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The Bass Rock – Evie Wyld

‘The Bass Rock’ is a gothic wonder, awash with ghosts, the supernatural, violence and death. Like Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ (1897) it is a book written in blood and anger. In the early 1700s, a young girl, Sarah, is … Continue reading

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This month’s book haul

I so miss bookshops. That lovely mooching and fingering and stumbling across titles you  so desperately want, never even knew existed, or which you never even knew that you desperately wanted. That enticing awareness of so many books, so little … Continue reading

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Pant-wetting excitements for 2020

A the year draws full circle, I can’t help but look forward to see what pant-wetting excitements we have lined up for next year Ali Smith – Summer Of course, in July we have the final volume of Ali Smith’s ‘seasons’ … Continue reading

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