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Lifestyle

Love drops in

SCANNING the synopsis and glowing reviews listed on the back and inside cover of Amy Jenkin#8217;s latest novel, Funny Valentine, you get the impression that this is going to be another witty and quirky account of a woman.

Lifestyle

Pointed social comment

WHEN he was a young lad, Jack Sprat, the white sheep in a family of criminals, lived on a council estate in a house numbered 10.

Lifestyle

A life less safe

THE latest reads on the shelves.

Lifestyle

A poet's digressions

What makes a poet tick? MASJALIZA HAMZAH tries to pin down the elusive Salleh Ben Joned, whose 'Sajak-sajak Salleh/Poems Sacred and Profane' was recently reissued, and finds a man both mundane and profound.

Lifestyle

Unflinching collection

POEMS SACRED AND PROFANE - Review by ALIA ANREEN

Lifestyle

Here's Lizzie

By DAPHNE LEE

Lifestyle

The saving grace

THE MAGIC SAFE: A Journey to Financial Freedom - Review by ELIZABETH TAI

Business

The gift of the gab

Book review by: HAN AI LEEN Title: The Charisma Effect #8211; How to Captivate an Audience and Deliver a Winning Message. Author: Desmond Guilfoyle. Publisher: McGraw-Hill.

Lifestyle

All that you can bake

PROBABLY over a decade ago, when Sponge Cake Bread came about, it was a hot item. People were lapping it up, anxious to try what a cross between a cake and a bread tasted like.

Letters

More casualties from unhealthy competition

The Nanyang Press Group has cautioned that unhealthy competition among Chinese newspapers may result in more casualties in the fiercely competitive market, which has already seen the collapse of four of the nine Chinese dailies since the 1980s.