The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, & Pee

I’m not really one for autobiographies or biographies or such. It’s difficult to explain why, but it tends to get boring! Here you are, paying money to read about someone else’s life and their opinions, but someone tries to tell you their opinions (for free, mind you) at the supermarket or the movies and you […]

Charity girl

I first made my acquaintance with Georgette Heyer during a long, idyllic summer spent in Ladakh amidst (I’m happy to say) unparalleled beauty and and an unending supply of books. And the rest, as they say, is history. She wrote, what to my mind, would always be delightful books I would be happy to read most times. […]