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The Apprentice children’s book ‘Snottydink’ goes for sale on eBay

24 hours after the episode aired,several copies of the children’s book ‘Snottydink’ have gone on sale on the auction site eBay. 

Mr Darcy Returns

It’s been 11 years since the Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason and the moment we have all been waiting for has finally arrived- the return of Mr Mark Darcy, the character who has been capturing hearts on screen since the very first film stormed the charts way back in 2001.

After the first glimpse of Renée Zellweger in character as our favourite spinster Bridget Jones emerged last week, fans have been desperate to know of Colin Firth’s return as Mark Darcy, and with a spoiler courtesy of new character Patrick Dempsey through Twitter, the fans got the news that they eagerly awaited.

Looking ever so handsome (though a tad older, of course) Colin Firth was spotted for the first time on Thursday afternoon on the set of the third instalment of the popular movie franchise.

Though the script of Bridget Jones’ Baby is being kept oh so secret, it isn’t really hard to guess some of the storyline from the obvious title giveaway and the photographs from the film set that have released everywhere.

There’s no news as of yet on Patr


Man Booker International Super Award

Reported in The Guardian, one of the nation’s most respected literary award bodies, the Man Booker has announced that it will be awarding a new annual prize for foreign-language fiction for both writers and translators.

Books everyone should read: The Road by Cormac McCarthy

The Road (2006) is Cormac McCarthy’s tenth novel, and this, like his others, is bleak and savage, but brilliantly profound. McCarthy has previously explained how this novel, as it revolves entirely around the journey and relationship of a father and his son, was inspired by his own recent experiences as a parent. Set in a post apocalyptic America, where ash ...

Honour for Philip Larkin

Now set to join famous national poets such as William Wordsworth, TS Eliot and Ted Hughes, the now deceased Warwickshire poet Philip Larkin will have a commemorative stone unveiled in Westminster Abbey’s Poets’ Corner. The floor stone will be shown to the public for the first time on 2 December 2016 – 31 years after the poet’s death. Dean of ...

“Why not have a Year of Publishing Women”

Writing in The Guardian newspaper last Saturday, Kamila Shamsie (author of five novels and a work of non-fiction) challenged the literary world of readers, critics and publishers to acknowledge the under-representation of women in the upper echelons of popular literature.

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