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A Discount Ticket to Everywhere

The Bride of Amman – Q&A with Translator Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp

from A Discount Ticket to Everywhere

Twitter: @fwdtranslations

Musings of a freelance translator on reading, rereading, books and translation.


Nine Ways Chickens Have Given My Life Balance

from Helen Redfern

Writing about my love for food in fiction, books, baking and the countryside.


Review: Sue Jameson - Pony Tails

from Books, Mud and Compost. And Horses

Twitter: @booksmudcompost

The life of a time-poor bookdealer with a lifelong pony obsession.


Gillespie and I by Jane Harris

from Book Snob

This London blogger's busting out book reviews for the discerning reader. Dip in to find out about books that are a little off the beaten path, written mainly by women and a while ago.

Living the Dream

Can we all please...just start to have a heart…

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.


Blog Tour - Another Cutter by David E. Gordon

from Fiona's Book Reviews

A book review blog with books from all genres


Quickbits: Shortlistings, How to Write, and Yay for New Books on the Block

from Candy Gourlay

Twitter: @candygourlay

Candy Gourlay is a Filipino author based in the UK. Her book Tall Story was shortlisted for ten awards and won the Crystal Kite prize for Europe. She blogs about her writing life and her love of...

Diary of a fussy eater


Twitter: @jadepriscillax

Abigail Rieley

A Missing Piece of the Puzzle

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.

Dutch Courage

Knausgaard on the pram in the hallway

from Dutch Courage

Twitter: @kirkegaarding

A blog about books, political issues, sociological observation, psychological exploration, comedy, and soul-baring.