Penguin Books

22 Jan 19
Jama's Alphabet Soup

  1. Been a Mary Engelbreit fan for decades, especially enjoying her greeting cards and calendars. Happy to see her social justice pieces in recent years — like this lovely “Humanity” fine print. It’s available in two sizes, 11″ x 14″ and 16″ x 20″ (signed or unsigned). This design is also available on a […]

22 Jan 19
My Little Library

“I value our Relationship more than you will ever know, you are the girl of my dreams and I don’t know what I did to deserve a girl as wonderful as you” My RatingsPlot – 3.5/5Characters – 3/5Writing Style – 3.5/5Climax – 4/5Entertainment Quotient – 3/5 About the BookGenre- Romance And ThrillWriter- Durgjoy DuttaPages-279 I […]

22 Jan 19
I didn't have my glasses on....

     Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost. Penguin Books, 2005

22 Jan 19
Least In The Kingdom

Interesting that I said I was giving up buying junk way back in 2007. I don’t remember that ever really happening until much more recent. The past couple of years I have been focusing on not buying clutter and junk, for real.  But then a couple of days ago, I bought this big squishy minion […]

22 Jan 19
KAFILA - 12 YEARS OF A COMMON JOURNEY

It is rather difficult to begin when you know that within a few days or weeks, one of your close friends could be behind bars under one of the most draconian laws crafted by this Republic. The world knows him as Anand Teltumbde, but for me he has always been Anand. Merely four months ago, […]

22 Jan 19
M28 A31

It has been quite a while since my last M.D. post, which I wrote in the atrium of the Bahen Centre before running off to Robarts to retrieve a book from the economics section of the library. If anyone who is reading is interested, yes I will be back this semester in my normal corner […]

22 Jan 19
Anderson Valley Advertiser

THE BRAND NEW 4TH EDITION of The Hiker’s hip pocket Guide to the Mendocino Coast is finally out. Long-time Fort Bragg resident and author Bob Lorentzen and his friends have beavered away for months making sure that visitors and residents will be able to find a great place to walk, bike, ride, picnic and more […]

22 Jan 19
yaya_reads

Powerful, Compelling, A Cutting-Edge Narrative on Where We are Today! Ted Grayson has been a very successful reporter. His face has been splashed across TV, magazines, and online for over twenty years. He became known as the face of America in broadcasting, respected, adored, wealthy, and envied. He had it all, until that fateful day […]

22 Jan 19
andi watson

I’m fortunate enough to be attending Angouleme this year, the first time since 2007. This is where I’ll be over the rest of the week: THURSDAY 24 JAN 12h-15h : signing at çà et là stand (bulle du nouveau monde, stand n34) FRIDAY 25 13h-16h : signing at çà et là SATURDAY 26 10h-13h and […]

22 Jan 19
JacquiWine's Journal

Perceptive, engrossing and enigmatic, Look at Me – Anita Brookner’s third novel – is something of a minor masterpiece, probing as it does the inner life of a lonely young woman who experiences a brief period of renaissance, only to be scarred by the torrid experience. The woman in question is Frances Hinton, a spinster […]

22 Jan 19
All Things Jane Austen

Once upon a time, Pride and Prejudice was only set in England. 200 years later it is set pretty much everywhere. What could be special about this version (besides its very exotic location)? Well, I bring you the author herself to talk about her and her book.

22 Jan 19
Consequence of Sound

The short-lived and underrated cartoon sitcom still enjoys a cult audience 25 years later.

22 Jan 19
Europa United

Europa United is delighted to welcome John Gloster-Smith 2019 to our team of contributing writers. John is a graduate of Oxford University, a former Director of History and Politics at Mill Hill School, London, and a facilitator and coach in professional and personal development, working often at the heart of UK government. He is now largely […]