To any of you still around (oh how I love you) I am still alive, still working with books, but Continue reading
The tentative return of MsPeacock : Women’s Rights and the Human Rights Act Here ends my long absence from MsPeacock. Continue reading
Last week some tiresome workplace bullying drove me from a job I loved. The silver lining is that when the Continue reading
Sapho Bookshop, Café & Wine Bar: Lyrical and poetic. Dark and sexy and sophisticated. Sort of like Paris, or ripe Continue reading
Oops. I forgot to include PASCAL COURCELLES. Pascal is a brilliant Belgian artist that only recently turned to books. Inspired by Continue reading
To many the defacement of a book is sacrilege. Marginalia, that beautiful process of marking up a book, is often Continue reading
According to Shakespeare “brevity is the soul of wit”. noted.
“We read to know we are not alone.” C.S.Lewis We read for a million reasons. To seek solace and companionship Continue reading