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Five Tips for Budding Interns

Our Marketing Assistant, Jess, shares some tips for people seeking work experience in the publishing industry.

I’ve been lucky enough to witness both ends of the spectrum in the publishing industry; I’ve been an intern, and I’ve met several interns since I started working for Seren in December 2014. 852 more words

Reaping the rewards of asking for help

 It was most definitely worth asking for help with my garden this year.

I can’t believe the difference it has made, having someone to clear away the endless weeds and brambles, and rescuing the wildlife pond so overgrowth with yellow iris there was no pond left. 425 more words

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Requiem for a Keyboard

This is my keyboard. Or rather, my ex-keyboard, as, after years of faithfully being bashed to within an inch of its life on almost a daily basis, it finally gave up the ghost. 361 more words

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Yes, We Have No Oranges (Nor Bananas)...

Last year author Juliet Greenwood (We That Are left, Honno Press)) wrote a guest blog post on the topic of producing and preparing food for the… 1,019 more words

History

The War Before Mine by Caroline Ross @honno #WW2 orphan dedication

The War Before Mine by Caroline Ross

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The War Before Mine has two settings. 2006 in Australia and the years around WW2 in the UK. 439 more words

Books

Pattern Of Shadows by Judith Barrow

Pattern of Shadows by Judith Barrow

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pattern of Shadows is a WW2 historical fiction. Mary Howarth is a nurse in a hospital attached to the Granville German prisoner of war camp, which is near Manchester, Uk. 417 more words

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Revealing the Independent Publishers

Last week we put together some logos of six different independent publishers, some of them British and some of them not, to see if you could identify any of them by their logos alone. 427 more words