"Books" Blogs & Blog Posts

Adelle Laudan's BlogAdelle Laudan's Blog

Author Adelle Laudan's Blog where you can keep uptodate on her books. ...

 
Bianca's Book BlogBianca's Book Blog

Book reviews, monthly articles, Booker Prize coverage, and trying to hit a ...

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 
Diary of a Surprise MumDiary of a Surprise Mum

Diary of a single mum, not just about but yes about being a mum and about b...

 
Beach EatsBeach Eats

A dangerous combination of dieting and mascara! Join the Diva on a Diet as...

 
Jumble MashJumble Mash

Reviews, Rants, Raves and Randomness! A little bit funny, a little bit cyni...

 
this little life of minethis little life of mine

A little blog about my life - places I go, photos I take, books I read, foo...

 


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Let's start with the now almost-daily dose of To Walk Invisible: if you're curious about the progress of the replicas of the Brontë Parsonage and surroundings on the Haworth moors, do visit this Facebook album by Haworth village, which is regularly...

From Goodreads ~ Part the dimensional veil and follow Terry Boyle into the world of spirits, beyond time and space. Meet the forever-beautiful spectre of Marilyn Monroe, who came to the French River seeking sanctuary from fame and fans and decid...

The pre-production for To Walk Invisible goes ahead and Keighley News now reports that a BBC crew has visited the Parsonage. The article also includes a short account of the Westminster Abbey tribute for Charlotte's bicentenary.The entire production...

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You'll know Ben Hatke as author of Boing Boing-beloved illustrated kids' books like Little Robot and Zita the Space Girl, but as this Children's Book Week video shows, Hatke is a literal fire-breathing, acrobatic, sword-fighting superhero! (more&he...

Best foot forward: author Andrew Nichol.Helmsley's Cut Price Book Store hosts a signing on Sunday (8 May) with the author of a novel which follows the true and funny tale of seven young men walking the Cleveland Way in 1974.We'll Have a Laugh&nb...

FRAMEWORKS OF REFERENCE Frameworks of reference are ways to describe our brains’ processes when making a decision: knowing those frameworks allows us to shift our focus on the process we need the most or to quickly identify what tool can...