Cut Stones & Crossroads

Cut Stones & Crossroads

Although originally published in 1984 Cut Stones & Crossroads by Ronald Wright simply remains the pinnacle of any travel writing on Peru.  Weaving the country’s rich and diverse culture and…
Fifty Words For Snow

Fifty Words For Snow

In Fifty Words for Snow, Nancy Campbell continues her work on the “changing landscape of the Arctic” and gifts us not only with the perfect Christmas present but a book…
Unofficial Britain

Unofficial Britain

I wasn’t aware of Garth E. Rees and the website Unofficial Britain until only recently.  In Unofficial Britain: Journeys Through Forgotten Places, Rees explores the unknown narrative of our modern-day…
Under the Apple Boughs

Under the Apple Boughs

Under the Apple Boughs, by Peter Maughan is a year spent in an unnamed, village somewhere in North Devon with an equally unnamed narrator, but these things don’t matter, the…
The Seafarers

The Seafarers

Stephen Rutt has written a devotional tribute to two liminal tribes, seabirds and the ornithologists who have sought to unearth some of their secrets. In this illuminating book, you will…
The Journey

The Journey

Every now and then a book comes along which opens your eyes to a world you never knew existed, to life and experience that is beyond your own comprehension and…
Hurricanes Never Apologize

Hurricanes Never Apologize

I find it refreshing to read such work as Carrie Magness Radna’s in Hurricanes Never Apologize.  Within this short book, a collection of thirty-one poems there’s beauty in its simplicity.…