Sunday Roast: your servings for this week

It’s time for a round-up of the posts this week, and a sneak peak of what’s coming up next week. So sit back, turn on some Patrick Doyle, and dig in:

Coming up this week on:

  • Monday and Wednesday: parts II and III of Leafin’ Through (it’s like the days Blue Peter used to be on TV, if you are of a certain age) – expect American Gothic and theatre;
  • Tuesday: my critique of the circumstances surrounding the publication of The Dark Heroine by Abigail Gibbs;
  • Thursday: a special entry to tie in with National Poetry Day!
  • Friday: another Litlist to consider, either for me (hello!), or for the book geek in your life.

Also look out for a commentary on my HOT BOOK DATE ™ with Judith Summers’s Casanova’s Women, and another LitApp at the weekend.

Have a great Sunday evening, gentlefolk! I’m off to create a real roast and catch up on Doctor Who before the spoilers overwhelm my every medium.



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