Vicky Roberts joins TVFH Crew


A big welcome today to our latest member of the crew, Vicky Roberts, who joins us as one of our book reviewers.

Vicky studied English literature and language at Loughborough University and loves the "comfort, escapism, joy and immense satisfaction from reading a good book."

Her first review is due in June when she cuts her teeth on The Hundred Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais.  With an eye and appetite for a great novel, Vicky will bringing us frank and insightful reviews - that is when she's not busy following her other passions teaching gymnastics and tap dancing!

Photo : Max-B

8 comments:

Jen P said...

Welcome Vicky! Looking forward to reading your views and reviews.

Paul said...

Welcome indeed, Vicky. Will look forward to your piece on The Hundred Foot Journey.

Shanta said...

A big welcome to you, Vicky. x

kathleenmaher said...

Vicky, it sounds as if you'll be making this ever-improving, ever-richer magazine that much more so. Welcome!

ORION said...

Aloha! and virtual lei! (This is typed one handed...I still have a broken wing...)

Michael J. Kannengieser said...

Welcome Vicky!

Stella said...

Welcome, Vicky! I'm not only interested in your literary reviews, but in your thoughts on Fred Astaire vs. Gene Kelly.

Vicky said...

Thanks all! It's great to be involved and I look forward to contributing. It's all very exciting and lovely to virtually meet you all! XX
P.S Stella, I'm not sure I'm qualified to comment on the Astaire/Kelly debate as my tap dancing "skills" are very unique and almost unrecognisable as even the same style of dancing! I will do some research and let you know! XX