World Book Day 2018 – My Favourite History Books (So Far…)! Part 1:

For those of you who may have had a lil' snoop around my blog, you may have discovered that I am a real bookworm! I love books - especially history books. Whether they be popular history books, autobiographies or historical novels, you are sure to find it crammed onto by bookshelf somewhere! If not... then I'll probably … Continue reading World Book Day 2018 – My Favourite History Books (So Far…)! Part 1:

My Thoughts on ‘Les Parisiennes: How the Women of Paris Lived, Loved and Died in the 1940s’ by Anne Sebba

“It is not for the rest of us to judge, but with imagination, we can try to understand.” Ok, so let us imagine that it’s June 1940. You are a young Frenchwoman living in the heart of Paris. The battle for France’s liberty and freedom is being waged by the French army, yet news travels … Continue reading My Thoughts on ‘Les Parisiennes: How the Women of Paris Lived, Loved and Died in the 1940s’ by Anne Sebba