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What I Think About When I Think About…Writing

I’m not the first person to rip off Haruki Murakami in the title of this post and I’ll surely not be the last but I’ve been compelled to get some more of the fluff out of my head and the… Continue Reading →

Review: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante

I’m still overrunning from my Italian Reading Month which doesn’t bode well for getting anything done for my June plans but nevermind. My Brilliant Friend is the first book I’ve ever read by Elena Ferrante and I really loved how… Continue Reading →

If I had a Bible or the Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook (2016)

There is no religious text that speaks to me or has any value in my life. I don’t do religion which could change, but it’s probably unlikely to. There is no book I hold in high esteem above others or… Continue Reading →

Intentions #4

This is really Intentions #5 but Intentions #4 was lost in the 20 or so posts that escaped into the ether when I shifted hosting packages, so we’ll stick to proper order and call this one four. I’m not entirely… Continue Reading →

May: Italian Literature Reading Month

Seeing as WordPress (with help from me) managed to destroy most of my posts from April and this month I’m missing a lot of content but luckily very little of it (OK, none of it) had anything to do with… Continue Reading →

Review: Mr Mercedes by Stephen King

Do there really need to be more amateur reviews of Stephen King novels? Probably not but I am a fan and Mr Mercedes arrived as a gift when I was having a super glum, super gloomy day and whilst it’s… Continue Reading →

Review: Humber Boy B by Ruth Dugdall

I chose this book because Andy is from Humberside and there’s a long running joke here that I don’t believe it exists. It’s kind of hard to explain but when I saw a book with the word Humber emblazoned across… Continue Reading →

Review: The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath by Ishbelle Bee

What a strange little story. I’m not sure if I was reading adult fiction or not, although the extent of the gore maybe suggests I was, and it’s definitely way beyond the normal realms of reality, as you’d hope with… Continue Reading →

Review: The Salesman by Joseph O’Connor

OK so it wasn’t THAT long ago I wrote that I wasn’t sure if I ever wanted to read anything else by Joseph O’Connor because I fell head over hills in love with The Thrill of it All and didn’t want… Continue Reading →

Review: The List of My Desires by Grégoire Delacourt

The List of My Desires is one of those books which lasted about an hour, in a good way. The story is sweet and quite simple and it pulled me in quite quickly and kept me there. Jocelyne is one… Continue Reading →

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