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A new Ali McNamara book is always cause for celebration – especially with a rom-com loaded title like her latest,... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kelly Allen Max and Ali live in Dublin with their two children Jessica and Tom. Having worked their... Continue reading
Hi, guys! The Pinterest Prompt will be back at the end of the month. Keep your eyes peeled.
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Enid Blyton’s Magic Faraway Tree – penned 60 years ago – is being adapted for film for the very first... Continue reading
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When we featured these gorgeous repurposed book bags earlier this year, you all went a little starry-eyed for them. It’s... Continue reading
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Vanessa Greene worked in publishing throughout her twenties, reading thousands of manuscripts along the way. At 30, she decided to... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Zarina de Ruiter Allison Weiss is a successful woman. Her marriage looks stable though, with her husband always... Continue reading
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by Susan Lobban This Monday night – when I would usually be sitting on the couch channel hopping with a... Continue reading
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1. Don’t worry if what you write isn’t good. It will be. I really believe that writing is in the... Continue reading
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A handful of not-so-very-far-away years ago, my husband (then my boyfriend) and I were having an argument about our one-room... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell I can’t believe how much the publishing industry has changed since I started writing this column four... Continue reading
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Part library and part portal to countless other worlds, is there anything as magical as a bookshop? If you’re like... Continue reading
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Here’s a little writing prompt to kick start your week. Use it as a simple exercise to grease your writing... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kelly Allen Maggie is expecting her first child with her husband James, but her mother-in-law Judith doubts her... Continue reading
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Fiona Valpy writes books in the garden of her lovingly restored French farmhouse. As she explains here, however, the writing... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban When a tragic accident tore his life apart, Nick Deegan left his wife Kate and their... Continue reading
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1. Shut yourself away from all distractions – the internet, your phone, friends, family, the kettle and the biscuit tin... Continue reading
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Every morning, when I’m working on a book, I mount two sets of stairs, the first broad and gracious, the... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell Being a hybrid author (both self-published and traditionally published) means I’ve usually got quite a busy writing... Continue reading
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If you’re a fan of magical realism in books you’ll find Lisa Van Allen’s new novel, The Night Garden, absolutely... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kirsty Nicole Pole I love discovering new authors. It’s one of life’s little joys ... picking up a... Continue reading
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Helen Huthwaite works as an Editor for Avon, HarperCollins’ commercial fiction imprint. She works across women’s fiction, crime and saga,... Continue reading
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1. Write what`s in your heart, and on your mind, what you care for and dream about. Those things that... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell When I started writing, I hated hearing from those who judged my dream of becoming a published... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban When Peter Braga proposes to the love of his life June Cusack, instead of immediately saying... Continue reading