Yes, I do realise that we are now in February but as you may have noticed I went a little … More
Woohoo, it’s time for a new blog post! Now, I realise I have been a truly dreadful blogger these past … More
Question: What do you get if you put a whole load of young adult authors, agents, publishers, books, freebies, goodies, … More
The astute among you will have no doubt twigged what this post is about. Each month I am going to do a post about the book I enjoyed most from said month. Given that I go through about twenty books a month this isn’t going to be an easy task. In fact I’m going to break the rules from the off set as this April’s ‘Book of the Month’ is a series.
A little while ago, I attended a script-writing workshop up here in St. Andrews, the theme of which was ‘Spring’. … More
I was in a Film Studies lecture recently, being told about avant-garde cinema, when we were shown a 7 minute … More
G.M Barlean’s Thorns of Rosewood was a great book. I enjoyed the story (a two-thorned – get it… thorned – mystery), I adored the characters (four kick-ass old ladies and a reporter desperate for answers) and I loved Barlean’s writing.
I have to admit that despite the fact he is two hundred years old I am falling a little bit in love with Reg…
For those of you who don’t know I’m currently attending art school. For the next two months I am going … More
Last night my self-appointed bed time was sucked into the new book I started at half eleven (never a good idea), chewed up and spat back out. It sat discarded on the floor knowing full well that I wouldn’t be getting to sleep any time soon.