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The Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Announce 2015 Shortlist

As much as I enjoy reading my way through the BBC Big Read, dedicating so much of my reading list to the list of both classics and contemporary greats often leaves me feeling slightly out of touch with the latest releases. 156 more words

Book Blog

Hampstead Theatre Festival: Page To Stage - How to do a Radio Play

‘How to do a Radio Play’.  Not something I have ever thought about or even aspired to but I’m always interested in writing; how people write; what they write and what motivates them to write. 302 more words

London Life

Not A Book Review - The Taxidermist's Daughter by Kate Mosse

I’ve been thinking, lately, about what draws us to certain books. I think it’s safe to say that, for most people, it’s the cover. I work in a public library and I see too many people borrow piles of books with a similar look and colour scheme to think otherwise. 809 more words

Naturally

April ’One Book a Month’: Feeling like a kid again


This month’s One Book a Month task was extremely arduous. I walked three minutes from my front door and went to Emsworth’s only bookshop Bookends… 420 more words

Writer

The Taxidermist's Daughter by Kate Mosse

“…. Connie lined up the scalpel and cut. At first, a gentle shifting, nothing more. Then the tip of the blade pierced the skin, and the point slipped in.” 613 more words
Writing And Publishing

My Bookshelf 20/3/2015

The World that Made New Orleans by Ned Sublette

My family is from the city and I studied Louisiana history at school, but boy did I learn a lot reading this engaging and well-written book. 521 more words

Lifelong Learning

The latest Gossip & Tales

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Just thought I’d post a link to the latest edition of Gossip & Tales, the newsletter of the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales & Fantasy. 185 more words