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​Q&A with Maunika Gowardhan, author of Thali

Posted by Lucy H on 5th Oct 2021

​Q&A with Maunika Gowardhan, author of Thali

What was the inspiration for this book?The vast diversity and geography of India have left an imprint on regional cuisine and also reflected on what gets served in Thalis across the Indian sub continent. And Thalis I have eaten from a young age when I lived in Mumbai and through the years travelling across the country spurred me to share m…

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Q&A with Bernardine Evaristo, Booker Prize-winning author of Manifesto

Posted by Lucy H on 27th Sep 2021

Q&A with Bernardine Evaristo, Booker Prize-winning author of Manifesto

We’re very excited about your forthcoming book. What prompted you to write it?I've written about my life in small essays and pieces for many years but when I won the Booker Prize I found myself talking a lot about how my career had led me to this major breakthrough. I started to say that I'd been unstoppable and then reflecting on wha…

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Ten Cookbooks we can't wait to try this autumn.

Posted by Zoe E on 24th Sep 2021

Ten Cookbooks we can't wait to try this autumn.

 1) Together - Jamie Oliverhttps://agreatread.co.uk/together-memorable-meals-made-easy-9780241431177/It’s amazing that for someone who has released as many recipes books as he has, Jamie Oliver’s cookbooks don’t all feel very same-y and repetitive. Together is a great new addition to his collection, and uses his same classic style to…

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Stephen King's Billy Summers - Review by Shona M

Posted by Shona M on 27th Aug 2021

Stephen King's Billy Summers - Review by Shona M

Stephen King is known for horror, and/or, supernatural storylines and plot designs, but that is not all that King has put out into the world; a rather impressive list of crime novels published through his career is now joined by Billy Summers, the new Stephen King release for August 2021. This title has garnered a lot of attention…

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​Q&A with Gerald Stratford, author of Big Veg

Posted by Lucy H on 24th Aug 2021

​Q&A with Gerald Stratford, author of Big Veg

Who do you think is your typical reader, if such a person exists? Who would you love to read your book? The person I would most love to read my book is my father, he would read it cover-to-cover and if he thought something wasn’t right or accurate, he would make it known. He’d be incredibly proud of all the family knowledge that has g…

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Q&A with Lara Maiklem, author of A Field Guide to Larking

Posted by Lucy H on 20th Aug 2021

Q&A with Lara Maiklem, author of A Field Guide to Larking

Your previous book Mudlarking was a huge success. What made you decide to write this book, and what made you choose fieldlarking this time?I’ve worked with books – selling, producing and editing them – all my working life and I’ve seen just how much blood sweat and tears goes into writing, which is why I never harboured any great ambition…

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