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Helen
Writer, reader, maker of cakes and keeper of chickens. Loves planting trees.
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If you don't fancy stepping out into the cold for trick and treating tonight why not light a fire and... Continue reading
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By Helen Redfern What if you were in a dead-end job, with a mean boss and your boyfriend dumps you... Continue reading
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Hurrah! The fourth and last novella is finally out to conclude this gorgeous romance series, based around Primrose Terrace, by... Continue reading
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"That's awfully nice raspberry cordial, Anne,' she said. 'I didn't know raspberry cordial was so nice." Yes, it's no wonder... Continue reading
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It's all in the detail, they say. And when it comes to food appearing in fiction I couldn't agree more.... Continue reading
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A few weeks ago my daughter asked if she could deliver my party invitations to the neighbours just like Milly-Molly-Mandy... Continue reading
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In the earlier part of September this year, Jackie Collins was busy promoting her latest release, The Santangelos. The novel,... Continue reading
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Five Go Glamping is the debut novel by Liz Tipping. It features four people, Fiona, Steph, Sinead and Kirk as... Continue reading
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The Great Village Show by Alexandra Brown is the second in the series about fictional village, Tindledale. The first, The... Continue reading
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One of the (many) things I love about Cathy Bramley's books is that she adds so much food to her... Continue reading
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Three women. One cafe. In Stirred With Love Kate is not happy. Her rows with her husband, Nick, are becoming... Continue reading
Loving your August pictures, Penny. x
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Welcome to the Wedding of the Year! Mia Thermopolis, once a normal girl from New York, found out as a... Continue reading
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I'm sure Claire Sandy writes books just for me. Her first, What Would Mary Berry Do?, had a fabulous picture... Continue reading
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Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest have been brilliant for book nerds. The social networks allow us fans a peek into favourite... Continue reading
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Never judge people (or food) by appearances. It can get you into no end of trouble. When Milly turned up... Continue reading
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For summer-lovers, and I mean those that live for summer and bask in it, the downside to August is that... Continue reading
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Pippa, of Debbie Johnson's Pippa's Cornish Dream, is doing the best she can. Her life drastically and cruelly changed a... Continue reading
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The recent publication of an unexpected second Harper Lee novel, Go Set a Watchman, has got us at Novelicious chatting... Continue reading
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Memories are often tied up in food. They can also be tied up in flowers. Take Poppy Carmichael. Poppy has... Continue reading
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If I could choose a food to describe a Cathy Bramley novel it would be lemon curd. And by that... Continue reading
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Summer is here! And with it comes a beautiful selection of seasonal books, which entice us with their sunny stories... Continue reading
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There aren't many people who can make you laugh out loud whilst tugging at your heartstrings, but Marian Keyes does... Continue reading
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Hurrah! It is summer. A time when it becomes so hot you just can't do anything but lie down and... Continue reading