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Mum's The Word

Motherhood? I'm nailing it. Except when I'm not.

from Mum's The Word

Words glorious words – a copywriter's observations, anecdotes and musings scribbled during this latest adventure – becoming a mum...


The Wish List: Children's books I wish I'd written

Betsy Book Tour Continues

from The Wish List: Children's books I wish I'd written

Twitter: @janpannoble

As my memory fades (oops I forgot – it’s always been terrible!), The Wish List is my fun way to share all the children’s books I've enjoyed.


SJ2B House of Books

TLC BLOG TOUR (Review & Giveaway) Disintegration by Richard Thomas

from SJ2B House of Books

Twitter: @Sharon_SJ2B

Addicted to quilting & reading.


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Ants!

from Lemons, Honey, Vinegar

A few bits of life, cooking, art, reading, and general mulling over os stuff.


Mummy's to do list

Potette Plus 2-in-1 travel potty review

from Mummy's to do list

Twitter: @Mumstodolist

Fun-loving working mum trying to get things done. Pondering parenthood, sharing stuff I've found useful & getting things off the to do list!


ElizabethBaines

Places of the mind

from FictionBitch

Thoughts about books, the nature of fiction, and other arts-related issues.


Living the Dream

Attitude is everything

from Living the Dream

Twitter: @beyondthepast1

I am a single Mum or two boys just trying to make a difference - I have my debut novel being published on the 23 January 2014.


Miss Enchanting

Coeliac Disease...Don't Exclude Us

from Miss Enchanting

Twitter: @enchantingblog

A Life, Love and hopefully a little Laughter Blog! x


Coffee Bookshelves

10 Black Beach Reads

from Coffee Bookshelves

A book blog that aims to promote black writers, not just the Booker-shortlisted authors that make national headlines, but the writers who produce the bread and butter books we actually read.


Abigail Rieley

A Moment of History

from Abigail Rieley

Twitter: @abigailrieley

Writer and rather bolshy feminist living in Dublin. If I'm not talking women's issues or the courts I've been known to write on 70s scifi.