Hugo Rittson Thomas ‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ photography exhibition at The Garden Museum
Hugo Rittson-Thomas: Wildflowers For The Queen – Garden Museum
Dr Alice Violett’s review of Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’
Blog tour: The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus by Adam Leigh
Book thoughts and PhD-related posts
Intensive Gassing About Books’s review of ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ by Adam Leigh
#BlogTour The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus – Adam Leigh
A study of ambition and the mayhem it can create. THE CURIOUS RISE OF ALEX LAZARUS is the story of one man’s ambition and the impact it has on himself and on the people closest to him as it recount…
‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ author Adam Leigh interview on Paterson Loarn
The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus by Adam Leigh — Paterson Loarn
‘It is time to put the two angry dogs in a sack and see who comes out barking.’ The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus is a masterclass in how not to run a business. I was fascinated by Adam Leigh’s stirring tale of a digital start-up in London in 2013. At first the ‘unicorn’ enterprise succeeds beyond ex
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in Campaign Magazine
Adam Leigh on the nature of ambition – virtue or vice?
Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ examines the impact that unbridled ambition can have on those that covet success and glory.
‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ author and photographer Hugo Rittson Thomas to talk at the Garden Museum Literary Festival
Event – Garden Museum Literary Festival 2021 – Garden Museum
We are delighted to announce that after being postponed last summer, the Garden Museum Literary Festival at Helmingham Hall, hosted by Edward and Sophie Tollemache, will now take place on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 July 2021.
Julia Carter’s book ‘Sunlight and Shadows’ in the Daily Mail and Mail Online
Writers of the early 20th Century who found solace in France
Julia Carter has created a book of essays featuring six great writers and artists of the early 20th century. Each of them came to the South of France carrying shadows from their pasts that ran into the present.
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in The Big Issue
Independent Bookshop Week: The best books from independent publishers | The Big Issue
Jane Graham gives a quick round up of a range of books to keep you occupied during this year’s Independent Bookshop Week.
Hilali Noordeen’s memoir ‘Letters to a Young Doctor’ reviewed in the Sunday Times, Sri Lanka
Engrossing tales and compelling message on future of medicine
Letters to a Young Doctor- by Hilali Noordeen Reviewed by Rajiva Wijesinha
Author of business book ‘Almost Is Not Good Enough’ Andrew Jennings receives OBE
Cambridge Satchel Company founder Julie Deane awarded CBE, while retail veteran Andrew Jennings receives OBE – TheIndustry.fashion
Cambridge Satchel Company founder Julie Deane has been awarded the CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021.
‘Sunlight and Shadows: Writers in the South of France’ by Julia Carter in The Scotsman