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Cover designs inspired by art: Wally Lamb’s We Are Water and Rhein II by Andreas Gursky

Cover designs inspired by art: Wally Lamb’s We Are Water and Rhein II by Andreas Gursky

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting!   When browsing through my many bookish newsletters today I came across an ad for Wally Lamb’s latest release We Are Water, and was struck by the cover design, which I found fiercely reminiscent of...

Event Summary: Carlos Ruiz Zafón in conversation at the Wheeler Centre

Event Summary: Carlos Ruiz Zafón in conversation at the Wheeler Centre

    On Monday I popped along to the Wheeler Centre to see Barcelona-born, LA-based author Carlos Ruiz Zafón in conversation with local writer and broadcaster Sian Prior. As usual, I went bearing pen and paper, and took copious notes. (A video of the event will be forthcoming from the Wheeler Centre, but a sort-of-verbatim transcript never...

Bookish links 18 Jan: weather in MG, book tours, book discovery & more

Bookish links 18 Jan: weather in MG, book tours, book discovery & more

RIASS stuff: Review: Welcome to the Great Mysterious by Lorna Landvik Rating: Writing, place and Anthony Doerr’s Four Seasons in Rome Rating: Giveaway: Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks (US only) My recent guest posts: on height in romance novels; an interview about my writing over at The Great Raven My husband (nerdy software developer) and I are going...

Writing, place and Anthony Doerr’s Four Seasons in Rome

Writing, place and Anthony Doerr’s Four Seasons in Rome

    About a fifth of the way through his travel memoir Four Seasons in Rome Anthony Doerr steps back from his rapturous scramble to describe everything around him to muse on Victor Shklovsky’s idea of habitualisation. “The easier an experience,” writes Doerr, “or the more entrenched, or the more familiar, the fainter our...

Bookish links 15 Jan: slow writers, books and money, supporting publishing & more!

Bookish links 15 Jan: slow writers, books and money, supporting publishing & more!

RIASS stuff: Today I’m over at Sue Bursztynski’s blog chatting about myself (because, you know, I don’t do enough of that here) and the book I’m currently working on. Lisa Stasse’s The Forsaken and my frustrations with dystopian YA Sorry guys, I get a bit ranty in this one. Giveaway: Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks (US only) My husband...

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