Category Archive: Life & Style

Feb 12

Men’s Bathrooms Need To Have Baby Changing Stations

When it comes to sexism parenting is rife with it. Women are asked how they juggle having children and a job, men rarely, if ever. Most parenting events for mother are 9-5 Monday-Friday, and the events for men are on a weekend. Because women don’t work, right? Because men don’t look after their own children? …

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Feb 12

Urban Veda – Natural Skincare

Feeling a bit grey after January? You are not alone. Gosh, last month was grim but I’ve found something that soothes and comforts the spirit as well as skin. Are you up for balancing your dosha? Then perhaps a little Urban Veda will bring you the balance you crave. The Urban Veda ranges are designed to …

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Feb 09

Hummingbird by Tristan Hughes

    Hummingbird by Tristan Hughes is out now and is the winner of the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2018, in the category for Fiction, with a Sense of Place.   “What you could change and alter could never be finished or complete or dead. This is what I had been told back then, …

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Feb 09

Fabulous launch for fabulous author – Helen Warner: by Kathleen Thompson

  The Story of our Lives by Helen Warner, a fabulously readable novel, was launched at the prestigious 5th View Cocktail Bar at Waterstones, Piccadilly on 8th February.   Helen Warner with The Story of Our Lives It was indeed a star-studded evening including Judge Robert Rinder, Rachel Riley, and the stars of Loose Women. We …

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Feb 08

Excitement builds at the news Joanna Trollope is on her way to Thirsk

Sue Lake at one of Frost Magazine’s favourite bookshop, the award winning White Rose BookCafe, Thirsk, was thrilled when publishers, Pan Macmillan confirmed that the international bestselling author, Joanna Trollope agreed to attend this event at St Mary’s Church, Thirsk on:  Wednesday 21 February 2018. She said ‘We are thrilled to be hosting this event …

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Feb 08

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Cramele Recas  by Milly Adams

  My mum always said ‘a bit of what you fancy does you good.’ And I love Pinot Grigio but have not associated Romania with this wine. A bad mistake, because here at Frost Magazine we’ve been sampling again. Tough job but someone has to do it.     To mark Valentine’s Day, Cramele Recas, …

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Feb 08

Melissa’s Life-Changing Carrot and Olive Oil Cake

Makes 1 x 23cm round cake Equipment 23cm round, deep, loose-bottom cake tin Sorry for the melodramatic title of this cake but to be honest it was life-changing for me, so please just go with it. It’s the complex play of the spices that really brings this cake to life. Cloves, cardamom and cinnamon combine …

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Feb 07

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – AUTHOR JOHN JACKSON

Kicking off a new series for 2018, Jane Cable talks to romantic novelist and former seafarer John Jackson What was the first writing advice you were ever given? The first piece was one I worked out for myself before starting to write fiction. In a previous life, I spent many years preparing safety manuals, policies …

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