Celebrate Mothering Sunday with some traditional ‘mum-knows-best’ philosophy thanks to this month’s Book Club choice
If you are looking for the perfect treat for mum this Mother’s Day wander down to the Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street Hotel in Central London. Not only can you treat your mum to a well-deserved gourmet meal and luxurious overnight stay, but hotel guests are invited to pick up a complimentary copy of the lovely ‘The Girl’s Guide to Homemaking’ courtesy of Pan Macmillan and the hotel’s monthly Book Club.
Whether you’re looking for a cultural day out to the British Museum, a shopping spree around London’s West End, or a trip down to Theatre Land to watch the latest musical, this luxury London hotel has something to offer everyone. Why not book yourself into one of the Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Street’s stunning suites (completely with free-standing bathtub) for a bit of added luxury, or if you fancy catching a few Spring rays, then why not dine al fresco at the hotel’s sumptuous restaurant?
About Our March Book Of The Month
Within the pages of ‘The Girl’s Guide to Homemaking’ Juliet, our heroine, is on a mission to have the perfect home.
But on the first night with her boyfriend in their new flat, Juliet discovers that Simon has been sleeping with her best friend. After growing up in a dysfunctional family with secrets that haunt her, there's no way she is prepared to build her nest on a broken branch.
Heartbroken and seeking an escape from her troubles, Juliet retreats into the comforting world of her grandmother's 1950s homemaking manuals, discovering tips like 'put a ribbon in your hair to brighten your husband's day' and though Juliet knows that won’t get her anywhere, she discovers that craft and homemaking are back in style.
The Girls’ Guide to Homemaking is a fresh new style of chick lit which taps into the heart of the burgeoning make-do-and-mend movement and vintage fashion explosion. The perfect book for mothers and daughters to enjoy together this Mother’s day; why not pop in for a Sunday lunch and then curl up in the cosy book snug and get lost in Juliet’s world.