Rob is flying solo on the podcast this week but Kate has left him a challenge…
A film can mean a book you love is suddenly flying off the shelves, although it can also mean the cover looks very different! For today, Rob’s picked a Hollywood-endorsed copy of World War Z by Max Brooks and Kate’s [Read more]
So, sometimes you forget you already had it and you buy it again. Sometimes you get it as a gift. Sometimes there’s a special reason for it – we’ve both got more than one copy of a book. For Rob, [Read more]
When you’ve got a lot of books, sometimes there are a few things you forgot you even owned. It’s the book-lover’s curse. Rob has found his copy of Band of Brothers by Stephen E Ambrose and Kate unearthed Tom-All-Alone’s by [Read more]
One of the best things about loving books is buying books, and one of the best things about buying books is buying them as gifts for other people. Kate has given A Bit Lost by Chris Haughton and Rob has [Read more]
You know why Kate doesn’t lend books? Because she’s paranoid she won’t get them back. Like these books that we have, even though they don’t *technically* belong to us… Rob’s owning up to The Men Who Stare At Goats and [Read more]
June 4th sees us reveal our least favourite books by our favourite authors. Rob has picked The Man With The Golden Gun by Ian Fleming and Kate has gone for The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan.
For day 1, a favourite book from childhood, Rob has chosen Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl and Kate has chosen The Snow Spider by Jenny Nimmo.
Throughout June, Borough Press is encouraging us all to talk about a book a day on twitter, with the has tag #bookaday. Challenges like this are very popular at the moment on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram – I’ve seen lots [Read more]