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BOOK REVIEW Happiness For Begginers

BOOK REVIEWS: Happiness for Beginners by Carole Matthews

Sphere, Hardback, £12.99 The author admits that her own time as a lonely youngster at the real Animal Antiks Farm was...
Birdwatching Walks in Bowland

Birdwatching walks in Bowland

The Forest of Bowland boasts Lancashire’s most beautifully dramatic landscapes, recognised by more than half of century as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural...
PP Hartnett

Poetry and Predators | PP Hartnett

He photographed the birth of London’s 1970s punk explosion, he survived the hedonism of London’s drug-fuelled 80s gay club scene when friends died of...
The Pie at Night by Stuart Maconie

BOOK REVIEW: The Pie at Night

By Stuart Maconie, Ebury Press, paperback, £16.99 This is the author’s view of life in the North when it comes to entertainment, food, culture, sport...
Pigs Might Fly

BOOK REVIEW: Pigs Might Fly

Always a good source of literary targets, the Yorkshire Dales hits the mark again, this time in Neil Hanson’s story of how he moved...

Best audiobooks of the month | August 2018

The Martian By: Andy Weir Narrated by: R. C. Bray Length: 10 hrs and...
Best Audiobooks September 2018

Best audiobooks of the month | September 2018

Origin by Dan Brown By: Dan Brown Narrated by: Paul Michael Series:...
Tony Husband

BOOK REVIEW: From a Dark Place by Tony Husband and Paul Husband

From a Dark Place is an easy-to-understand book about a drug addict and his family. Simply said, but not easily understood, this book, written...
Landscape Photographer of the year

2018 marks the twelfth edition of the popular Landscape Photographer of the Year

2018 marks the twelfth edition of the popular Landscape Photographer of the Year, the stunning coffee-table book that contains spectacular full-colour prints of the...
Frank Canning

An entertaining account and perspective on one man’s inspirational journey

From extreme poverty and humble beginnings, to a life of plenty, retired businessman, artist and author, Frank...