What’s a shelf-talker? Well they’re those little cards that tell you about a product which are either stuck to a shelf-edge or wrapped around a product, and in a bookshop are generally written by one of the shops staff. (Whether they are actually the employees personal opinion or corporate one is another thing altogether! – and probably depends on whether… Read more →
And the winner of my Lucy Burns giveaway is… MJ Congratulations, MJ, if you pop over to my contact form and let me know where you’d like the book sending, I’ll get it off you you as soon as I can!
Mailbox Monday, is hosted by Marcia, of The Printed Page. Head over there if you want to see what everyone else got last week or you want to play along. Bad Bloggers As both the above books have come in to the house because of Chris’ review of Hey Nostradamus and his attempt to obtain Coupland’s entire oeuvre, he gains… Read more →
Well, as many book bloggers are doing, I’m taking a quick look at my reading so far this year, checking out my stats and picking out my favourites so far. (It’ll be interesting to see how many of the ten books I’ve selected feature in my end of year wrap-up. There are some that I’m absolutely certain will do, of… Read more →
Welcome Sunday Saloners! This week ended up being a fairly decent reading wee – even if all the books I read weren’t perfect – I managed to finish off four books! Hey Nostradamus by Douglas Coupland Up a Tree in the Park at Night with a Hedgehog by P. Robert Smith Gold by Dan Rhodes Sweethearts by Sarah Zarr I… Read more →