It may be a blogger/millennial faux pass to admit, but I didn’t know much about Emma Gannon until recently. Sure I’d seem people talking about her first book, Ctrl, Alt, Delete: Growing Up Online  but it had never really piqued my interest.  Then I…

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I’m going to be honest, I should have written this post a long time ago. I should have read Seas of Snow a lot quicker. I wanted to read it quicker – in one long uninterrupted sitting. Probably with a quiet hour or two after…

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First of all, let me admit, I feel deeply under-qualified to write this review… but something in me says I should try. There is a set structure to ghost stories: normally someone dies; they are either an awful person, or die in awful circumstances. Unable…

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After a mad month that has included moving out, breaking up, moving back home, gal pals and copious amounts of wine, the blogging game is once again ago-go. As with any break-up (I imagine) the weeks following it have all been a bit of whirl,…

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Although the back cover did not inspire me much I bought this book for two very rubbish reasons. Firstly I remember that (although I didn’t actually see it) the film adaption was quite a big deal in its day. Secondly, in the second hand book…

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