Month: October 2022

Nobody (2021)

I was a bit tired last night and didn’t have much brain power for a new film of much over 90 minutes, especially after at […]

29th October 2022

Amy Jeffs – Q&A

Amy Jeffs is an art historian specialising in the Middle Ages. In 2019, she gained a PhD in Art History from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, […]

28th October 2022

Midwinter Burning

Tanya Landman. Walker Books. (256p) ISBN 9781406397185 I loved Tanya’s previous books, especially Horse Boy, so was really pleased to get a chance to read […]

17th October 2022

The Red Red Dragon

Lynne Reid Banks, Kristina Kister. Walker Books. (368p) ISBN 9781529507799 I’ve been really lucky in the books I’ve been approved for on NetGalley recently and […]

15th October 2022

Hull, Pleasantly Surprised

We had booked to go to Hull earlier in the year but had to put it off due to Minnie’s thyroid going wrong and we […]

14th October 2022

Deshan Tennekoon – Q&A

Deshan Tennekoon is a physically rickety but mentally limber writer from Sri Lanka. His books for Think Equal are taught in schools around the world […]

14th October 2022

I Did See a Mammoth!

Alex Willmore. Farshore. (32p) ISBN 9780008503574 Everyone at the shop had commented on how good this book looked and I was so glad to get […]

10th October 2022