Reviewed by Susan Lobban The last thing Kate Fullerton expected when she joined The Tea Chest as a creative would be to one day become owner. Overnight, Kate goes from spending her days creating tea to having to make major business decisions. Now she must decide whether she should forge ahead with plans to open a branch in London, possibly at the expense of her young family. … [Read more...] about Review – The Tea Chest by Josephine Moon
Archives for May 2014
It is difficult to recommend an eBook reader for reading PDF content. There is a structural difference between eBook readers and PDF files and this is why you may not get the best experience of PDF in your reader. Wondering why? Here is the answer... An eBook reader is designed in a way for you to scroll from one page to another. A PDF file, on the other hand, has a page … [Read more...] about Which is the Best PDF eBook Reader?
The annual Desmond Elliott Prize, which has been dubbed the “most prestigious award for first-time novelists” by the Telegraph, announced its shortlist yesterday. The three nominated novels are The Letter Bearer by Robert Allison (Granta), Ballistics by D.W. Wilson (Bloomsbury) and Eimear McBride’s A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing (Galley Beggar Press). McBride’s debut has already … [Read more...] about News – Desmond Elliott Prize Shortlist Announced
While Orpington-based Rea loves her job as a beauty therapist, she loves reading books even more. Three years ago, she started her own book blog, Rea Book Review, to keep up with the numerous novels she’d devoured (often three a week!). Today, Rea has invited us to take a peek at her TBR pile. The only thing missing from my bedside table is my cup of tea and a bar of … [Read more...] about My Bedside Table by Rea of Rea Book Review
Irish novelist Roisin Meaney – whose latest novel, After the Wedding, just hit the shelves – joined us last week to talk about pinching scenes from everyday life and heavily disguising her cat in most of her books. Today, she's back with her top five writing tips for aspiring authors. 1. Enrol in a writing course. It’ll give you a focus, and hopefully teach you … [Read more...] about Roisin Meaney’s Top Five Writing Tips