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Ruby Wax
Ruby Wax advises us to steer clear of making any life-altering New Year's resolutions, and explains why such wishful thinking can be more unhelpful in the long run. Prepare yourself for change, but avoid kicking habits just because the date is different.
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The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock
The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock
Read the opening of one of the most hotly anticipated debuts of 2018, before it’s even released. The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock is a glittering Georgian tale of curiosity, love and obsession. 
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  Put your best foot forward  
A Monk's Guide
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Four Pillar Plan
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The Shed Method
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Franz Kafka
Read by Benedict Cumberbatch
Tune in to this exclusive audio clip of the famous story of man-turned-insect, and buy the full audiobook here.
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In Shock
In Shock
This heart-rending account sees an intensive care doctor battling for her life, and experiencing first-hand the disconnection between doctor and patient. A must-read if you liked When Breath Becomes Air
The Girl in the Tower 
The Girl in the Tower 
Deliciously dark and every bit as dazzling as The Bear and the Nightingale, the sequel sees Vasya being forced to choose between marriage or a convent. But instead, she chooses magic...lucky for us readers.
  How to write a novel in four steps  
By A.L. Kennedy
1. Plan. Really. You wouldn’t stand up to speak to an audience of complete strangers for an hour without knowing what you were going to say and why. If you read your novel aloud...
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Win a Casper mattress
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  Nature writing  
The January Man
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The Almanac
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The Company of Swans
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‘A beguiling tale of young friendship, disappearance and loss during one ice-encrusted Norwegian winter.’
Claire at Penguin
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  Books making a splash this year  
Ready Player One
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Darkest Hour
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Chalk Man
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  “It is never too late
to be what you might have been.”
  George Eliot
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