Month: May 2022

Driving Over Lemons

Chris Stewart. Sort Of Books. (304p) ISBN 9781908745859 This book had been hanging about on my shelves ever since I watched Richard E Grant talk […]

28th May 2022

Ewan Lawrie – Q&A

Ewan Lawrie is the author of Gibbous House, (January 2017) and No Good Deed, featuring the charming villain Alasdair Moffat, published by Unbound in January […]

27th May 2022

Unravelling Women’s Art

P L Henderson. Aurora Metro. (280p) ISBN 9781913641153 I’d been following @womensart1 On Twitter for absolutely ages and when I saw there was a book […]

25th May 2022

Janet Dean Knight – Q&A

Janet Dean Knight explores contemporary themes through historical fiction. Her debut novel, The Peacemaker is a moving story of a young woman’s struggle to make […]

20th May 2022

Father Knox’s Decalogue

The Ten Rules of (Golden Age) Detective Fiction Monsignor Ronald A. Knox (1888-1957) was a British clergyman, editor, a literary critic, a humourist and a […]

16th May 2022

Nigel Stewart – Q&A

Nigel is a writer and musician. His first novel, Colouring In, was published in 2019, then The Lines Between Lies, followed in September 2020. Secrets […]

13th May 2022

Samantha Terrell – Q&A

Samantha L. Terrell, author of Vision, and Other Things We Hide From (Potter’s Grove Press); the chapbook Keeping Afloat (JC STUDIO Press); and, most recently, […]

6th May 2022