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 loose in reading it? (Although… 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

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 have been interested in this… View Post

What was your favourite gift you were given at Christmas? When starting my journalism course (you can read more about it here) one of my teachers mentioned Harold Evans. A lot. So, I googled him-and asked for his biography My Paperchase, for Christmas.… View Post

“Why bother being a journalist?” is a question I get asked a lot; it seemingly doesn’t fit with what people think of me. Because it wasn’t always an ambition of mine; firstly, I wished to be a writer. And a… View Post