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Month: June 2017

A Long Election

This blog has been irregular for a while. Basically since from the general election, when I rashly thought it might be kinda groovy to get all involved. And boy… was it an experience.  There’s masses […]

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The Beast’s Heart: the open submissions journey

OK, so the writer is me and this third-person thing is weird. So I might ditch that for now. But let me reassure you in the best tradition of Peter Falk’s Grandpa in The Princess […]

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Related Categories: Books, Hodderscape Posts

Acne-fighting recipes

Dale Pinnock, renowned nutritionist, medical herbalist, chef and health expert, teaches us a couple of acne-fighting recipes that will make your skin glow from the inside out! Acne has got to be one of the […]

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Happy Birthday, Dave Duncan!

Dave Duncan was born in Newport-on-Tay, Scotland on this day in 1933.  He received his diploma from Dundee High School and got his college education at the University of Saint Andrews. He moved to Canada […]

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Related Categories: Anniversaries, Authors, Essentials

Bookends Beach Party

Today we launch our fabulous summer reading campaign here at Bookends HQ, the Bookends Beach Party!  Over July and August we’re bringing you a whole host of exclusive author content and summer reading round ups […]

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Gateway Essentials: Harry Turtledove

Harry Turtledove was born in Los Angeles in 1949, and has a PhD in Byzantine history. He has taught ancient and medieval history at a number of universities including UCLA, and has published a translation […]

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Why Dune Messiah is even better than Dune

After Dune comes Dune Messiah. We’re once again treated to a unique blend of merged philosophies and mysticism and religions, and continue with a story that rides on the culmination of millennia of the human […]

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The Best Apps and Online Classes for Yoga At Home

Sometimes the effort of actually going to a gym or class is all it takes to put us off. It gives us the opportunity to forget our kit. It might be a cost we can’t […]

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Gateway Essentials: Mark S. Geston

Mark S. Geston has degrees in history and law and is a practising attorney. His first novel, Lords of the Starship, was published in 1967 while he was still in college, but he has published […]

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Sarah Waters meets the cast of Secret Cinema

On April 10th 2017, for a week, Secret Cinema X secretly screened Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden at Troxy, Limehouse. You can see a clip here: https://vimeo.com/213272145 Sarah (middle) meets the cast of Secret Cinema

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London Food Month Pictures

Last Sunday saw us gather in Foyles Charing Cross Road for a few talks, a few tastings and a lot of gin, with some of London’s best food & drink writers. Take a look at […]

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Related Categories: Cookbook Confidential

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