Three Eggs by Mike Snelle
June 12, 2011 – 11:00 am | No Comment

The three eggs were the palest of blues, almost white, and were freckled unevenly with tiny brown specks. They were the most beautiful things Thomas had ever held in his hands. He had seen plenty …

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Love Under the Moonlight by Sunita Soliar
June 4, 2009 – 9:44 am | No Comment
Love Under the Moonlight by Sunita Soliar

by Sunita Soliar
‘I suppose I was entirely ridiculous!’ she laughed. He had always liked her laugh when she was young. It had been carefree and easy and it saddened him to hear this contrived cheer.
‘Your …

BOOKS – NIGHTINGALE WOOD, BY STELLA GIBBONS
May 3, 2009 – 6:06 pm | No Comment
BOOKS – NIGHTINGALE WOOD, BY STELLA GIBBONS

by Sunita Soliar

Fans of Cold Comfort Farm will be pleased that Stella Gibbons’ 1938 Nightingale Wood is being reprinted. Those who are familiar with her work will know that Gibbons’ novels were the …

INTERVIEW – ROSS RAISIN
March 4, 2009 – 10:58 am | No Comment
INTERVIEW – ROSS RAISIN

by Sunita Soliar
Notes from the Underground: Sam Marsdyke is a brilliant and complex character but obviously very disturbed. Where did you get your inspiration?
Ross Raisin: Marsdyke was an idea in the first instance, and one …

BOOKS – GOD’S OWN COUNTRY, BY ROSS RAISIN
January 3, 2009 – 5:26 pm | No Comment
BOOKS – GOD’S OWN COUNTRY, BY ROSS RAISIN

by Sunita Soliar

Ross Raisin’s debut novel is an assured and confident work, at once comic and disturbing. Against the backdrop of the conflict between country locals and the invading ‘towns’ Raisin tells the …