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I usually have Bach or Mozart on when I'm writing my thesis. I can't concentrate when it's anything with lyrics because at some point I'll start...
Mary Beard, Rome most recently, and some works on the First World War as well as the usual research and reference books on James Joyce.
I once read the first chapter of the first Fifty Shades, it was terrible. That woman can't string a proper sentence together to save her life! I...
I like cats, the parrots is there for obvious reasons.
I recently read Haverscroft by S.A. Harris which is a ghost story, I kept second guessing ordinary noises in my house. Weird.
I'm trying to picture Sparky as a carrier pidgeon and it's not working.
On a more serious note: I agree with Peder's post earlier, not a lot of...
The Chris Blake series?
I'm going from book signing to book signing doing the odd spot of gardening in between.
O and there's wine, a lot of wine.
(Francis Plug: How To...
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I loved the Rizzoli & Isles book series myself.
James Joyce's Ulysses and Finnegans Wake
The former started my interest in Modernist fiction and I'm currently working on a PhD on the latter.
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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Purple Hibiscus
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I can't be of much help I'm afraid, I read it as part of my secondary school curriculum but all I remember is being thoroughly annoyed by the...
Separate names with a comma.