5 books on mindfulness

Mindfulness is becoming more and more important for all types of people within their daily lives. Seeking some peace and quiet at times of stress is normal, but sometimes we need a helping hand on how to manage it. We’ve rounded up five brilliant books that dig into mindfulness to …

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What book should you read next?

Are you stuck for something to read? Never fear! We have taken some hugely popular books to give you some suggestions as to what to dive into next.   If you’ve read F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby You should read Arthur Miller –Death of a Salesman F. Scott …

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6 of the best comedy autobiographies

You would be hard-pressed to find someone who isn’t even a little bit obsessed with comedy. We have our favourite actors, performers or shows so why wouldn’t you want to dig a little deeper into how a renowned comic came to be? We looked at six brilliant biographies by six …

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5 novels to get you in the mood for summer

Even if the weather doesn’t show it, summer is right around the corner! Whether you’re knee-deep in revision at the moment or just longing for some much-needed sunshine, get a taste of the summer months in these novels. Summer – Edith Wharton Edith Wharton’s 1917 novel raised a lot of …

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Bedtime Stories

Are fairytales outdated and offensive? We asked 2,000 parents…

Parents have read their children fairytales before bedtime for hundreds of years. The chances are you’ve heard more than your share over the years, and you might even read a few of them to your kids too. They endure because they’re wholesome, fun and teach kids important life lessons like …

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5 of the best Rock memoirs

At the height of their fame, rockstars make amazing music, tour the world and make quite a few stories! These stories deserve to be shared with the world, so many decide to write memoirs when the party ends and they get off the tour bus. We’ve made a list of …

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Why we’ll always need Shakespeare

If you were to consider who the greatest writer in the English language was, would you pick William Shakespeare? Many would and even more than 400 years since his death, Shakespeare is as prominent in class rooms and lecture halls as ever. We’re all pretty aware of how important his …

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