Aug 19

Success for Oliver Eade, WforW award winner, in the Segora one-act play competition 2018

. Frost Magazine’s has learned with great pleasure that the Words for the Wounded’s recent winner of the Young Adult Fiction Georgina Hawtrey-Woore Award, Oliver Eade (with The Kelpie’s Eyes) has done it again. He has won the Segora one-act Play Competition 2018 with The Other Cat. Fiona Frazer was placed second with Gloop. The …

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Aug 19

HIPCHIPS – RESTAURANT REVIEW

Concept bars are always cropping up in London – whether it’s a loaded-fry focus (mmm), a cereal focus (mmmm) or, in this instance, a fresh crisp focus (mmmmm!) Based in Soho, the ever hip ‘HipChips’ focusses on making beautifully crunchy, flavoursome crisps out five different potato types. To accompany this classic carb, HipChips offers a …

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Aug 17

The Definition of Us By Sarah Harris | Book of The Week

This is a heart-warming and endearing novel. A YA novel which can be read by any age. A wonderful book on mental illness that will not just entertain, but also could improve, and even save, some some young people’s lives. We need more books like this. Just stunning and so important. NORMAL (definition) (adj.) Conforming …

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Aug 17

Friday Focus: THE REAL DEAL AROUND ROSEHIP OIL

When details of a product which keeps Miranda Kerr and David Gandy looking fresh landed in our inbox, we took immediate attention (with a carefully placed level of scepticism, of course). Rosehip oil has a tonne of benefits including soothing the effects of sunburn, reducing stretch marks and generally improving the quality of your skin. …

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Aug 16

Miss Nightingale’s Nurses By Kate Eastham | Recommended Reads

A great read. Liverpool 1855. Ada Houston is alone. Her grandfather has recently passed away and her brother is missing, last seen working on the Liverpool docks. Everyone assumes him to be dead. But she will not give up hope. Ada’s determined search takes her to the Crimea where she joins the team of Florence …

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Aug 15

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – ROMANCE AUTHOR CASSANDRA GRAFTON

What was the first writing advice you were ever given? If I think back to when I started to seriously consider writing full-length stories, the first piece of advice I recall was ‘just keep putting the words on the page’. After all, you can’t polish and edit a blank page, can you? At the time, …

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Aug 15

Food franchise opportunities

It appears that the UK is in the middle of a food revolution. Gone are the days of spending money on cigarettes and alcohol. Brits are enjoying quality time with family and friends choosing to spend their hard-earned cash at restaurants and cafes. According to the Office for National Statistics, the average household spends £45 …

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Aug 14

JUMPING ON THE BAMBOO BANDWAGON

Every day we are learning about new trends, ingredients and ‘game changing’ science that will be the answer to our beauty worries. The latest one to land in our inbox is Bamboo – one of the fastest-growing plants on the planet. So, what are the supposed brilliant benefits of Bamboo? Promotes healing – Bamboo contains …

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