#5: ‘Late in the Day’, by Tessa Hadley

I finished reading 'Late in the Day' by Tessa Hadley this morning. Her writing is eloquent but accessible, and she paints that picture of quiet domesticity beautifully. You know that feeling when you wake up on the right side of the bed? Your senses are hyper aware: soft carpet under foot; birds chirping outside, household … Continue reading #5: ‘Late in the Day’, by Tessa Hadley

The Ultimate Guide to Your Next Holiday Read

I've yet to meet someone who doesn't turn to a book when holidaying. Even those most reluctant readers have one in tow when boarding a plane to their destination. Among mornings at the market, dripping afternoon ice creams and barmy Mediterranean evenings, days spent invested in books stand out in my memory of childhood holidays. … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Your Next Holiday Read