I've been reading a lot of crime fiction lately particularly from the Golden Age of Crime Fiction in Britain (think Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers and G. K. Chesterson, for example). Naturally then this book is of great interest to me and appears to be must reading for anyone interested in the genre.
This is surprising: it's a good thing to stockpile more books than you'll ever actually read.
It's time to be honest about men. And about human nature.
Comedy doesn't need to mean anything. It's okay for it to just be silly.
"We should not assume that doing what is best for one's country is always synonymous with doing what is best." Fascinating insight into the Netflix series The Crown.
This is a fun fact:
I can relate to this: Why I Can No Longer Call Myself an Evangelical Republican.
Russell Moore: “American evangelicalism is old and sick and weak, and doesn’t even know it.”
This is fun: 20 Calvin and Hobbes comics to get you into the Christmas spirit.
History lesson: the true story of the women who became codebreakers during World War II.
Finally, a little something you'd probably hear playing at our house this time of year: