I am so excited to introduce Under Cover: A Series of Judging from the Outside In, a collaboration between myself … Continue Reading Under Cover: A series judging from the inside out
2017 is over, tomorrow we will all be shaking our heads and muttering ‘this will take some getting used to’ … Continue Reading Reading and Bookish Resolutions
I recently read a blog post entitled ‘Do you ever get stuck in a rut?’ and I realised that yes, … Continue Reading Yes, I am in a rut, and I am not sure why.
Today would have marked the fourth week in a row that I haven’t posted anything on this blog. Whilst I … Continue Reading More waffle than post.
A research seminar at Bath Spa University, chaired by Maggie Gee (who also spoke at the Past, Present, and Future … Continue Reading Empathy at work: Empathy and reading and writing.
This post, accept from the last line which was edited for this post, was originally published in the Bridport News. … Continue Reading Yay for YA!
The ‘End of Year Book Survey’ was first created seven years ago by Jamie on her blog The Perpetual Page … Continue Reading End of Year Book Survey: 2016
Apologies for not being very consistent for the past few weeks; tinsel and baubles took over my brain, leaving not … Continue Reading Book Haul: Christmas.
Title: Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend Author: Katarina Bivald Publication: September 2016 by Vintage It has been a long time since … Continue Reading Book review: Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend.
Huge Thank you to Ambient Literature, Bath Spa, and everyone else involved who made this talk possible. I have never … Continue Reading The past, present, and future of reading.
As much as I wish I were someone who could instantly become immersed in a book, no matter where I … Continue Reading Homely reading.
Fantastic Beasts and where to Find Them. I wanted to find some eloquent and original way of expressing my feelings, … Continue Reading Film Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Originally published in the Bridport News. I wrote for them, once a week, as a guest columnist. Books are beginning to find their place online. Whilst this allows exploration of new genres and new authors in the reassurance of reviews and ratings … Continue Reading The Goodreads effect: Competitive reading?
I’ve had this tag on the back burner for a while now. It was a post I contemplated doing at the beginning of this blog’s life as a way of showing and exploring some of my bookish opinions but it … Continue Reading Book tag: Unpopular opinions.
Note: I have a physical disability, Cerebral Palsy, but I am very unlikely to have had the same experiences as … Continue Reading Inspired by and in response to Louise Gornall.
Last Saturday I had the best day. It was fun, it was exciting, it was inspiring, it was exhausting, it was great. Last Saturday I attended Bath Children’s Literature Festival. It was a complete fluke that I went; I didn’t … Continue Reading Book Haul: Bath Children’s Literature Festival