Be Good, Love Brian by Craig Bromfield @mudlarkbooks @harpernonfic #nonfiction

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today I’m sharing my thoughts on Craig Bromfield’s Be Good, Love Brian – an account of his relationship with the late great Brian Clough.

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Did Not Finish by George Mahood @georgemahood #bookreview

Happy Saturday! Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the first in the Did Not Finish series from George Mahood. Given my current state, this is an aspirational read. I can’t wait to get back out running even in my novice fashion!

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The Silence Of The Stands by Daniel Gray @d_gray_writer @BloomsburySport #bookreview #nonfiction

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today I’m sharing my thoughts on Daniel Gray’s The Silence Of The Stands.

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Ask A Footballer by James Milner @quercusbooks @WorldBookNight #WorldBookNight

Ask A Footballer (James Milner)

HAPPY WORLD BOOK NIGHT!!! 🎉🎉🎉🎉This year is the event’s 10th anniversary! 🎉🎉🎉🎉 I’ve been on the ball (see what I did there?!) this year and read one of the chosen books. And it’s in keeping with my 2021 self-promise of more non-fiction.

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With Clough By Taylor by Peter Taylor @BitebackPub #bookreview #memoir

With Clough By Taylor (Peter Taylor)

In the summer, I made myself a promise to read more non-fiction books after I read Bella Mackie’s Jog On. I have plenty on the bookshelf (both virtually and physically) but just never get round to reading them.

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Jog On by Bella Mackie #bookreview

As you’ll have guessed, today’s review is for something completely different to my normal reviews. For starters it’s not crime or chick-lit … and secondly, it’s not fiction! Continue reading

Knowing the Score by Judy Murray @JudyMurray @vintagebooks #review #memoir

Knowing the Score

I can hear you now “What’s Claire doing reading this?” and six months ago, I’d be inclined to agree.  But last December, my lovely husband was invited on a corporate day out to Edinburgh and the guest speaker was Judy Murray.  Not only that, he got to sit next to the lady in question during the meal and all attendees got a copy of Knowing The Score.  It wasn’t until he got home and was telling me about what they’d chatted about that my interest was piqued.  And yes it’s taken me this long to read it but we are looking the outdoor tennis season in the face with The French Open, Queen’s and Wimbledon looming in the coming weeks. Continue reading