You can’t move for Ian McEwan at the moment. The radio and newspapers have given over acres to interviews with him and reviews of his new book… 382 more words
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Note, the format of my Short and Sweet reviews differs in that they simply comprise the book blurb and a short response (hence, the short and sweet). 365 more words
Kate Mosse talks taxidermy with special guest Sandi Toksvig in the Horniman Museum.
Tickets at £10 for this 3 hour extravagazana celebrating the publication of Kate’s latest novel. 54 more words
The book resting by my bedside at the moment is ‘The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales’ by Kate Mosse.
You may be familiar with Kate Mosse as the author of the historical novels ‘Labyrinth’, ‘Sepulchre’ and ‘Citadel.’ (And she is not to be confused with the model!) 378 more words
I was thinking today about why I enjoyed reading Daughters of Babylon so much (a book we launched this week). The fact that I was doing so at all exemplifies the contradictory demands I place on fiction (in other words, I’m an awkward so-and-so). 1,495 more words