Hello my lovelies!
How are you? I’m so glad that you found time for coffee with me for this week’s Weekend Coffee Share! Come in, come in, what can I get you? I’ve just made coffee but I can also put the kettle on.
It’s a nice day out but a bit chillier than it was, so while the windows are open and letting the fresh spring air in, I think it’d be too cold to actually sit outside on the patio today – unless you want to wrap up in blankets, then I’m all for it!
If we were having coffee today, you’d notice I’m a bit giddy. Well, a few minor but good things happened this week and I’m excited.
Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee… On April 2
The April A-Z Challenge is only days away, and Study.Read.Write will be participating for the second time!
But what will I be blogging about?
It’s that time again!! Today’s the Theme Reveal!
NOTES FROM THE ROAD.
I figured after last year’s success with my travel posts, I’d continue where I left off. I’ll be adding a few posts about places Id love to go one day, but most I have visited and the photos are mine.
Here’s what the others will be blogging about. See you on April 1!
Hello my lovelies!
It’s so good to see you for our Weekend Coffee Share! I’ve still got a bit of a cough, but I am doing much better than I was last weekend!
So come in, make yourself comfy while I make us a nice hot cuppa of the tea or coffee of your choice.
What have you been up to this week?
Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee… On February 6
Read as part of my 60 Books Challenge: A mystery.
And Then There Were None is arguably the very best story the Grande Dame of Mystery Fiction, Agatha Christie, has ever written.
Originally published under the title Ten Little Niggers (or Ten Little Indians – back then these terms were not yet considered offensive), the story is about ten seemingly unrelated people who are lured to a remote island under false pretenses. It soon becomes apparent that there has to be a murderer among the group as one after the other is killed.
This story is THE whodunnit classic. Full of plot twists and red herrings, And Then There Were None stays gripping to the very last page, just as the protagonists stay classy and reserved in true British fashion. Even as the number of suspects decreases, readers are left wondering who the killer is and what their motives are.
Agatha Christie truly is a legend.