The ultimate read to get your brain buzzing!
The pop-up picture book that brings you closer to nature. * It’s almost spring – can’t you feel it? The green is sprouting in the park and the birds are shaking out their winter feathers as if to say, “Bring it on, 2018.” With those longer days fast-approaching, I wanted a book that made meContinue reading “Little Hazelnut”
Charlie Elder is on a mission. From endangered snakes to adorable dormice – this author will stop at nothing until he’s uncovered some of the rarest animals in the British Isles. Few and Far Between gives us a unique glimpse into the lives of our most secretive creatures, and the experts who are doing allContinue reading “Few and Far Between: On the Trail of Britain’s Rarest Animals”
There seems to be an influx of art events this month, and I’m not quite sure where to begin! I’ve recently put my name down to help at the Lancaster LitFest (14th-23rd October 2011). Volunteers are always needed for distibuting leaflets, ticket-selling and ushering at front of house. Don’t be afraid to get in touchContinue reading “LitFest, competitions and readings!”
I was talking to a Creative Writing student from a nearby university yesterday about his course. We were comparing poetry and I noticed a greater variety of styles in his than in my own. Puzzled and with the molten pangs of jealousy I asked him about this. Throughout his course he had been reading, “Poems for the Millenium:Continue reading “Calling all confused Creative Writing students!”