You’re going to want a friendly hug after reading Rowan Coleman’s latest book, We Are All Made of Stars.
Books published by Ebury
Danny Wallace consistently comes up with small and seemingly simple challenges which result in the discovery of a more fulfilling and experiential approach to life.
Caitlin Moran has delivered another round of ammunition in her bid to take over the world/be the marketable female Charlie Brooker.
Anne Berry's third novel after The Water Children and The Hungry Ghosts, The Adoption is written from the dramatically different perspectives of three women.
In Charlotte Street, Danny Wallace, the writer who brought us the cult non-fiction classics Yes Man, Random Acts of Kindness and Join Me amongst others, finally turns his hand to fiction in this, his debut novel.
By the time England’s long Ashes drought came to an end in 2005, cricket was front page news and the topic of numerous water cooler conversations throughout the country.
There can be little doubt that Sue Johnston is something of a British acting institution.
Michael Simkins divides his time between being a jobbing actor, writer and adhesive opening batsmen for the Harry Baldwin Occasionals. When injury curtails his season Michael spends the summer reconnecting with the game.