By Liz Earle
Liz Earle demysifies the science of skincare and shows you how to maintain a healthy, fresh, glowing complexion with a simple and natural skin regime and a special nutrient-rich diet.Bestselling beauty and wellbeing writer Liz Earle's fully revised and updated quick guide to maintaining healthy, fresh and glowing skin, including: - The science behind skin ageing and the effects of sun damage- The most effective daily skincare regimes for your skin type- Tips on how to buy the best value products- Advice on the best foods to nourish your skin from the inside out - Natural skincare remedies to make at home, and a guide to professional treatments
The Year of the Ladybird
By Graham Joyce
A ghost story with a difference from the WORLD FANTASY and multiple BRITISH FANTASY AWARD-winning author of SOME KIND OF FAIRY TALEIt is the summer of 1976, the hottest since records began and a young man leaves behind his student days and learns how to grow up. A first job in a holiday camp beckons. But with political and racial tensions simmering under the cloudless summer skies there is not much fun to be had.And soon there is a terrible price to be paid for his new found freedom and independence. A price that will come back to haunt him, even in the bright sunlight of summer.As with SOME KIND OF FAIRY TALE, Graham Joyce has crafted a deceptively simple tale of great power. With beautiful prose, wonderful characters and a perfect evocation of time and place this is a novel that transcends the boundaries between the everyday and the supernatural while celebrating the power of both.
By F.M. Busby
Rissa breathes a sigh of relief as the ship lifts off. It seems she's escaped danger, and no one has recognized the scientifically altered being as the beautiful young heir to the Hilzein Establishment - or so it seems. Possessing the only force capable of challenging the tyranny that devastated the Earth and Universe, Rissa can do almost anything - then again, almost anything can happen to her while she's doing it.
Yellow Blue Tibia
By Adam Roberts
Russia, 1946, the Nazis recently defeated. Stalin gathers half a dozen of the top Soviet science fiction authors in a dacha in the countryside somewhere. Convinced that the defeat of America is only a few years away, and equally convinced that the Soviet Union needs a massive external threat to hold it together, to give it purpose and direction, he tells the writers: 'I want you to concoct a story about aliens poised to invade earth ... I want it to be massively detailed, and completely believable. If you need props and evidence to back it up, then we can create them. But when America is defeated, your story must be so convincing that the whole population of Soviet Russia believes in it - the population of the whole world!' The little group of writers gets down to the task and spends months working on it. But then new orders come from Moscow: they are told to drop the project; Stalin has changed his mind; forget everything about it. So they do. They get on with their lives in their various ways; some of them survive the remainder of Stalin's rule, the changes of the 50s and 60s. And then, in the aftermath of Chernobyl, the survivors gather again, because something strange has started to happen. The story they invented in 1946 is starting to come true ...A typically mind-blowing SF novel from one of the genre's literary stars.
Yoga For Your LIfe
By Margaret D Pierce
A practical, fully illustrated guideThe book captures the spirit of yoga for the Western lifestyle8 special programmes with 8 progressive easy-to-follow instructions
Yoga For Beginners
By Harry Waesse