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September PublishingTuesday, November 14th, 2017 at 7:36pm
It's wonderful how simple objects found in our homes can tell us so much about our family histories, and we love the way that Molly Hatch has explored her own family heirlooms in A Passion for China.

This little book is a lovingly-crafted look at china and ceramics through the ages, filled with stunning illustrations throughout.

Just one week until it's out in the USA: https://www.amazon.com/Passion-China-Little-About-Objects/dp/1910463337/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1507652788&sr=8-1&keywords=a+passion+for+china
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September PublishingTuesday, November 14th, 2017 at 2:29pm
We love this review from Watford Observer on our spooky short story collection, Eight Ghosts: "They build a sense of dread so powerful that I almost didn’t want to keep reading... These brilliantly written and fantastically creepy tales are a must for ghost story fans. Guaranteed to send a chill down your spine."
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September Publishing shared Molly Hatch's video.Monday, November 13th, 2017 at 11:59am
Wonderful to see Molly Hatch's workshop at the V&A so busy.
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Still pinching myself after teaching a sold out workshop on Saturday at the @vamuseum in the ceramics area of the museum. So many lovely people attended! There was everything we needed, even down to my favorite Amaco underglazes! Next stop is at the @royalcollegeofart where I am working with the post-graduate students for the day! #howiamaco #amacobrent #surfacedecoration #ceramicssurface #pottery #designerlife
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September PublishingWednesday, November 8th, 2017 at 6:00pm
#WednesdayWisdom from Vincent Van Gogh: "If something in you yourself says 'you aren't a painter' - IT'S THEN THAT YOU SHOULD PAINT .."
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September Publishing shared Molly Hatch's photo.Monday, November 6th, 2017 at 10:00pm
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September PublishingSunday, November 5th, 2017 at 8:07pm
Over the last week I have been immersed in copyediting Sharon Blackie’s The Enchanted Life: Unlocking the Magic of the Everyday. It is a beautifully written book about finding the meaning, and the heart, in everything we do.
As when I worked on If Women Rose Rooted, Sharon's book again intertwines itself with my life away from my desk. On today's dog walk, stopping to observe the turning leaves, I was reminded of this quote from the book. Many struggle with the shrinking days, but Sharon offers a different - magical - perspective. Enjoy! ~ Charlotte
‘I love the long, dark half of the year. After summer solstice – the longest day of the year – something inside me shifts and settles as the hours of darkness begin gradually to grow. It’s not that I don’t appreciate summer: I do. I love it deeply, from the first rich flush of hawthorn blossoms to the last fading mauves of August heather. I love the green and the growing, the treasures of the hedgerows, and the always astonishing abundance of the land which surrounds me. It’s just that I love autumn and winter more. Something opens up in me then – something soft and deep and glowing – which is far too shy to expose itself to the inexhaustible light of summer.
'Unlike many of my friends, I welcome the season of the long dark – and not just because I happen to thrive on it, but because it is a real and necessary part of the year, and there is no sense in fighting it. The texture of our days alters with the seasons: our bodies are made that way. In winter, the slightest sense of hibernation presses down on us, and if we allow ourselves to, we can enjoy a deeper, more velvety sleep. There is a slowing down, a taking stock. A stasis, a moratorium on new projects, a long brewing in the dark cauldron of transformation, out of which who knows what will emerge in spring?’
(http://bit.ly/2j3uJQ1 http://amzn.to/2gYxrFt)