Cat Stone overviews the very first novel, The Tale of Genji, and it’s cultural impact.
Review: The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary by Catherine Gray Danni Darrah reviews one of her most loved novels It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the self-help genre. I’ve read how to not give a f*** with Manson, understood the ways of a calm life with Fearne Cotton and even tried finding the […]
I was hesitant about choosing Sally Rooney’s Normal People as my ‘favourite book of recent months’. I wondered: is there really anyone out there who still hasn’t read it? With all the articles written about it, love and official award recognition, has this novel been discussed too much recently? I’m not sure. This is an […]
O ur nightmares are filled with fears of claustrophobia, feelings of imminent danger and monsters. The monsters of our dreams don’t exist, but some people give it their best shot. Well Jack the hero of our story lives in a nightmarish world blissfully unaware of the dangers and monsters around him; he is just five […]
November, for many people around the world, either means Movember or NaNoWriMo. While Movember is far better known, the National Novel Writing Month Challenge is surely the more daunting of the two. The challenge, known informally as NaNoWriMo, gives participants 30 days to write a 50,000 words novel. That’s just fewer than 1,700 words every day. […]