I am Heathcliff – edited by Kate Mosse

One of my first blog reviews here was for Reader, I Married Him, a collection of stories inspired by Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Since then, I've returned to my childhood copy of an abridged Wuthering Heights, and recently I reviewed The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis, a marvellously imaginative take on the Brontë' siblings as … Continue reading I am Heathcliff – edited by Kate Mosse

Reading an ‘abridged and simplified’ Wuthering Heights at the age of ten

Gran lived near Rochdale and so my childhood summer holidays were largely spent in and around this area. Places like Skipton Castle, Hollingworth Lake and Haworth seemed infinitely more fascinating than anything our dull semi-industrialised Welsh valley offered and so I guess I was already predisposed to love anything that linked me to Gran and … Continue reading Reading an ‘abridged and simplified’ Wuthering Heights at the age of ten