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A NOVEL APPROACH:
YVE’S MORNING BOOK CLUB

“My favourite place to read is sitting with my legs up on my sofa,” says elegantly dressed Yvette (Yve) Newbold reading out quotes from the novel, How to be Both by Ali Smith, that her book group are currently reading. Book clubs are a fashionable way to discuss ideas. Yve’s ...

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A CELLULOID LOVE LETTER

Love is All is an exquisite journey through the 20th century, exploring love and courtship in all of its shapes and sizes on the silver screen across decades of unprecedented social upheaval. A perfect gift for any film lover or to wrap up warm and romance through a whirlwind of ...

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ZIPPO’S HANDY WARMER

Warm your hands quickly, even on the coldest of days with the Hand Warmer from Zippo. This compact hand warmer produces more than 10 times as much heat as most disposable warmers, allowing you to stay warm for longer. Initially designed for hunters, we’ve found it works equally as well ...

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SPEAK THE DUOLINGO

If you long to speak another language, you’re certainly not alone. Around 70 million people worldwide have already signed up to Duolingo, a free app that helps users learn a foreign language at their own pace. All you need to get started is a personal computer, tablet or smartphone with ...

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YVE’S BOOK REVIEW

Published in 1992, Miss Smilla’s Feeling for Snow by Danish writer Peter Hoeg rapidly reached the top of the charts and was arguably a forerunner of the Nordic noir genre of literature and film. The novel is dense and complex: love story, thriller and murder mystery. Its heroine, Smilla, is ...

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