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So I am a voracious reader, I never quite lost the part of me that as a kid would stay up to read just one more chapter, and then I’d hear the birds chirping and realise that I’d been reading all night and the morning was threatening to ruin a good time. I want to … Continue reading Scribd

Dearest, Darling, Decay by J.H. Laird

So this short story was written by our very own Jenna Laird for Ravenfest, a two day festival which took place on October 29th and 30th 2021. This event celebrates famous American author and poet, Edgar Allan Poe and so entrants were encouraged to write a piece of fiction, approximately 500 words in length in … Continue reading Dearest, Darling, Decay by J.H. Laird

Book Review: The Familiar Dark by Amy Engel

Pages - 238 Publisher - Hodder & Stoughton "Because that's the one thing women are never, ever allowed to be. We can be sad, distraught, confused, pleading, forgiving. But not furious. Fury is reserved for other people. The worst thing you can be is an angry woman, an angry mother." Earlier this year I read … Continue reading Book Review: The Familiar Dark by Amy Engel

Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Pages – 355 Publisher – Penguin Random House “Daisy: That’s how it was back then. I was just supposed to be the inspiration for some man’s great idea. Well, fuck that. That’s why I started writing my own stuff.” page 16. The first time I heard about Taylor Jenkins Reid was when her last book, … Continue reading Book review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Book Review: In the Distance by Hernan Diaz

Number of pages – 336 pages Publisher – Daunt Books I first came across this book on a YouTube video and I had to have it because the cover blew me away. In the video, when the person was discussing it they made it sound like it was a fantasy novel but after doing my … Continue reading Book Review: In the Distance by Hernan Diaz