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Ten things Paul Gitsham has learnt in ten years

Today marks ten years since Paul Gitsham first introduces us to DCI Warren Jones. To celebrate, Paul is here on the blog sharing the ten things he has learnt over the past ten years. Keep your eyes peeled on our social today for a sneak peak at what is to… Read More
Women's History Month The Queen's Rival

Women’s History Month with Anne O’Brien

To mark Women’s History Month, Anne O’Brien celebratesthe life of Cecily Neville. You can learn more about her story in Anne O’Brien’s latest novel, The Queen’s Rival. Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, is one of the most appealing women of English medieval history, worthy of celebration.  Most medieval women… Read More
The Invitation

Five books that inspired The Invitation

To celebrate the upcoming release The Invitation, author A.M. Castle is here to share the five books that inspired her novel. From atmospheric thrillers to classic murder mysteries, stock up on ideas for your TBR in this blog post. Five books that inspired… Read More
Kindness

Kindness with Jessica Ryn

Today on Random Acts of Kindness Day 2021, author of The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside Jessica Ryn shares her thoughts on kindness, as well as ten ways we can be kind to both ourselves and others right now. Kindness: More than just a hashtag Kindness… Read More

Good Grief: Anne’s Letter to John 01/02/21

Anniversaries can stir up so many emotions and reminders of time passing by. In a new letter written to her late husband John, co-author of Good Grief Anne Mayer Bird writes about the one-year anniversary of her son-in-law Andy Gill’s passing and how the world continues to change. 1 February… Read More
Laurie

Christmas Comforts: Laurie Elizabeth Flynn and P. L. Kane

Christmas Comfort reads aren’t always cosy and romantic; some of our authors love a good creepy atmospheric book to keep them company in winter! This December you’ll find Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, author of the upcoming The Girls Are All So Nice Here, and P L Kane,… Read More
Christmas Comforts Simon Berthon

Christmas Comforts: Simon Berthon

Christmas Day may already be over, but we still have plenty of Christmas Comfort reads up our sleeve! Today, Simon Berthon, author of A Time to Lie, shares his recommendation with us. Brace yourself for a dark and chilling tale this Boxing Day…   Simon Berthon recommends… Snowdrops. Such… Read More
Philippa

Christmas Comforts: Philippa East

As we get closer to Christmas, we’re looking for more Christmas Comfort recommendations from our authors. In this blog post Philippa East, author of Little White Lies and the upcoming Safe and Sound, discusses why she turns to The Dark is Rising in the festive season… Philippa East’s… Read More
Christmas Comforts Wreath

Christmas Comforts: Tom Ellen + Phaedra Patrick

Our Christmas Comforts blog series continues as we are joined by authors Tom Ellen (All About Us) and Phaedra Patrick (The Secrets of Sunshine)! Tom and Phaedra share their alternative festive reads which are perfect if you are looking for belly-aching laughs or heartwarming fiction!   Tom Ellen… Read More
Andi Osho

Christmas Comforts: Andi Osho

Continuing in our Christmas Comforts blog series, this week we have Andi Osho author of Asking for A Friend. In this post she talks about her comfort read Big Magic, and how it inspires her…   Andi Osho’s Christmas Comfort: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert If you’re a creative and… Read More
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Christmas Comforts: Suzy Quinn + Mel McGrath

Today, Suzy K Quinn (Don’t Tell Teacher, Not My Daughter) and Mel McGrath (The Guilty Party, Two Wrongs) are joining us for our Christmas Comforts series to share their favourite books to read at this time of year!   Suzy K Quinn recommends… I love re-reading… Read More