Month: January 2023

Greg Howard – Q&A

Greg Howard was born and raised in the South Carolina Lowcountry where his love of stories blossomed at a young age. Originally set on becoming […]

27th January 2023

Maria Oliver – Q&A

Maria Oliver is a Hertfordshire based yoga teacher and member of the British Wheel of Yoga. She started teaching yoga in 2015, much to her […]

25th January 2023

The Luminaries

Susan Dennard. Daphne Press. (288p) ISBN 9781837840007 Another book I received from NetGalley at the end of last year, thinking I’d dip my toe back […]

21st January 2023

Sheila M. Averbuch – Q&A

Sheila M. Averbuch is a former journalist who’s interviewed billionaires, hackers and would-be Mars colonists. She holds a 2019 New Writers Award from the Scottish […]

20th January 2023


Hannah Kaner. HarperCollins. (304p) ISBN 9780008521462 I’d been put off fantasy for quite a while now as the stories seemed to use all the same […]

18th January 2023

The Wildstorm Curse

Eve Wersocki Morris. Hachette Children’s. (320p) ISBN 9781444963342 My first children’s book of the year does mean I’ve been a wee bit remise in reading […]

16th January 2023

Jon Barton – Q&A

Dive is a gripping crime thriller about the murky world of Metropolitan Police divers and the River Thames, London’s deadliest crime scene. When his daughter […]

13th January 2023

Starting Out in Zines

It’s taken me years playing about with formats and styles and still I’ve never really come to a decision on how I wanted to show […]

12th January 2023

Bookbinding with Angela James

Today was the day of the book binding course with Angela James at the Joe Cornish Gallery in Northallerton. I had been looking forward to […]

12th January 2023