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20/08/2014 by Caroline Carpenter
Last night, HarperVoyager held an event for George R R Martin and fellow author Robin Hobb in conversation with their longtime editor Jane Johnson. Here are...
14/08/2014 by Andrew Crofts
Andrew Crofts, author of Confessions of a Ghostwriter, tells us why it's a great job and his top interviewing tips.
14/08/2014 by Tore Renberg
Read an exclusive extract from new literary thriller, See You Tomorrow, by Tore Renberg, translated by Sean Kinsella.
11/08/2014 by Alice O'Keeffe
The Bookseller's Books Editor, Alice O'Keeffe, picked out her favourites from August's hardback and original paperback releases.
07/05/2014 by Diogo Mainardi
Diogo Mainardi has written a book for his teenage son who has cerebral palsy. The book is a journey of 424 steps that start with Tito’s disastrous birth in Lombardo’s Renaissance hospital, Venice. Along the way he describes the Western culture that surround them, from the words of Dante and Proust, to the art of Rembrandt and Monet, to the music of Neil Young and the games they play like Assassin’s Creed, to show how this one boy’s fate has been shaped by history. This is a celebration of love and courage, and of the hope and faith we place in our children. Here he tells us why he decided to write a book for his son Tito.
07/05/2014 by Damian Dibben
Author of "The History Keepers" series, Damian Dibben, tells us about the research he's done all over the world, including some explorations that have got him into trouble.
07/05/2014 by Dave Cousins
Dave Cousins' new book, Charlie Merrick's Misfits, tells the story of Charlie and his football team as they try to win a youth team exhibition spot in the World Cup. The book takes the form of their entry and is packed with facts, doodles and match report. Here Dave tells us about his favoutie comics and graphic novels.
07/05/2014 by Anna James
Author of the bestselling Sookie Stackhouse series, Charlaine Harris, is returning with a brand new series set in the mysterious Midnight, Texas. She answers our 10 Questions and tells us why her original title couldn't be used in the UK.
01/05/2014 by Anna James
Editors of new poetry anthology, Poems that make Grown Men Cry, tells us about how the project came about.
30/04/2014 by Anna James
Author of The Year of the Rat, Clare Furniss tells us about her book and her favourite books as a child.
29/04/2014 by Giles Kristian
Author of Viking epic God of Vengeance, Giles Kristian answers our questions about where the title of his book came from and which book he's recommending at the moment.
29/04/2014 by Robert Allison
Robert Allison was longlisted for the 2014 Desmond Elliott Prize for his debut novel, The Letter Bearer. He tells us about the experience of being longlisted for such a pretigious award.
25/04/2014 by Peter Quinn
Author of Dry Bones, Peter Quinn tells us about his Top 5 novels about the Cold War.
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