The Insulin Express by Oren Liebermann

Hi all, this last title caught my eye some months ago as it had the words ‘travel’ and ‘diabetes’ in the description. I felt myself drawn to it as diabetes runs in my own family and as a result I find myself thinking twice about the things I eat and my lifestyle. Although I have my own raft of health issues; they become quite insignificant compared to the trials faced by the author of this book. So, if you or someone you know is facing a serious illness, have a read of this memoir if you need some inspiration. 

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Brotherhood by Deepak Chopra

Hello all to this last post for June!! This post is a biography that caught my eye a few years ago, and being the generous person that I am, passed it onto my mother, who ended up recommended it to her friends before I had a chance to read it!! Yes, the book was that good. If you want to find out more, read on… (I did read it in the end!!)

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The Trivia Lover’s Guide to the World by Gary Fuller

Hi there, this fourth post is actually an adult non-fiction title. Just to put this particular title into context, you need to know a little bit more about my crazy childhood. I must confess to you now, it was filled with trivia in all shapes and sizes. So obviously when this delightful book fell into my hands I was giddy with joy and proceeded to read it from cover to cover. If you enjoy trivia like me; then have a read of this review. Continue reading “The Trivia Lover’s Guide to the World by Gary Fuller”