The Cat Who Saved Books was a netgalley book, for which I am very grateful. I seem to have become better at picking books that suit my post-covid brain since I realised the trouble with those more thrilling books I’d
I met Kristen Twardowski a little while ago when the Story Reading Ape reblogged one of her amazingly insightful posts. Then he reblogged another one and I decided to follow her by email. I don’t know about you, but I like
Bookshelves – or other things as well? That’s the question for this week’s Book Blogger Hop, which you can find at the Coffee Addicted writer. It’s a godsend for anyone hunting for inspiration for a blog post, any weekend throughout the
The Blurb Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a living, can “read” fictional characters to life when one of those characters abducts them and tries to force him into service. Characters from books literally
Thanks to Bruce Gargoyle, I’m picking up a lovely idea… a review of the year by completing a set of sentences with books read so far this year! I hope you enjoy them (they won’t be as funny as Bruce’s).
I hope you enjoyed it when I did this hop through August. I thought I’d pick and choose a few further questions whenever I think they’re interesting – but all of October is related to Halloween, which is really not
Don’t faint. I know it’s Thursday and I don’t often post on Thursday, but since I went into a bookshop for the first time this year I thought I’d comment on it. “First time this year?” I hear you say.
The time draws nearer for editing the next book – called Bravo Victor!
Here we are for the second interview in the series, and Victor is sitting in front of me, swapping his feet over and generally combining an air of nervousness with barely contained excitement. He tells me he has never been
Books. The foundation of a guinea pig’s education. Every castle has a library. Well, it has to really. Who could have a stately mansion without a library? They tend to be the accumulation of wisdom for all the persons of
Marco is a cat. And one day Marco discovers he can read. After a devastating change to his home circumstances he leaves, finding his way to the Angel Springs library and meeting Cicero and the rest of the Dead Cats