In the latest in our series of #WonderWomen posts celebrating literary heroines, Maggie Mitchell tell us why she so admires Daphne Du Maurier
In day two of our #WonderWomen celebration, Veronica Henry joins us to talk about her literary heroine.
This International Women’s Day we have been asking our wonderful authors about their literary heroines. Today we are joined by the fabulous Fearne Cotton, whose debut cookbook Cook Happy, Cook Healthy is out in June.
We have the first chapters of a range of fantastic fiction from our lovely authors to enjoy; Cathy Kelly, Erica James, Veronica Henry, Liz Fenwick and Ella Griffin.
A K Benedict talks to us about how re-discovering London inspired her to write her latest novel, Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts
Draw Your Way to a Younger Brain is a new art therapy series from Anastasia Catris, the creator of the bestselling Colour Me Mindful series. Try it for yourself with the free page download at the bottom of this page.
Whether you love domestic thrillers, twisty-turning epic fantasy, or finding love at the end of the world we’ve got four unmissable reads to see you through the winter. So, get your wish lists ready, make a cup of tea and get reading.
This month sees the publication of Quick Read, The Anniversary – a collection of irresistible stories from ten bestselling authors, collected together by Veronica Henry.
To celebrate the release, Fanny Blake, who wrote one of the stories in the book, tell us about an unforgettable anniversary in her life.