Author of The Elves of Eytherfel
Fun Reads of Interest
About The Author
Fun Reads of Interest
Chissick Chat #16 ~ Read the Interview with Amelia Chambers
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Following the Easter break, I’m chatting with Amelia […]
HUMOUR: John Sharpe: No. 1,348 (Underworld) by Riley J Froud
Every once in a while you get to read something special and this is […]
Chissick Chat #15 ~ Read the Interview with Janet Gogerty
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog. We are starting April by saying hello to Janet […]
A review of ‘Behind the Scenes at the Museum’ by Kate Atkinson
Can you keep a secret? Most authors can, often the plots of novels depend […]
A Deluge of Comfort
By Syl Sabastian “Drought always ends in rain.” Sometimes, the profoundly obvious, is also […]
Chissick Chat #14 ~ Read the Interview with Kimberly Livingston
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Today I’m saying hello to Kimberly Livingston, an author […]
Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for December 1, 2020
The best book deals of the day, curated by Book Riot.
A List of Demands From Your Roommates, Your Books
Your books surround you on all sides, and suddenly their spines look ominous. How did they write a list? And what do they want?
Epic Comics to Get Lost in
These aren't your one-sitting kind of reads; settle in, take your time, and luxuriate in these epic comics.
5 Books About Complicated Families by BIPOC Authors
Here are five books written by BIPOC authors that each detail the intricacies of different complicated families.
A 2020 Literary Advent Calendar
Get your daily dose of bookish delight this holiday season with Book Riot's 2020 Literary Advent Calendar.
the Paris Review
The Cold Blood of Iceland
Weather, a natural force magnified by island circumstance, is the cold blood of Iceland. Weather with its amoral, wanton violence is lethal here.
Inhale the Darkness
Will it keep getting darker, will the darkness swallow me, will it swallow us all together?
Remembering Jan Morris
Although Morris, who died Friday at the age of ninety-four, preferred to travel alone, her writing radiates the qualities of an ideal companion: knowledgeable, witty, relaxed, and always […]
The Libraries of My Life
My library is a response to the void of my parents’ house: there are traces of all the public libraries I’ve visited since childhood.
Redux: A Dining Room Deserted
This week, we’ve lowered the paywall on Derek Walcott’s Art of Poetry interview, a short story by Nick Fuller Googins, and a poem by Pablo Neruda.
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