It gets colder by the day it would seem – we’re now into full-on hats-gloves-and-scarves weather. Now’s the time for cosying up with a book if there ever was one.
We have a new writer on the blog this week – Chris (aka RereadingBlyton) has reviewed The Secret of Moon Castle for us. So that will be posted on Wednesday, and then on Friday I was planning to review another audio dramatisation except I can’t find any of my other ones. If I find them I’ll do one, if not it will be a review of Well Done, Noddy. Stef has two options to choose from for Sunday – either a review of The Valley of Adventure or sharing the photos she took when she visited Kirrin Cottage from the 90s TV series.
Wednesday night was bonfire night this week of course, and I went up the Law (the hill in the centre of Dundee which is actually a extinct volcano!) and saw the fireworks from across the city. My photos aren’t great unfortunately due to some technical issues like lack of lighting resulting in an overly long exposure which when added to a hand held camera makes for shaky pictures. But it created some interesting effects, or at least I think so!