Book Review: Quantick’s How to Write Everything

I spent several years studying Literature at university, including some time studying postcolonial literatures, medieval literature (have a thesis to prove that much), the genres and structures of literature, and how to analyse literature. I found, much to my distress, that (in my beloved department, in any case) genre fiction was not really viewed asContinue reading “Book Review: Quantick’s How to Write Everything”

Book review: G.S. Denning’s Warlock Holmes

I’ve been listening to my Audible library trying to get through some of the things I bought on a two-for-one credit sale a while back. I’ve got some highbrow stuff floating through the archive, but, well, also some gentle, familiar, and plain comedy stuff. One such two-for-one purchase was the first two books of G.S.Continue reading “Book review: G.S. Denning’s Warlock Holmes”

Book(s) review: James Herriot’s collected works

Having moved to the UK a bit over six months ago, and having spent three of those months pretty much limited to my flat, I have not had the chance to explore the country like I was hoping to. I know I still have a lot of time to get exploring, and I am soContinue reading “Book(s) review: James Herriot’s collected works”