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Goodbye

from Emily's Page

A love affair with words


The Little Reader Library

Six months of books 2015

from The Little Reader Library

Twitter: @linshealy

This blog's full of book reviews concentrating on the genres: literary, crime, historical, romantic and young adult fiction. Plus guest authors and book chat.


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Preparing to wean + Top Tips!

from LeeLeeLoves

LeeLeeLoves is all about the things I love and want to share from books and cats to my new pregnancy/baby adventure!


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Book 15: The Light Between Oceans – M.L Stedman

from Need a Good Read

A record of books I'm reading and a list of all time favourites.


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Pulling Teeth.

from Writingbug

A blog for those of us who have the creative writing bug. I discuss my writing life and all aspects of tapping our creativity.


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.


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 freelance writing...


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SEN jungle for autism

from noprizesfornormal

Books, kids, politics, feminism, Aspergers