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Here Again!

from Ariel Aural

This blogger's using her blog to rant and let off steam about the stuff that gets her goat - hopefully she'll save her relationships and Facebook friends that way.


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Are we nearly there yet?

from Mills & Boon Wannabe

The day-to-day creative journey of a stay-at-home dad writing a romance novel with his sister and wondering if he can possibly take it seriously.


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Review: Harry Potter Studio Tour

from 40 Not So Single

A former corporate lawyer finds herself 40, married with three kids and a stay-at-home mum. Whatever happened to her Gucci handbag and Prada high heels?


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How to get my new blog emailed to you...

from Juggle Juggle Toil and Trouble

Twitter: @mandajjennings

A writer with her first book out this year blogs about her chaotic live, her three gorgeous girls, and her writing habits. Join her for a muse about life...


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Writers Block and Other Stumbling Block Confessions.

from Count Only Sunny Hours

Twitter: @sarahkoblow

This blog is about resilience, how to bounce back even when you're in a foreign country, and thriving not just surviving. This blogger's a writer and has been an expat in America, Bahrain, Qatar,...


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I wonder...

from Milly's Blog

Twitter: @MillyAngel5

This blog is full of fiction writing, and the truth about mummyhood with no sugar added...


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Me and Meryl Streep

from Kirsty Lang's Arthouse

Twitter: @bbckirstylang

BBC arts broadcaster Kirsty gets paid to go to films, see plays, art exhibitions and read books. This is her diary of the behind-the-scenes stuff that doesn't go on the radio.


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The Zen of Being a Football Mum

from Goddess of Small Things

Twitter: @ruthiegledhill

Religion Correspondent of The Times tweeting about being a working mum and a multitude of other things besides!


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Am I The Only One Awake?

from The Mother of Reinvention

Twitter: @dianaappleyard

It’s rather hard to stop behaving like a mother, but novelist Diana is taking a deep breath and learning to perfect the art of non-parenting parenting of her daughters aged 23 and 18.


michelle moloney king

from Michelle Moloney King

Twitter: @MoloneyKing

Michelle shares creative writing advice, teaching resources, interviews, books and random stuff like cool nails and flash fiction.