Anne Bronte

Walking the Invisible: The Anne Brontë Walk

‘He that dares not grasp the thorn should never crave the rose’ Anne Brontë, ‘The Narrow Way’ Distance: 7 miles (11.2km)Ascent: 350mDifficulty: Moderate This varied route follows the Railway Children Walk along the Worth Valley out of Haworth, before climbing through Oakworth and Holden Park to charming Newsholme Dean. The… Read More

Love these? Then you’ll love Jay!

There’s less than a week to go until we publish Khurrum Rahman’s explosive new prequel to the Jay Qasim series as part of the Reading Agency’s Quick Reads initiative! If you haven’t entered the world of Jay Qasim just yet, check out Khurrum’s list of influences below. Films, books… Read More
Lost Souls

Read an extract of Lost Souls!

Jenny O’Brien’s latest Detective Gaby Darin, Lost Souls, is out now. To celebrate, we want to give you the chance to read an exclusive extract from the new book. Be warned – you will need to know what happens next! Lost Souls – Chapter 2 Gaby… Read More
notes on grief reading

What We’re Reading: Luster & Jews Don’t Count

In this month’s HQM&B I.D.E.A. (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access) Book Club, we were really excited to dive into our fiction pick Luster by Raven Leilani and non-fiction pick Jews Don’t Count by David Baddiel – two very different books, both packed with lots to digest and discuss. What… Read More
Emily Bronte

Walking the Invisible: The Emily Brontë Walk

‘I’ll walk where my own nature would be leading: It vexes me to choose another guide.’ Emily Brontë, ‘Often Rebuked’ Distance: 14½ miles (23.7km)Ascent: 510mDifficulty: Strenuous A hearty yomp across the wild moorland Emily loved to roam high above Haworth and Oxenhope. The route takes in Top Withins, Alcomden Stones… Read More
You Will Get Through This Night

You Will Get Through This Night

Hello, I’m Dan. I might like to think of myself as tall, dark and mysterious – the truth is that whilst I am long, I’m definitely a nerd, an introvert and one of those people that spends too much time on the internet. I do only wear black though. I’m… Read More
Local Woman Missing

Q&A with Mary Kubica, author of Local Woman Missing

To celebrate the e-book and audio release of Local Woman Missing, the gripping new thriller by Mary Kubica, we sat down with the author and asked her our burning questions about the book, writing, and what she is currently reading. Hi Mary! What can you tell readers about your… Read More
Bronte Stones

Walking the Invisible: The Brontë Stones Walk

‘The idea of being authors was as natural to us as walking’ Distance: 9 miles (14.3km)Ascent: 365mDifficulty: Moderate A beautiful linear route over the moor from Thornton to Haworth that passes each of the four Brontë Stones. The route also takes in Ogden Kirk, Denholme Beck, Nan Scar and Oxenhope,… Read More
Cancer Ladies Running Club

Read an extract of The Cancer Ladies Running Club!

The Cancer Ladies Running Club is out in just one week and we cannot wait for you to start reading this gorgeous new novel from Josie Lloyd. In fact, we’ve decided to share the first few chapters with you early! Scroll down to begin reading… 13rd January In… Read More
Kathleen McGurl

Kathleen McGurl on Finding Inspiration

The Lost Sister is Kathleen McGurls latest unforgettable timeslip novel. To celebrate it’s upcoming release, we asked the author where she finds her inspiration. Read on to find out some fascinating places Kathleen McGurl found her stories. On Inspiration by Kathleen McGurl ‘Where do you… Read More
Charlotte Bronte Walk

Walking the Invisible: The Charlotte Brontë Walk

‘I am no bird, and no net ensares me.’ Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre Distance: 4 miles (6.3km)Ascent: 175mDifficulty: Easy A straight-forward short loop across the hills around Thornton. The route starts in the village at St James’ Church, opposite the site of the old Bell Chapel where Patrick Brontë worked. Read More
And Then She Ran Karen Clarke

Karen Clarke’s Cat-and-Mouse Picks

Today we publish And Then She Ran, the utterly gripping new cat-and-mouse thriller that will keep you reading long into the night from Karen Clarke! To celebrate, Karen joins us to share some of her favourite cat-and-mouse books, films and TV shows. If you like any of these, you… Read More