Saturday, 28 January 2012

Reading Up and Up

I popped into Waterstones today and had a look for some further reference stuff for the 15mm project that shall not be named. As a result, I have some additional reading material for the half term holidays, which will give me a good historical grounding in the period. I never hesitate to spend my hard earned wages on books as they're always worth it and never a waste of money, even if my bookshelves are terminally overloaded and my bank manager less than chuffed.

1 comment:

  1. Really enjoyed Road of Bones, the whole Kohima Story is fascinating.