Disclaimer As a child, I loved to read. Books, comics, the ingredients list of food packets, whatever I could get my hands on containing words in the English language. It was not uncommon for my family to be going out and I would hold them up just to finish one more page of whatever book … Continue reading A Library of Wellbeing
I’ve been a little quiet on the blog lately. After spending much of my writing time editing and proofreading A Tale in Few Words (available to pre-order on Kindle now ready for launch day on the 31st March), I am now busy promoting it online, while taking a little break from writing anything new. As … Continue reading The book is so much better than the film!
In 2018, for my final post as a trainee psychiatrist, I found myself in a placement nearly 100km from my home. The placement was only for a year, so I was hardly going to up sticks and move closer, and I am not sure my wife would have been too keen even if I did … Continue reading Long live the CD!
When I think back over the books I have read to date, they do tend to stick to a small range of genres. As a child and teenager, I could often be found lost in a non-fiction book, the Horrible Histories series being particular favourites, while my fictional choices included Harry Potter (of course), as … Continue reading The genre-busting reader