I'm the kind of person who keeps such a big pile of unread books on their bedside table, they regularly topple over when I'm groping to turn off my alarm. Maybe if I ever had a month-long holiday lying on a beach I could actually catch up and read some of them. And then if … Continue reading Top 5 Books I want to re-read
Me vs the Leviathan
I started reading Moby Dick: I may live to regret it.
We mustn't call it Wuthering Heights... but it is
A fast-paced, thought-provoking read for younger teens
Why I owe Charlotte Brontë a massive hot chocolate
random connections between holiday reading matter. And Bruce Springsteen rules.
This post has been amended to include the little dots on top of the last letter of Emily Brontë's surname - thanks to Erin of Bubbles and Beebots for telling me how to do this! I've been thinking a lot about Wuthering Heights and English Literature generally in the last few days. 11YO has dipped into … Continue reading Wuthering Heights again – Does Anyone Read Joseph’s speeches?
This post has been amended to include the little dots on top of the last letter of Emily Brontë's surname - thanks to Erin of Bubbles and Beebots for telling me how to do this! Two bloggers have recently asked me the question 'what is your favourite book?' Funnily enough I'd just been thinking about this very … Continue reading My favourite books
IN BOOKSTORES AND ONLINE TODAY! Today I'm delighted to be helping to launch blogging friend C. H. Armstrong's first published novel. I've read the opening chapter and was gripped from the start, so will definitely be buying a copy! SYNOPSIS The year is 1992 and Victoria Hastings Harrison Greene—reviled matriarch of a sprawling family—is dying. … Continue reading The Edge of Nowhere book launch