Novelist Rosa Rankin-Gee discusses six things which she thinks should be better known.
Rosa Rankin-Gee is the author of two novels: The Last Kings of Sark, which won Shakespeare & Company’s Paris Literary Prize, and Dreamland, set in a near-future Margate, which has just come out with Scribner. She once tried to stop Brexit with 600 croissants.
1. Insulated Mugs https://cheeki.com/blogs/news/8-reasons-to-buy-an-insulated-coffee-mug
2. The first signs of anaphylaxis https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/anaphylaxis/
3. Public Lending Right https://www.plr.uk.com/
4. The long history of Councils relocating families outside of London https://blog.shelter.org.uk/2017/01/exporting-homeless-families-is-it-legal-and-is-it-right/
5. Why rollerblading disappeared for 20 years https://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/what-the-heck-happened-rollerblading.htm
6. Electric blankets https://utterlyhome.com/benefits-of-using-an-electric-blanket/