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Six Bookish Things You Might Have Missed

Now that things are back to normal after the seemingly endless Christmas and Hogmanay period of marking time, there have been some really interesting writing and book-oriented stories around that I want to flag up to you. Read to the … Continue reading

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Recent links I’ve loved

It’s time for a round-up of favourite things I’ve seen on the internet recently… If you only read one of the links on this post, this is the one to go for. This piece from NY Magazine looks at a … Continue reading

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Recent links I’ve loved

This piece in The Telegraph about Joanne Harris’ thoughts on the barriers between writers and authors. The Medium on why Twitter is dying. Sad but true I fear. Certainly these days, I look at Twitter and wonder where the fun … Continue reading

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Recent links I’ve loved…

Anyone with even half an eye on the media can’t have missed that it was the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie’s birth recently. This piece from the Irish Times which asked crime writers such as Sophie Hannah, Val McDermid, Linwood … Continue reading

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Recent Links I’ve Loved

It’s time for a round-up of things that have caught my eye recently – an eclectic collection. Commercial women’s fiction, the much-derided chick-lit, is unfairly sneered at. As Lizzy Kremer, an agent with David Higham Associates, points out in this … Continue reading

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