XX by Angela Chadwick: riveting and believable

XX by Angela Chadwick is a highly realistic science fiction novel set in the here and now with a political climate mirroring the current one, not only in this country. What this book really considers is human rights, the meaning of 'family' and the influence of the media on our lives. I love that this... Continue Reading →

Women in publishing: Our trials and tribulations

Last night, I attended Women Working in Publishing: Past, Present and Future led by the SYP London team (inc me!). It was SUCH an inspiring event and brought to light issues faced across all areas of the business, all ages and types of woman. I decided to do a bit of a round-up of some... Continue Reading →

The Puppet Show: A Review

To say that The Puppet Show is just another great crime novel would be an understatement and do a great disservice to the novel and its author. Reading this novel sent me down a journey filled with moral dilemmas, proving once more that people (especially men) all have the capacity for evil inside them. The... Continue Reading →

Get a Job in Publishing Course Review

Last weekend, I attended The Literary Consultancy's course 'Get a Job in Publishing', designed for graduates, first-time jobbers and more experienced professionals who want to change their industry. The course offered insight into the various routes into publishing careers - traditional and controversial - and included some excellent, inspiring speakers from a variety of backgrounds.... Continue Reading →

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