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Charlotte Farmer
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I Got 99 Problems but a Stitch Ain't One

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Stoner Mug Cakes

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Mix your ingredients in a mug, then cook in your microwave for a delicious space cake. Even a stoner can do it and before you can say 'pass the spliff' your cake is cooked and ready to blow your mind.25 recipes for the least hassle when you want a delicious cake for getting baked. With a quirky design and full-colour photography throughout, give yourself the munchies (in every sense) with this ultimate guide to mug cakes for stoners.

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Kittens For When Sh*t Happens

Trevor Davies
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Trevor Davies

Celia Haddon

Celia Haddon was the Daily Telegraph pet agony aunt whose knowledgeable yet sentimental column delighted cat lovers. She has sold somewhere between one to two million books and is an author recognised by bookshops and the general public. Her manual One Hundred Ways for a Cat to Train Its Human has sold more than a quarter of a million copies so far and her One Hundred Secret Thoughts Cats have about their Humans has sold 147,000. Her first narrative book - Tilly: The Ugliest Cat in the Shelter - sold in excess of 18,000 copies in the UK Trade.A cat behaviour practitioner with the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology, she has a B.Sc. in applied animal behaviour.

Charlotte Farmer

Charlotte Farmer graduated from Central St Martin's in London in 2006 with an MA in Communication Design. She has been working freelance ever since, writing, drawing and designing, but mostly illustrating for a variety of clients. Her work also features on hip homeware products for New House Textiles. Her first humourous book for Ilex, The Hipster Colouring Book, was swiftly followed by The Passive-Aggressive Colouring Book, the perfect antidote to modern life.

Dane Noon

A worthy supporter of the marijuana cause since high tops were in fashion, Dane is an avid chef with a love of music and enjoys nothing more than taking his followers on a journey through mouth and mind. He wants to invade Guernsey.

Genevieve Brading

Genevieve Brading is an experienced cross-stitcher and the brains behind Floss & Mischief, an online emporium of all things needlework.

Gray Joliffe

Gray Joliffe started his career as an advertising copywriter but became a cartoonist and illustrator in 1986, working on such titles as One Man and His Bog. His Up and Running cartoon has appeared in the Daily Mail since 1997 - the same year that Gray was voted Cartoonist of the Year - though he is most well-known for his illustrations in the Wicked Willie books, which have sold over 5 million copies worldwide.Location: Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Gwen Bailey

Gwen Bailey was the Head of Animal Behaviour for The Blue Cross, one of Britain's foremost animal welfare charities, for many years and also spent 15 years as Chairman of The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. As well as lecturing at national and international conferences, Gwen also runs training courses for staff at animal charities around the world and is the owner of The Puppy School, establishing a network of professional, well-trained tutors across the UK. She is the author of several dog-training titles including Puppy School, What is my Dog Thinking?, The Rescue Dog and Choosing the Right Dog for You, all published by Hamlyn.

Jason Ford

Jason Ford's lifelong obsession with comic books and French 'Bande Dessinee' informs the line work within his images. His illustrations have been featured in Esquire, The Economist, The New York Times, Nickelodeon and The Guardian. He lives in London.

Jonathan Pugh

Jonathan Pugh first studied law -- which presented him with hours of doodling practice. After a brief stint as an art teacher, he began his career as a freelance cartoonist in 1987.In January 2010 he joined the Daily Mail as their daily pocket cartoonist after nearly fifteen years at The Times. He was voted the Cartoon Art Trust Pocket Cartoonist of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2007 and was the British Press Awards Cartoonist of the Year in 2001.As well as illustrating several books, his work has also appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer, Private Eye, Country Life and The Spectator. His work also appears weekly in The Tablet.

Killian Fox

Killian Fox grew up in northwest Ireland and livesin London. He is the editor and co-founder of The Gannet, which acts as a conduit for his shameless nosiness about other people's eating habits. A regular contributor to the Observer Food Monthly, he has also written for the Guardian, The Times and the New Statesman, covering music, film, literature, travel and technology as well as food. He'd call himself an omnivore were it not for a lingering fear of boiled eggs.

Michael Powell

Michael Powell studied English Language and Literature at Manchester University before spending three years at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, training to be an actor. He then spent five years as an internationally unknown professional actor and musical director. In 1996, Michael entered publishing and became assistant editor at BCA for two years. In 2001, Michael became a freelance writer and editor. Since then, he has established a reputation for writing a wide range of books for adults and children.

Rebecca Hall

Rebecca Hall is a prolific author who is well known for her warm, funny and heartfelt books of inspiration. She has also authored 1000 Reasons I Love You and 1000 Reasons You're the Perfect Dad.

Robyn Neild

Robyn Neild is a freelance illustrator. She has worked with fashion designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Patrick Cox, and has contributed artwork to numerous magazines ranging from Vogue and Elle, to Harpers & Queen.

Royston Weeksz OBE, FRSA

Royston Weeks was born in Dagenham and ran away as quickly as possible. He attended the Slade School of Art and in 1966 became Director of the Pretentious Gallery, Soho. He has been a noted TV art critic since the early 1980s, presenting acclaimed series including Splat! How To Comprehend Incomprehensible Art (1986) and All Balls - A Critic's Guide to Contemporary Art Criticism (1993).

Trevor Prideaux

Trevor was born in Lynton, North Devon where he was the youngest son of nine siblings. He was thrown out of Sunday School at the age of 9 for refusing to sing All Things Bright and Beautiful when it was pissing down outside. Trevor moved to Wedmore, Somerset in 1995. He is the founder the Turnip Prize and various other events in the village. Trevor lives with his partner Amanda and has a son Radford.