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30/09/2014 by Simon Inglis
The author of Played in London tells us his top 10 facts that you might not know about sport in London.
24/09/2014 by We Love This Book
The author of thriller Dear Thief answers our questions.
24/09/2014 by Alice Ryan
Victoria Hislop talks to us about her new book, The Sunrise.
15/05/2014 by James Dawson
YA thriller author James Dawson tells us about being shortlisted for the 2014 Queen of Teen award.
15/05/2014 by Anna James
Terra by Mitch Benn is out in paperback today. Gollancz exclusively shares the trailer with us here!
14/05/2014 by Johanna Mackin
Every year, Mental Health Awareness Week determines to shed light on a psychological symptom or condition in an effort to raise the public consciousness and generate a more understanding support network for the afflicted. This year’s focus is anxiety. Anxiety is relatable to all of us, but for those experiencing it at an acute level on a daily basis, it can be a grave and debilitating obstacle to functional, everyday life. In support of this progressive event in the mental health calendar, here are five books about the perpetually anxious.
14/05/2014 by Rebecca Stevens
Rebecca Stevens, author of Valentine Joe, tells us about her favourite novels about war.
12/05/2014 by Rosie Goldsmith
Rosie Goldsmith is a journalist and chair of the European Literature Night. The ELN takes places at the British Library on 14th May and is a celebration of the best writing from around Europe. You can find out more and book tickets here. Here Rosie tells us about her favourite contemporary novels in translation.
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.
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