Category: book review


A Relentlessly Helpful Professional When I heard that John Espirian was writing a book, I’ll be honest, I was a bit torn. I first met John on my very first day at my very first SfEP conference (now CIEP). I’d been editing for a… Continue Reading “CONTENT DNA – A Review”

What A Way To Go

  What a Way to Go Julia Forster   My year as a member of the Curtis Brown Book Group ends with a lovely story that I’m sure many of you will connect with. Set in 1988 it follows the life of twelve year… Continue Reading “What A Way To Go”

Only We Know

  This week I’m reviewing one for the mystery lovers among you. Only We Know was written by Karen Gillece and Paul Perry, under the name Karen Perry, and is strange in that the book, to me, is both fast paced and slow at… Continue Reading “Only We Know”