Goodness… where to start with my review of Penny Pinching Tips for the Morally Bankrupt. This is probably the most diverse book of short stories I’ve come across, and with such a range of eclectic stories, among the 43 in this volume, there’s bound to be something in there for everyone. There are […]

  Please Don’t Ask for Extra Glasses is the second book in a series and I reviewed the first book, Do Not Wash Hands in Plates, HERE. Following on from book 1 our three intrepid travellers have once more convened in India to spend a few weeks exploring (covering over 1500 miles) and consequently this […]

  Arthur and Jessie’s first day trip to the seaside is momentous for two reasons. Firstly, because Jessie realises her feelings have deepened to love towards Arthur, someone she’s only ever considered a friend before. Secondly, because as they return home the announcement is made that Britain is at war. It is 1914 and Jessie […]

  This second part of the My Life in Horses series is a collection of vignette-style diary entries and other pieces grouped by the four seasons, and spanning two years. One of these is 2020 so naturally includes the impact Covid 19 has had on this writer’s riding life. Jan Ruth lives and rides in […]

  I read Productivity for Writers after listening to a podcast recently. I have been writing for some years now so much of the information in the book I’ve heard/read before, here and there, however it never hurts to both, have this book as a reminder, and to have all the information in one place. […]