Anna North’s The Life and Death of Sophie Stark, is the story of an enigmatic film director, told by the six people who loved her most. We invited Anna over to ours to find out if she’s as enigmatic and mysterious as her protagonist.
We sat down for a chat with Laura Barnett, author of The Versions of Us, to find out a bit more about her and how she came to write this summer’s hottest debut novel.
We adore Rainbow Rowell’s quirky, funny novels, Eleanor & Park and Carry On so we were delighted when she dropped by for a chat to talk about her magical festive love story Landline.
Veronica Henry, bestselling author of High Tide and Honeycote, tells us why you can’t beat an impromptu gathering during the festive season.
The Edge of the Fall, the spellbinding sequel Kate Williams’ novel The Storms of War is out in the shops 19th November. Author, social historian, TV presenter and all-round super woman, Kate dropped by for a chat.
On the 20th anniversary of Sophie’s World, Jostein Gaarder returns with a spell-binding fable about a girl who begins to receive messages from another time. Jostein dropped in to tell us all about his haunting, gripping and magical new novel, The World According to Anna.
Catriona Ward, author of Rawblood, shares her top tips for the spookiest night of the year.
Colin MacIntyre’s debut novel, The Letters of Ivor Punch, is one of our favourite novels of the year and has just won Edinburgh International Book Festival’s First Book Award.
Just ahead of the spookiest night of the year, Colin dropped in to talk folklore, headless horseman and mermaids.