I’ve decided to learn French. I’ve decided this at various points over the last few years. I studied it at school, where by basic grasp of the lingo scored me an A at GCSE. Since then, I’ve let my knowledge of the language dwindle, bar the occasional frenzied muttering of sage phrase, uttered with a … Continue reading »
To bring a much-loved character back to life after a gap of nearly fifteen years (the first Bridget Jones novel was written in 1996, followed by The Edge Of Reason in 1999) was always going to result in both controversy and celebration.
Love writing? Jura Whisky are on the prowl for the world’s best flash-lit author. Could it be you?
As the sequel to cult novel The Shining, Doctor Sleep was always going to have high expectations to live up to. But did it quite manage it?
In honour of Halloween, we take a look at how the idea of the ‘monster’ has changed over the centuries.
With October 31 fast approaching, we’ve compiled a list of the nine most famously terrifying literary offerings for you to feast on this Halloween. Prepare to be spooked – and don’t say we didn’t warn you…
Harriet Hastings launched online biscuit boutique Biscuiteers in 2007. Since then, the business has boomed and the first Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe opened earlier this year. Here, she shares her secrets, tips and advice for making it big in all things tasty.
Up until four hours ago, today’s date was non-distinct in my mind. However, October 15 is actually very calendar-worthy: it marks Ada Lovelace Day, a celebration of women in technology and the world’s first-ever computer programmer.
In a nutshell: An exploration of WikiLeaks (the non-profit organisation which reveals secret and classified information from governments across the globe) and the man behind it, Julian Assange.