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Vintage Children’s Book Illustration Never Gets Old to Me

Enjoy these gorgeous illustrations from the 1920s edition of Children’s and Household Tales by the Brothers Grimm! I love beautifully illustrated books, especially from the Golden Age of Children’s Book Illustration. So this edition from 1922 published by Braun & Schneider and illustrated by Hermann Vogel is right up my street. I found this edition… Continue reading Vintage Children’s Book Illustration Never Gets Old to Me

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13 of My Favourite Creepy Lines from Novels

I love a good bit of suspense – don’t you? There are plenty of wonderfully engaging lines from masterful authors of thrilling tales, but here are my 13 favourite creepy lines from books I’ve read that made these books unputdownable. (Yes that is a word – well, sort of!) Scroll to the bottom to link… Continue reading 13 of My Favourite Creepy Lines from Novels

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“The Loney” by Andrew Michael Hurley

The line between good and evil intentions blurs like the murky waters ebbing and flowing on the unforgiving Cumbrian coastline, where a group of devout Catholics are on pilgrimage for a miracle. [Spoiler free] Right from the start The Loney has an undercurrent of sinister unease running through it like a low, discordant hum. A… Continue reading “The Loney” by Andrew Michael Hurley