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Month: November 2018

Farewell, Netflix Daredevil

Contains mild, mild spoilers Overnight comes the desperate news that Netflix have cancelled the fourth season of Marvel’s Daredevil. After the cancellation of Luke Cage and Iron Fist it should come as no surprise, but to many of us Daredevil was by far the strongest of the four franchises of the Marvel Netflix Universe. Its […]

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Related Categories: Comics, Hodderscape Posts, News

The positive power of negative emotions

As we prepare to spend the festive period surrounded by family and friends and immersed in laughter and love, it is a good time to reflect on the loneliness that can arise in our relatives’ absence. Technology, in connecting us closer to each other and simultaneously pushing us further apart, is a key factor in […]

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Related Categories: How to Posts, Mindfulness

Roast Plum Pavlova from Borough Market

British plums tend to be found at the likes of Jock Stark & Son’s stall in August and September, so really they’re both a summer and autumn market fruit. Finding the correct season in which to pigeon-hole plums, though, is less important than recognising that they make a very fine pavlova topping. Here they are […]

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Every photo is a balancing act

A fundamental part of composition, balance is arranging the elements of the frame such that tension is both created and resolved. Balance is not about things being exactly the same in some scientific sense: that is veering into the idea of symmetry. You are not necessarily aiming for perfect and literal equality in every section […]

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Related Categories: Ilex Posts, Photography

Hodderscape Reviews… Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

We couldn’t decide who should write the review so we decided that a one-off discussion would be perfect!   WARNING: THIS POST AND THE RECORDING CONTAINS SPOILERS!   In our audio review, we deep dive into a range of questions like… WHO IS AURELIUS DUMBLEDORE?! (And how is this even possible?) Who is Credence then […]

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Related Categories: Fantasy, Film, Fun Stuff, Hodderscape Posts, Review

Who’s the trickiest person to buy for on your Christmas list? Graham Norton, Joanna Bolouri, Jo Thomas and Joanna Nell fill us in!

From difficult dads, to best friends who already have everything – we all have someone on our Christmas present list who is impossible to buy for. Luckily, some of our fabulous authors are here to share the trickiest names on their lists… and offer up some much-needed Christmas gifting inspiration!   Graham Norton, author of A […]

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Related Categories: Bookends News

December by Lia Leendertz

THE KITCHEN Cheese of the month – Beauvale Stilton is a winter cheese, and this is the same for Beauvale, a creamy, naturally spreadable Stilton made by traditional Stilton makers Cropwell Bishop in Nottinghamshire. The reason for the timing is the quality of the milk. In August and September the cows have been out all […]

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Related Categories: Cookbook Confidential

Read an extract from Friends like These: the unmissable new psychological thriller

Read an exclusive Friends like These extract: as addictive as Friend Request, as gripping as The Girl Before. Lizzie hasn’t thought much about Becca since the accident. She remembers the blood though. She can see how you wouldn’t be the same again after something like that. No one was surprised when Becca didn’t come back to […]

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Related Categories: Bookends News

Announcing Joe Abercrombie’s Landmark New Trilogy!

Gollancz is delighted to announce the acquisition of an exceptional new trilogy from award-winning Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author Joe Abercrombie. Described as ‘Les Miserables meets Game of Thrones’ this is a landmark trilogy from one of the best and brightest fantasy writers working today. A return to his bestselling First Law […]

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Related Categories: Authors, Fantasy, Gollancz News, Joe Abercrombie

The science of conversation

How often is it that we stop to consider the inspiration, meaning and consequences of the words that come out of our mouths? How often do we consider the way our spoken language shapes and influences what we think and how we feel? And how often do we admit to ourselves that although our everyday […]

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Which book is top of your wishlist? Erin Kelly, Holly Bourne, Jill Mansell & Beth Good tell us what they’re coveting this Christmas

Black Friday has been and gone, and we’re in full swing curating our Christmas list. In this latest blog post, authors Erin Kelly, Holly Bourne, Jill Mansell and Beth Good tell us what book is top of their list! Erin Kelly, author of  He Said/She Said I can’t resist a cookbook and I’ve heard great […]

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Related Categories: Bookends News

Context is everything

How do you know whether the person you’ve photographed in a white coat is a doctor, a scientist, or an artist? You don’t, unless you add a layer of context. An operating theatre, a set of bubbling beakers, or a fist full of paintbrushes—these details don’t tell the whole story, but they do help add […]

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Related Categories: Ilex Posts, Photography

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