“One Day” by David Nicholls. Engaging if seemingly plodding at first, it lulled me in then hit me with a killer punch.
“The Spirit Level – Why Equality is Better For Everyone” by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett. A book that claims to expose that “almost everything – from life expectancy to mental illness, violence to illiteracy – is affected not by how wealthy a society is, but by how equal it is.”
And for work:
“Succeeding with Agile – Software Development Using Scrum” by Mike Cohn. Introducing new levels of common sense into the harsh world of software development.
MP3 player (which is actually my phone)
Nothing yet. I haven’t reloaded it since my SD card died. I’m open to recommendations.
Lucy inspecting a bottle of wine for the School Quiz.
Christmas shopping. And how I’ve barely started it. Of course, these days Christmas is all about the kids, so the presents we buy each other tend to be at the lower end of price scale, sometimes by use of a mutually agreed “Under a tenner” rule. Nonetheless, even “under a tenner” presents don’t buy themselves.