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    #bookclub Feature
    by SJV
    2018/02/16  |  Features  |  

    This week on #BookClub, we’re featuring a few early quotes that have come in for the brand new novel publishing on 19th April by Juliet Ashton, the wonderful #SundayLunchClub! The first rule of Sunday Lunch Club is … don’t make any afternoon plans.   Every few Sundays, Anna and her extended family and …

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    Show some love…for those you love…..
    by SJV
    2018/02/12  |  Features  |  

    In 1982 I won a prize at school for a project on (Police). I have absolutely no recollection as to what the project actually consisted of, but I do remember that a friend of my Dad arranged, without any thought at all for the health and safety implications, for me …

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    #bookclub Feature
    by SJV
    2018/02/06  |  Features  |  

    This week on #BookClub, we’re featuring a few early quotes that have come in for the brand new novel publishing in hardback and eBook  on 5th April by Louise Candlish – #OurHouse! On a bright morning in the London suburbs, a family moves into the house they’ve just bought on …

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    You Do You…
    by SJV
    2018/02/05  |  Features  |  

    I’m writing this, my latest column, on Monday morning on the way to work, as I have done for the past six weeks. The difference between those previous weeks’ columns and this one is that I have literally no idea what, why, how I’m going to conjure up a bunch …

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    #bookclub Feature
    by SJV
    2018/01/29  |  Features  |  

    This week on #BookClub, we’re featuring a handful of the quotes that have come in for the new Rachel Hore novel, #LastLetterHome, that publishes in paperback this Thursday! From the bestselling author of A Week in Paris, and the Richard & Judy Bookclub pick A Place of Secrets, comes a …

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    Dreaming of Tuscany
    by SJV
    2018/01/25  |  Features  |  

    I’m not what you’d call well-travelled.   I didn’t gap year, don’t own walking boots and the idea of back packaging brings me out in hives.  I’ve lived, loosely speaking, in North, South, East AND West London but get utterly lost the minute I’m outside the M25 and couldn’t imagine living …

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    The Lipstick Effect
    by Juliet Ashton
    2018/01/22  |  Features  |  

    When the big things are going wrong, the little things really matter. Right now it feels like the big things aren’t just going wrong, they’re nosediving like a burning 747 whose flight attendants are punching each other out for the oxygen masks. So we turn to the little things. The …

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    #bookclub Feature
    by SJV
    2018/01/19  |  Features  |  

    This week on #BookClub, we’re featuring a some of the fabulous reviews that came in from our wonderful #TeamMilly and #BookClub members for the new novel by Milly Johnson – #PerfectlyImperfect!   First up is Linda: “THE PERFECTLY IMPERFECT WOMAN by Milly Johnson is a book filled with moments – …

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    A million love stories later…
    by SJV
    2018/01/19  |  Features  |  

    There was a time, not that long ago, when I genuinely feared that everything I thought I was and everything I believed to be true was a big fat hairy lie. I was settling in nicely to a wonderful book by a wonderful author whose previous novels are all in …

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    Embrace your Inner Flawsomeness…
    by Milly Johnson
    2018/01/19  |  Features  |  

    The heroine of my new book is flawsome: someone who needs a little reminder that her faults do not detract from her awesomeness. If ever there was a woman that made more than her fair share of mistakes, it’s Miss Marnie Salt.  And probably why I feel a deep affinity …