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Month: January 2017

A guide to Steve Berry and the Cotton Malone series

With the twelfth in the Cotton Malone series The Lost Order publishing in April, we go right back to the start with this handy guide to all things Steve Berry.   The Cotton Malone series […]

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Same War, Different Enemy: A Guest Post by Greg Bear

TAKE BACK THE SKY is the final book in Greg Bear’s adrenaline-fueled military SF trilogy WAR DOGS and Greg has joined us to talk about the act of writing about war. Finishing a trilogy is […]

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Cover Reveal: Silver Silence

Hello, is this the smouldering cover reveal you’ve been looking for? Yes, it’s the STUNNING cover for the latest title in Nalini Singh’s bestselling Psy-Changeling series, SILVER SILENCE. This title heralds a new era for […]

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Virago Modern Classic Book Club – Good Behaviour

The first pick in the Virago Modern Classic book club was Molly Keane’s Good Behaviour.   Set in Molly’s native Ireland, the novel was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1981 (the year that Midnight’s […]

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Donal Skehan’s Mocha Chocolate Mousse

Everyone loves chocolate mousse and this one has a wonderful light and airy texture. It is quick and easy to make, and is best served the day after it’s made. What’s not to love? Serves […]

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Gateway Essentials: Mercedes Lackey

Mercedes Lackey was born in Chicago on June 24, 1950. She graduated from Purdue University in 1972, and has worked as an artist’s model, in computer programming, and for American Airlines. In addition to her […]

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The Handmaiden: U.K. release details

The Handmaiden, inspired by Sarah Waters’ best-selling novel Fingersmith, is in cinemas nationwide from April 14th. Visit the official website for listings. Read an interview with Sarah Waters for The Guardian here. The New York […]

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Queer British Art at Tate Britain

Look out for Sarah’s piece on Vesta Tilley, in Tate magazine, attached to the Queer British Art exhibition: ‘QUEER BRITISH ART TATE BRITAIN 5 APRIL – 1 OCTOBER 2017’. Find out more on the Tate […]

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Wonderful reviews for Fingersmith in Boston

The American Repertory Theatre reunited with Oregon Shakespeare Festival Artistic Director Bill Rauch, director of the 2014 Tony Award-winning play All The Way, to present Fingersmith, Alexa Junge’s adaptation of Sarah Waters’ 2002 novel of […]

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DIVA Author of the Year Award

Celebrating 250 issues of DIVA magazine, Sarah was awarded 2017 DIVA Author of the Year award. For further information visit the DIVA website here.  

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National Trust explores LGBTQ heritage to mark anniversary in 2017

Sarah has contributed to the National Trust’s forthcoming LGBTQ articles and publications as part of the nation’s commemoration in 2017 to mark 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality.   For further information visit […]

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My Top 5 travel pieces by Lesley Blanch

  A Londoner by birth, Lesley Blanch spent the greater part of her life travelling about those remote areas her books record so vividly. She left England in 1946, never to return except as a […]

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