Have you any reading recommendations for us GN's over the winter months?
I've just starting 'Word on the Street' by Romy Wood: 'A darkly comic reflection on homelessness, life writing and dermatology .' 'It's about what separates people, and what joins them: courage, resistance, self-sacrifice, humour and friendship.'
Contrary to appearances, this is a very, very funny book, with a very current theme and the central character, Shona, is compelling in her 'take' on life'. If anyone wants to read this so we can discuss it together in the forum, or meet up for a book-group coffee and chat , please let me know.
Or suggest something that has moved or inspired or outraged you or made you laugh.
No one informed us - family bereavement
Should we ban them? - politicians on TV
Hard to develop relationship - family far away