Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, In the day to day of lockdown, with social distancing enforced globally, the only mode of communication is via technology. This has meant a significant rise in the use of video-conferencing sites and software. There are several video conferencing applications available in the market today including: WhatsApp, Zoom … Continue reading B|t|B: The Lockdown Effect – The rise of the Zoomers!
Hello my fellow bookworms and Page Turners! It’s time to for another panel overview this time we are looking at the third panel i attended at the comic extravaganza that was the Thought Bubble 2015! .. so what is on the post today .. well those of you who read the title, would know that this post … Continue reading B|t|B : #TBF2015 : Panel #3 – The Writers Roundtable
Hello my fellow bookworms and Page Turners! It's time to begin the comic extravaganza that was the Thought Bubble 2015! in today's post kick off with .... *Drum Roll* Panel 1 : Gosh! Comics Presents : The best thing I have read all year – with Hannah Chapman | Margueritte Bennet | Al E-wing | … Continue reading B|t|B : #TBF2015 : Panel #1 Gosh! Comics Presents : The best thing I have read all year
Hello again my fellow bookworms and page turners. wow, now that was a whirlwind of a weekend. Talk about a Rush, Panels, Drinking, food and most of all more comics to shake a stick at, I don't even think Nottingham Forest has enough sticks! This years Thought bubble festival has left me well and truly … Continue reading B|t|B : Thought Bubble 2015 – Comic Convention
Title: The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack Author: Mark Hodder Number of Pages: 371 Published: Jan 1st 2010 by Pyr The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack is the first in a series of called Burton & Swinburne by Mark Hodder. The book series follows the exploits of one fictionalized Sir Richard Francis Burton, … Continue reading B|t|B : Steampunk Week – Book Review : The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack by Mark Hodder
Hello again my fellow bookworms and page turners. wow! Crime Week was such a rush, and seemed to go down very well with most of you! Besides nearly drowning myself in coffee and manic claw typing hands.. I came out of the ordeal mostly unharmed! That being the fact, I have decided to make special … Continue reading B|t|B: *Trumpet sounds* Steampunk Week Announcement!
"The Toads are back in town" That's right, the Larkin Toads are returning to Hull before City of Culture 2017 for Toads Revisted! Toads revised is to celebrate 5 years since the Larkin25 commemoration of the life and work of the poet, novelist and Hull University LibrarianPhillip Larkin. Larkin with Toads was one of the … Continue reading B|t|B: Literary & Culture Events – Toads Revisted – “The Toads are Back in Town”
Hello my fellow bookworms and page turners, in today's post I will be talking about last night's Head in a Book event, which was an evening with Brian case, the event as usual was held within Hull Central library. Brian Case, writer, journalist, interviewer and Jazz lover. Is also the Anglo-Irish son of a Deptford … Continue reading B|t|B : Literary & Culture Events – Head in a Book – Brian Case
Hello fellow Book worms and Page turners, Today post is a compelling interview with the lovely and endearing author of crime, Amanda Jennings. I first came across Amanda's work earlier this year when it was suggested to me by a family member, and then again at the Brit-Crime festival earlier this month, and despite it … Continue reading B|t|B: Crime Week Extra :Interview with Amanda Jennings, Author of The Judas Scar
So over the last few nights, ive been having this very vivid and pretty scary repetitive dream. But on the flip side it would make a pretty intense very short story. So.. let's give this a shot! The dream always starts the same, I am sat in my room, on the computer, and I can … Continue reading B|t|B : Scary Vivid Dreams Make Pretty Good Short Fiction