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A While in the Woods

Emma Woods, Writer

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fiction

Mapledurham Mill, Reading

'Are you the writer? You look like a writer.' He was a big guy, solid and broad, with a dusty workboots and shoulders that would have looked great on a rugby player. 'Yep,' I said. 'That's me.' He grinned. 'I'm Corry.... Continue Reading →

We are all lonely little readers at heart.

I'm reading Roald Dahl's Matilda to my sons at the moment, and it's the first time I've looked at it since I was a child myself. The book is, at its basic level, about loneliness. It's also about books. 'From... Continue Reading →

Not a Book Review – Best Served Cold by Joe Abercrombie

I loved this book. So. Hard. Mr. Abercrombie is a wonderful writer - dark and witty - and I adore his flawed yet endearing characters, his grittiness, and his attention to detail. He also wields a verb like no one's... Continue Reading →

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