Some of the best philosophers are bears: Introducing Mawson Bear

Here is some of the text of an interview by Rachel Nightingale, author of the Tales of Tarya, of Mark, Mawson Bear’s Guardian. ‘Mawson is the proud author of It’s a bright world to feel lost in, published by Publisher Obscura. This is a beautiful philosophical book in the vein of The blue day book by Bradley Trevor Grieve. It is the perfect sort of book to buy … Continue reading Some of the best philosophers are bears: Introducing Mawson Bear

Your Review is Welcome in a Writer’s Neigbourhood

Each review is wanted, Each review is good, Your review is welcome In a writer’s neighbourhood. Reviews are essential for writers and their books. I have asked Book Bloggers to consider reviewing my books. A very helpful number have taken time out of their days to do so and to post their thoughts on their Blogs, on GoodReads, on Amazon, on Waterstones, Chapters Indigo, and … Continue reading Your Review is Welcome in a Writer’s Neigbourhood

You Can’t Go It Alone, by Jessie Cahalin

Jessie Cahalin’s delightful read gives us the ‘ordinary’ worry-wracked decisions and moments of joy in the everyday lives in the village of Delfryn. Each character tries hard to convince themselves they can handle their problems, but none seem able to really go it alone. Then, can any of us? Jim is haunted by the loss of his son and wife. Could the visits of little … Continue reading You Can’t Go It Alone, by Jessie Cahalin