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Apple, Are You Listening

Taking Five – How to talk to teens and pre-teens

from Apple, Are You Listening?

Twitter: @Kidscontentapps

Follow this blog about digital innovation and social media, as its author launches the first digital interactive magazine for girls on the App Store...


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Vienna

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.


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Did Interstellar need a theoretical physicist or a script editor?

from Chalk the Sun

Top tips on how to write better plus book and movie reviews and humorous comment on the worlds of creative education, media, and publishing.


brian keaney profile pic

Narrative Focus

from Dreaming in Text

Twitter: @brian_keaney

Children's writer Brian Keaney blogs about being a grandfather and a writer.


Mummy G talks parenting

Learning numbers with Christmas play dough mats - with free printable.

from Mummy G talks parenting

Twitter: @mummygtalks

I blog about parenting issues, activities to do with children, book reviews and family meal ideas.


BaroqueInHackney

The Train to Aldeburgh

from Baroque in Hackney

Twitter: @KatyEvansBush

This blogger's a poet and political commentator holed up in Hackney. She's been shortlisted for the Orwell prize and she's raring to go. Read on for some well-written insights into current affairs...


Jojo Moyes

The One Plus One shortlisted for Goodreads Choice Awards 2014

from Jojo Moyes

Blog from the author of Sheltering Rain, Foreign Fruit, The Last Letter From Your Lover and Me Before You.


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'Dust' by Sarah Daltry

from Katie M. John: Dark Fairy Tales and Horror

Twitter: @KnightTrilogy

Writer of Young Adult / Teen fiction


Judy Bartkowiak

Join the NLP Skype course and be a happier parent

from NLP 4 Mums

Twitter: @judybart

Judy's blogging about her writing, children's books and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) for younger readers.


Bidisha

How to have a literary hit by accident

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.