And so we begin…

Hi everyone, and welcome to the blog!

I guess I should start by introducing myself. I’m Kathryn, a biology geek by training (and general geek anyway), but also a Christian by faith.

I am an avid Lord of the Rings fan (best story and film IN THE WORLD – I genuinely love it all, the huge detail Tolkein uses, how much effort was put into the films, SO GOOD), and was brought up in the beautiful city of Oxford, so I naturally think it’s the centre of the universe – oh, and obviously Tolkein’s Shire was based on Oxfordshire. The rolling hills, the clean air, the sheep… I could talk for hours.

So why start a blog? Following the crowd? Maybe. But I hope that sharing my thoughts/reviews/whatever  here will be somehow entertaining/encouraging/helpful rather than a waste of space.

So stay tuned, and read on!

– Kathryn


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