Much has been written about the First World War and yet, such was the scale of the conflict that still, a century later, unique stories and experiences continue to be discovered. Published to mark the Centenary of the outbreak of War, this latest anthology provides us with a diverse selection of letters, diaries and memoirs […]
Needing a cheer up post-Christmas? Perhaps a sing-a-long book will help! “Hook Line & Singer : 125 songs to Sing Out Loud” by Cerys Matthews landed on my desk this week and just flicking through it brought a smile to my face.
Can an architect really design a space that would encourage you to kiss? Leo Hollis certainly believes so in his, ‘Cities are Good for You : the Genius of the Metropolis’. As the world urban population grows, Hollis believes that city life may actually help us to solve some of our greatest problems. His hope […]