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Oct 31

A Day in the Life of Emma Kavanagh

Before Emma tells us of a day in her life, let me tell you that she has written a brilliant debut psychological thriller for Random House: a plane falls out of the sky, a woman is murdered, four people all have something to hide. Emma is a former police psychologist but this is her day …

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Oct 31

What’s Next for Britain’s Got Talent?

Since launching in 2007, Britain’s Got Talent has gone through some ups and downs that, truthfully, are to be expected. When a TV program achieves what feels like flash-in-the-pan success, it can be difficult to continue on at that same level. That’s particularly the case with talent shows like BGT, whose livelihoods hinge on the …

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Oct 31

The Stoptober Challenge: The Round Up

So it is over. No more Stoptober. I am pretty pleased with myself. I think it went quite well. I haven’t been smoking and hope this will continue. It is still hard sometimes but I have come a long way. I wobbled many times. I don’t want the hard work to be for nothing Along …

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Oct 31

Christmas Gift List For Mum

Mums, not many people are as deserving of a good present. They put up with us, gave birth to us and love us no matter what. Where would we be without our mothers? Here is our top picks for this very special lady. Cornishware Mug Cornishware do these beautiful mugs which can be personalised and …

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Oct 31

THE FAERIE TREE: A Book In The Making

SAMHAIN: The time of year when the harvest has been completed and the earth has become dormant. The time when the veil which separates the living and the dead is at its most delicate. The time to honour those who have passed. I feel as though I’m chewing on metal. You see I’ve just bitten …

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Oct 30

The Indie Author Fair – a Pop-up Bookshop at the Chorleywood Lit Fest

Sunday 16th November, 2pm-5pm, British Legion Hall, Chorleywood Indie authors and indie bookshops ought to be a marriage made in heaven – ideally suited to work together to create something fresh and exciting. Catriona Troth, from the indie author collective, Triskele Books, is proud to have facilitated one such partnership – the first, she hopes, …

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