Best selling novelist comes to St Paul’s

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Tracy Chevalier, one of today’s finest writers of historical fiction, is coming to a beautiful church in south London on 3rd December, 2018. I have written before about her 2003 novel The Lady and the Unicorn ( see Summer Reading … Continue reading

Plus ca change, plus la meme chose

Today’s post is by Katie Isbester, Director of Claret Press. Brace yourselves because I’m about to make two contradictory statements. Here goes the first: It is my passionately held belief that the essence of storytelling has not changed over the … Continue reading

Facebook Ads – a positive experience

Facebook states (without any irony, irony not really being the forte of giant corporate monoliths) that its policy on ‘controversial content’ in regard to politics is as follows. “14. Controversial Content Policy Ads must not contain content that exploits controversial … Continue reading