Book Review: Helen Lamb, “Three Kinds of Kissing”

I was immediately smitten with Helen Lamb's Three Kinds of Kissing the moment its publication was announced by Vagabond Voices online. From its fantastic cover art to its intriguing summary, I knew it needed to be at the top of my tbr pile. Now, imagine my delight when I went into Blackwell's in search of... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: C.J. Tudor, “The Chalk Man”

When you pick up a thriller, it will generally tell you that it is guaranteed to be "the most chilling book of the year," but most seem to fall short on that claim. It's a situation that always leaves me feeling like I've been cheated out of a good scare or a heart-stopping series of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Theresa Muñoz, “Settle”

Several months ago, I received a lovely package from Vagabond Voices (a Glasgow-based publisher) containing four poetry books. Of the four, Theresa Muñoz's Settle was my first choice and I've continued to return to her words on more than one occasion. In her debut book of poetry, Muñoz works through the themes of migration and technology.... Continue Reading →

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