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By Amanda Keats The success of The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling has meant that HBO and the BBC have... Continue reading
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While it's true that a bibliophile's life is one full of unbridled, book-loving joy, it also comes with its issues.... Continue reading
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Elizabeth Maxwell’s latest novel, Happily Ever After, is about a 40-something erotic novelist who meets the fictional hero of her... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kay Brooks Daisy Macintyre is officially a mess. She knows spending most of her time eating jaffa cakes... Continue reading
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1. Write about what you want to know. Consider questions you have, and then write to work out the answers.... Continue reading
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Independent publisher Robert Hale launched a brand new imprint, Buried River Press, at the London Book Fair last week, with... Continue reading
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Yet another win for women’s fiction this week – Donna Tartt has been awarded 2014’s Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for... Continue reading
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Time for the April Pinterest Prompt. New here? Allow us to explain. This monthly event is an opportunity to flex... Continue reading
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If your hump day needs a little brightening, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re giving away this gorgeous... Continue reading
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Lindsey Palmer's debut novel, Pretty in Ink, is a fun satire on the world of women's magazines. Here, she talks... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kay Brooks Having left women’s college, Tarble, Ruby Rousseau is tormented by the secrets of her past that... Continue reading
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Bookish recipes, fiction shorts, interviews with bestselling authors and super exclusive features from some of your favourite writers, the Novelicious... Continue reading
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The WoMentoring Project – a free mentoring initiative by professional literary women for up and coming female writers who would... Continue reading
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Every week we visit one of our favourite book blogger friends to see where they read and what books are... Continue reading
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Big hair, bold make up, shoulder pads, sparkles, power suits and pearls – the 80s and 90s were a weird... Continue reading
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There is a point in my novel, The Missing One, where my main character is lost, alone, jetlagged, at the... Continue reading
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By Anna Bell Have you ever swooned over a cover reveal of a paperback only to find it changed when... Continue reading
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If you’re planning on staying home for a serious writing session this evening, here’s a little writing prompt to get... Continue reading
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What could be sweeter on a Monday afternoon than news of a new book from one of your favourite authors?... Continue reading
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Ever wanted to sit down with a literary agent over tea and cake and ask all the burning questions you... Continue reading
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By Zarina de Ruiter Carole Matthews is probably best known for her Chocolate Lovers' Club books, so what could be... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kirsty Nicole Pole “As soon as I said ‘I do’ I knew I’d made a mistake.” It's perhaps... Continue reading
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While a good ‘ole biro is convenient and does its job perfectly well, there’s something ever so elegant about writing... Continue reading
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Can you believe Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is 50 years old? To celebrate, Penguin and Dylan’s Candy... Continue reading
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Holy moly – how quickly did Friday roll around? We hope you had a good week and have an even... Continue reading
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