May Round-Up – The Books I Read In May 2018

May has been a busy month on the blog as after a quieter month in April I managed to finish reading and reviewing eight books! The first three books I read this month were those I took with me on holiday in April. I finished reading Greatest Hits by Laura Barnett, a wonderful story of … Continue reading May Round-Up – The Books I Read In May 2018

Missing by Alison Moore

One of my most anticipated reads for 2018 was Missing, the latest novel by Alison Moore. Alison is one of my favourite authors and I always look forward to reading her latest work. And the premise of this novel is an intriguing one, as we meet a woman who is haunted by memories from her … Continue reading Missing by Alison Moore

#NFOL2016 Day 1: Michael Symmons Roberts and Alison Moore

The Nottingham Festival of Literature began on 8th November and I was very excited to attend the first reading event of the festival. Taking place at Lakeside Arts this event featured readings from poet Michael Symmons Roberts and author Alison Moore. Presented in partnership with Nottingham Lakeside Arts and the School of English at the … Continue reading #NFOL2016 Day 1: Michael Symmons Roberts and Alison Moore

August Round-Up – The Books I Read In August 2016

In August I read seven books: Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff (Windmill) – My first read of the month told the story of an unconventional marriage. After years of lurching from one lover to another, Lotto decides to settle down when he meets Mathilde, whom he marries having only known her for a couple … Continue reading August Round-Up – The Books I Read In August 2016

Death And The Seaside by Alison Moore

I was excited to hear about Alison Moore’s latest novel, Death and the Seaside having enjoyed her previous novels – Man Booker Prize nominated The Lighthouse published in 2012 and He Wants published in 2014. One of the things I like about Alison’s writing is that she is adept at creating tension and an unsettling … Continue reading Death And The Seaside by Alison Moore