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It’s May 2013. I’m sitting in a café in Nova Scotia, Canada, checking my emails, sipping on a cup of... Continue reading
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by Zarina de Ruiter With literary lunches, writing workshops and musical interpretations of classic tales, March is set to be... Continue reading
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Bestselling authors and Novelicious favourites including Liane Moriarty, Lucy Diamond, Paige Toon, Cathy Bramley, Miranda Dickinson, Lucy Robinson and Rachael... Continue reading
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Happy Friday, book nerds! Before you all head off for the weekend, we have one signed copy of Lost and... Continue reading
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If this month’s Novelicious Book Club pick, Ivy Lane by Cathy Bramley, has you longing for green-fingered days of bulb... Continue reading
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The last time we spoke to Cathy Bramley, she had just self-published her debut novel, Conditional Love. A little over... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban Leila is on a road trip to Alaska to see the Northern Lights. As the miles... Continue reading
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1. Do it! You don’t need a desk or an agent or a publisher. Once you start putting words down... Continue reading
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In the mornings, I drop my kids off at school, then trudge up to the third floor of my circa-1803... Continue reading
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by Anna Bell Authors need to sell books to make money. It’s not rocket science. It’s a fact of life.... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Zarina de Ruiter When Daisy's parents decide to take some time out to travel the world, she is... Continue reading
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Helen Giltrow is a former bookseller and editor whose writing has been shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association Debut Dagger... Continue reading
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You might have heard some buzz about Australian author Brooke Davis, whose debut novel, Lost & Found, turns the abandonment... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Zarina de Ruiter Forty-something Faye Merryweather is a kind-hearted woman who always takes care of everyone but herself.... Continue reading
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Have you ever been so inspired by an author’s work that you wish you could tell them exactly how much... Continue reading
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by Anna Bell My latest book hit actual book shelves a few days ago and it got me thinking about... Continue reading
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We talk about The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows fairly often here... Continue reading
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1. Be a magpie: keep a really beady eye on the world around you and collect snippets of things that... Continue reading
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Sometimes I write on the computer, at a desk in our front room. More often, I force myself out to... Continue reading
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I have always been a reader, but it wasn’t until I was 40 that I decided I would also like... Continue reading
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Literature lover? Foodie? We’ve uncovered some must-have items for your kitchen. 1. Wuthering Heights Quote Plate – £20 from Etsy... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban Beth likes to be in control at all times; as a working mum it is important... Continue reading
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Here’s a little writing exercise to kick start your week. Use it as a simple exercise to grease your writing... Continue reading
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As we already have a lovely book giveaway in the form of Ivy Lane by Cathy Bramley for our UK... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Kelly Allen Moira is 15 when she discovers she will cannot have children. Her parents’ disappointment and shame... Continue reading