When I was growing up, the newspaper that I wanted to work at, more than anything, was The Guardian under Alan Rusbridger’s editorship. The Guardian at the time was producing brilliant stories, be it phone… View Post

If you ever need a book for a plane ride, I’d suggest you pack The Little Book Of Audrey Hepburn. I was gifted it to review-and yes, it was in time for a plane ride!… View Post

Do I Make Myself Clear?, by Sir Harold Evans, seems to be a book designed for the wordsmith types. It had also been on my list of books to read. What did I have to… View Post

Harry’s Last Stand is a book that I originally came across via Twitter; the story of a man, who, at the age of ninety five, decided to tour refugee camps, to try and find a… View Post

The Thalidomide Catastrophe is a book written by Martin Johnson, Raymond G. Stokes, and Tobias Arndt. Released today, I was lucky enough to be able to review an advanced reader copy. As a journalist, I… View Post