The Book Labyrinth
Translated Fiction – Anomaly in the UK What is Translated Fiction? This question has absorbed me for some time as a wonderful philosophical question when I studied for a Translation MA and also on a practical level when I have worked in bookshops and libraries. Is it a separate category? Should it be treated asContinue reading “Fifth Post”
It can sometimes be hard to choose what type of book to read next – this will be a subject we’ll return to again as it can be one of the most vexatious aspects of reading – should you have a run on historical fiction, biography, sport etc to feel immersed in that genre orContinue reading “Fourth Post – Connell’s Chain #MenDoRomanticFiction”
Football Mavericks, Romantics and Philosophers Football and sports writing may be an acquired taste but it is worth cultivating. At this time of year there are many novelty, humorous and quiz based sport books but there are also many insightful stories and essays on sport. I personally do not tend to turn first to celebrityContinue reading “Third Post”
Find Your New Favourite Detective! https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/crime-fiction-your-new-favourite-detective-first-in-series If you like crime fiction then you probably have a favourite detective, right? The nation’s favourites are usually the Big 3 – Sherlock, Poirot and Marple and there are now spinoffs which prolong the fictional lives and investigations of these world-famous detectives. There are also many household names suchContinue reading “Second Post”
The Book Labyrinth aims to connect you with books and enjoy the world you want to create with your reading. As we explore together, I hope to give you ideas to add to your favourite authors and books and find new books to treasure and enjoy! The Book Labyrinth will be signposting your way toContinue reading “First Post – Return to Manderley”
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