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January Cookbooks

Posted by Zoe E on 26th Jan 2021

January Cookbooks

We’ve been trialling some of the cookbooks released this month, so we can tell you all about them!The Meal Prep King Cookbook [9780241453124]Created as a hassle-free guide to save both your time and to help you lose weight, The Meal Prep King Cookbook has 80 recipes and lots of handy tips on how to store,…

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​Q&A with C.K. McDonnell, Author of The Stranger Times

Posted by Lucy H on 22nd Jan 2021

​Q&A with C.K. McDonnell, Author of The Stranger Times

Firstly, this book has been a real highlight of a very miserable year so far, so thank you for that! It has the feel of an absolute classic in the making.Did you start this book with a view to beginning a whole new series, or did that decision happen once you’d created The Stranger Times world?I knew very early on it would be a serie…

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Posted by Lucy H on 18th Jan 2021

New Debut Fiction for 2021

We’ve got some fantastic debut fiction lined up for the next couple of months, and here are a few of our top choices:The Stranger Times [9781787633353] A Manchester-set modern magical fantasy which is also a police procedural whodunnit (or whatdunnit) with the world of journalism making a strong showing.You’ll be enthralled by the ecle…

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​Q&A with Suzanne Alderson, Author of Never Let Go

Posted by Lucy H on 4th Dec 2020

​Q&A with Suzanne Alderson, Author of Never Let Go

Your book will resonate with a huge number of people. What was the inspiration for you to start writing it?If I have a problem or want to change or learn something, I always rely on a book; you can see the shape of the challenges of my life by my bookshelves. But when my daughter became depressed and suicidal at 14, I couldn’t find th…

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Q&A with Anna Deacon and Vicky Allan, authors of For the Love of Trees

Posted by Lucy H on 29th Oct 2020

Q&A with Anna Deacon and Vicky Allan, authors of For the Love of Trees

This is a lovely book, and very timely. What made you decide to write it?Vicky: We had just finished Taking The Plunge, our book about wild swimming, and I was thinking about places in the natural world, that give me a similar feeling of connection with nature – and I thought of forests. I also thought of how I’d really enjoyed the t…

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