Reviews (Feature Category)

Reviews

The Rift

A novel that asks and raises many more questions than it answers, The Rift is a compelling story of humanity’s existence, of love, loss and the nature of belief. An utterly captivating read.

Read more

Reviews

The Seagull

It all begins on a dark night in the nineties and we all know that looking into the dark can make things appear to be there when they’re not but when DI Vera Stanhope looks into the dark, she realises that the ghosts she finds are not just figments of her imagination…

Read more

Reviews

Indigo Donut

Indigo Donut is at its heart a story of transcendent friendship truth and a love of one’s city. A timely and thoroughly recommended read.

Read more

InterviewsReviews

Perfectly Norman: We Review This New Summer Read and Catch Up With Tom Percival

Needless to say, Norman’s enviable wings will be making us revisit this story over and over again.

Read more

Reviews

The Emma Press Anthology of Aunts

So, it’s National Aunts and Uncles Day today and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Aunts than by reviewing The Emma Press’ Anthology of Aunts.

Read more

A little bit more

InterviewsReviews

Depictions of Farming in Literature: Review of The Farm at the Edge of the World and Interview with Sarah Vaughan

We’ve all done it haven’t we–? Been sitting in some idyllic place, having a cream tea, looked out across the charming rural landscape and thought, yes I could do this…

Read more

Reviews

Celebrating Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

Imagine my dilemma if you will, as I sat down to write a review of Miss Austen’s work for her bicentenary and I had to choose just one favourite.

Read more

Reviews

The Good Daughter

Nothing provides better antidote to humidity than a spine-chilling thriller and this is a novel that certainly delivers on that point.

Read more

InterviewsReviews

No Filter: An Interview with Orlagh Collins

On publication day for her debut young adult novel, No Filter we share our review and our interview with Orlagh Collins.

Read more

Reviews

The Summer of Impossible Things

Time is a hot topic and one thing’s for sure – there’s just not enough of it. It is in the future fleetingly and in the past for every second we move on and that’s the point – time moves on. There is no slowing it down, no freezing a perfect moment or redoing an awful one… or is there?

Read more

Subscribe to our newsletter and keep up to date with all the latest news, opportunities, events and features.

« December 2017 » loading...
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Thu 14

Annual Short Story Prize

£12.00
|
3rd October 2017 - 31st May 2018
Thu 14

Debut Poetry Collection Prize

£12
|
3rd October 2017 - 30th November 2018