This is the review I left on Goodreads:
“I have been wanting to read “A Street Cat Named Bob” for a long time, and I can say that I wasn’t disappointed! James is a really likeable guy, and I found myself feeling so bad that he’d had to deal with such hardships. I guess that’s the difference between fiction and non-fiction; with non-fiction you know that these awful things actually happened. The book was really well written and I found that I couldn’t put it down.
I hadn’t realised that there was a follow up book, “The World According to Bob”, and I’m really looking forward to reading that too.”
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One WordPress site I have found to be a great source with regards to bookshops is Metro Guides. They say, “Follow Metropublications as we explore all aspects of London life” so make sure you check them out!
I have just read this article on CBS News’ website which relates to the UK:
Basically it talks about a new app which was designed by Mark White, a doctor with London’s Air Ambulance service who realised that people in medical difficulties could be nearby to someone who could help them, but that those people who could help would never know about the emergency unfolding nearby.
Please let anyone you know who is a doctor, nurse, firefighter or any other healthcare professional about this app, as many more lives could be saved 🙂
I have found a really useful website all about UK literary festivals. See here for a list of UK literary festivals in alphabetical order.