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Books to Read After Watching Bridgerton

Books to Read After Watching Bridgerton

I binged Netflix's recent series, Bridgerton, as fast as I could. If you did the same then check out these books to read after!

January 8, 2021

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Books To Read Before You See the 2020 Screen Adaptation

Books To Read Before You See the 2020 Screen Adaptation

If you've seen the release schedule for this years upcoming films and TV shows then you'll know that there are so many great books being adapted! It's almost hard to know where to start! But, whether you're a person who thinks the book is better than the film, or a person who just likes to know what's going to happen, there's loads of great reasons to read the book before you see the 2020 screen adaptation.

March 1, 2020

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7 Amazing Audiobooks featuring LGBT+ Characters

7 Amazing Audiobooks featuring LGBT+ Characters

February is LGBT History Month every year in the UK. In 2020, the theme is Poetry, Prose, and Plays, which celebrates the contribution that LGBT+ writers have made to writing of all kinds, from Sappho to Juno Dawson.

February 19, 2020

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10 of the Best Audiobooks of 2019

10 of the Best Audiobooks of 2019

A great audiobook is always a combination of different things: a riveting story, excellent writing, and the best narration. The perfect mixture elevates an audiobook so it's hard to stop listening. But with so many audiobooks published every year, how can you find the ones that are must-listens? We've collected a list of 10 of the best audiobooks of 2019, from multi-cast to read by the author. If you're looking for entertainment throughout the festive season, then look no further!

December 11, 2019

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Books To Read When The World Feels Awful

Books To Read When The World Feels Awful

Right now, everything feels pretty terrible. The news is just constant sound bites of terrible politicians. It's dark at 4pm (this should be illegal). And it hasn't stopped raining for two months.

November 12, 2019

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Laura Carlin interview: The Wicked Cometh

Laura Carlin interview: The Wicked Cometh

Laura Carlin is the bestselling author of The Wicked Cometh, a dark and mysterious tale set against the backdrop of the slums of Georgian London. This is Laura’s debut novel, and it earned her a nomination for the Books Are...

March 18, 2019

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Reading classic novels in an era of climate change

Reading classic novels in an era of climate change

There is a strange and troubled kind of intimacy between our own moment of climate change and 19th century Britain. It was there that a global, fossil fuel economy first took shape, through its coal-powered factories, railways, and steamships, which drove the emergence of modern consumer capitalism. 

May 30, 2017

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Local and Community History Month: Book recommendations

Local and Community History Month: Book recommendations

May is Local and Community History Month - a great time to find out a little more about how your village, town or city grew up into what it is today. The more you dig, the more you'll find that people, events and buildings all have fascinating pasts.

May 8, 2017

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Books that take you to the Jazz Age

Books that take you to the Jazz Age

With the start of April comes Jazz Appreciation Month. Listening to jazz music, going to see performances and exploring the history of jazz, are all great ways to spend your month. But we're here to recommend something bookish.

April 3, 2017

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The Best and Worst Couples in Literature

The Best and Worst Couples in Literature

It's a truth universally acknowledged that not all fictional couples are created equal. Some of them are sweeping romances that you can’t stop thinking about for weeks, while others add tension and drama to a book and are, quite frankly, just unhealthy.

March 13, 2017

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