Monday, May 20, 2019



Book Review: Wild Africa, Odyssey In A Ford Corsair GT

‘They say that Africa grabs hold of you and never lets go”. In Brian Dawtrey’s new autobiographical novel he looks back to 1964 to tell the story of his second tour of overseas aid. Along...

Paul Davies Talks ‘Shakespeare’ And ‘The Importance Of Reading’ in The Quill Society’s Second...

‘She who reads lives a thousand lives, she who doesn’t read lives only once.’ The second instalment in The Quill Society's growing list of fabulous guest speakers came in the form of Mr Paul Davies,...
Kedge Skroppett

Interview: Eunice P. England – Kedge Skroppett

Fortune, woe, hope, murder and revenge: these are the foundations for Eunice P. England’s debut novel, Kedge Skroppett, released on 16th December 2015 by Austin Macauley. Set in the early eighteenth century, Kedge Skropett...



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