Book Review: the Lies She Told

Book Review: the Lies She Told

Paula Johnston’s debut novel the Lies she Told is a wild ride – think Love Island but way more conspiriorital and dangerous. Johnston’s split narrative tells the story of orphaned […]

2021 reading challenge check in

2021 reading challenge check in

We’re officially half-way done with 2021 – where has it gone? This year I started a new job and, as lockdowns and restrictions are constantly easing and going back into […]

Book Review: Bitterhall by Helen McClory

Book Review: Bitterhall by Helen McClory

Set for early April release, Bitterhall will be the newest instalment in Helen McClory’s bilbliography, which includes Mayhem & Death, On the Edges of Vision and of course, the Goldblum Variations. Bitterhall takes the form of a […]

Grass

Grass

In a world where traditional superpowers did not exist, Mani knew he was special.             No one in his world possessed super strength, or had the ability to take to […]

Clownin’ Around

Clownin’ Around

A love ma wee Gordy tae bits, right, so am really worried about this funk he’s gotten himself intae. He spends aw his time, lately, sittin’ aboot, mopin’, no dain […]

8/8/18 – Approaching the (first) end

8/8/18 – Approaching the (first) end

It’s taken many full to the brim and colour coordinated notebooks (that could be interpreted as being the journal of a complete madman) but I’m actually SO BUZZING to say […]

MCQUEER: Author n that

MCQUEER: Author n that

East End born and raised, inspired by the dug and adapting to the weird turns his life has taken, Chris McQueer still can’t believe that he’s a published author, getting […]

THE STUDY GROUP on SAWNEY

“S’appnin cunts?” I’m about to press enter when I realise that I’m on the wrong group chat window. This message is for friends I’ve known for years – best friends […]