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Friday Procrastination: Link Love

By Kirsty OUP-UK

Your Link Love is coming from the UK this week, so settle in and take a peek at what’s been catching my attention online recently…

Mills & Boon, the UK romantic novel publisher, is celebrating its centenary in 2008. The Guardian have done a great article taking a look back at their unique history.

Hurrah! AL Kennedy recently won the Costa Book Award for her novel Day. Here’s a great interview with her from The Sunday Times.

Q-Tips: A Cautionary Tale.

I am a loud and proud feminist. Imagine my joy, then, at this article from The Guardian on Random Acts of Feminism.

Mark over at The Book Depository flagged up this story about the Library of Congress recategorizing all Scottish fiction as, er, English. The Scots were Not Amused.

Still at a loose end? This is infuriatingly addictive.

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One Response to “Friday Procrastination: Link Love”
  1. FezNJ says:

    Love the “infuriatingly addictive” link. Great good fun for a Friday.

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