Category Archive: Featured

Mar 24

Anna And Elsa From Frozen Are Related To Tarzan. Yes, Really

Okay people, you might want to hold onto your hat for this one; it turns out that Anna and Elsa from Frozen are related to Tarzan. WTF I hear you say, well it is true because Frozen director, Chris Buck, has confirmed the fan theories. Many Disney films have subtle links to each other. Aladdin’s lamp …

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Mar 23

Shipyard Girls at War By Nancy Revell Book Review

Published 23rd March 2017 Arrow Paperback Original, £5.99 Also available as an eBook Arrow have a speciality in publishing these sweeping historical novels. It is easy to see why the genre is so popular in general, but also why Nancy Revell’s books are so popular. Researched within an inch of its life; the novel is enjoyably entertaining. A …

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Mar 22

The Book Publicist EllyDonovanPR talks to Jane Cable

What is your book-related job or business? I am a freelance book publicist carrying out PR campaigns for authors and publishers. I try to obtain reviews, articles and interviews about my clients’ books in newspapers and magazines – and on the internet, the radio or television.  This type of publicity can help boost book sales as …

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Mar 21

1/3 of Females Put Off STEM Careers

A THIRD OF UK FEMALES INTERESTED IN STEM CAREERS ARE PUT OFF BEFORE LEAVING SECONDARY SCHOOL   46% OF UK FEMALES AGED 16-24 HAVE CONSIDERED A CAREER IN A STEM INDUSTRY, BUT ONLY 13% ARE IN STEM ROLES TODAY*   31% OF FEMALES AGED 16-24 BLAME LACK OF ‘REAL-LIFE’ CAREERS EDUCATION FOR THE LACK OF FEMALES …

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Mar 20

Happiness tips for parents and their kids on International Day of Happiness

Happiness tips for exhausted and over-worked parents and their children on International Day of Happiness International Day of Happiness – Monday March 20th 2017   Natalie Savvides is a married Mum of two young children under five who lives in South-West London. She is also the author of Full Circle, published in 2016 by Pegasus, which is a memoir …

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Mar 17

Global heroes battling censorship announced in Index Freedom of Expression Awards shortlist

Judges include actor Noma Dumezweni; former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown Sixteen courageous individuals and organisations who fight for freedom of expression in every part of the world.   A Zimbabwean pastor who was arrested by authorities last week for his #ThisFlag campaign, an Iranian Kurdish journalist covering his life as an interned Australian asylum …

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Mar 16

WE: A Manifesto for Women by Gillian Anderson and Jennifer Nadel

WE: A Manifesto for Women immediately caught my eye. As a proud feminist I am always on the lookout to support other feminists and find out about movements. I jumped at the chance to review this book and starting reading it soon after it arrived. My first thought was that it has lots of good …

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Mar 15

The Business of Books: #AMREADING

Jane Cable starts working through her ‘to be read’ pile Two weeks ago I wrote, with some trepidation, about my slightly difficult relationship with reading now that I’m a writer. I have to say I was really pleased by the positive comments I received from other authors feel the same – I certainly don’t feel …

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