Last Night at the Telegraph Club
It’s 1954 and the Red Scare is in full force. Chinese Americans such as Lily’s family must keep a low profile or risk being accused of Communism and deported. When Lily finds an advert for a male impersonator performing in San Francisco, she is drawn…
Endless painting… a weekly check-in
It’s Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon at the weekend! Make sure you’re signed up for an excuse to read and snack all day long. I’d love to say I finished painting the fence, but alas, no. Why is fence painting such hard work?! At least we’re…
Top Ten Books as Crayola Colours
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s fun topic is book titles that would make good Crayola crayon names. I have recreated these ten titles in colour swatches (but click each one to either read my review or see the…
Cold days and bookish nights… a weekly check-in
This week I had Susan Earlam on my blog answering some questions about her new book, go check out my Q+A. I also reviewed Jeff VanderMeer’s Hummingbird Salamander which is out this week. I finished off Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malindo Lo….
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of personal gain. Jane Smith, not…
Q+A with Susan Earlam
Today I have Susan Earlam on the blog, talking about eco-horror, the environment and her new book, Earthly Bodies. Hi Susan, could you briefly introduce yourself? Hello. I’m a writer, I live in Cheshire with my family. I started a blog in 2010….
Walkies and welly recycling… a weekly check-in
So first off, I completely failed at taking part in the London Bookshop Crawl Readathon, I read most of Last Night at the Telegraph Club and that was it. The weather was pretty good for a bank holiday weekend and I got some garden tasks…
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