The Indiscriminate Reader has relied on books for most of her life.
They have helped to humanise her, entertain her, teach her and stimulate her. They’ve also been quite useful for passing the time.
She’s a bit of a fibber when she calls herself The Indiscriminate Reader because although she used to read widely, she doesn’t much anymore. She has become rather selective about what she chooses to read because there are precious few hours for reading when your days are spent with a chat-chat-chatty three year old who no longer goes down for an afternoon nap.
Likes: biographies about writers, artists and women; middle-brow fiction from the first half of the twentieth century; well-written fantasy; a great deal of contemporary literature; cookbooks; and anything set in the UK .
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