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SewingSessions

Make for Your Man… How to make a bow tie

from The Sewing Sessions

Twitter: @SewingSessions

Tutorials, projects and makes, craft and sewing focussed along with all the simple things in life which make her smile


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An Enjoyable Day at St. Ambrose Elementary School

from Maggy Downey

I am a children's author. I blog about issues related to children, but will be branching out to social issues, beauty and owning a business.


One Giant Leap

Selling Gold – Quick Money Fix

from One Giant Leap

This blogger's leaving corporate life behind to embark on a career as an author and finally becoming what she want to be when she grows up.


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Far from perfect grammar

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.


Reading, Writing and Island Life

Patience Is Not My Virtue!

from Reading, Writing and Island Life

Twitter: @SarahEmmaAuthor

A Jersey Girl's take on all things literary.


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New Year - New Blog

from My Little Avalaon

Flash Fiction, Poetry and Prose and everything that inspires


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New Year's Day

from Justine Picardie

Style writer, biographer and novelist Justine blogs about her life and work.


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December Light

from Write To Be You

Twitter: @WriteToBeYou

This blog lends a helping hand to budding writers. Tune in for inspiring writing prompts for expanding reflection, expression and creativity.


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charity

from Spots and Cellulite

Writer and author Kate delves into every nook and cranny of family life with teenage daughters. From boys and body image to bitching and finding our place in the world.


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Snow Blind – Richard Blanchard

from The Book Boy

Twitter: @BookBoyUK

Reviewing the good, the bad, and the downright ugly from the literary world. Book reviews you need to read.