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Gifted Ones: Scarcely Human

Hey there! Just wondering?? Are you trying to finish your manuscript? Having a hard time staying motivated? Honing in on your craft? Wondering how to let the beasts (your characters) unleash? 2,771 more words

Memories: Changing of the seasons

by author Felicia Sanzari Chernesky

I write this on the eve of the autumnal equinox. The early morning air wafting through the open windows is softly crisp. 487 more words

Children's Books


#FridayReads has come upon us again and we have a selection of titles to liven up your reading list based on what the Impress Books team are reading. 333 more words

#FridayReads: My review of Stasi Child by David Young

Welcome to Fiction Friday.This week’s fiction gives you my review of the debut thriller Stasi Child by David Young (Twenty7Books)

Let’s go from the start here. 268 more words


Friday Reads - The world of cycling according to G

If you are an English cycling fan, you will undoubtedly have heard of Geraint Thomas. He’s the skinny Welshman with the dark hair who valiantly fought for Chris Froome in this year’s Tour, even looking like he was in the running for a podium place himself at one point. 818 more words


An Academic Book Week #FridayReads (with a little fiction thrown in too)

It’s time for #FridayReads and because it’s Academic Book Week, we’ve put together some non-fiction reads as well as spicing things up with a little bit of fiction too. 371 more words

1914: Why the World Went to War by Niall Ferguson – A Review

When I bought Niall Ferguson’s 1914: Why the World Went to War (a 64-page extract from his The Pity of War, 1998) on
Tuesday, the cashier at the British Heart Foundation took a long look at the cover before running it through the till. 502 more words