Cara Fielder is taken by philosophical clarity of Matt Haig's new novel The Humans... Read more
Cara Fielder finds that some picture books might be as hard to tear from grown-up hands as younger ones...
Cara Fielder, also known as The Tattooed Book on her own blog and Twitter, takes a look at some of the best books out now about tattoos. See what she did there? Read more
For Cara Fielder, books in 2013 just keep getting better and better... Read more
Good short stories are miraculous creations. In just a few paragraphs, sometimes even just a few sentences, a talented author can evoke a multitude of emotions. They are also perfect for people with hectic lifestyles, a quick ten minute read can fill your mind with new characters, locations and ideas just as much as a full novel. Here are three of Cara Fielder's favourite collections that will whisk you away to another world in just moments.Read more
With the popularity of eBooks, publishers are becoming more and more creative with the design of the physical book. Cara Fielder takes a look at books that are not only beautiful on their own, but demand to sit together as part of a full collection...Read more
A while ago, Cara Fielder delved into the quirkier side of crafting and this week she wanted to introduce you to another pastime that has shaken its fuddy-duddy image and captured the hearts of young and old alike. This is the world of baking but to be more specific, cupcakes.
Bookseller and regular contributor Cara Fielder celebrates the launch of this year's selection of great books for just £1 from Quick Reads, and explains why it's not just the price that makes these wonderful and accessible books... Read more
Since her début novel Eliza Stanhope was released in 1978, Joanna Trollope has gone from strength to strength with her heart-felt women’s fiction. Her paperback, The Soldier’s Wife is not only set to propel her even higher up the ranks of must-read female authors but also tackles a subject many families are faced with as their loved ones return from conflict. Read more
Pastimes such as knitting, making your own clothes and jewellery, or upholstering your own furniture has moved into the mainstream, but Cara Fielder's taking a look at the quirkier side of modern-day crafting...