Book review: The Reunion by Jack Elgos

The Reunion. The Reunion takes a step back in time during the last days of World War Two, as a group of soldiers try to bury a mysterious crate looted from the Germans during the Battle of Berlin. Readers are then jumped into the present (2010 mind you), as a man nicknamed Knocker stumbles across a find that gets him travelling to tell his friends who More...

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By Guest Editorial On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Books to be found lying around West Yorkshire, here’s why

Residents in West Yorkshire may come across books lying around whilst using public transport. Image: WYMetro. The West Yorkshire Combined Authority Book Club will be launched on 5 March to help passengers share More...

By Guest Editorial On Monday, January 5th, 2015

Book review: The Little Book Of Yorkshire by Geoffrey Howse

Did you know Yorkshire has more acres than there are letters in the Bible? Did you know there’s a street in Yorkshire called Whip-Ma-Whop-Ma-Gate? London-based author Geoffrey Howse brings such intriguing trivia More...

By Hasan Faridi On Friday, November 28th, 2014

30 East Drive house in Wakefield is still haunted, claims author

Andy Evans (holding an electromagnetic meter on left) took a photo of an apparition inside the house A house in Wakefield that was once the location of Europe’s ‘most violent haunting’ is still haunted, according More...

By Hasan Faridi On Thursday, September 18th, 2014
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Yorkshire-born author places frozen man outside Chinese Embassy

/* Author Richard Woolley has promoted his new novel by placing a cryogenically frozen man outside the Chinese Embassy in London. Catching the attention of morning commuters, the stunt was More...

By Hasan Faridi On Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Historian spent over 1000 hours reading Victorian papers to write book

/* Historian Anthony Dawson with his book ‘Letters from the Light Brigade’ A local historian has finished his book that compiles first-hand accounts from men serving in the British forces during More...

By Hasan Faridi On Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Bradford author Suraiya Khan sets eyes on second book ‘Marmite’

/* Author Suraiya Khan with her book ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’ Bradford author Suraiya Khan is now working on a sequel to her first book ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’. Mother-of-five Ms Khan, More...

By Hasan Faridi On Sunday, April 6th, 2014

UK book launch: Author explores the forgotten civilization of Harappa

/* Dr Shankar Kashyap with his book ‘Harappa: The Lure Of Soma’ (l-r) Dr Shankar Kashyap, accompanied by poet and critic Brian Lewis from Pontefract One of the most mysterious cultures of More...