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Month: October 2016

Ghost Ships and the End of the World by Karen Maitland

Since ancient times, the sea has meant life for coastal communities of the British Isles, providing food, salt and even driftwood for building our homes and heating them. But we always have feared the sea […]

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Get spooky with Chrissie Manby!

As a child, I was a huge fan of ghost stories.  I subscribed to a comic called ‘Scream’ (long before the film) and even sent off a drawing of a corpse in my first ever […]

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Donal Skehan’s Fig, Honey & Almond Cake

Donal Skehan’s new cookbook EAT.LIVE.GO is out now, but we’re still making this classic cake from FRESH!  Gently spiced and with added texture from the flaked almonds, the cake comes together with a drizzle of […]

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Gateway Essentials: Sheri S. Tepper

In our moments of peak efficiency, we have content for the Gateway website and blog scheduled weeks in advance – occasionally, months. Mostly, that’s a good thing, enabling us to see what we’re doing over […]

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Related Categories: Authors, Commentary, Essentials, SF Gateway News

Exclusive, Early Excerpt from Darynda Jones’ Eleventh Grave in Moonlight

  It’s Day 10 of #WelcomeToMyWorld and we are no where even near to running out of treats! Because today we have an exclusive early excerpt from Darynda Jones‘ Eleventh Grave in Moonlight!   1 […]

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Linda Jones & Linda Howard – A day in the life of a writing team

  Ever wonder how two people work together to create one seamless, fabulous novel? We have, and now Linda Jones and Linda Howard, the authors behind Frost Line, have answered in their #WelcomeToMyWorld piece.   […]

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Team Bookends Pick of the Week

We’ve gathered the perfect bundle of articles we’ve loved this week for you to read, from a happy little penguin to the petition to get ‘Essex Girl’ out of the dictionary. Jeska https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2-INEDRA18 I have […]

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Team Bookends’ Guide to Bookish Hygge – Part 2

You and Me, Always – Jill Mansell  There’s nothing better than snuggling down in your favourite cosy jumper with a mug of tea and a good book. You and Me, Always is the perfect book to […]

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Gluten free recipe spiced pumpkin bread

Happy Halloween! Celebrate the most goulish time of year with Howard Middleton’s gluten free recipe for Spiced Pumpkin Bread. It’s also a delicious bread throughout  autumn and winter and is perfect with a big bowl of soup.   […]

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The Virago Halloween reading list 👻

Looking for a spooky story to get you in the mood for All Hallow’s Eve? Here are just a few suggestions in our Halloween reading list.   Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier With one of the most […]

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Related Categories: Upcoming Books, Virago News

Exclusive Q&A with Al Robertson

We are thrilled to welcome Al Robertson, to the blog for a special Q&A blog post. Al Robertson’s thrilling new SF adventure WAKING HELL is out now in bookshops. We caught up with Al to […]

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Exclusive, Early Excerpt from Christine Feehan’s Leopard’s Fury

  Be the first to read Chapter 1 of Christine Feehan’s Leopard’s Fury!  Christine is one of the leading lights of paranormal romance, hitting it out the park with each of her series from the […]

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