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The Iceberg: A Memoir
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Marion Coutts
 
Shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize and longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award. Beautifully written and full of unflinching truth, The Iceberg is a memoir which will leave an...
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Me Being Me is Exactly as Insane as...
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Todd Hasak-Lowy
 
A quirky, hilarious, poignant YA read - told entirely in lists! From talented debut writer, Todd Hasak-Lowy
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Can't and Won't
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Lydia Davis
 
With titles like 'A Story of Stolen Salamis', 'Letters to a Frozen Pea Manufacturer', 'A Small Story About a Small Box of Chocolates', and 'Can't and Won't', this title features...
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True Face: Be Real. Be Fearless. Be You!
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Siobhan Curham
 
We are living in the age of the image - the perfect image. From the constant bombardment of air-brushed photos, to the dubious lifestyle choices promoted by celebrities and the...
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