 'If My Father Loved Me' by Rosie Thomas - review here
  12. Diane's Reading List - 2017

    '6 Ranier Drive' by Debbie Macomber I wanted an easy read so this fitted the bill. One of the Cedar Cove series, #6. I think I have read another of this series so I remembered some of the characters. Good to have a who is who at the beginning of the book as I kept forgetting the relationships to the characters. It was an OK read based on who set fire to 'The Lighthouse' restaurant and interlinked with other storylines. Enjoyable enough but given there are a lot more in the series I won't go out of my way to read all the rest, even if there are a few storylines that will continue. If I come across another by accident, then so be it. I didn't dislike the book as I do enjoy Debbie Macomber reads. 3/5 (I can add this to the 'number' book in my reading challenge)
  13. Diane's Reading List - 2017

    Having ordered it Claire I had no idea of the font size before hand....have to wear my most recent prescription specs for this one...
  14. The Last Film You Saw - 2017

    Took myself to see La La Land yesterday, was ok...escapism, but I was expecting it to be more of a modern old fashioned type musical but it wasn't really. Don't really know why it is up for so many nominations!
  15. Intermediate books

    Have you tried Jenny Colgan. Romantic comedy, reads very easy to read. https://www.fantasticfiction.com/c/jenny-colgan/
  16. Your Book Activity - January 2017

    Oops...what is this...3 weeks in to 2017 and I've bought a book...well have seen it so many times on facebook book pages that I had to finally get a copy of 'The Nightingale' by Kristin Hannah...and Hayley has always recommended. Nearly finished '6 Rainier Drive' Debbie Macomber.
  17. Diane's Reading List - 2017

    I do wear specs for reading and close work....but might need a magnifying glass....I've haven't seen such small writing in a book for a long time..
  18. The Last Film You Saw - 2017

    A friend and I went to see 'Lion' on Monday at our wee local cinema....wow what a lovely, if emotional, film.....based on a true story....recommend.
  19. Ingredients you can't live without

    Always in the trolley.... Bananas Apples Carrots Broccoli Green Beans/leeks/onions Lentils Bread Chicken/mince Tunnock's tea cakes Potato
  20. Diane's Reading List - 2017

    Bought today through many recommendations for this one (Hayley/Chaliepud).....'The Nightingale' by Kristin Hannah Only complaint I have and didn't realise is, why is the writing so small...?
  21. Book Titles A to Z

    Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
  22. Almost ...2...knitting and tennis getting on the way at the moment...
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  25. Tennis

    Well I stayed up and watched it all..... ...gutted they both went out but they played so well as did their opponents. Been some really good tennis to be honest. Yes Konta last one standing I hope she does well, she really has been awesome...
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