Category Archive: Life & Style

Aug 16

Business Of Books: Jane Cable talks to publishing polymath, Liz Barnsley

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: LOVING BOOKS, LIVING BOOKS Jane Cable talks to publishing polymath, Liz Barnsley What is your book related job or business? First of all I’m a reader and reviewer with my own website, Liz Loves Books  – all done for the love of it. On the professional side I work freelance as a submission reader for …

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Aug 14

Family London: Fun Days Out With Children From Tots To Teens By Jimi Famurewa

Family London: Fun Days Out With Children From Tots To Teens By Jimi Famurewa This brilliant little book has over 100 great things to do in London with children. From little ones to teens, there is something for everyone. Great when you are stuck or want to try something new. It is not too heavy …

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Aug 14

Cut out the holiday hassle with Bramley

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  It’s stressful enough packing for holiday without decanting your favourite products into little plastic bottles to pass security regulations. Now you don’t have to as Bramley have introduced a range of their larger size products into 50ml and 100ml bottles Bramley’s countryside inspired collection of bath, body and hair products are available to buy …

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Aug 14

Another picture book winner: Big Teeth by Richard Middleton

  Words for the Wounded’s Award winning children’s picture book  author Richard Middleton has produced another winner: Big Teeth. Big Teeth carries  a different pictorial style to his enormously successful  Little Hoglet’s Egg Race,  in that Middleton has swung into big, bold and broad stroked illustrations. A style that is  almost audacious and mirrors the massive, and probably …

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Aug 14

Bright Bites for Baby-Nibbling Whale Teether

Nibbling’s jewellery collection is the perfect combination of style and practicality. We tested the whale teether in coral. Baby found the teether the perfect size to hold in little fingers. It comes with a lanyard clip that mum can pop around her neck instantly converting the teether into a piece of jewellery. We particularly liked …

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Aug 12

The Married Girls reviewed by Milly Adams

I chaired a panel of historical fiction authors last year at the lovely Yeovil  Literary Festival (Diney Costeloe was one of the speakers) and met up with Diney for lunch first. Great fun was had but what about the books? The Married Girls  is the sequel to A Girl With No Name.and those readers who love Diney Costeloe’s …

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Aug 11

Review: Grimm Tales, Chichester

Grimm Tales – For Young and Old Adapted by Philip Wilson Chichester Festival Youth Theatre at the Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood Until 19 August Photo credit: Johan Persson If you go down to the woods today… Just when it seems impossible for Chichester Festival Youth Theatre (CFYT) to achieve any greater heights they come along …

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Aug 11

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde – a chilling adaptation by Nick Lane. by Milly Adams

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Adapted by Nick Lane presented by Blackeyed Theatre, in association with South Hill Park UK Tour: September 2017 – March 2018 Greenwich Theatre from Wednesday 4th to Saturday 7th October. This sounds a thrilling, chilling new adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s noir psychological fantasy, The Strange …

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