It takes a lot of books before you find your perfect short stories. Or so I found this month…
Category Archives: Dorset Magazine
Say Hello to The Sherborne
I am so looking forward to Michael Cannon’s The Sherborne opening this autumn. Such an incredible gift to the town.
Twenty-Six Letters: May
This month’s books are all about finding happiness, or some kind of peace. Or even just some really nice cheese on toast.
Twenty-Six Letters: April
What could be more redolent of lost worlds than imagining the ancient apple orchards of Dorset
Twenty-Six Letters: March
For March, the book choices are all about land, migration and survival…
My son tried to make ackee and saltfish the other day. If only he’d read Melissa’s book first he’d have known to soak the saltfish…
“There is dream jars in every crook and nanny”
It’s not often that you go along to do an interview and are so impressed that you end up volunteering for the organisation! If you have any spare time and love creative writing, then these could be the guys for you…
Twenty-Six Letters: February
There are many different kinds of love, and these wonderful books explore a lot of them…
Twenty-Six Letters: January 2023
It’s a New Year, and time for planning new hobbies. Here are some suggestions…
Twenty-six Letters: December 2022
I don’t know what’s in the waters, but Dorset certainly produces some incredible authors. Here’s some of them with their favourite book of the year.