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natalie harris

I've got the key…..

from Natalie Harris

Twitter: @NatalieHarris

Natalie shares her Obsessions du Jour, which range from the phone hacking scandal to Benedict Cumberbatch.


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February Reading

from Girl, 20

Book reviews and round-ups covering mainly literary fiction, women's fiction, poetry and short stories


Blethering Boys

Happy International Women's Day! Today and every day!

from Blethering Boys

Twitter: @Bletheringboys

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


Abigail Rieley

For International Women's Day 2015

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.


alan dapre diary of a dad

Back In The Room…

from Diary Of A Stay at Home Author And Dad

A blog by Alan Dapre, a playwright and children's author who's also a stay-at-home dad. He writes about his life with his fab wee daughter and how he juggles words and nappies.


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Broadchurch 2

from Luce Cannon

Twitter: @lucecannon

A blog about television, the media and daily life by a well-established journalist mum living in Somerset.


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Perverse Parent Of The Year

from Dose of Decadence

Twitter: @decadentmadamez

Sex, feminism, erotic writing, selling stuff on market stalls, being silly.


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A Winter Love Affair

from The Divorced Ladys Companion to Italy

This writer seeks publication and a raft of giggling fans, while marooned in Italy.


how to be a writer sally o'reilly

World Book Day 2015

from How to Be A Writer

Twitter: @sallyoreilly

Sally's a writer and published author who writes and knows how to sell words. This blog is about how to be a proper writer without going mad. Or being famous already. Or sleeping with everyone in...


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10 Ways to Add Humor to a Serious Workplace

from Midlife Cabernet

Humorous stories interrupted with a few poignant essays for women over the age of 50 who laugh and drink wine. We're not dead yet!