Reviews

We highlight the best writing guides and other equipment for the writing life

The Roommates by Rachel Sargeant
‘Gripping, original and unpredictable, The Roommates is a must-read’ Alex Lake

08 November 2019

Paper Chain by Graham Mole
Firstly, a question. How would you cope without paper?

08 November 2019

Crime Writing: How to Write the science by Brian Price
How many times have you read a crime novel describing a poisoning, a stabbing,…

06 November 2019

The McKerron Castle by Julie Shackman
Poppy Summers is packing her suitcase to spend a two-week holiday back in her…

06 November 2019

Grace: Friends, Family and Surf - A Girls Journey to Self-Worth by Mei-Ling…
What is it like to grow up with a mother who has Down syndrome or a father who…

06 November 2019

The Last Waltz by P R Hollywood
The Last Waltz is a story of life.

04 November 2019

The Colours of the Dance by E. J. Pepper
In 19th century Ulster, a ten year-old girl becomes the mute and uncomprehending…

29 October 2019

The Putney Flat by Kate Garland
“The Putney Flat is a page-turning novella which blends literature with the…

03 April 2019

The Autumn Murders by S J Ridgway
Autumn 1888, the time of the Whitechapel Murders when five unfortunate women are…

26 September 2018

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