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Reading the World: Europe (One)

Since setting out my Reading the World project, and working out which books fit best for each country, I have found that there are a wealth of countries which I have read only one or two books from or about, and some which I have not touched upon at all.   732 more words

My Top 2015 Reads

It’s that time of year when everywhere is swallowed up by best of lists. I wasn’t going to do one of these, but then I started reading other lists and thinking, oh but I would put this on instead, or this, and so I thought, I would write one. 692 more words


Six Authors Who Write About Cornwall

There’s a wealth of Cornish novels out there, as it’s such a beautiful and inspiring part of the country to write about. Here’s six authors who have set novels in the county. 169 more words


Arvon magic

Old stone and vicious drops, cossetted by mist-clad hills.  A robin’s song vibrating the trees and the moon peeking over the hill.  Watching.  Scarred wood and cosy crannies, walls seeping words.  606 more words