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The Best Books of 2010

30 Day Method by Tracy Anderson

My Booky Wook 2 by Russell Brand

Jump! by Jilly Cooper

Jeremiah Jellyfish Flies High! by John Fardell

The Fry Chronicles by Stephen Fry

Golden Cages - The Post That Started It All

In 2012 I went travelling on my own for 3 months in south-east Asia. Writing about my adventures is what started this journey into self-discovery, in particular this post. 1,362 more words

Design Your Life

Romantic heroes

So, it’s Valentine’s Eve, and it’s time to think about some of the characters that have inspired me to create my own. What is it about certain fictional heroes that get my heart pumping and my blood rising? 968 more words

Writing

Hot to snot: real winter street style

Apparently I am going to spend this year hyperventilating with sartorial excitement over the rebirth of flares, and the suede revival (note: suede as a material, and sadly NOT an opportunity to get a Brett Anderson mega-fringe and strike… 498 more words

Review - Stable Mates by Zara Stoneley

Hello! It’s me again, here with a review of another fabulous book on tour with the brilliant Brook Cottage Books! This time it’s the turn of Zara Stoneley’s Stable Mates. 504 more words

Reviewa

Self-published/ indie authors? What do you think of them and what can we do differently?

Question for you all: self-published/ indie authors – do you read them (other than me, obviously!)?
I must admit, although I’m one myself and I like to think my books are alright, I DO still feel pleasantly surprised when I read something by another indie and find that it kicks ass and isn’t riddled with childish spelling errors. 304 more words

Blog

Other People’s Bookshelves #49 – Rosemary Kaye

Hello and welcome to the latest Other People’s Bookshelves, the first of 2015 indeed. If you haven’t seen it before this is a series of posts set to feed into the filthy book lust/porn and either give you a fix of other people’s books and shelves to stave you off going on a buying/borrowing spree, or making you want to run and grab as many more books as you can. 1,946 more words

Other People's Bookshelves