A Few of the Girls, the final story collection from one of the world’s favourite storytellers, Maeve Binchy is out on 24th September. It is a glorious collection full of the warmth, charm and humour that has always been an essential part of Maeve’s writing. Read an exclusive story from the new collection now.
To celebrate the publication of Veronica Henry’s delicious new novel High Tide, set on the beautiful Cornish coast, we’re giving you the chance to win a shiny new paperback of High Tide and a hamper full of Cornish goodies.
The lovely Cathy Kelly has been introducing us to the women of Delaney Square who are at the heart of her sparkling new novel Between Sisters, which is out on 8th October in hardback, ebook and audio.
Debut author Jo Bloom answers a few of our questions and explains a little more about how she writes, and why she has never drunk beer.
More than forty of Maeve Binchy’s short stories will be brought together for the very first time in A Few of the Girls, a new collection out this September.
Neil Oliver, the Scottish archaeologist, historian and broadcaster best known as the charismatic presenter of the award-winning documentary series Coast, dropped in for a chat ahead of his first novel, the sweeping, epic adventure, Master of Shadows coming out in hardback.
John Ironmonger is the author of The Coincidence Authority and Costa Award-shortlisted The Notable Brain of Maximillian Ponder. We wanted to get to know him a bit better, so here he answers some of our questions ahead of the paperback of his new novel Not Forgetting The Whale.
We love Veronica Henry’s novels so we were over the moon when she offered us a sneak peek of her latest novel High Tide, out in paperback, ebook and audio on 24th September.