Born into a wealthy Chicago family in the 1870s, Frances Glessner Lee was supposed to marry well and raise a family. A career was never on the cards. Let alone one that would see her recognised as the mother of modern forensics.Continue reading “Book Review: Meet Frances Glessner Lee, the mother of modern forensics, in Bruce Goldfarb’s 18 Tiny Deaths“
Happy August everyone! We’re kicking off this month with a readathon – the MS Readathon!
Given my track record, you’d be forgiven for thinking that I’m daft for trying to do another readathon but this one is a little different.
It’s a fundraiser and it’s not structured at all – I can read whatever I want and there’s no prompts!Continue reading “MS Readathon 2020!”
It really has been quiet here, hasn’t it?
This is just a quick message asking you all to hold tight, because I’ve got plenty of reviews in the works, as well as few new YouTube videos on the way!
Stay tuned, kids!
(I promise I’ll stop playing Stardew Valley long enough to get it all done this week!)