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mind body beauty health

from Kate Morris

Twitter: @KateMorris1

Columnist and novelist Kate writes about the mind, body and soul.


My heart, all of a patter and a pitter…

from IHijinx. A Novel-Writing Journey

Twitter: @ihijinx

A blog about a writer's journey - an attempt to empty her head of the things that clog up her writing progress, hoping she can finish writing her first novel and get it published.


Fathers and Son's Day

from Monkeys All Say Boo

A blog about bedtime reading with my 2 and a bit year old. We read 3 books a day and I write our opinions on them plus related nonsense.

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

A Lovely Letter from America

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.

Rosie Fiore

This year's also black

from Wordmonkey

Twitter: @rosiefiore

Rosie Fiore is a jobbing writer, a novelist and mother of two boys (18 and 2). She has a book out with Quercus in March 2012.


Silent Sunday: On the Beach

from Life, Literature, Laughs and Life.

The life of a thirty-something mature literature student, learning to laugh, and loving my little L's.

Granola in Reverse

Child Friendly Travels – Oliver's Pantry, Ripon

from Granola in Reverse

Twitter: @granolareverse

Adventures in parenting from a new mum, navigating the way through all the things they don't tell you before you pop out the sprog.

In Search of the Gruffalo

Orchid fever: hot and bothered in a wildflower meadow

from In Search of the Gruffalo

Twitter: @louisetickle

Where we take our two and five year-old sons, chocolate bribes at the ready, in search of native British wildlife from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's famous storybooks.

The blog what I wrote

My blog is moving!

from The blog what I wrote

Twitter: @raisingchimps

"Writing is the hardest way of earning a living, with the possible exception of wrestling alligators." (Olin Miller) This blogger's wondering how she ended up doing both - combining freelan...


Take yourself off to the waterways of France…a book which is NOT set in Paris!

from Packabook Travel Novels

Books and Travel - Helps you novels set in great locations around the world, and what you can do when you get there!