Secret Swindon by Angela Atkinson

Swindon’s hidden gems are being revealed to the world thanks to local blogger Angela Atkinson, who has turned her ...

Book Review: How Do You Like Me Now? by Holly Bourne

Well, this would definitely count as one of those easy to read yet satisfying Summer reads. ‘How do you like me ...

Book Review: Truly, Madly, Guilty by Liane Moriarty

Before I started writing a review for this hugely enjoyable and thought-provoking book I thought I ought to get the ...

Book Review: Where the World Ends by Geraldine McCaughrean

Where the World Ends by local author Geraldine McCaughrean from Great Shefford, won the prestigious Carnegie award ...

Summer Reading Guide

The Summer holidays are the perfect time to step back from the chaos of everyday life and bury your nose in a ...

Hilary Stockwell’s Book Reviews

Like a lot of girls growing up in the 1960’s, my early reading began with the delights of Enid Blyton, Pat Smythe, ...

Book Review: The Lady and the Unicorn by Tracy Chevalier

Once again Tracy Chevalier has won me over with a beautifully told historical tale. I personally baulk at reading ...

Book Review: This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay

This is Going to Hurt is a book that should be on everyone’s reading list. A book written in secret by Adam Kay, a ...

Personal Development for Parents

In my several years of being a therapist helping, supporting, encouraging and empowering my clients I have done a ...

Book of the Month from The Hungerford Bookshop

If you’re stuck for something to read that will amuse, entertain, inform, give you pause for thought, scare out ...