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Apr 20

The Extra-terrestrial Film Festival: The St Albans Film Festival Returns

A “Secret Cinema” experience, films in the park after dark, and a swim-in cinema are planned for St Albans 3rd Film Festival which will be out of this world    Visitors to the St Albans Film Festival will have the opportunity to take part in a ‘Secret Cinema’ experience when the Odyssey cinema holds an immersive …

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Apr 20

Frost Loves…Monster Powercard Ultra Thin Smartphone Charger

Running an online magazine is a full time job, so this good-looking yet convenient portable charger has been a lifesaver. Why we love it: Size does matter- far from being bulky, this ultra thin PowerCard is fully portable and weighs practically nothing. The ultimate in convenience. You can even put it in your purse or …

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Apr 19

VIPs Party At The Ivy Chelsea Garden Launch…

Tuesday 14th April 2015 saw a host of London influencers and VIP guests, including Sophie Ellis-Bextor, James Blunt, Chelsy Davy, Mariella Frostrup, Poldark’s Kyle Soller, Kelly Hoppen, Nicky Haslam and James Norton,  to name but a few, gather together to celebrate the launch of The Ivy Chelsea Garden, 197 King’s Road, London, SW3 5ED. Guests …

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Apr 17

Tortured Love By Michael Khatkar Book Review

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TORTURED LOVE A novel of life, death and hope By Michael Khatkar Published by Mereo: www.mereobooks.com Billed as ‘a sexually explicit thriller of the most twisted kind’ (definitely one to remove from the bedside table when granny stays over), Tortured Love is a debut novel with a curiously lyrical quality. The unconventional story centres on …

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Apr 17

Time to Make a Choice By Mary Cooper

Time; the hardest of all dimensions to come to terms with. It is limitless, yet defines our limits. It is invisible, yet we see it’s visible effects. We all know what it is, yet if asked to define it, we can’t. Even if we stand still, time continues to move forwards; it is relentless and …

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Apr 16

Holiday Destination: Kerala, India by Pat Heath

Cycling in Kerala sounded fun. Yes, they mentioned mountains, but how hard could it be? Day 1 was deceptively relaxing – a guided tour of Kochi and its history. Separated from the rest of India by mountains, Kochi was influenced mainly by foreign traders, attracted by the lucrative spice business. The apostle, Thomas, beat the …

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Apr 15

A day in the life of Felicity Trew – literary editor

Newly appointed literary agent Felicity Trew describes a day in the life of one the top literary agencies, the Caroline Sheldon Literary Agency. By the time I get on the bus in the morning, I’ve already visited 50 different worlds… through my submission inbox. I never know where it’s going to take me. I start …

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Apr 15

It Takes Two – The Idea Behind KISHBOO by Sharon Boothroyd

It was my husband Keith who had the idea of producing an e-magazine in the summer of 2014. He has pro web design experience and I had written all the text for his corporate client websites, so we were used to combining our skills and working together as a team. We called our publishing brand …

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