House With No Name Weekly Digest: From tooth fairy inflation to a new murder mystery by PD James

Published by Emma Lee-Potter in on Saturday 12th November 2011

Every Saturday the House With No Name blog features some of the highlights of the week. The picture above, by the way, is the cover of Lauren Kate’s eagerly-awaited novel, Fallen in Love, which will be published in January 2012. If the gorgeous jacket is anything to go by, her legions of fans are in for a treat.

House With No Name on tooth fairy inflation: How much does the tooth fairy pay at your house?
House With No Name on Liz Jones: Columnist is unfair to slate hard-working young women
House With No Name Education: What 21st century teaching is all about
House With No Name Book Review: PD James’s Death Comes to Pemberley
House With No Name Film Review: Page One: Inside the New York Times

PS: Twelve days into the National Blog Posting Month challenge and I’m battling on. A friend asked me why I was doing it, and for the life of me, I can’t remember!

4 comments so far

  • Bizarre isn’t it – I think most of us aren’t quite sure why we’re doing it (NaBloPoMo)… but we’re soldiering on all the same 😉 You’re right, great book cover! I’m not one of the legions of fans, but I might have to become one, based on that cover!

  • Your comment made me feel so much better, Fiona. At least I’m not the only one who doesn’t know what possessed me! Good luck!

  • I’ve had an enforced break due to blogger locking me out since Tuesday, how frustrating has that been! (but I’m back now!).

    I have no idea either. As a pretty prolific blogger I thought it would be easy but it’s different when you’ve signed up to do it.

    Best thing about it? Finding some great new blogs.

    Worst thing? Trying desperately not to talk too much drivel (but then I thought, why break the habit of a lifetime:)

  • I agree. It’s great to discover some new blogs, but hard to think of new things to write about. Thanks for commenting, Sarah. It makes me feel better to know other bloggers are finding it hard too!

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