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Life Lessons from Remarkable Women: Tales of Triumph, Failure and Learning to Love Yourself

If you could share one lesson from your life with every woman, what would it be? Stylist magazine has asked that question of remarkable women from the worlds of entertainment, politics, sport and fashion. With honesty, wit and a serious no-BS attitude, their lessons address the challenges every woman faces today, from climbing the career ladder and finding inner fulfilment, to forging authentic relationships and overcoming life’s setbacks. Each of these impressive… (read more)

My Year In Small Drawings

My Year in Small Drawings is a charmingly original visual diary which encourages you to create and collect the details all around you every day. Exploring the extraordinary in the ordinary, this meaningful artifact builds up dozens of dinky drawings for a uniquely personal record. Author Matilda Tristram invites doodlers and designers alike to experience the irresistible immediacy of drawing small. Tangles of cables, window frames, tree buds; all just some of the objects she suggests we… (read more)

Places I Stopped On The Way Home

This is a love letter to the nights I climbed into bed full-face of makeup, too tired to take it off. To the days when one latte was not enough, when the two basic food groups were caffeine and sugar. This is a note to the girl I was when joy was a thing always ten feet away; when getting out of bed was harder than not. An open-mouthed-sloppy-kiss to the decade… (read more)

BETA: Quiet Girls Can Run The World

What does success look like? 5AM conference calls and late nights in the office? Winning every argument in the office and always getting your own way? What does a successful woman look like? The shoulder-pad wearing Alpha? The dogmatist who rules with an iron fist? The reality is far more nuanced. Women are still reduced to Alpha boss, or the Beta secretary or assistant, but when 47% of the workforce are reduced… (read more)

Wonder Woman: The Art and Making of the Film

Director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman sees the hero brought to the big screen for the first time in her own movie, and fully realizes the breathtaking wonder, strength, and grace of such an historic character. Wonder Woman: The Art & Making of the Film celebrates the creation of this groundbreaking movie, taking fans on a voyage of discovery through the world of Wonder Woman. Showcasing the earliest concept art, set and costume… (read more)

Ice Cream for Breakfast

Child-Like Solutions to Bullsh*t Adult Problems Hey you, did you know? Silliness is your right. It’s not a privilege. Silliness isn’t for silly people. You, you fully-functioning, slightly-overworked and incredibly serious grown-up – you deserve to be silly, even when you’re doing such a good job of “adulting”. Sod it: especially when you’re doing such a good job at “adulting”. (and you really are, you know. You’re doing an ace job at… (read more)

The Nation’s Host: Butlin’s and the Story of the British Seaside

In 1936, with the opening of his first holiday camp in Skegness, Billy Butlin laid the foundations for a new era in the history of the British seaside. Today, his legacy still lives on as Butlin’s celebrates its 80th year as an iconic British institution. The Nation’s Host charts the incredible inside story of Butlin’s, from its origins in a British society still reeling from the economic downturn of the 1920s, to… (read more)

50 Things To Do Before You’re 11 3/4 – An Outdoors Adventure Handbook

Following on from the National Trust’s hugely successful media campaign, this book is bursting with ideas to help children discover the great outdoors and get closer to nature. The pocket-sized companion contains 50 fantastic activities, selected by children around the country. Full of handy tips, nature facts and activity checklists, it’s the perfect nature journal – with lots of space for notes, photos, leaves, doodles and more. Also includes rainy day activities… (read more)


When the man Laura Jane Williams thought she would wed dumped her and married her friend, she was devastated. Empty. Drinking too much, sleeping around, and moving from place-to-place in a refusal to put down roots, she tried to fill the void – the gaping hole – that heartbreak had left behind. She wanted control. To grab life by the balls. To live boldly. But, she rapidly learned it wasn’t that simple. (read more)

Probably Nothing

Probably Nothing by Matilda Tristram – a moving, funny and inspiring graphic memoir by a woman who discovered she had cancer whilst she was pregnant. At 31, Matilda Tristram was 17 weeks pregnant and looking forward to having her first baby. Then she discovered she had bowel cancer. This touching and hilarious memoir in graphic novel form, which is never morose or self-pitying, starts at the moment Matilda was diagnosed and ends… (read more)

Property Investment: The Essential Rules

Making money from property and ditching the day job is a widely held dream. In this comprehensive and easy-to-follow book you will learn the guiding principles to help you get the most out of property investment. Benefitting from the author’s expert, friendly guidance and practical tips you will be walked through the property investment process and be equipped with the knowledge you need to succeed. Packed full of inspirational and practical guidance… (read more)

How To Buy Property At Auction

Buying property at auction is nerve-wracking, exhilarating and can be hugely profitable – as long as you know the pitfalls to avoid. Offering expert tips and guidance you will be walked through the property auction process from start to finish – and be equipped with the knowledge you need to profit from property auctions. Comprehensive and easy to follow, the guide is packed full of case studies, expert tips and watch points… (read more)