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Charmed by Charroux

Half past eleven on a warm Wednesday night in the depths of the Charente countryside. I’m on my bike, racing down a dark lane, acorns crunching under my tyres. 804 more words

On Writing

Labyrinth by Kate Mosse - A Review

Published in 2015, 694pp, Orion 

Rating:  🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 

I’ve been eyeing this up all year and I finally took the plunge. The story is set in Carcassonne in 1209 and in 2005, intertwining the lives of Alais Pelletier du Mas and Alice Tanner. 341 more words



When you take your arse on a lunchtime stroll and come back with presents for yourself.

From top to bottom, for more information:

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie… 47 more words

A Voluptuous Mind

Book Review: 'The Taxidermist's Daughter' (2014)

The short: 3/5 ✦. A Gothic thriller that’s largely forgettable but for the unique protagonist and the atmospheric village setting. 734 more words


Labyrinth - Kate Mosse

This has been on my to-read list for years, and I’m not exaggerating. It’s been hovering around bestseller lists for god knows how long, often slung together in the same breath as the Da Vinci Code. 493 more words

Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse Sunday 18th October 3.30pm In Conversation with Emma Darwin

Kate Mosse is an international bestselling author with sales of more than five million copies in 42 languages. Her fiction includes the novels Labyrinth208 more words

Dulwich Literary Festival

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