Nicole Kennedy on why she decided to write After Paris

The idea for After Paris came while I was writing my debut novel, Everything’s Perfect.…

Book Review: The Darkening by Sunya Mara

Vesper Vale is the daughter of failed revolutionaries. Ever since her mother was sentenced to…

22 diverse and entertaining children’s and YA books to read this summer

School’s officially out for summer! And as the weekday routine goes out the window for…

Book Review: Common Decency by Susannah Dickey

After the death of her mother, Lily moved in to an apartment block in Belfast,…

Win a copy of After Paris by Nicole Kennedy

To celebrate the publication of Nicole Kennedy’s refreshing and relatable new novel, we’ve teamed up…

Book Review: These Twisted Bonds by Lexi Ryan

When it comes to duologies and and multi book series, it’s usually not the opening…

Book Review: Retreat to the Spanish Sun by Jo Thomas

Summer reads too often get sidelined in book recommendation discussions. Beach reads, light romances, books…

July reads: 10 of the best new books published this month

Whether your plans for July involve jetting off for a much needed dose of sun,…

Book Review: A System So Magnificent It Is Blinding by Amanda Svensson

Sebastian’s a grieving neuroscientist who’s fallen for a patient who can only see in two…

Benjamin Dean on the inspiration behind his YA debut

I’m often asked for my inspiration behind writing my YA debut, The King is Dead,…

Cat Gray on choosing to write a middle grade children’s novel as opposed to adult fiction

The first novel I wrote was literary fiction. I was studying English literature, and it…

Bea Setton on Berlin and how the German city inspired her debut novel

One of the profound anxieties I have is that because I only have one life,…