Well, well, well. Back in July, I thought I’d never make it here. I still remember the days when crying and meltdowns were my daily ritual, and the longest stretch of sleep I ever got during the night was a measly 2.5 hours. In those days, it was hard to believe that life could ever get better. To my amazement, it has. Last night, in fact, the little bub … Read more →
I can’t believe I actually hit my Camp NaNoWriMo goal in July. Granted I had to cheat and adjust my initial 20,000-word editing goal down to 15,000, but that was fully justified, methinks, given that my little one arrived 8 days earlier than his due date. So yay! My first Camp NaNo participation and win, and with that,
As of yesterday, I have also survived my first month as a … Read more →
What's better than reading a bloody good thriller? It's knowing that the bloody (literally bloody) good thriller is a 100% true account.
Before this book I knew the Ebola virus was scary, but I'd never appreciated just how scary it really is.
I loved the way Preston explained the science and medical aspects of the Ebola epidemic in a way that a complete science-dud like me could understand and find … Read more →
On 2 July 2020, I became a
MILF mum (though I might one day earn my MILF status yet… when the stars align).
In other words, Happy First Week to my baby boy! And happy first projectile poop too.
As relieved and grateful as I am about having my healthy and adorable baby in my arms, I'm not going to pretend that life is now filled with pink hearts and … Read more →
Umm. Wow. And to think this was a book I started months ago, felt it was so much of a slog in the early chapters that I almost gave up and dumped in the DNF pile…
Once the action began, this story was plot twist after plot twist; when I thought there couldn't possibly be more plot twists, well, of course there were more. And they were … Read more →