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Trashin' and moanin': a couple of book reviews

Going through my goodreads list I’ve realized there’s a couple of books I haven’t talked about recently, mostly because those were either uninteresting or frankly not that good.  866 more words


Review: The Taxidermist's Daughter byKate Mosse


Sussex, 1912. In a churchyard, villagers gather on the night when the ghosts of those who will die in the coming year are thought to be seen. 622 more words

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Weather - round robin

Weather So the picture of me in Yellowstone, US, has more than a few clouds in the sky. It was, however, warm and sunny, too. Perfection. 503 more words

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Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

Honestly, I’m not entirely sure how I felt about this book. I mean, I liked it. It was well-written, and the historical aspect was really interesting. 481 more words

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Book Review: 'The Taxidermist's Daughter' by Kate Mosse

I feel I did this novel a disservice when I started reading it.  Having finished my previous book, I dived straight into Kate Mosse’s latest without really pausing for breath.   425 more words


The Observer/ Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism

I’m delighted to have been selected as a Runner Up in the 2015 Observer/ Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Journalism.

Pieces were selected by a panel of judges chaired by the novelist and playwright Kate Mosse and including the writers Alexandra Harris and Ruth Scurr, and associate editor of the Observer newspaper Robert McCrum. 19 more words


Short Stories Challenge - Duet by Kate Mosse from the collection The Mistletoe Bride And Other Haunting Tales

What’s Duet all about?:

In the second story in this collection, Kate Mosse draws the reader into what appears to be a conversation between two men about some suspicious goings-on in a rented building in the 1960’s. 733 more words

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