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.
Sahar Delijani, author of the stunning debut novel Children of the Jacaranda Tree, gives us an insight into her inspirations and life as a writer
With winter now firmly behind us and the sun shining at long last, Team One Book Lane took to the roof terrace to celebrate the first day of spring – and what better way to celebrate this than with ice cream and a new book? We wanted to tell you about a special book in particular that we’re publishing as an eBook Exclusive on 19th May – The Life and Death of Sophie Stark by Anna North.
Not only is Rene Denfeld is the talented author of the hauntingly beautiful debut novel The Enchanted, she is also is a death penalty investigator in Oregon, and we couldn’t wait to find out a bit more about her.
Carlos Ruiz Zafón is one of the world’s most read and best-loved writers. He is the author of seven novels including The Shadow of the Wind. So imagine our excitement when he dropped by One Book Lane for a chat!
Author, historian and TV presenter Kate Williams tells us all about her new novel, The Storms of War, the first in a groundbreaking new historical series which begins in the First World War.
The Bookish Babes from County Louth, Ireland put themselves forward to read and review our book club choice, Her by Harriet Lane.
Vanessa Lafaye tells us how writing her début novel Summertime helped her to cope with her second cancer diagnosis.