Another piece of sad news was the passing of Ruth Rendell, an inspiration for many and a house-hold name in literature who also wrote under the pseudonym Barbara Vine. Her books will leave a lasting legacy.
As always, where there is bad there is good and the news of the newest addition to the royal family was lovely to hear. William and Kate made very proud looking parents as they took their baby daughter home and I am sure George will adore his little sister.
Sports autobiographies: part one.
Now to the subject of this blog – sports autobiographies. I will be doing this in two parts as I have a lot I want to talk about, so this is part one. I haven’t read as many of them as I would like to – I’m working on that – but the ones I have read have all given me a great insight into the people behind them, some of who I love nothing better than watching on a Saturday afternoon.
Well, I think that’s it for this blog. I hope you have enjoyed reading it and I hope I have maybe given you some ideas for your next read. As always, I’d love to hear what your favourite sports autobiographies are and if you have any recommendations for me then please let me know. ‘Sports autobiographies part two’ will be here next Monday, so be sure to check back in.