Join Lottie in the sequel to The Little Theatre on the Seafront for another perfectly heartwarming read!Readers LOVE Katie Ginger‘the perfect read for a lazy Sunday afternoon’‘You’ll belly laugh, you’ll feel a bit mushy, and if you’re like me, you’ll shed an emotional tear of two’‘What a funny fantastic love story’‘Absolutely loved this book. Couldn't put it down.’‘has to be one of my top ten books of 2018. I loved everything about the book’
Nigel Slater’s Eat was one of his bestselling and most popular books ever. Now he has written GreenFeast, the green follow-up to Eat, packed full of short, doable and fast vegetable recipes that are usefully divided into In the frying pan, In the hand, On the hob and Puddings. The GreenFeast recipes are for those who want easy recipes for eating more vegetable dishes throughout the week and there will be suggestions for changing up each recipe, as well as lists and lists of quick ideas. GreenFeast is split into two volumes: GreenFeast: spring summer (coming in May 2019) and GreenFeast: autumn winter (which will be published in September 2019). This is exactly the food everyone wants to eat now, in the style everyone loved in Eat, all told in Nigel’s warm and unique signature style.
Harold Fry meets Brief Encounters in this charming and poignant debut.‘She’s why you’re going to Edinburgh, isn’t she? I knew there must be a reason why you had to be on this train!’Henry blinked. He hoped he hadn’t come across from the outset as some sort of eccentric old fool.He took a breath. Felt the words gathering inside him. ‘Yes,’ he replied, ‘it’s all part of the story. A small story, perhaps, but it’s my story. One that’s shaped my world for the last sixty-five years.’Henry Applebee isn’t as young as he used to be. He’s also alone, and in love. After decades of searching, he boards a train from London to Edinburgh to find the woman he can’t forget, the woman he spent a fleeting weekend with fifty years before.His objective is simple: to make amends for a terrible mistake…But when Henry crosses paths with Ariel, a teenager from Wales, also bound to Edinburgh to fulfil her mother’s dying wish, his well-meaning quest takes an unexpected turn.
A funny, fully-illustrated guide to the thorny world of modern dating – the perfect Christmas stocking filler.From ghosting to catfishing, breadcrumbing to orbiting…As if finding ‘the one’ wasn’t hard enough, the world of app dating has brought with it a whole host of new pitfalls.Now, Lucy Baker is here to save the day. Taking us from setting up your profile to what not to say on the first date, this is everything you need to know to turn those swipes from the left to the right.
A touching horse story from master storyteller, Stacy Gregg – a tale of survivors and the things we have to reconcile ourselves with when others are left behind…When Maya stumbles across a beautiful white stallion in Berlin, little does she know that life will change forever. Lonely and missing her own family, she befriends Zofia, an older Polish lady. After much convincing, Zofia decides to teach Maya how to ride. As the time draws near for Maya to compete in the Longines Grand Prix, so too does the backstory of what happened to Zofia and her own stallion as a child in war-torn Poland.
Part Three of the charming new series from the author of The Canal Boat Cafe. Perfect for cake lovers and old-fashioned romantics!‘Captivating’ Heat Magazine‘Beautiful… heartwarming’ Zara Stoneley‘A wonderful ray of reading sunshine’ Heidi SwainCharlie’s toughest technical challenge yet…Now that Charlie’s Cornish Cream Tea bus has taken off, everything should be going swimmingly – the locals love her baking, Marmite adores getting his paws wet in the crystal-clear sea at Porthgolow beach, but Charlie has manged to get on the wrong side of the mercurial owner of The Porthgolow Hotel, Daniel Harper. He wants her to pack up her doillies and pastry cutters and take her bus elsewhere, but can Charlie convince him that they have just got off on the wrong foot and that her bus could be the start of something wonderful for the little village?
Readers LOVE Anne Doughty:‘I love all the books from this author’‘beautifully written’‘would recommend to everyone’‘Fabulous story, couldn't put it down!’‘Looking forward to the next one.’Prepare to be spirited away to rural Ireland in this stunning new saga from Anne Doughty.
You are cordially invited to play a game…Tuesday Mooney loves a puzzle. So when an eccentric billionaire drops dead, leaving behind a fiendish treasure hunt – open to anyone – to his fortune, Tuesday can’t resist.Although she works best alone, she soon finds herself partnering up with best friend Dex (money manager by day, karaoke-terrorist by night) and the mysterious Nathanial Arches, eldest son of a wealthy family who held a long-running feud with the dead man.As the clues are solved, excitement across the city reaches fever pitch – but nothing is as it seems, and the puzzle-within-a-puzzle holds something much darker than a vast fortune at its heart…
Aimed at the practised beginner, this inspirational guide will show how to achieve successful sketches using pencil and watercolour in just 30 minutes – ideal for the busy amateur artist.Many people think they don't have enough time to sketch, but in this attractive guide Alwyn Crawshaw encourages quick and simple learning. By working with just a few materials, including both pencil and watercolour, and focusing on just the key techniques it is possible to make successful sketches in no more than half an hour. And for those artists who already have a little sketching experience, learning to work more quickly enables them to free up their style and sketch more spontaneously.With clear, easy-to-follow advice and ideas presented in a simple approachable way, this ebook provides a perfect introduction to sketching quickly and easily. Key features include, quick tips, handy checklists, practical projects, step-by-step exercises and half-hour demonstrations.