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The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry 

Photo courtesy of Waterstones

Waterstones blurb:

Set in the brooding marshes of late Victorian Essex, the recently-widowed Cora Seagrave relinquishes the staid predictability of the capital to pursue rumour of a great, unknown beast, a ‘living fossil’ dwelling in the county’s desolate borderlands. 277 more words

Book Review

London – Waterstones Bookshop

Waterstones Bookshop in Gower Street, Bloomsbury has an extensive travel section. We were looking for books about walks in and around London and we chose from a large selection, “Walks for all Ages in Greater London” by Ardella Jones, to use when we next visit London.

Europe

Book Launch in Waterstones, Brussels

On Saturday, 15th January, Paul Stephenson and I ran a poetry workshop in Waterstones, Brussels (‘The English Bookstore’), immediately followed by my book launch for… 248 more words

Friday 13th, a Makeover and a Book Launch

I wouldn’t say that I’m particularly superstitious, but I wasn’t looking forward to yesterday – I had a day of supply, which is the first one since the beginning of October, and with it being Friday 13th I was anticipating that it was going to be a challenging day. 591 more words

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January - quick update

Happy New Year! Just a few quick things to mention.

Interview

My interview with Mur Lafferty on the I Should Be Writing podcast ep369 is now available on iTunes and also… 257 more words

Books

Haven @Church Street, Coleraine 

Post exam spree through the town and decided I was well due a mosey through Waterstones to try and kick start my New Years resolution to read more books. 108 more words

Nicholas Cronk on Voltaire, Oxford

Nicholas Cronk, Director of The Voltaire Foundation and Professor of French Literature will be discussing Voltaire’s career at Waterstone’s Oxford in February 2017

Friday 24 February 2017 1230… 30 more words

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