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Suzannah Lipscomb

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Suzannah Lipscomb is a British historian, academic and television presenter who has written and appeared in a number of television and radio programmes about British history.
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What Mothers Do
Especially When It Looks Like Nothing
Naomi Stadlen - Aug 01, 2005
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'I wish I'd had this book years ago - to show to bosses who didn't understand, to friends who couldn't grasp why I was permanently tired, and even to myself - to know that I wasn't the only one who wished for an extra eight hours in the day.' Anne Diamond, television presenter, mother. 'Naomi Stadlen writes with understanding, deep insight and humo...
Suzannah Lipscomb
Jul 24, 2020
@CuratorPolly In this phase, kindness to yourself is all. And belief in the importance of what you’re doing is crucial too. (There’s a book by Naomi Stadlen called ‘What Mothers Do: especially when it looks like nothing’ that I recommend.)     source
Home Fire
A Novel
Kamila Shamsie - Sep 04, 2018 (first published in 2017)
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WINNER OF THE 2018 WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTIONLONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE The suspenseful and heartbreaking story of an immigrant family driven to pit love against loyalty, with devastating consequencesIsma is free. After years of watching out for her younger siblings in the wake of their mother's death, she's accepted an invitation from a me...
Suzannah Lipscomb
Jul 21, 2018
@RachMFarrow @AmandaPCraig Please keep reading history books! But this is a great novel. Read this and Kamla Shamsie’s Home Fire to get back into fiction.     source
Lie Of The Land
Amanda Craig - Jan 01, 2018 (first published in 2017)
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Quentin and Lottie Bredin, like many modern couples, can't afford to divorce. Having lost their jobs in the recession, they can't afford to go on living in London; instead, they must downsize and move their three children to a house in a remote part of Devon. Arrogant and adulterous, Quentin can't understand why Lottie is so angry; devastated and h...
Suzannah Lipscomb
Jul 21, 2018
@RachMFarrow @AmandaPCraig Please keep reading history books! But this is a great novel. Read this and Kamla Shamsie’s Home Fire to get back into fiction.     source