Learn to love yourself
How does the thought of having your picture taken naked, or even in your underwear make you feel? Nervous? Scared? Embarrassed?
Whether you’re a fan of the current
A Beginner’s Guide To The Windy City
Ever wondered who the person next to you on the plane really is?
In Adele Parks’ new novel, The State We’re In, a flight from London to Chicago mar
Bright Young Things
The 1930s are back with an achingly stylish bang.
Five Guilty Pleasures no-one should feel bad about
Matt Tebbutt’s new cook book Guilty Pleasures is all about embracing your favourite foodie indulgences.
5 iPhone Apps That Will Change Your Life
Kiss Me First by new author Lottie Moggach explores the potential dark side of our obsession with social media and virtual worlds, but it also show
The Dark Side of Brighton
Who knew that the town that bought us The Laines, Brighton Pavilion and the pier could have a dark side? Peter James, author of the Roy Grace series, seemed to hav
From one of Liverpool’s most famous and evocative writers, comes A Liverpool Song .
A Modern Day Guide To Celebrity
In the age of reality TV, WAGS and The Sidebar of Shame, how do you negotiate the well-trod path of modern celebrity? Victoria Fox’s latest book Wicked Am
Love Is A Thief may be the tale of a woman – Kate Winters – chasing after all the things love stole from her when she finds herself dumped at 30, but it was Jenny Sull
A Vintage Year
For unadulterated glamour, check out Liza Klaussmann’s Tigers In Red Weather, a book that charts the lives of two cousins as they spend their summers in their family home o
How Baking Became the Great British pastime
The Great British Bake off has become a National Institution, joining Gordon the Gopher and The Queen in our collection affections.