Books

Issues with invisibility – an interview with author Ross Welford

Have you ever wished to just snap your fingers and become invisible? To hide from the world, just for a moment. Ross Welford’s brilliant new novel What Not To Do If You Turn Yourself Invisible is here to change your mind.

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January Book Club

The theme for The Linc’s January book club was Historical Fiction, with everyone free to choose any title within this genre to review.

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November Book Club – Literary Classics

The theme for The Linc’s November book club was ‘rediscovered classics’, with every member choosing a title from the literary canon to review. Peter Pan – J M Barrie (Reviewed by Laura Taylor) J M Barrie’s universally renowned novel Peter Pan epitomises the magic of children’s literature. This epic tale of love, friendship and virtuousness […]

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October Book Club

Each month a selection of writers will be writing short reviews on different books that have caught their attention that month. For October, each writer chose a book they had read recently and couldn’t put down.

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The Nobody People

The Nobody People represents the growing trend of indie authors who are bypassing traditional publishing routes in order to offer the reader an alternative, according to author Richard Daniels.

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Review: No Signposts in the Sea

Years before the Stones and the Beatles defined the decade, 1961 produced a book a little over 100 pages.

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A Song of Ice and Fire – worth the wait?

If you are a fan of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, then you’ll know how painful the wait for the next book is.

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reView: Lolita

Lolita cover

“Lolita is a novel written for no one. The themes are vulgar and testing to even the most liberal of readers.” Fielden Dawson reviews.

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