Review: Eat, Drink, Run by Bryony Gordon

Opening sentence: “I never thought I was a runner.” I finished reading Eat, Drink, Run last Sunday on the day of the London marathon and seeing as how it’s all about Telegraph journalist Bryony Gordon’s experience running that very race for the first time, that seemed quite serendipitous. (Perhaps randomly as a non-runner, this is […]

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Interview: Duncan Crowe and James Peak – Authors of Scoundrels

This month I had a little chat with authors Duncan Crowe (AKA Major Victor Cornwall) and James Peak (AKA Major Arthur St. John Trevelyan) co-authors of a brilliantly funny book I recently read, Scoundrels – an adventure packed story of espionage and outrageous tales (read my full review here). I have given Duncan and James aliases as they […]

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Review: Scoundrels by Major Victor Cornwall & Major Arthur St. John Trevelyan

I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review. Scoundrels: Volume One by Major Victor Cornwall & Major Arthur St. John Trevelyan (Edited by Duncan Crowe and James Peak) Opening sentence: ‘Dear Major, You may remember that when we last saw each other things were rather fraught, and during the melee it appears […]

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Review: What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami Opening sentence: “There’s a wise saying that goes like this: A real gentlemen never discusses women he’s broken up with or how much tax he’s paid.” I am not a runner. But my mum is. She leant me this book, as she knows […]

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