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Q&A with  Sanne Vliegenthart, author of Book Club Journal

Posted by Lucy H on 6th May 2021

Q&A with Sanne Vliegenthart, author of Book Club Journal

What was the inspiration for this journal?We wanted to create a journal that would be a really helpful, but also a beautiful tool for readers to document their reading for their book club(s), and at the same time include some useful tips and tricks from my experience, plus lots of reading inspo. I find that when I take the time to mak…

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10 Cookbooks for all styles of cooks.

Posted by Zoe E on 30th Apr 2021

10 Cookbooks for all styles of cooks.

1)For the travel-loving cook. Mowgli Street Food: Stories and recipes from the Mowgli Street Food restaurants [9781848993266]Based on the food that Indians like to eat at home and on the street, this cookbook is filled to the brim with tasty and simple dinners and snacks made famous by the Mowgli restaurant and created by Nisha Katona…

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Q&A with Martin Dorey, author of Take the Slow Road: France

Posted by Lucy H on 27th Apr 2021

Q&A with Martin Dorey, author of Take the Slow Road: France

You’ve already written hugely successful slow travel guides for the UK and Ireland. Why did you pick France for the next book in the series?It’s the natural choice. Such a great country to travel in, is set up really well for motorhomes and has a booming tourism industry. Plus, lots of great roads and space. No brainer really. And my F…

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​Q&A with Simon Akam, author of The Changing of the Guard

Posted by Lucy H on 22nd Mar 2021

​Q&A with Simon Akam, author of The Changing of the Guard

We recently spoke with Simon Akam, author of the highly acclaimed The Changing of the Guard. He has previously written very eloquently and in detail about the subjects covered in the book - that interview is below our Q&A here. There’s clearly a huge amount of rigorous research underpinning this book. How long did it take y…

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Posted by Zoe E on 8th Mar 2021

Five Women authors who wrote under male pseudonyms..

Some of our favourite female authors have chosen to publish under male pen names, ambiguous non-de-plumes, or gender-neutral initials, for a myriad of reasons: to encourage male readership, to provide complete anonymity or to avoid readers gender stereotyping their work. Below are five famous women authors who have intentionally…

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