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The Princess Bride - William Goldman

For my bank holiday weekend I decided to read The Princess Bride by William Goldman.  The film is a cult classic, all my friends and I watched it as kids.   587 more words


The Knife of Never Letting Go - Patrick Ness Review

Prentisstown isn’t like other towns. Everyone can hear everyone else’s thoughts in a constant, overwhelming, never-ending Noise. There is no privacy. There are no secrets. 529 more words

Book Review


If you prefer supporting our UK bookshops then we can announce that ‘Murder, Now and Then’ by Diana Jackson is now available on the Waterstones website and can be ordered in any of their stores. 34 more words

Diana Jackson

Fragile Things - Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman has been one of my favourite authors for some time. When I was younger I watched the film Stardust and fell in love. I then read the book, the book and film are nothing alike, I normally hate film adaptations to books, especially ones which stray so far from the story, this is my only exception. 403 more words


Waterstones - A little Grumble...

Hello everybody, it’s good to be back. Following on from my last post I am feeling better and have had my medication tweaked so fingers crossed for now. 399 more words


Writing these blog posts are easy. Sometimes I forget and sometimes i’m busy, but the actual writing of these posts are simple enough.

Writing a script or a story is difficult. 237 more words


How to be Both - Ali Smith

I have always loved stories with interlinking narratives.  I love any Rom-Coms like Love Actually and Valentines Day where lots of stories interlink and collide.  Ali Smith’s  542 more words