‘First Love’ is about Neve, a writer in her mid-30s who is married to an older man named Edwyn, and it tells the story of what her life was like before. Continue reading First Love by Gwendoline Riley
Gil Coleman is a well-known, ageing writer who has just found a letter, loose in a book in a bookshop addressed to him, and at that very moment he thinks he sees his wife Ingrid, who has been missing for 11 years, through the window on the street outside. Continue reading ‘Swimming Lessons’ by Claire Fuller Review
On the face of it, January is a very exciting time. New beginnings. A clean slate. Jodhpur-based exercise regimes. In reality? It needs a little help to successfully appeal to all. And this help comes in the form of…
Unwrapping a book on Christmas Day is a thing of sheer joy. Particularly if it’s one of these…
‘I find it very difficult to distinguish between life and fiction’
It is a very exciting moment when you realise that the opportunity has come to read the innermost thoughts of an author whose work you so admire, perfectly nestled amongst the finest examples of their writing.
August has been a very exciting month for reading new poems, with the release of two collections from two poetry powerhouses: ‘Falling Awake’ by Alice Oswald and ‘The Remedies’ by Katharine Towers. Continue reading ‘Falling Awake’ and ‘The Remedies’ Poetry