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Stormy Weather: books in which the weather is another character

Stormy Weather: books in which the weather is another character

"I’ve always been fascinated by stories of the force of nature, and even more so now when humanity is facing the destruction of the natural world..." Author Zoë Somerville shines a light on some books with an unconventional central character: the weather itself.

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Rye Books is hiring!

Rye Books is hiring!

We are looking for an experienced bookseller to join our small team 2-3 days a week (must be prepared to work weekends and must like dogs!) The ideal candidate would be flexible and self motivated as the role covers a variety of tasks including but not limited to: - Greeting and serving customers (able to confidently offer recommendations) - Ensuring shop floor shelves and all areas of shop are kept clean & tidy - Making coffees to a high standard - Cashing up at the end of the day - Assisting with the promotion of our events  - Booking in...

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Matson Taylor's Comedy Classics

Matson Taylor's Comedy Classics

"We’re in her head. We feel her pain. And we laugh. We laugh a lot." Author Matson Taylor shares his favourite funny reads.

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The Endless Fortune of Ify Adenuga

The Endless Fortune of Ify Adenuga

"I am proud to be a woman, Black, African and part of the diaspora and most of all I am proud to never be afraid to just be me."

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Author Judith Eagle on Childhood Reading

Author Judith Eagle on Childhood Reading

"Now I’m grown up and an author myself, my goal is to imbue the stories I write with the spirit of the books I loved as a child. Without reading, there is no writing."

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