Some of our favourite authors share the places that inspired their novels. Sit back, relax and let the likes of Erica James, John Ironmonger and Liz Fenwick whisk you away to somewhere sunny.
One Summer in Venice, Nicky Pellegrino’s delicious tale of one woman’s search for happiness among Venice’s maze of canals, bridges and piazzas is out on 21st May. We sat down for a chat with Nicky to find out about a few of the things that make her happy.
Colin MacIntyre, author and singer-songwriter performing under the name Mull Historical Society, was kind enough to give us a beautiful hardback of his charming debut The Letters of Ivor Punch along with The Best of Mull Historical Society to give away to one lucky reader.
This month our One Book Lane book club read and review Rene Denfeld’s exceptional debut The Enchanted. Here’s what they made of it . . .
The early burst of summer sun has us inspired to start our summer reading early – and when you hear about our exciting new releases this summer, you’ll be planning yours too!
If, like us, you can’t get enough of Liz Fenwick’s bestselling Cornish romances, The Cornish House and A Cornish Affair, you’ll be glad to hear her spell-binding new novel Under A Cornish Sky is out in the shops on 7th May.
Liz was kind enough to give us a sneak peek at Liz’s latest tale of romance and intrigue, set against the gorgeous Cornish coast.
Last week, we asked you what you would most like to know about bestselling author Katherine Webb – and you answered! Today, Katherine will be answering twelve questions from readers – and the questions we chose have won a beautiful paperback copy of her latest novel, The Night Falling.
The author of Children of the Jacaranda Tree tells us about the experiences of her parents and close family in Tehran in the 1980s provided the inspiration for her powerful debut novel.