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Fifty Words for Snow
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Fifty Words for Snow

Nancy Campbell. Elliott & Thompson. (224p) ISBN 9781783966035 Picked this up at work a few weeks ago as one of the randoms that came through the door as I like non-fiction books that you can have by the bed with short chapters. This book is specifically about these fifty words for snow and as such …

Wayland Babes
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Wayland Babes

Judi Daykin. Hobeck Books. (173p) ISBN 9781913793500 I was asked to join in with the book tour for Wayland Babes and was really glad I could accept. Published by Hobeck Books, Judi Daykin’s ghost stories are set in Norfolk and hark back to the tale of Babes in the Wood, but these two babes never …

The Haunting of Aveline Jones
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The Haunting of Aveline Jones

Phil Hickes. Usborne. (224p) ISBN 9781474972147 Talk about a gripping read, picked it up at noon, finished it by 4:30pm, just couldn’t tear myself away! We follow the adventures of Aveline Jones (great name by the way) after she is left with her Aunt in Malmouth, a sea town on the south coast. Aveline loves …

The Photography Ideas Book
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The Photography Ideas Book

Lorna Yabsley. Octopus Publishing. (176p) ISBN 9781781576663 I picked this book up at The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead along with several others of the same series on a recent trip. I’ve been feeling very stale about my photography recently and was looking for books to help stimulate and inspire. This is an …

Deep Wheel Orcadia
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Deep Wheel Orcadia

Harry Josephine Giles. Picador Poetry. (164p) ISBN 9781529066609 This has been one of my most anticipated releases of the year ever since I saw it mentioned in The Bookseller. A space odyssey science fiction novel written in the Orcadian dialect in the form of an epic poem, if this isn’t enough to sell it to …