Day 3, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Eleanor Gordon-Smith & Nesrine Malik

By Megan Thomas It has taken me long enough, hasn't it? But I didn't want to bombard you, readers (mom), with the whole experience in one go - it's all about strategic posts, you see. Or at least, that's my story and I'm sticking to it. My final event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival…

Heartburn: Book of the Month (October 2019)

"That's the catch about betrayal, of course: that it feels good, that there's something immensely pleasurable about moving from a complicated relationship which involves minor atrocities on both sides to a nice, neat, simple one where one person has done something so horrible and unforgivable that the other person is immediately absolved of all the low-grade sins of sloth, envy, gluttony, avarice and I forget the other three."