Part 3 of my Great Plastics Project takes me back to compare my plastics use in April 2022 with 2021, as reported in this post. And… it’s time for #30DaysWild again, but I haven’t signed up for it because… why?
Part 2 of my Great Plastics Project is to analyse the contents of my month’s accumulation of plastic and work out where it can go. If I can’t recycle it, I want to work out how to avoid bringing it
Vesper Flights is the new book by the author of H is for Hawk, which has been on my list for ages. I’m very grateful to Net-Galley and the publishers, Random House Jonathan Cape, for the opportunity of a pre-release
Doggerland relates to the land under the North Sea, off the coast of East Anglia, where the Dogger Bank forms a great sand spit of relatively shallow water, sometimes exposed at low tide. Once there was a vast tract of
Astronaut’s Guide is a great way for me to start this year’s April Blogging from A to Z Challenge. I’d like to welcome all new readers, and of course all the old ones (some are older than others). I’ll be posting
For a while this book seemed to be going along much the same lines as its predecessor: birth, whale coming-of-age expedition, return to the pod and meet true love again etc. I was uncomfortable with the introduction of a human