I finished "Dune" and am now working my way on "The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher" thanks to Mini Book Blogger Expo.
It's a true story about the murder of a young child and the detective sent to solve the crime. The story became a national sensation in England and as the dust jacket says 'inspired detective-fever' as detectives were a fairly new invention. So far the level of detail is near OCD levels but it shows how much effort was put into solving the case.
There's a cliche term that is sometime used and goes 'they're selling faster than hotcakes'. What does this mean exactly. What is a hotcake and why do they sell fast? Is it because they'll still be hot if you buy them right away? Where the heck did this come from anyway?
I found this beautifully colourful vid about a week ago and have been dying to share it with you. It always makes me smile when I watch it.
This week it's a catchy tune called "My Hope" from YouTuber sweetafton23. It's original, fun and I've been singing it the past few days. Enjoy!