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Oh Goodness...

Oh goodness, it’s been a long time gone without writing.

Which is really a shame, because the whole time, I’ve been reading. And reading. And reading! 658 more words

What I read on my Holiday.

So what is a holiday without the book that you have been dying to read but haven’t had the time? Or in my case the two books I have bought along with me, the two I bought from Shakespeare and Co and the two I have to read for my next semester of Uni. 466 more words


Written on the Body

Read 06/10/2016-11/10/2016

Rating: 4 stars

I’ve never read a Jeanette Winterson novel before. I read her autobiography. I didn’t like her. I haven’t felt compelled to read any of her fiction, but a work colleague convinced me to give it a go. 1,042 more words

Book Review

Vengeance is mine says the dispossessed

A new Hogarth Shakespeare has hit the bookstalls. Margaret Atwood has taken on The Tempest and called her novel Hag-Seed.

Transferring the action to Canada, Ms Atwood admirably mirrors the text of the play with her own characters. 676 more words

September's Reading, Part 1

Finally, actually bringing my reading posts up to date, here are the reviews of my September reading. I got through 10 books last month, so this comes in two parts. 465 more words


Review: Oranges are Not the Only Fruit

Hello and welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today I’m going to be going back to a book I had to read in university, Jeanette Winterson’s novel  195 more words