Book Reviews

London Book Fair – Day 3

So, we finally move onto the final day of the fair. There wasn’t a lot on that I wanted to see so I had a lie in and went in about lunch time, which thankfully meant the tube was a lot quieter than the day before. I only had one planned seminar to attend and,… Continue reading London Book Fair – Day 3

Book Reviews, Bookish Thoughts and Experiences

London Book Fair – Day 2

Day 2 and I don’t know how it was possible but it seemed busier than Day 1. I got in slightly later today and missed the first seminar I wanted to attend, but the second one made up for it. Based in the High Street Theatre Booth, the “Three Ages of Bookselling” was a certain… Continue reading London Book Fair – Day 2

Book Reviews

London Book Fair – Day 1

So, it has almost been a whole week since the fair opened and now I’m back home and settled I shall be sharing with you what I did, what I thought of it and whether I would go again next year. As with previous years the Olympia was heaving! A queue to get in and… Continue reading London Book Fair – Day 1

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London Book Fair Preparation

With only five days left until the London Book Fair opens its door here are some of my tips on what you need to bring to survive and flourish. Food Whether it’s your first or tenth time at the fair bring always bring snacks and a drink. While they do have some cafés and food… Continue reading London Book Fair Preparation

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Western Fringes – Amer Anwar

I received this book from the author in return for an honest review. Set in Southall, London, Zaq Khan is trying to lead a quiet life after being released from prison but his new boss won’t let him. Hired to find the boss’s missing daughter in a week, Zaq is led through London involving blackmail,… Continue reading Western Fringes – Amer Anwar