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Emigrating Friendships

  Since moving to Sydney in September 2015, I’ve been lucky enough to have a handful of my very best friends come and stay with me. Given the expense and distance of travelling from the UK to Australia, however, I’m well aware that it won’t be possible for all of my nearest and dearest to pay me […]

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Keep You Close – Lucie Whitehouse

There are a small number of writers whose newest releases I eagerly await – those whose websites and social media channels I check every few months, hoping for an update on when they might be releasing their next novel. And since reading Lucie Whitehouse’s debut – The House at Midnight; which remains a book I […]

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The House at Midnight – Lucie Whitehouse

On my last day of interning at Bloomsbury, I was told to help myself to books on my way out, a suggestion I took perhaps quite too literally as I soon found myself wandering through Soho with a stack of books piled under both arms, and one wedged under my neck for good measure. Amongst […]

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