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The Buxton Festival

One of the most encouraging developments on Britain’s cultural scene in recent years has been the upsurge in festivals, not just the well-established ones like Edinburgh’s but dozens of other cities, towns and venues now offering a variety of cultural events, some predominantly literary, others more diverse. 218 more words

Day 18: A traveling we go... to Scotland!

Monday, July 13, 2015
Big driving day.
No, I wasn’t driving… :)

As a class we were up and at ’em at 7:30am in order to check out of our living quarters at Stamford Street apartments in Lambeth. 327 more words

British Studies

Labyrinth (a book review)

Labyrinth, by author Kate Mosse, came out way back in 2005 (for you young people, that’s Y2K+5). There had already been quite the rain of books about quests for the Holy Grail or Templar treasure and whatever “shocking” revelation about religion or history was about to be revealed. 695 more words


What plot is - in a sentence

There are books written about plot – how to… what it is…. and a plethora of other elements. Yet I came across this today from Kate Mosse and it made me smile and go, yes…. 36 more words

On Writing

"The Winter Ghosts" by Kate Mosse (2009)

“He walked like a man recently returned to the world.”

If, like me, you live in Britain, you will have probably noticed how hot it’s been these last few days. 688 more words

General Fiction