Month: February 2018

9 Epistolary Books for Everyone

Epistolary books come in many forms; a novel written in letters, a historical diary or a book made up of newspaper articles, emails and text messages! There are countless ways to write an epistolary books and each variation adds it's own individual flavor to a piece of writing. Think you've never read an epistolary book before? Think again! Some of the most popular books throughout history fit in this category - The Dairy of Anne Frank and Dracula, for example. And plenty of well known children's books are written in diary form, from the Diary of Wimpy Kid series to Diary of a Wombat! We've collected a few of our favourite epistolary books below making sure there's something for all ages and tastes! READ MORE

Catherine Milne on Comfort Reading as Self Care

[caption id="attachment_6061" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Words: Catherine Milne, HarperCollins Fiction Publisher[/caption] At stressful times, when you’re down, or when you just want an instant pick-me-up or escape from reality, do you often find yourself reaching – along with the chocolate/tea/wine (name your addiction of choice) – for a book that you’ve read many times before?  READ MORE

10 things every parent should know…about technology

Children's book and laptop, parenting advice book extract

  Dr Justin Coulson's newest book, 10 Things Every Parent Should Know, was written "for every parent who has wanted to be better". Coulson is a parenting expert  and the author of 21 Days to a Happier Family and 9 Ways to a Resilient Child. 10 Things Every Parent Should Know is the perfect companion to these editions, offering practical advice and valuable strategies to parents in any situation. READ MORE

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