Poor old Joe. He's such a sweet man. I really hope he's okay after(show spoiler)
I thought a blog would be a great way to exchange book recommendations as I love reading and writing reviews. I've also started putting pen to paper, and have recently completed a creative writing course. Maybe you'll be reading one of my books down the line!?
If you want to share about what you're reading, or anything at all for that matter, let loose and go for it!
This book was witten by the grandson of Gandhi and talks about how anger, which is now considered a taboo, is actually a gift, if utilised correctly.
Each chapter consists of a lesson from Ghandi and how it was related to Arun. He then considers this in a modern context.
Gandhi's right were abused AND he defended the rights of others, so this seemed perfect for the Human Rights square, number 7.
Already this audiobook is turning out to be wonderful. I can already see this being my top non-fiction read of the year.
"This is Hogswatch! It's supposed to be jolly, with mistletoe and holly, and-and other things ending in olly! It's a time when people want to feel good about things and eat until they explode! It's a time when they want to see all their relatives-" She stopped that sentence.
I laughed a lot at this! It describes it in a nutshell.
Thanks for getting me to start this again Broken Tune.
Some things are fairly odvious when it's a seven-foot skeleton with a scythe telling you them.
I've picked it up again and I'm laughing my ass off!
I've really been enjoying this, but I've been getting a little confused, so I'm going to go back to the beginning of the series and read The Colour of Magic. I don't want my appreciation of the author to be muddied by frustration! Hopefully I can join in another buddy read in the future. Have a brilliant time all of you participating. I hope you enjoy my updates about The Colour of Magic which will be hitting your screens ASAP.