Book Review: Serpentine by Philip Pullman

It was never in doubt that we would buy Serpentine by Philip Pullman. We’ve been fans of the His Dark Materials series ever since it was first published so have collected most of the books, including various different editions. I…

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11 Bookish Places to Stay in the UK

Literary culture is an essential part of Britain’s identity so it’s no surprise that there are many bookish places to stay in the UK. From country houses to quaint hideaways to elegant hotels, bibliophiles can find a retreat for almost…

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Book Review: The Cousins by Karen M. McManus

Although I’m new to Karen M.McManus’ novels, I’m no stranger to the buzz surrounding her work so I jumped at the chance to read her latest book as part of The Write Reads blog tour. This turned out to be…

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Children’s Book Review: Boy, Everywhere by A.M.Dassu

Sometimes you read a book and just know it’s going to win all the awards – Boy,Everywhere by A.M Dassu is a prime example. I met the author through SCBWI (the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) and knew…

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Interview with a Bookstagrammer – Booklempt.gyal

If feminist reads and Caribbean beaches equal bliss for you then head straight over to the bookstagram account of this week’s guest, Ph.D student and co-founder of Intersect Antigua @booklempt.gyal. If you’re struggling with the November chill, Sarah’s incredible photos…

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