Ella Griffin tell us what she learnt while researching her delightful new novel set around a little Dublin florist, The Flower Arrangement
The sun is out a little more often which means one thing – we can’t wait to get reading in the garden, the park and on the beach in the coming months. But how to pick those books? Here some of our authors tell us what they’ll be reading at home and abroad this summer.
Melanie Finn is the author of Shame, a tale of mercenaries and philanthropists, delusional heroes and witchdoctors. She was kind enough to drop by One Book Lane to answer a few of our burning questions. Read her answers and watch our interview with editor Sophie and Melanie.
This month, we have not one, but two fantastic debut thrillers published in paperback. Both Pretty Is by Maggie Mitchell and The Daughter’s Secret by Eva Holland centre around women who are coming to grips with the aftermath of sinister crimes. So who better to sit down with Maggie and ask her some questions about Pretty Is, than fellow author Eva?
Katherine Webb is the bestselling author of The Legacy. Her latest novel, The English Girl is a captivating story of secrets, passion and turmoil set in the 50s, out this week.
This month, author Erica James celebrates the publication of Song of the Skylark, her twentieth published novel! She joins us to talk about this landmark moment and the inspiration behind her latest character, Clarissa Dallimore.
In the latest in our series of #WonderWomen posts celebrating literary heroines, Maggie Mitchell tell us why she so admires Daphne Du Maurier