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We do love a good competition on hump day. It livens things up, doesn’t it? This week, as well as... Continue reading
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One of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year is undoubtedly Before I Go to Sleep, an adaptation of... Continue reading
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Judy Astley has come a long way since she was fired from her job as a secretary at Heathrow Airport,... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kay Brooks Children are simply not part of Clare Donoghue’s life plan. Her busy career working in the... Continue reading
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, about a childhood in a sleepy Southern town and the crisis of conscience... Continue reading
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Primary school teacher by day and book blogger by night, Sam of The Book Corner is here with us now,... Continue reading
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Success continues for Donna Tartt’s third novel, The Goldfinch, with the news that Warner Bros has acquired film rights to... Continue reading
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1. Read widely and critically. At one point, I went through two books that had done incredibly well and analysed... Continue reading
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I dream of having a writing shed, a place that is all my own, lined with books and a stunning... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell By definition a novel is fiction. Made up. Not real. I’m pretty sure that most readers accept... Continue reading
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I’ve always loved books – ever since I was a child, I’ve adored those rainy days when I could curl... Continue reading
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From the age of six until the age of ten, I moved three times, which meant I changed schools three... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Victoria Sutton Marla Jacobs owns and runs The Little White Wedding chapel in the sleepy Shropshire countryside. Her... Continue reading
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Roll up, roll up – one copy of Thirteen Weddings by Paige Toon to give away for your summer reading... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kelly Allen Milo Moon is nine years old and, apart from caring for his elderly Gran and having... Continue reading
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Today marked a historic moment for the Man Booker Prize, as it announced its first global longlist. For the first... Continue reading
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“I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look, or the words, which laid the foundation. It... Continue reading
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Sarah’s debut novel, The Art of Baking Blind, about the hunt to find a new Mrs Eaden – domestic goddess... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban Your honeymoon is something you look forward to ... right? Well, not in the case of... Continue reading
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1. Enjoy the process. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that but it’s so important. 2. Read. Read. Read. And then... Continue reading
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For today’s Manuscript Wishlist we’re welcoming Felicity Blunt, literary agent at Curtis Brown, who has the inside scoop on what... Continue reading
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While I can (and do) write anywhere – cafés, trains, park benches, and aeroplanes (where I’m generally the most productive... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell Having finally submitted my work in progress to my editor, I now get to start on a... Continue reading
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Most readers experience their audiobook conversion on long car journeys, especially during the summer holidays when lengthy road trips, ‘are... Continue reading
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JK Rowling has revealed plans to write more crime novels, published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, than she did for... Continue reading