10 of the best classic book collections, from the Penguin Clothbound Classics to the Macmillan Collector’s Library.
The mysterious story of Edmund Robinson, child witness during witch trials, and the link to Jennet Device of the Pendle witch trials.
If you’ve found your way here, you are likely the sort of person who loves nothing more than curling up with a good book. Me too! If you want to make your reading experience even cosier (no matter how small your reading spot), I’ve put together a selection of some of my favourite accessories, from … Continue reading 8 Of The Best Cosy Reading Accessories →
Fantastic news everyone! The Hellion has been snatched up by heavyweight audiobook publishers W. F. Howes, to be released as an audiobook which will be available through all the usual audio sources (audible, libraries, etc.) This is truly wonderful news and I can’t wait to listen to it. The Hellion will be narrated by Melanie … Continue reading The Hellion To Be An Audiobook →
Here are 6 books to pick up if you want to dip your toe into reading classics. Featuring a wide range of genres – some may surprise you!
With another strange and chaotic year ahead, we can rely on one thing to keep us sane – books. Fortunately, there are a number of exciting books coming out this year and I don’t know about you, but I find the process of preordering books, forgetting about them and the excitement when they arrive a … Continue reading Books To Look Forward To In 2021 →
I’m so excited to be sharing a beautiful new range of bookish clothes and accessories, perfect for any bibliophile. With many of us stuck inside for the foreseeable, I’ve focused on comfortable loungewear- they’re perfect to curl up and read in, but still look great on a (dreaded) zoom call. I’m delighted to have partnered … Continue reading Cosy Bookish Clothes And Accessories For Book Lovers →
If you are anything like Panda here, you have a bookcase (whether that’s in your home, virtual or in your local library) full of books waiting to be read. You want to power through them all but there never seems to be enough time. So you set a reading goal. Reading goals are great in … Continue reading The Constant Reader: How To Set And Stick To Reading Goals →
Let’s face it, 2020 was a bit of a downer. It turns out that a global pandemic really isn’t much fun, curtailing all sorts of joyful things from weddings to festivals to simply meeting for a coffee. Still, one thing it couldn’t take away from us was our books. Reading became a bastion of solace … Continue reading 10 Uplifting Books To Read In 2021 →
A short story by Harriet Young Christmas was always a tricky time of year. His mother knew, she kept her distance, had done since he had first moved away. There might be a phone call on Boxing Day or, more likely, the day after, but Christmas Day was his and his alone – or at … Continue reading The Ghosts Of Christmas Past →
The Hellion by Harriet Young is a novel based on the Pendle Witch Trials of 1612.
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