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Taking refuge in a book

I sent the Resident IT Consultant into the offices of the Stirling Observer last week, bearing gifts. Every year they collect – new – toys for various charities, to give to children who might otherwise not receive any Christmas presents, due to circumstances in their lives. 527 more words


The effect of jail, and stealing a book

Or how good comes from bad.

Very pleased for Alex Wheatle who won the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize last night, with his book Crongton Knights. Congratulations! 204 more words


#NFOL2016 Day 3: Jenn Ashworth and Jon McGregor

On the 10th November, day three of the 2016 Nottingham Festival of Literature, I attended an event featuring Jenn Ashworth in conversation with Jon McGregor. Taking place at THiNK in Cobden Chambers in the city centre, the evening was introduced by Matthew Welton, a professor in creative writing at the University of Nottingham. 588 more words

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The Mitford Society Loves

Is there anything more honnish than an autumnal read? Although I receive many books ahead of their publication date, I prefer to squirrel some away until the right moment. 775 more words

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Fell – Jenn Ashworth

I have been a fan of Jenn Ashworth’s for quite sometime. Ever since our lovely mutual friend Emma Jane Unsworth popped a copy of A Kind of Intimacy… 1,720 more words


5 Books Recently Added to my TBR

Whether it’s due to reading a few novels that I’ve really enjoyed one-after-the-other or the fact that so many great books are being published and talked about lately, I’ve been adding so many titles to my TBR. 570 more words

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Blog Tour: Fell by Jenn Ashworth

I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for Fell – Jenn Ashworth’s latest novel, which was published yesterday (14 July) by Sceptre. 686 more words

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