Books, Music

Desert Island Discs

The book blogging community is eagerly awaiting the release of The Island by M A Bennett, a modern-day Lord of the Flies. I’ll be reviewing it on the blog soon, but in the meantime the publishers are asking us for our Desert Island Disc selections.

I’ve never actually listened to Desert Island Discs – I’ve tried to listen to Radio 4 several times over the years, but the lack of diversity grates and I end up switching channels. A quick google however has told me the premise of the show: imagine you’re marooned on a desert island. You have a limited number of objects you’re allowed to take with you. You are allowed:  Continue reading “Desert Island Discs”

Weekly Round-Ups

How Do You Fit It All In? #16

The latest instalment in a series in which I answer the ongoing question “How do you fit it all in?”, which people ask me when I tell them what I do. Continue reading “How Do You Fit It All In? #16”

Books

Tuesday Thrillers seem to be becoming a bit of a tradition on this blog, don’t they

I do love a good thriller. Unfortunately to find one you often have to wade through lots of rubbish beforehand, but I’m getting better at not bothering and just refusing to finish books that aren’t good.

This week I have a few thrillers for you, so without further ado… Continue reading “Tuesday Thrillers seem to be becoming a bit of a tradition on this blog, don’t they”

Weekly Round-Ups

How Do You Fit It All In? #13

The latest instalment in a series in which I answer the ongoing question “How do you fit it all in?”, which people ask me when I tell them what I do. Continue reading “How Do You Fit It All In? #13”

Books

Young Adult Novels: A Few Recommendations

Part of me doesn’t really get why YA is a thing. I think the categorisation can put some people off, because they look at the books and decide they’re for teenagers, and therefore not relevant or of interest to adults. I disagree.

I enjoy reading a good YA novel as much as I enjoy reading a novel written for an adult audience, and I’ve read a few recently so I thought I’d give a run-down and a couple of recommendations.  Continue reading “Young Adult Novels: A Few Recommendations”

Books

More Summer Reads

I read a load of books when I was in South Carolina and I’m still catching up with posting them. Here’s the latest instalment featuring Neil Gaiman, Jane Green, Caz Frear and Louise Penny.  Continue reading “More Summer Reads”

Books, Forensicating

SQLite Forensics by Paul Sanderson

SQLite forensics is an important part of many digital forensic investigations. Most smartphones and computer operating systems use SQLite, with each device often including hundreds of databases. Despite this extreme proliferation, SQLite forensics is often overlooked in conversations about current trends in digital forensics. Paul Sanderson’s book attempts to redress the balance and bring attention to the importance of SQLite forensics. Continue reading “SQLite Forensics by Paul Sanderson”