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Claire Herbaux

As a travel fan, Claire, who was born in France, travelled to Bristol to complete her degree in Journalism. Since graduating, Claire has taken a post in Canada where she freelance travel writes and reviews books. Claire is an avid reader who once wrote about her reading journey. We are excited to have someone so passionate about reading to recommend up and coming must reads and highlight her own reading experience.

If it’s not on Instagram, did it even happen? Whether you are the type to post every meal and every mood or whether you keep your feed to the highlights...

Imagine being robbed of five years of your life and then getting a chance to take revenge on the person who destroyed your life. Would you take it?...

The story is beautifully written and that’s what drew me in and what stays with me after reading. I don’t usually read historic fiction and I dislike...

Bank holidays are great – or are they? Yes, we get some extra days off, but it seems it is never quite as relaxing as we think it will be. The beaches...

A 79-year-old takes on busy London life, while a millennial moves to a quiet little village and busies herself helping the elderly residents and planning...

The scene of the woman stepping out of her hotel, with a valet unloading eight perfectly matched suitcases and travel bags next to her… only looks good...

Social media – love it or hate it, we all have a relationship with it and it defines us to a point and especially in confinement, we may have rethought...

Pasta, mash, a jacket potato and Sunday roast – it is all getting a little repetitive isn’t it? Since lockdown, most of us have spent more time...

We never talk about the female orgasm. Let’s be honest, we don’t. Since we are all at home, in our private space, maybe now, it’s time. And the...

The Other Family is a story about families – or rather, the many facets of family. There is your biological family, your family on paper or adopted...

I was in two minds about this book, going from thinking it was telling me exactly what we needed to hear, to telling us things we already know, but in...

Schools are officially closing on Friday 20th March until further notice. While this is a necessary measure to contain the virus, it will take a toll...

Starting Monday 23rd March, there is no school until further notice. It is like a very long holiday and we all know how hard it is to keep children entertained...

We are uncertain, we are worried, we are anxious, and we are struggling to cope with the new restrictions. But talking helps! Imagine how your children...

A main character you can relate to, side characters you end up loving more than you thought you would, some humour, some sadness, some intrigue and some...

Topical, funny and user-friendly. Whether you are already trying to be green (beyond recycling correctly that is) or whether this is all new to you, there...

Merry Christmas! At this point, I usually suggest a cosy Christmas read to enjoy in front of the fire. But this year, the editorial team has decided to...

It’s freezing! You can argue about when the ‘Christmas season’ starts all you want, but we can all agree that it is cold and winter is...

“No place to go” is not a not about a soul searching experience, but rather about a place when you really need to go. In other words, when nature calls. If...

Hollie Overton’s third novel takes us to LA, where Ash lives with her foster mother Becca. Everything is going well except Ash has been lying to Becca:...

As summer comes to an end and squirrels show up again in our gardens looking for food, the days get shorter and temperatures colder, it feels as though...

October means one thing – Halloween! The last stop before the Christmas madness begins. Originally a very American tradition, it is becoming more and...

The summer is over… but you can make it last a little longer with the perfect summer read – the first of the Little Bridge Island series by Meg Cabot! “No...

Your wedding day is the most important day of your life and the honeymoon is one of the most important trips you will take. It is the first time you travel...

When is the last time you went away with the girls? Probably forever, because we never seem to have the time to organise something, schedules don’t match...

“I was born on 4 January 1972 on Alderney, one of the Channel Islands. My father was Patrick and he left when I was two years old. I raised myself from...