Winds of Winter: PROOF Jon Snow and Daenerys will have a BABY in Game of Thrones book 6?

The TV series may have gone beyond A Song of Ice and Fire’s book series, but over the years Martin has given hints of what lies in store in The Winds of Winter. Alan Taylor, the director of Game of Thrones’ latest episode Beyond the Wall, has revealed what the author has planned for a very significant relationship in both the books and TV series. Speaking More...

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By admin On Monday, August 21st, 2017

The Last Tudor review: Royal sister act is dissected in Greys’ anatomy

But few know what happened to her younger sisters Katherine and Mary, who also faced imprisonment and death sentences for treason. In this, her 15th novel from the bestselling Plantagenet and Tudor series which More...

By admin On Sunday, August 20th, 2017

I Am Missing review: Weaver maintains a fast-paced story packed with twists and surprises

Taking the name Richard Kite, he spends the next 10 months living in a caravan and doing odd jobs at a church to pay for his lodgings and food.  Without a birth certificate or national insurance number, he More...

By admin On Saturday, August 19th, 2017

Irvine Welsh: My six best books – David Bowie of Station To Station and more

He also wrote The Acid House and Filth.  His play Performers is at the Assembly Rooms during the Edinburgh Fringe, 4.45pm daily. DAVID BOWIE: Station To Station (Parlophone) A transitional album for Bowie More...

By admin On Friday, August 18th, 2017

Winds of Winter release: Does THIS prove Sansa Stark will DIE in Game of Thrones book 6?

Six years on from A Dance With Dragons and Martin’s penultimate book in A Song of Ice and Fire looks like it will be released within a year. Game of Thrones fans will know the TV series, currently in its seventh More...

By admin On Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Winds of Winter release: George RR Martin Game of Thrones book six date and details

HBO/GETTY Winds of Winter release: George RR Martin Game of Thrones book six Winter is coming and it looks like it will get here sooner than the long-awaited Game of Thrones sixth book. It has More...

By admin On Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

The Olive Tree and The Summer Of Serendipity reviews

The Olive Tree by Lucinda Riley Pan, £7.99 It is more contemporary than her usual sweeping historical fiction but it is no less escapist for that and, if you haven’t booked a holiday, this will whisk you More...

By admin On Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

The Lemon Tree Café, Kiss Carlo and more: The best women's fiction books

The Lemon Tree Café by Cathy Bramley (Corgi, £7.99) Rosie walks out of her job and to fill time until she finds another, she helps out in her grandmother’s café. But being with her family in a place she More...

By admin On Monday, August 14th, 2017

Rough Water: Exclusive short story by Mel McGrath

Ilet Shaz persuade me into the Scrabble cruise. She’d won the trip and needed a companion.   “The ship’s huge, you won’t even feel it moving.”  I reminded her that I’m dyslexic, but Shaz said that More...

By admin On Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Joining The Dots review: A lyrical and perceptive book

Joining The Dots: A Woman In Her Time by Juliet Gardiner (William Collins, £16.99) She left her pebbledashed house in the Home Counties, ditched her education at a minor girls’ public school and was more More...