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The goddess of cleaning is back – and we are DELIGHTED.

Mrs Hinch is releasing a book FULL of her top tricks to having a spotless home.

Whether you're a clean freak or a messy betty – this bible of cleaning tips is set to teach you her secrets to achieve a sparkling home.


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Mrs Hinch aka Sophie Hinchliffee has an army of 1.4m cleaning junkies on Insta.

The book "Hinch Yourself Happy: All The Best Cleaning Tips To Shine Your Sink And Soothe Your Soul," is based off pictures she regularly posts to her social media account.

Her army, known as the Hinchers await her snaps of her pristine home and the tips, cleaning products and recommendations that she gives.


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Sophie announced the news of her book on Twitter and fans are already excited.

Some are even calling for her to launch a book tour.

Mrs Hinch tweeted: "Hinchers I’m hoome. ​And I’m only releasing a book aren’t I! Can you even believe it." 

"Mate I can’t. Thank you so much to you all my #hinchers. Because without you all this would never have been possible."

The cleaning guide won't be on sale until April 4, 2019 but if you're a fan of the cleaning guru, you can preorder the book on Amazon.

The tips and tricks will set you back a modest £12.99, which is a price I'd be willing to pay in order to try and tidy up my sh*t – sorry mum.

We are delighted for Mrs Hinch and can't wait to see what cleaning treats she has in store for us.


Holly Bourne captured the hearts of millions of young women with her gripping and honest YA novels. The writer is about to release her first adult novel and we are unbelievably excited about it.

How Do You Like Me Now? has been described as today’s answer to Bridget Jones. The story follows best-selling author Tori Bailey, whose self-help memoir has become a bible for women across the globe.

The author’s wise words may be worshipped by her readers, but Tori hasn’t been entirely honest with them. She is in an unhappy relationship and as friend after friend settles down, she worries that she will be left behind.

She’s about to turn thirty and the fear is slowly creeping in. “Turning thirty is like playing musical chairs. The music stops, and everyone just marries whoever they happen to be sitting on.”

Will Tori find the courage to follow her own path, or will she give into the pressures of society?

Holly’s debut adult novel is raw and a true breath of fresh air. Her brutally honest words about the pressure to settle down is a welcome tale in today’s society.

The pressures we face to achieve x,y and z by a certain age need to be left in the past. This refreshing and witty book about the reality of life in your thirties is a must-read for every woman out there.

Make sure to treat yourself to a copy of How Do You Like Me Now? on June 14.

How Do You Like Me Now? is published by Hodder & Stoughton and is available for pre-order here


She is known as the former wild-child who was seriously tamed by motherhood – but Snooki's latest transformation took bystanders by surprise in New York yesterday.

The 28-year-old, who has two small children with husband Jionni LaValle, was promoting her new book, Strong Is the New Sexy: A Kick Ass Memoir.

For the launch, she wore a purple wrap-dress and metallic sandals, and accessorised with a statement silver necklace.

Her hair had been cropped into a shoulder-length bob, and was dyed jet-black. She kept her makeup simple – save for a strong layer of bright red lipstick. 

Snooki's book maps how she moved away from alcohol-fuelled parties and "her steady diet of nachos" to lose 20lbs and become fitter and trimmer than ever.

The reality TV star, whose real name is Nicole Polizzi, also gives her "formula for fierce" and says she hopes to inspire readers to "tap their own deep wells of girl power".

She has previously written a book on pregnancy. 

Yesterday, Ms Polizzi also took to Instagram after some negative reponses to the release of her most recent publication.

"What I did 6 years ago at 21 doesn't define who I am today," she said. "Nor will I take sh** from a stranger who doesn't know who I am. 

"Rise above the hate, the judgmental people, and live the best, healthy positive life that you can. Of course you are going to be a drunk slob at some point in your life, but you grow older and wiser and learn what's important in life. 

"I've done that and my kids are my world. I work out, I'm a strong, happy mom and I want to show you that you can change and become a better person."