by Gary Radice
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the stories of Rupert Bear, he inhabited a world where English speaking anthropomorphic animals co existed seamlessly with humans in a place called Nutwood - A place that was frozen in time and completely devoid of political correctness and any health and safety regulations whatsoever.
by Colin A. Brown
The Nice Rooms features Colin A Brown's debut publication: "Inner city Liverpool ten years after the end of the Second World War. It's the long hot summer of 1955 and the kids are looking for some fun."
By Gary Radice
"Sometimes I wish the world would just slow down a bit. I pity those poor passengers hurtling at 100mph who have neither the time or inclination to stop, get out and smell the heritage - The UK is alive with history."
by Bob Edwards
Every now and again a website comes along that draws you in and before you know it those minutes you intended to spend browsing seamlessly turn to hours.
Bob Edwards' website 'The Liverpool Picturebook' is one such site and in an exclusive interview with The Nice Rooms he talks about the website and the launch of his new book.