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13 Dec

Star Wars: Thrawn by Timothy Zahn

Review on BookGeek Star Wars: Thrawn is a standalone novel based on the early career of Grand Admiral ......
12 Dec

Linda Hepworth Previews the Words by the Water Festival 2018

Article on BookChap On the 8th December I went to the theatre at Keswick for the launch of ...
12 Dec

Broadcast by Liam Brown

Review on BookGeek I’m still not sure exactly what I think about this book! It’s a wonderfully chilling, ......
08 Dec

Paul Burke’s Ten Alternative Christmas Crackers

Article on BookChap What’s your favourite Christmas book? Possibly A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (that must top ......
05 Dec

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books I’d Like to Reread

Article on BookChap Following on from selecting the books from my TBR shelves, I looked around at all ......
01 Dec

The Mercy of the Tide by Keith Rosson

Review on BookGeek It is late 1983 in Riptide, Oregon, a small, depressed coastal town suffering the effects ......
30 Nov

Author meets Reviewer: G.D. Penman meets Gill Chedgey

Article on BookGeek After having read and reviewed The Year of the Knife, Gill Chedgey posed some question ......
30 Nov

Smoke City by Keith Rosson

Review on BookGeek Marvin Deitz is struggling: his landlord is trying to evict him from his record shop; ......
28 Nov

Daniel Sevitt’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In this latest instalment in our Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them series, Daniel ......
27 Nov

Reading Group Guide: The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

Article on BookGeek In this week’s instalment in our series of reading group guides, Erin Britton poses some ......
26 Nov

Book Week Scotland Launches New Virtual Festival!

Article on BookChap This year, Book Week Scotland will launch its first-ever Virtual Festival to run alongside the ......
23 Nov

The Risen by Tarn Richardson

Review on BookGeek I did really enjoy this book, even though I read it out of turn. It marries ...
22 Nov

Books Are My Bag Readers Awards 2017

Article on BookChap The winners of the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards for 2017 were announced last ...
21 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Dates With Kates

Article on BookChap I’m not sure when this started. I can’t even be sure who it started with. ...
20 Nov

The Year of the Knife by G.D. Penman

Review on BookGeek And the 2017 Award for Speculative Fiction goes to – The Year of the Knife. ......
19 Nov

Wide Awake Asleep by Louise Wise

Review on BookDiva First of all, I just want to say that I absolutely loved this amazing book. ...
15 Nov

YA: Jack Fortune and the Search for the Hidden Valley by Sue Purkiss

Review on BookGeek Now, I know I am in my fifties, but I loved this book! It took me ...
13 Nov

SECOND OPINION: Thin Air by Michelle Paver

Review on BookGeek Not for a long time has a ghost story chilled me to the bones. The ...
11 Nov

Ten Books That Bite Back by Paul Burke

Article on BookGeek I like gritty fiction, grounded in reality, and I relax with noir detective novels. This ......
10 Nov

Gill Chedgey’s Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them

Article on BookChap In the latest instalment in our ‘Ten Books and Why I Acquired Them’ series, Gill ......
08 Nov

YA: Mind the Gap by Phil Earle

Review on BookGeek Mikey’s best friend is worried about him; since his dad’s death, he is just existing ......