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Posted by RG on 8th Sep 2020

​Q&A with Iron Maiden's Adrian Smith, author of Monsters of River and Rock

You’ve been part of a huge rock phenomenon for many years. Has angling always been your way to get away from the stresses of performing? My dad used to take me fishing from I was very, very young so I was into fishing before I was into music. I loved going out with my dad, I grew up in East London, it was pretty rough, so it was grea…

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FLAVOUR Q&A: Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage

Posted by Ebury/ Lucy H on 1st Sep 2020

FLAVOUR Q&A: Yotam Ottolenghi and Ixta Belfrage

The fabulous team at Ebury Press let us have access to a recent conversation with Yotam Ottolengui and Ixta Belfrage about their new cookery book FLAVOUR. What makes Flavour so special?Flavour is a celebration of wonderful, versatile vegetables, and how to build flavour with them. But it is not only a collection of beautiful reci…

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What Mummy Makes: Q&A with Rebecca Wilson (with recipes!)

Posted by Lucy H on 23rd Jul 2020

What Mummy Makes: Q&A with Rebecca Wilson (with recipes!)

We’re looking forward to your book. What prompted you to write it? Was it always an ambition of yours or was it something that your followers requested you to do?Ever since I was a teenager when my cookbook obsession began I always had that niggling ambition to one day write a cookbook. But I let the idea pass aside as my career t…

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Posted by Eric Nash on 13th Jul 2020

Mexican Gothic book review

Mexican Gothic is alive with mansions and cemeteries, forests and mist, hauntings and rot; it swims in the murk of politics and ethics; it courts mad passion.As for monsters, the human antagonists dwelling on the pages of Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s latest novel are some of the vilest I’ve met. Fortunately, the author also introduces us t…

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Posted by R. Law on 8th Jul 2020

65 Roses and a Trunki: exclusive Q&A with Rob Law

We’re really enjoying your book. What was the trigger to prompt you to write it? I do a lot of business speaking, giving keynotes and workshops with management teams. After every event, people come up to me and say I should write a book about my business challenges. But that’s only a part of my life, so I thought by sharing…

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