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Savidge Reads

World Book Night 2014

from Savidge Reads

Twitter: @savidgereads

The chronicles of a book addict.


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Happy World Book Night!

from Adventures With Words

Exploring storytelling in all its forms, we review books, from thrillers to YA, as well as a weekly podcast.


Bidisha

Images for 2014

from Bidisha

Twitter: @bidisha_online

A blog full of topical features about female successes and issues facing women in the arts, culture and society, globally.


JosephineCorcoran

Curl up with a poetry reading series

from And Other Poems

Twitter: @CorkyCorks

A beautifully presented, uncluttered, contemporary poetry blog featuring the work of over 250 poets. Weekly updates.


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Farewell Letter ~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez

from Jenny Worstall

Twitter: @jennyworstall

My blog is about music, teaching, writing and family.I also review books.


Rainy Day Mum

Stone Plant Markers

from Rainy Day Mum

Twitter: @rainydaymum

This blog is packed full of ideas to fill your children's rainy days - from crafts to books to activities. Drop in if you're in need of inspiration.


For Books' Sake

Awards success for women writers: Caine Prize and BSFA Awards

from For Books' Sake

Twitter: @forbookssake

The UK webzine and community dedicated to promoting and celebrating writing by women, with daily editorial (news, reviews, features and interviews), nationwide events programme, publishing projects...


Inkology Stories

The Alone Stone

from Inkology Stories

Twitter: @InkologyStories

I write about the picture books which make my son and I smile.


Blethering Boys

What's Your Tasty Recipe For A Perfect Morning?

from Blethering Boys

Twitter: @Bletheringboys

A parenting blog, focused on family life with my two blethering nonsense-makers. Including craft, cooking and family activities


Michael Rosen

Shakespeare's Birthday Insults Poem (first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 PM April 22)

from Michael Rosen

Twitter: @MichaelRosenYes

The children's poet and author Michael Rosen blogs on everything from 'grammar terrorism' in schools to the role of literature in British education.