Literary Lane: 3 Books To Read This Month

March 5, 2015

The Girl in the Photograph by Kate Riordan Set in the 1930’s The Girl in the Photograph  follows the story of a young woman named Alice Eveleigh, an intelligent girl who seems to have it all but [read more]

Book Review: The Bone Clocks

November 5, 2014

  David Mitchell is somewhat a veteran of having his work long-listed for the Man Booker Prize and ‘The Bone Clocks’ is his latest successful punt. Unfortunately for him it didn’t make the [read more]

Eats, Reads And Leaves

September 1, 2014

A good read is one of the essential ingredients for a relaxing holiday, according to 80 per cent of holidaymakers who always pack one for their travels. Despite this, around 600 books and 1,400 [read more]

Don’t Turn Your Back On Feminism

July 3, 2014

Feminism has become a dirty word but it really shouldn’t be, after all it is just about equal rights for all, men and women alike. Author Alison Morton is known for writing Roman-themed [read more]

An Interesting Life…

November 24, 2010

People are fascinated with celebrity these days with an ever increasing appetite for information about our favourites. And the best place to hear about them is from the horses mouth so to speak.  [read more]

Belle’s Top 10 Summer Reads

July 16, 2010

There is nothing like going away on summer holidays and having the time to indulge in reading a fabulous book – for hours! On the beach, in a park, in a field, or curled up on a chair with a [read more]