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'In the Lamplight' - UK book launch

Now that I’ve caught my breath after returning from my whirlwind UK book launch and schools tour, I can at last share some of the lovely photos. 265 more words

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Mine update: five months since publication

My fifth novel, Mine, has been on the shelves for five months exactly (it was published to coincide with Valentine’s Day.) It’s a love story set in Cape Town, but I was totally unprepared for how much love it has received from readers. 302 more words

Sally Partridge

Resonance & Revolt & real-time reviews – and some rugelach too

So Resonance & Revolt has been out for a good few weeks! I was so absorbed in preparations for the launch a couple of weeks ago I forgot to mention that, as well as post about the launch in this blog. 660 more words

Book Launches

Bookstore Survival

Did you know that at book launches, you can hear an author read a portion of their book? It’s similar to children’s story time at a library. 58 more words


What Worthy Thing Are You Fighting For?

1 day until release! What worthy thing are you fighting for? WHERE HOPE BEGINS, releasing May 22nd http://catherinejwest.com/books/where-hope-begins/ #wherehopebegins #storiesthatmatter #May22 #1day #bookclubread #tnzfiction



Serendipity & Black Jack's Mill

There are many places I could have stayed in Harefield, indeed I originally booked somewhere other than Black Jack’s Mill, but something about the B&B on the canal called me. 173 more words

For Teachers

a16z Podcast: The Case Against Education, From Signaling to Rainbow's End

Signaling and credential inflation — not learning — can explain why education pays in the labor market, and why we shouldn’t invest (any more) in it, argues Bryan Caplan, economics professor at George Mason University and author of the book… 132 more words