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Events & Bookings
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Book Reviews or PR Requests
I do occasionally review books but I’m no longer accepting unsolicited book reviews or PR requests. It’s more out of guilt for the towering stack of unreviewed books sitting beside me right now than anything else.
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Get in Touch
I do ask for your grace and understanding when it comes to replies – some weeks or seasons are busier than others, but I promise I read every single word, even if a reply is shorter in length or longer in arriving than I’d prefer. Thank you.
I cannot respond to PR pitches at this time. I’m not accepting unsolicited book reviews.
Where did you get your glasses?
They’re Derek Cardigan frames in brown tortoiseshell and I got them at Clearly Contacts.
Why do you start all of your posts with “In which….”?
Because I’m terrible at titles. Years ago, when I started blogging in the dark ages, I started using the phrase “In which” to start my posts simply because I was crap at making up titles. I was inspired by A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh books. Eventually I stopped.
Why does the feed for your site say “emerging mummy” on it?
Emerging Mummy was the original name of this blog and so you see that title crop up now and then in the tech side of things. Don’t worry – it’s still me.