This is one massive dilemma for literary types such as myself! I’m torn between Narnia, Hogwarts and  the Tardis!

Literary doors (via “I didn’t put my name in that cup, I don’t want eternal glory.” on Facebook)

“And I came to believe that good and evil are names for what people do, not for what they are. All we can say is that this is a good deed, because it helps someone or that’s an evil one because it hurts them. People are too complicated to have simple labels.”

The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman

What I am reading:

“The Shining” by Stephen King – I’m still reading it!

What I have finished reading this week:



Other Bookish Things:

I went to my local Waterstones the other day for a decent wander around (usually when I end up there, it’s because I’ve popped in just before I go home). This time I bought a copy of “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. When we had the horrendous floods in December 2015, I was coming back from a day trip and got stuck miles from home due to lack of trains and road access. This meant I couldn’t get home for 2 nights but my friend’s mum kindly took me in. She let me read her copy of this book but I only got halfway through and because it was a library book, I couldn’t borrow it. Waterstones had the paperback on offer at half price so I decided to get myself a copy so I can finally finish it!

“The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins (via Goodreads)