The Millennium Library, housed inside The Forum in Norwich, has a fantastic children’s area, which we visit almost every week. Not only are there books galore but also dressing up areas, puppets to play with, baby toys and comfy seats to sit and read together (plus various events). As it's in its own enclosed area, … Continue reading Time For You – Borrowing Books From The Library.
I’m not sure how she does it but Isabelle Broom has, once again, written a cracker of a story that doesn’t just make you fall in love with her characters but also the setting. Whenever I read one of her books I always get a serious case of wanderlust but, to be fair, New Zealand, … Continue reading ARC Review: One Winter Morning.
It was cold and grey outside with rain streaming down my windows like mini waterfalls but I had the perfect antidote in my hands – Jen Gilroy’s new book. Reading The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls is like being wrapped in a fleece blanket and handed a cup of warm hot chocolate while sitting in … Continue reading ARC Review: The Wishing Tree In Irish Falls.
There’s no denying I have pondered the question of a nom de plume – although that was before I actually started writing a book. It’s such hard work that I know now I’d want my own name attached to it, if I ever finish it. There are, of course, all sorts of reasons why people … Continue reading What’s In A Name? Q&A With Writer Polly Heron (Aka Susanna Bavin).