More to come...

It's that time of year when all book sections are putting together 'best of' and 'what to watch out for next year' type things. There's also the usualy doom-laden 'where's the book going with the e-reader on its tail' type thing too, which can, so far, be taken with a huge pinch of salt. The Telegraph also have a little Christmas quiz, here. So, before the year ends I too want to post on this 'umble little blog an overview of 2008 because I found it a particularly good year and came across many a gem. I also predict that next year will provide a rich crop from the literary fields that, whilst we will always have the fluffy pastel chick and lad-lit and Hampstead domestic drama type crapola, will involve fiction with ever more greater insights into our internal and external lives and those with a penchant for dystopia will be spoiled for choice. More soon. In the meantime have a Happy Christmas and hope some (all would be very boring) of your dreams come true in 2009 - regardless of the 'financial bloodbath' that is also predicted. Oh joy! Take some comfort in this: it's Icelandic songstress Ane Brun's Lullaby for Grown-Ups.

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