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Crime Wave Press asked me to read and review Andy Rausch’s novella collection, Riding Shotgun and other American Cruelties. Rausch is an American author, film journalist, film producer, screenwriter and actor. Synopsis: ‘Riding Shotgun and other American Cruelties’ is a unique collection of quirky, Tarantinoesque crime novellas, representing three very different sub-genres. In the first […]Read More
At the end of last month I was honoured (and a tad giddy) to be invited to the Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist event at Fremantle HQ, to celebrate the six authors who had made it onto the shortlist with an evening of Bailey’s and discussions about the power of a woman’s voice. I was […]Read More
I recently realised that Ted Talks are available as podcasts on the iphone Podcast app. They range from under ten minutes to under an hour long so you can easily binge a few episodes. After listening to handle of talks over the past few days, these two stood out. The Power of Women’s Anger by […]Read More
I’ve wanted to do regular book reviews for a while now, as I love to read (surprise!) and I paid £27,000 for the privilege. I mean I also got a degree out of it and wrote a few thousand words too, but essentially I paid a hefty lil sum to work my way through someone […]Read More
Named after Marie Kondo’s ‘The Life Changing Magic of Tidying’, Sarah Knight has written another gem in the form of a witty and eloquent self-help book on how not to give a fuck about things that don’t bring you joy. Once you’ve cleared out your house, you should clear out your life. For Knight, she […]Read More
Thank you so much to Gabbie over at The Opinionated One for nominating me to participate in the Sunshine Blogger Award! This award is such a great way to get to know other bloggers, and the blogging community over on twitter is always soooo supportive. So, what is the Sunshine Blogger Award? This award is […]Read More
Holy moly. I’ve just finished the last episode of BBC’s Killing Eve and I LOVED it. Despite yanoo it being a tad disturbing. But. W-O-W. So many people had recommended the show to me and after I saw Phoebe Waller Bridge produced it I was already sold, as I thought Fleabag was genius. Just hilarious. […]Read More