‘The only reason for keeping this atrocity in the public eye is to horrify people so much that they never again allow their representatives to order such crimes’ Victor Gregg 73 years ago, on February 13th 1945, one of the greatest tragedies and morally questionable events of the Second World War took place: the bombing …
It is random acts of kindness day, and as the news continues to reveal a pretty turbulent world, it feels especially relevant this year. Sometimes it’s good to stop, take a breath, and think about the little things you can do to positively impact those around you. Monica Dickens, great granddaughter to Charles Dickens, took this one step further.
Whether you are in a relationship, single, heartbroken, or giddy with happiness to be on your own, this is the time of year where the world won’t let you forget it.
There is certainly something in the air – oily, gritty, and agitated. Is it fear, hope, social hysteria? Maybe it’s just the high levels of pollution hovering over London right now… Whatever it is, people are not sure what to expect. Perhaps science fiction can help!
As winter fog and frost grips our offices in London, we at Bloomsbury Reader are stocking up for a weekend of blankets, hot water bottles, and excellent books.
At the inauguration today, Donald J Trump will say the thirty-five words that transform him from president elect into the 45th president of the United States of America. His first speech as president will carry more weight than anything he has said before, coming in the same week that Theresa May delivered her vision for a …
Day’s End and Other Stories, the first short story collection to be republished by Bloomsbury Reader, came out in May 2015, the beginning of a project to publish all of H. E. Bates’ short stories and novellas as ebooks. Two years and twenty-nine books later our mission is complete.
It didn’t pay to be progressive in the McCarthy era, and John Sanford learnt that the hard way.