‘This is my attempt to do something different, because writers should. If you don’t, it’s just another day job. Merrily Watkins has what is very much a night job. She’s Deliverance Consultant or Advisor on the Paranormal for the Diocese of Hereford. Or Exorcist, as it used to be known. It’s a real job; there’s at … Continue reading Shining the Spotlight on… Phil Rickman
So recently, I've dived into the world of booktubers, not literally, but you get the gist. FYI - if you have any favourite booktubers you want me to check out - please leave their name in the comments below 🙂 So I was watching the video below the other day and decided to do a blog post … Continue reading All Things That Glitter | Book Covers
It's supposedly the beginning of autumn, although the weather is still reading at 20 degrees. So, in light of the nights drawing in and the weather (supposedly) getting cooler, I thought I'd write a little post on hot drinks and they're book counterparts. Please note, that this list may be liable to change over the … Continue reading Hot Drinks and Book Combo | What’s Your Poison?
This review was meant to be posted around the same time as the Swimming finals at the Olympics, but as you can tell, that didn't happen. Moving on though, Girl out of Water is the funniest thing I've read so far this year. It's that good, I read it in a day! Yes, literally. I … Continue reading Girl out of Water | Making a Wave this Summer
https://bfgb.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/little-women.jpgThis includes the edition with Good Wives in it. Little Woman is also a book from my children's literature course though to be honest I would argue that it is more for young adults than children - but then it would start this whole debate over what is classed as a child and well we … Continue reading First Impressions of: Little Woman by Louise Alcott