Daily Archives: May 30, 2011

BOOK REVIEW Kate’s Wedding

Kate’s Wedding – Chrissie Manby by Stephanie Pegler, of Chicklit Club I can only imagine how Chrissie Manby must have been almost as nervous as the bride on the day of the royal wedding. With her book set amid the … Continue reading

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TOP TIP Paige Toon

Enjoy writing what you’re writing. It sounds so obvious, but every writer experiences writers’ block at some point – that horrible feeling of sitting in front of your laptop, staring at an empty screen and not knowing how to start … Continue reading

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QUICK QUESTIONS Melissa Hill

WHAT MAKES A GOOD TWIST? – Irish author Melissa Hill always uses unpredictable twists in her novels. Her latest, Something From Tiffany’s, is out this month. For me a good twist is one that hits you with all the force … Continue reading

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AUTHOR POST Sheila O’Flanagan

Beneath the Covers by Sheila O’Flanagan If I only judged a book by its cover I’d never have read so many Penguin books when I was younger. Those classic orange and white designs gave nothing about the contents of the … Continue reading

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