Dawn Finch

Oh, life is a glorious cycle of song,
A medley of extemporanea;
And love is a thing that can never go wrong;
And I am Marie of Romania…..                             
Dorothy Parker

About me…….

Former president and current trustee of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP CWIG Committee chair.

Author, activist, allotmenteer reader, researcher, reviewer, maker, baker, witterer, twitterer and general know-it-all.

Find out more about me, my work on my website www.dawnfinch.com

These are my opinions, feel free to comment if you agree, or if you don’t – but play nice. I don’t have time for trolls. Comments close after thirty days, so speak now or forever hold your peace. PLEASE NOTE – ALL POSTS AND ARTICLES ARE COPYRIGHTED. IF YOU WISH TO USE THESE ARTICLES, OR EXTRACTS FROM THEM, PLEASE CONTACT ME BY THE EMAIL BELOW FOR MY FEES AND PERMISSIONS. Fees may be applied retrospectively if not paid in advance. I don’t want to be mean, but I do have to eat and pay bills. Thank you.

If you have anything that you would like me to review, or if you would like a guest blog spot, please contact me – author@dawnfinch.com

Follow me on twitter @dawnafinch

Contact me this site or via www.dawnfinch.com

One thought on “Dawn Finch

  1. […] I want people to read more. Reading for pleasure makes people happier, more rounded as human beings, and they even earn more. I sit on the Reading Agency’s national steering group looking at the wider impact of reading for pleasure, and the evidence is clear – people who read more benefit hugely. Books are expensive. For everyone to read more, and for society to benefit from it, we need more libraries. I wrote about that here…. […]

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