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.
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.
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.
Gregoire Delacourt, author of international phenomenon The List of My Desires, dropped in for a chat ahead of his wonderful new novel The First Thing You See.
2014 Good Housekeeping novel writing competition winner, and author of The Daughter’s Secret, Eva Holland reveals how she came to write her prize-winning thriller set in the aftermath of a student-teacher relationship.
In the finale of our celebration of the very best in Irish fiction, Rachael English puts her questions to the wonderful Cathy Kelly.
In the second of a series of interviews between Irish authors, Ella Griffin asks, author and journalist, Rachael English five questions about writing her engaging portrait of modern family life in Dublin, Each and Every One.
We sat down for a chat with Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Kelly to find out all about her funny, emotional, heart-warming new novel, It Started With Paris.