Book Review – Starting Out In The Evening by Brian Morton

<a href="http:////“>Starting Out In The Evening is a beautifully written tale of an elderly author named Leonard Schiller, one of the last surviving members of the Upper-Class Jewish society, trying to complete his latest novel before it’s too late.  Leonard has devoted his life fully to the task of writing that he is wholly unprepared for…

Book Review – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. This means that if you click the link and purchase an item, I’ll earn a commission at no extra cost to you Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth instalment in the iconic series, takes place 19 years after the plot of Deathly Hallows.  When JK Rowling announced…

Book Review – Still Life by Louise Penny

//“>Still Life, a must-read for lovers of murder mysteries sees the debut of Armand Gamache, the Québécois Chief Detective with the Sûreté du Québec. Gamache is passionate, intelligent, and human; One of the best detectives in crime fiction today. A small quiet village in the Eastern Townships of Quebec is rattled by the murder of…


A small log cabin stood in the centre of a clearing, surrounded on three sides by a wall of trees. A stone chimney poked out from the slanted roof blowing smoke from an unseen fire in the hearth; the scent of smoked ham wafted through the air as the hickory wood burned. A small worn…


When travelling to Timbuktu, Watch out for the power of voodoo; With a wave of a hand, and a wordy command; You might end up in Peru


There’s a lot of rain, In the country of Spain; Or is it written, about the country of Britain? Ugh, now I have a migraine.


There once was a lady from France, Who wanted to tap dance; But whenever she tried, She would commit homicide, That lady of très élégance!

Limerick #4

There was an old woman from Berlin, Who had a mighty big chin; Whenever she lied, It grew more undignified; It kept growing much to her chagrin.

The fellow from Andorra

There was a young fellow from Andorra, Who had an interest in flora; Sunflowers and sweet alyssum, Everyone wanted to kiss ‘im; The man wearing a fedora.


Je suis tired, Je ne sens inspired; Je parle le franglish, un mélange de français et d’English; I am fatigué, I do not feel inspiré; I speak franglais, a mixture of french and anglais