The joint autobiography of the nation’s favourite cooking duo, the Hairy Bikers, is full to the brim with stories of friendship and hilarious misadventure. Si and Dave were kind enough to give us a tasty morsel of their heartwarming memoir.
We loved Kate Williams’ spellbinding portrait of a German family living in Britain at the outbreak of the First World War, The Storms of War.
In case you can’t wait to find out what happens to the de Witt family as they enter the Roaring Twenties, we’ve got a sneak peek at the next novel in Kate’s historical trilogy The Edge of the Fall .
We’ve been given an early look at the hotly anticipated sequel to Victoria Aveyard’s New York Times bestselling YA fantasy Red Queen, Glass Sword. We’ve never been able to keep a secret, especially when it comes to talking about exciting new books so now we’re sharing it with you too!
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.
We love a scary story at One Book Lane so we couldn’t resist sharing the tales of witchcraft, haunting and murder that we’ll be reading this Halloween. Don’t read alone . . .
Start reading Kate Lord Brown’s gorgeous winter tale The Christmas We Met, the story of the secrets revealed by a collection of family jewels, from the author of The Perfume Garden.
One of our favourite authors and Books Editor of Woman & Home Magazine, Fanny Blake has written us a wonderfully bookish story short story set on Book Lane for our birthday!
Fanny’s fabulous new novel about parents, siblings, and family secrets, House of Dreams, is out in paperback, ebook and audio on 5th November.