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REVIEW - Maggie Does Meribel by Nicola Doherty

from Random Redheaded Ramblings

Twitter: @hross42

I love books and I love rambling so I thought I would set up a blog so I can share my passions


My thoughts on writing

Sticking to the plan?

from My thoughts on writing

Twitter: @ElaineJeremiah

I blog about my latest writing efforts.


Tara Hanks

2014: A Year in Music

from Tara Hanks

Twitter: @tarahanks

Tara's a writer who has published two books. She writes about books, culture, and Marilyn.


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Digital scales with an Electro-Mechanical Dial from Ozeri - My Thoughts

from Petit Moi - Big World

Twitter: @petitmoi_laura

Petit Moi - Big World


Rainy Day Mum

Room for a Little One – brought to you by Mom Inspired Life

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.


JakeHayes

The Christmas Truce by Carol Ann Duffy and David Roberts

from tygertale

Twitter: @tygertale

Children's books that bite. Writing about funny / edgy/ ridiclous / brilliant kids books, sometimes with the help of his own children.


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Weekend Reads: Midnights by Rainbow Rowell

from Waterstones blog

Exclusive extracts, features, competitions, reviews, interviews and more from the UK's leading bookseller.


rosieamber

Rosie's Book Review Team #RBRT Two Christmas Tales from Nicky Wells

from Rosie Amber

Twitter: @rosieamber1

Rosie Amber's blog is all about life, children, parenting, schools, education, books and book reviews.


Sandra Danby

Book review: The Lives She Left Behind

from Sandra Danby

Short stories, flash fiction, book reviews and generally lots of thoughts on reading and writing from journalist and author Sandra Danby.


bethan

Review: The Last Word by Hanif Kureishi

from plasticrosaries.com

Twitter: @plasticrosaries

My main interests include literature, social history, football, languages, food, politics and travel although this list is far from exhaustive and I spend my time flitting between these topics &...