"Books" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Bookworm's WorldA Bookworm's World

Hmm, well I'm an avid rabid reader who loves to share what I'm re...

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Diary of a Surprise MumDiary of a Surprise Mum

Diary of a single mum, not just about but yes about being a mum and about b...

 
Powell River Books BlogPowell River Books Blog

The Powell River Books Blog features posts about off-the-grid living in a f...

 
Jumble MashJumble Mash

Reviews, Rants, Raves and Randomness! A little bit funny, a little bit cyni...

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 


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Late in Yes!, the new memoir from the great pro wrestler Daniel Bryan, there’s a moment where Bryan comes to an epiphany about what he’s doing in the WWE—the place where he’s been employed since 2009: “I came to the realization that what we...

The Guardian rounds up half a dozen brilliant picture books where girl characters defy stereotypes: Princess Daisy and the Dragon by Steven Lenton; The Worst Princess by Anna Kemp; The Princess and the Pony by Kate "Hark! A Vagrant!" Beaton; The Fair...

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By Boing Boing on Jul 29, 2015 in: books

315 x 232cm, £65, comes in four pieces from Present Indicative (via Bookshelf).

There were five American writers among the 13 nominees for the literary award.

Recent studies from Accenture Research and Deloitte Consulting find employee skill gaps and disengagement in the workplace are increasing. That is a problem not only for the companies that are experiencing increased skill gaps, but also for the emplo...

I fell in love with Rysa Walker's time travel stories, the CHRONOS Files. Time's Mirror is a new novella exposing one of her most controversial characters! Read the rest...

Mimoun, the first novel of the great Spanish writer Chirbes, has been, in  my opinion, completely misunderstood by critics. In the novel, a depressive Spanish novelist moves to Morocco and dedicates himself to getting drunk, drugged and having sex w...