Blues end the season with a nil-nil draw at Reading. Andy Munro reports.
Aston Villa draw 0-0 at Reading in a game Dave Woodhall struggles to remember.
Blues’ good form continues with a 2-1 win against Reading. Andy Munro was watching.
Villa threw away two late points in a 1-1 draw to Reading. Dave Woodhall wonders about the future.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa beat Reading 3-0.
Blues’ 2 -0 win at Reading was greeted with surprise and delight by Andy Munro.
Andy Munro witnesses Blues’ defeat to Reading.
Dave Woodhall is a witness to Villa’s defeat at Reading.
Villa finally win away. Dave Woodhall hopes it’s the first of many.
Young bookworms are helping to add a new chapter to their school’s fundraising activities by taking part in a massive readathon.
Local author Katharine D’Souza is celebrating the release of her debut novel, Park Life.
“I won’t tell you what it’s about because it would be impossible. Just find it yourself and read it. I envy you the joys ahead.”
For too long, short stories have been seen as the ‘poor relation’ to full length novels. But at long last they are fighting back.
Richard Lutz asks if the Kindle e-book is the best thing since sliced bread or just a slick nasty marketing tool.
I’ve never even seen a Kindle or other e-book reader let alone sniffed one. I suspect that they all smell the same.
We’re always happy to promote new ideas, particularly when they’re as impressive as this one.
Kings Heath Library re-opens to the public tomorrow, Saturday 5th March, at 9am.
While building work continues on the Library of Birmingham, the city council have revealed plans for reducing inconvenience to service users during the move to new premises.