Stuck for ideas on what to read? You’re going to love the new Booko feature that we are launching tomorrow – it’s make Christmas shopping a breeze. In the meantime, tell us below which book you have recommended the most.
Leaders, comedians, activists, artists, survivors and so many others. There’s an array of people who have nuggets of wisdom and insights to share. Whose memoir would you love to read?
There’s something wonderful about being recommended a book that a friend has loved. And the excitement when you finish reading it, and tell them you loved it too, is next level. So, what are you reading?
Books have an amazing way of opening our minds to new ideas, experiences and philosophies, many of which make a lasting impact. Which book has challenged you to think differently?
Veggies, flowers, trees, herbs, or grass. There are many different gardens to grow. Our neighbourhood has an annual sunflower competition, what is your favourite thing you grow in your garden?
Advice can come in many forms; an amusing story, sensitive and sensible, or direct and brutal. What has been the best advice your Dad has given you?
Ahhhh Dad jokes, there’s nothing like the look on a Dad’s face when he thinks he landed a goodie. What’s the best joke your Dad likes to tell? Word of warning, if you meet my Dad, never say you are hungry or you’ll be called that all day. 🙄
Maybe it’s the dining room where you share family meals, or the garden where you soak up the sun’s rays, or maybe the shed outside where your children can’t find you. What is your favourite room in your house?
Spandex, tie die, corsets, feathers, scrunchies, shoulder pads, blue eye liner, ripped jeans, pencil skirts – fashion has inspired us to try a lot of different styles. Which fashion era is your favourite?
Gelato, macaroons, pavlova, warm apple crumble, creme brûlée or a gorgeous cheese board. They are quite simply, all amazing. What is your favourite dessert?