Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine. There is no way she could be anything else, with her perfect routine optimised for efficiency in accumulating the necessities, like milk, tinned spaghetti, and 2 litres of vodka, whilst avoiding time-consuming activities, like talking to humans. But her simple world is flipped on its head when a simple change to her routine ends with her saving the life of an elderly gentleman who had collapsed in the street. One act of kindness and two lives saved.
May is National Walking Month, an awareness-raising effort spearheaded by the NHS to help us all get out and about a bit more for the good of our mental and physical wellbeing. So, in the spirit of wandering, in this Blog Post I want to share with you 5 literary themed walks and locations in England which I’ve either done myself or are on my bucket list. I’d love to know if you’ve done them or what your favourite literary walk is!
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Choosing a new read is an art form, especially online. We’ve all been there, teetering on the edge of buying a book, mouse hovering over the buy it now button when suddenly you think – oo, I should check the reviews. Ten minutes later you’ve resigned yourself for looking for another book.