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Review: The Secret Scripture

Title: The Secret Scripture
Author: Sebastian Barry
Publisher: Faber and Faber
Available: Available now from your local bookshop

Sebastian Barry, it seems, has dedicated himself to telling the story of the Ireland we don’t talk about. 954 more words


The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber

A weird sci-fi religion crossover type thing about a missionary on a far away planet. I enjoyed it, it reads well, and there’s an added touch of joy because it’s goes through a lot of ideas I wouldn’t normally think about in a way I wouldn’t normally think. 112 more words

Review: The Goblin Princess: Smoky The Dragon Baby by Jenny O'Connor.

My 5* Review:

When I produced The Goblin Princess to read to my nearly six year old boy/girl twins they were both excited as the cover and the pictures look great. 440 more words

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Publishing Round-Up: 10th October 2016.

Jackie Kay announces makar’s tour of all the Scottish islands

‘Jackie Kay, the national poet, or makar, used National Poetry Day to announce a Scotland-wide tour that will continue throughout her five-year tenure and be used as the basis for an epic poem reflecting “multi-voiced, multi-tongued Scotland”. 1,121 more words


BookBrunch Opinion | Faber Academy - it's not about the hit rate

It’s been a while since I busted out an opinion on publishing, so here’s some thoughts about Faber Academy and their extraordinary success with getting their students published. 458 more words


BookBrunch | Discussing gun deaths in America with Gary Younge

This week for the BookBrunch interview I had a really strong conversation with journalist Gary Younge about his new book, Another Day in the Death of America  1,452 more words