• Discussion Post

    Favourite books of 2013 – July to December

    So back at the beginning of July I wrote a post about my favourite books of the year up to that point. Since then my reading has suffered in quantity but thankfully not quality and I have more 2013 favourites to share with you. Reading has died down because of stuff going on in my offline life, I have been working two jobs while applying for more, trying to see friends and family more and it would appear as I get older there are more weddings and things to go to! I am behind schedule for my 2013 target of 175 books, currently on 163, but I’m hoping I can…

  • Book Review,  Reviews

    Frost Hollow Hall – Emma Carroll

    “’The Combe Vale Chronicle Tuesday 7th February 1871 A Terrible Tragedy A most terrible incident has occurred at Frost Hollow Hall, the country estate of Viscount Barrington near the village of Frostcombe.  Lord Barrington’s only child, Christopher, died tragically yesterday afternoon whilst skating alone on a frozen lake in the grounds. It appears that he fell through ice too weak to bear his weight, an came to grief in the cold water.’” It is the cold winter of 1881 and Till is dared by the butcher’s boy to go ice skating, little does she know his desired destination for this is a frozen lake in the grounds of the villages…