A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.
The British countryside is well to the fore on Vulpes Libris this week. As April turns tempestuosly into May and drought orders rub shoulders with flood warnings, the Book Foxes’ fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, hate and ebooks.
Oh, and someone has let that appalling creature with the knee-length purple boots back in again. (Memo to self: Must change locks.)
Monday: In the absence of our regular Monday reviewer Jackie (who is busy getting ready for an art show), Moira offers a tantalizing glimpse of our forthcoming eBook event, which starts on the 21st of May.
Tuesday: Ticky Dogge-Hare witters on about The Love Letter by Fiona Walker.
Thursday: Anne surrenders to the poetry of the dark in Megan Taylor’s The Lives of Ghosts.
Friday: Kirsty reviews Ninepins, the bleakly beautiful new novel from Rosy Thornton.
(Photo credit: An April Dawn: Braystones, West Cumbria. 26th April 2012. © M K Briggs 2012)