Quodlibets Mona Lisa smiled when Leonardo said, ‘ok, you can go to the toilet now.’ There is a very recognizable landscape in Roger McGough’s poetry collection, Safety in Numbers, as it begins with poem Some Questions Regarding the New Bicycle and its line, ‘2020 comes careering down the lane,’ and he goes on to write … Continue reading Book Review. Safety in Numbers by Roger McGough.
i am dangling my legs above the brook my hand palm down in the grass i watch my reflection move - observe me lightly then i see the pale pink wrapped like sausage skins around my toes are these plasters waterproof before i dip, swimming them must i remove them? i find i have stuck … Continue reading These Wounds.
I rarely buy books new. if I do, then I am throwing all caution to the wind. Especially hardbacks. I had to make an exception for this book. I don’t know if you follow Amber Fossey on Instagram @zeppelinmoon but her drawings and art and poetry do not fail to put a smile on my … Continue reading Be Wild, Be Free by Amber Fossey
For the past year or so I have been falling in love with the Lady Hardcastle mysteries. They are so fun to read. The dialogue is one of my favourite parts of the stories. I just love good dialogue. The Fatal Flying Affair is the latest book to have been published and unfortunately, I didn’t … Continue reading Book Review. The Fatal Flying Affair by T. E. Kinsey
repost of a review I wrote way back