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Jul

Q&A with Sherrilyn Kenyon!!

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The latest installment in Sherrilyn Kenyon's bestselling League series, Born of Fury, is out now! To celebrate, we have a Q&A with Sherri herself! Delve into the mind of one of the  greatest authors of our time . . . Tell us about yourself I’m a typical writer who sits,

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3
Jul

Win a copy of Without You by Saskia Sarginson

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Without You is the second novel from Saskia Sarginson, author of 2013 Richard & Judy book club bestseller, The Twins. A captivating blend of emotional family drama and psychological suspense, this is a story about a family torn apart by the loss of their eldest daughter, Eva, who they think

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3
Jul

Is Suicidal Behaviour a Cry for Help or a Cry of Pain?

Posted by in Book Extracts, News, Non-Fiction, Previews, Recommended Reading

In the thought-provoking book Cry of Pain,  Professor Mark Williams offers new perspectives on suicide and suicidal behaviour. What is it that causes someone to end his or her own life, or to harm themselves? Informative and sympathetically written, it is essential reading for therapists and mental health professionals as

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1
Jul

Robin York's HARDER is published today!

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Harder, the amazing sequel to Robin York’s new adult debut Deeper, publishes today! And Piatkus couldn’t be more excited. If you’re looking for a sexy, emotional read from this prolific author, look no further. Fans of Deeper have been waiting with baited breath for Harder, and they won’t be disappointed. This

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24
Jun

Gaelen Foley introduces The Secrets of a Scoundrel

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Today marks the publication of The Secrets of a Scoundrel, the captivating finale in The Inferno Club. And Gaelen is here to share with us a few fascinating facts . .  . Useless facts are quite the delight of my life, and as a writer, I come across a lot

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10
Jun

Karen Le Billon's delicious recipes – green beans!

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Do you think children can’t be taught to be healthy, unfussy eaters? Then read on . . . In The 7 Secrets of Raising Happy Eaters, Karen Le Billon shares her method for turning picky eaters into healthy, happy eaters. Last time, we looked at Karen’s taste-training games and how

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9
Jun

Overwhelmed? Exhausted? Busy? It's time to try a different approach

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Four simple things you can do today to take control of your work and life from Tony Crabbe, author of Busy: How to thrive in a world of too much

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9
Jun

Now Closed: WIN a signed copy of The Mind Makeover by Sharron Lowe

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To celebrate publication of The Mind Makeover by Sharron Lowe, we're giving you the chance to win copy of this life-changing book signed by the author! All you need to do is enter your name and email address below, after reading and agreeing to our terms and condititions. Good luck!

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6
Jun

Summer is the time for Walkactive!

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  Summer is the perfect time to give Joanna Hall's Walkactive a go. Thousands of happy clients know that it's a fantastic way to shape up, lose weight and get fit. You can discover some of their success stories here on Youtube and also here on Joanna's website! And the

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5
Jun

Richard Marsh reflects on his miraculous escape

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In May 2009 retired cop Richard Marsh suffered a severe stroke that submerged him in the terrifying world of locked-in syndrome. His brain was still working but he couldn't move a muscle. Try as he might, he had no way of communicating with the outside world. Locked In details his

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  • Wed, 12 November 2014 -
    Kate Ellis at Linghams Bookshop
  • Sat, 29 November 2014 -
    Frances Brody at Waterstones Albion Street

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