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JessicaHolsgrove

Review of ‘The Moon Casts a Spell' by Rebecca Lochlann

from Sophie de Courcy

This blog is another approach to the incidents in Lucinda's new novel. It's written from the point of view of Sophie, who is companion to a Dowager Countess on the isolated Famau Mountain in North...


For Books' Sake

Assata: An Autobiography by Assata Shakur

from For Books' Sake

Twitter: @forbookssake

The UK webzine and community dedicated to promoting and celebrating writing by women, with daily editorial (news, reviews, features and interviews), nationwide events programme, publishing projects...


Rainy Day Mum

A Parents' Guide to the language of phonics

from Rainy Day Mum

Twitter: @rainydaymum

This blog is packed full of ideas to fill your children's rainy days - from crafts to books to activities. Drop in if you're in need of inspiration.


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BLOG TOUR - Plan Overboard by Heather Wardell

from Random Redheaded Ramblings

Twitter: @hross42

I love books and I love rambling so I thought I would set up a blog so I can share my passions


Sandra Danby

Book review: One Step Too Far

from Sandra Danby

Short stories, flash fiction, book reviews and generally lots of thoughts on reading and writing from journalist and author Sandra Danby.


booksbiscuitsandtea

Eren by Simon P. Clark – Excerpt

from Books, Biscuits, and Tea

Twitter: @bookswithacuppa

A blog on books, literary musings, and bookish events. Stop by to read the latest book and audiobook reviews, posts on blogging tips, giveaways, and more.


Strange Tales

Reading and Q&A Session at Desborough Library

from Strange Tales

Twitter: @MarkEWest

The online home for UK horror writer Mark West, featuring book and film reviews and posts on a wide variety of creative subjects.


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IndyRef – now can we lift the Left?

from Not Writing But Blogging

Twitter: @stellduffy

Writer/director/improviser/performer Stella Duffy doing this instead of writing …


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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr/Eric Carle

from Story Snug

Twitter: @cjfriess

Story Snug recommends picture books and early chapter books. Especially set up to help expats find good books to read with their children.


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All over the place

from cuddles & muddles & muddy puddles

Twitter: @cuddlesmuddles

Life at home with a toddler... Mum talk, Little Bookclub and lots of play. All with the aim of helping our days go (a bit) more smoothly.