I always feel like Autumn is a great time to read some classic literature. I think it’s something about the golden leaves, the mist, and the last rays of sunshine, which makes me nostalgic. My favourite classics are those by the Bronte sisters and Jane Austen, and it’s a privilege to be working for a publisher – Vintage – who’ve created some beautiful editions of Jane Austen’s six novels, and Charlotte, Anne and Emily’s best known works. So, I thought I’d take a few pictures and share them with you too.
Join us for an evening of reading, poetry and music from a variety of members of the Colchester community. There will be a mixture of extracts from specially chosen authors and also some original works. Continue reading “Reading Evening for EducAid”
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Waterstones are asking for the books that changed people’s lives. Did one book make you want to change your job, travel the world, or see the things around you in a different way?
Kate and Rob discuss the Books That Made Us. Continue reading “Podcast: The Books That Made Us”