Month: August 2012

Literary Birthday – 24 August – Stephen Fry

Happy Birthday, Stephen Fry, born 24 August 1957 Stephen Fry: On Reading & Writing On Books Books are no more threatened by Kindle than stairs by elevators. Read slowly Savour every word and every line. Reading verse can be like eating chocolate - so much…

Dorothy Parker: On Writing

Dorothy Parker was an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist. Taken from The Paris Review interview by Marion Capron How do you actually write out a story? It takes me six months to do a story. I think it out and then write it sentence…

Thesaurus Club

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Bookshops we want to visit

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The Weekly Bookshelf

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Abstract Nouns

What is a noun? A noun is a naming word. It identifies people, places, or things. According to Merriam-Webster, it is 'a word that is the name of something (such as a person, animal, place, thing, quality, idea, or action) and is typically used in…

Book Review – Tell The Wolves I’m Home

by Carol Rifka Brunt (Pan MacMillan) ISBN: 9781447202134 Sibling rivalry, the taboo around AIDS in the eighties, and a teenager’s crush are central themes in Brunt’s first novel. The famous painter Finn Weiss made a portrait of his nieces, June and Greta during the last…
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