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Birmingham Then and Now event on Thursday 24th April

Waterstones have invited Alan Clawley to talk about his book and about the future of John Madin’s Library:




Bought this book from Waterstones the other day for £7. It’s called Shift by Em Bailey. This is what it’s about:
There were two things everyone knew about Miranda Vaile before she’d even started at out school. 145 more words

Judging a book by its cover: The Hunger Games

I’m still pondering whether or not to read the books before I finish watching the films, so to help me make up my mind, I thought I’d check out the book art and prices online. 195 more words


Increasing Discoverability - A Goodreads / Blog Challenge

Discoverability. It’s a good word. I’m not sure it’s a REAL word, but it’s a good one.

It’s all about discoverability, and how to increase it. 414 more words


Murder Most Magical - Waterstones Bristol, May 16th 2014

We would like to invite you to a murder… a murder most magical!

In association with the Bristol Crime Fiction Convention taking place the same weekend, the budding Jessica Fletchers at BristolCon are putting on an evening of MURDER! 208 more words



I have realised something, something deeply rooted within myself. I don’t know if by reading The Examined Life BY Stephen Grosz has made me more analytical towards my own thought processes, but choice overwhelms me. 414 more words

Ten Years in an Open Necked Shirt

Sometimes when life gets a little busy, delving into long chapters of a book is just not what you want when all you really want to do is sleep. 608 more words