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The Power by Naomi Alderman

Winner of the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, The Power is undeniably clever and thought-provoking, holding a mirror to entrenched sexual hierarchies and cruelties still prevalent in our modern world by presenting an alternative reality.

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Turning pages and changing lives: furnishing prisoners with employability skills

The Shannon Trust’s Turning Pages programme was started 20 years ago, pairing struggling readers with mentors – usually fellow inmates – with the aim of improving their reading skills as part of their rehabilitation in prison.

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The Blade Artist, by Irvine Welsh

The Blade Artist is short and fast-paced, employing a more linear plot than some of Welsh’s previous books. However, it’s also peppered with glimpses of Begbie’s childhood which gives the reader supplemental information about his adolescence.

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Cake sale for Cystic Fibrosis Trust

From Wednesday 21 June to Friday 23 June we hosted our first cake sale to support CF Week 2017 and raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust at The Sidewalk café in Caldecote. Over 2 million people in the UK carry the faulty gene that causes cystic fibrosis, which makes it […]

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Ladybirds Books

“Thanks very much for your work on this – we’ve found the layouts very clean and the process very smooth.”

Kate Heald, Publisher

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The Sellout, by Paul Beatty

Paul Beatty’s biting satire of a supposedly post-racial America will make you laugh (and wince) in the way that all successful comedians do – by presenting you with the truth. It tackles contemporary issues of race in America by challenging stereotypes in a nuanced way.

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The secrets of a successful outsourcing relationship

Having attended the London Book Fair in March, we couldn’t agree more with this year’s Fair being described as “upbeat” and “positive”. As in previous years, at the Fair we had our habitual combination of meetings, networking events and seminar attendance. But there was one particular meeting with a potential customer that stood out for us.

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Inspired by the written world

At CPM we get many work experience requests and love having new people in the office eager to learn. Over the Easter holidays, we’ve had English Literature student, Ellen Northrop, undertaking a work placement with us before she finishes her degree in the summer. Here she tells us about her experience and highlights during her time with us.

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Our new website is finally here!

After months of planning, we’re delighted to announce the launch of our new website! Designed with our customers in mind and it reflects the look and feel of our company.

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The perks of working in a small publishing services company

Working in a small publishing services company has presented me with so many opportunities and responsibilities that I may not have been given at a larger company. After only a few months at the company, I was managing projects, liaising with clients and carrying out substantial copyedits of content.

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