Discussion: 05/08/2008 at 05:13PM
In order of page reached
1. The Death of Artemio Cruz/Carlos Feuntes – Three pages from the end. It’s ridiculous I know.
2. The Reprieve/Jean-Paul Sartre – Half way through.
3. The Idiot/F…
Discussion: 02/09/2008 at 06:30PM
I don’t know about everyone else but sometimes I just need to have a good cry and the only way to let it all out is by reading someting that really goes for the emotional jugular. Here are a few I’…
Discussion: 20/11/2008 at 08:32AM
Hermione Lee: Virginia Woolf biography. Having a biog is always a good idea, makes you look erudite. Never mind that it is 800 pages in small type also.
Donna Tartt: The Little Friend. I’ve trie…
Discussion: 27/06/2010 at 09:14PM
“The Great Gatsby” is one of my favourite novels; it is not just an exposé of the decadence of the “Roaring Twenties” but also a profound exploration of love, dreams, illusion and reality, class an…
Discussion: 04/09/2008 at 12:52PM
I read Behind the Scenes at the Museum a while ago and was really impreessed with it but haven’t read anything by Kate Atkinson since – thanks for reminding me about her!
Discussion: 12/09/2008 at 11:34AM
I can see how these Readers might be useful for some, especially if you read a lot, on the move where it is very impractical to carry a few books with them but for the regular bedtime/holiday reade…
Discussion: 30/06/2010 at 12:09PM
It’s been interesting to read other authors’ varying approaches to the same question, but perhaps not surprising that we all seem to feel that effective marketing is of the essence. Up to now I ha…
Question: 23/03/2011 at 07:29AM
How do I protect my copyright if I publish under a pen name?
Question: 23/05/2011 at 06:35PM
Cracking site and service here I have to say. :)
Just published my book last Tuesday (17th May) and just wondered how long it takes for my book to get listed on Amazon.co.uk etc? As P…