The thoughts of a news reporter turned novelist on books, films, France, teenagers, moving to the seaside – well, just about anything really...
The best way of getting through an interminably long car journey is by downloading a gripping audiobook. That’s what I reckon, anyway. The Mumsnet Bloggers Network has just sent me a copy of Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo and ...continued
This year’s ChipLitFest was a triumph from start to finish – a satisfying mix of world famous writers who’ve sold millions of books (yes, I’m talking about Lee Child and ...continued
I’ve been thinking about my mum a lot this week. She would have been 80 on May 2 and ten years after her death I still miss her more than ...continued
It’s not every day that you walk to the newsagent’s for a paper and bump into a group of swashbuckling pirates in the car park, their faces caked in make-up ...continued
Julie Cohen is a one-woman dynamo. She’s not only had 20 books published, both under her own name and pseudonyms, but they’ve sold nearly a million copies and been translated into 15 ...continued
Top books for children this Christmas
Teenagers visit First World War battlefields
Why don’t teenagers wear winter coats?
Who will win the Costa Book of the Year?
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