Everything I Know About Love is published in paperback today. Written by Dolly Alderton, it reads like her column in The Sunday Times. However, just what can we learn from the book?… View Post

The Thalidomide Catastrophe, a book designed to chronicle the history of the Thalidomide disaster, was co-authored by three men.  One of the authors, Martin Johnson, agreed to be interviewed for this blog about his role in the writing and publication… View Post

Note: this review may contain spoilers.  I have been a huge fan of Helen Callaghan’s work ever since I spotted the paperback of Dear Amy; the sleek, red paperback stood out of the pile of best sellers that dominated an already crowded… View Post

As some of you may know, one of my pencils is Abbie, from Abbiechic.com; earlier this year, we met, up, and explored Brighton. (See my post here.) She very kindly sent me a book by her husband, Dan. He has… View Post

It was the cover that fascinated me whilst wondering round Waterstones; Dear Amy is a book with a red background. What intrigued me was the story, about a Teen girl who is missing, yet letters are written to a Newspaper… View Post