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bookaholic mum

Book Review: Harvest by Jim Crace

from Bookaholic Mum

Twitter: @BookaholicMum

This bookworm's sharing her passion for reading with her young daughters. Read about libraries, literacy issues and the politics of reading on her blog.


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Green Arrow and associates Comixology sale

from New readers...start here!

Introducing people to comics: superheroes, manga, kid friendly, horror, crime, steampunk and more.


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Bobchat - three wheeled

from Little Super Sparks

Twitter: @lilsupersparks

Mum to two gorgeous little supersparks Harry (Bob) the toddler and Archie (Bear) the baby.


stephen k bush

Why Martin Amis is wrong on Englishness

from A Dangerous Notion

Twitter: @stephenkbush

Stephen blogs about politics, arts, books and London life. He's a recently graduated young person from a single parent family and he's got plenty to say.


Tripfiction

Come and visit the new TRIPFICTION site (click on the links below to find out...

from Trip Fiction

Twitter: @tripfiction

Experience your chosen destination through works of fiction, where locations come to life through the eyes of an author


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Book Review: When God Was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman

from Feathered Quills and Heartbreak Feels

Twitter: @allie_jm

A blog ran by a bookaholic, discussing reading, writing and quite possibly other brilliant, random things. Join in the convo, bring cookies!


Lonely Scribe

Making the case for independent midwifery: The Baby's Coming by Virginia Howes

from Lonely Scribe

Twitter: @Lonely_Scribe

A blog about publishing, parenting, breastfeeding, home birth, life experiences


Reading Together

It's been a while …

from Reading Together

Twitter: @Readtogether1

A website designed to help adults help children to become successful, confident readers that read for pleasure.


AndrewCowley

Fifty Shades of Purple

from Why Don't You Publish That Sir?

Twitter: @andrew_cowley23

A collection of why writing aspirations; short stories he has written for school; a trilogy of parodies of the 50 Shades nonsense.


Rush Hour Reads

The Last Hangman

from Rush Hour Reads

Twitter: @RushHourReads

A commuter's eye view on the best fiction to read on the go. Take a peek at what I read during my commute as I search for that rare beast; the book that's easy to pop in your handbag but will make...