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Raymond Blanc’s Apple Crumble Cookies

RECIPES FROM THE LOST ORCHARDAPPLE CRUMBLE COOKIES Granny Smiths are good for this recipe. I have suggested rolling out the dough to make round biscuits, but if you want a chunkier, rustic-looking cookie, just divide […]

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Cosy up with our top book picks this Autumn

The days are getting darker, the weather is getting cooler, everyone is digging out their jumpers from the back of their wardrobes, but for us at Bookends that means the arrival of our favourite season […]

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Time to get cosy…

Now Autumn is in full swing, the nights are getting darker and we’re  (secretly) rather enjoying wearing jumpers again, it’s time to take a look at our cosy reads. There’s nothing better than snuggling down […]

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Read an extract of ‘Falling Leaves and Fireworks’ by Chrissie Manby

The Benson Edwards family meet a little black cat in this funny, feel-good autumnal novella.   Chapter One   Ronnie Benson, Mark Edwards and their toddler daughter, Sophie, had not long moved into their new […]

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Jo Thomas tells us how her love for the autumnal seaside inspired A RED SKY AT NIGHT

Well, the clocks have gone back. The evenings are darker and autumn is slowly but surely showing us her true colours – red, orange, yellow and gold. I love this time of year; love it! […]

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