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Ghostwritten: Hazel Gaynor Talks to Isabel Wolff

Hazel Gaynor spoke to author, Isabel Wolff to find out more about her tenth novel Ghostwritten, available now from HarperCollins. Isabel starts by explaining a little about the novel. “Ghostwritten...

Spotting Award Winning Talent: The Shock of the Fall
Posted by Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin in > General Fiction > Special Guests

A few weeks ago a debut novel by ex-mental health nurse, Nathan Filer, won the Book Of The Year Award at the 2013 Costa Book Awards, a £30,000 prize. The Shock...

Million Dollar Debut: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
Posted by Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin in > General Fiction > Interviews > Special Guests

The Rosie Project is a global phenomenon, a debut novel, now out in paperback, which has been published in 32 countries, and optioned by Sony for the big screen –...

Cinnamon Toast, the End of the World & Me
Posted by Janet E Cameron in > General Fiction > Interviews

Last summer I got the news: Hachette Ireland wanted to publish my first novel. I was overjoyed, but dazed – part of me couldn’t quite believe that this was happening....

Going for GOLD with Chris Cleave
Posted by Eleanor Fitzsimmons in > General Fiction > Special Guests

Last month saw the much anticipated release of Gold, Chris Cleave’s first novel since his bestseller The Other Hand prompted frantic chatter amongst a million book clubs across the globe and his third...

Walk Across The Sun, Corban Addison
Posted by Eleanor Fitzsimmons in > General Fiction > Special Guests

The lives of seventeen-year-old Anaya Ghazi and her younger sister Sita are torn apart when a tsunami hits their costal home in India, leaving them orphaned and homeless. As the...

Ian Martin and The Coalition Chronicles
Posted by Donal Conaty in > General Fiction > Special Guests

A brief word of warning before you start, Ian Martin is a swearing consultant. Don’t read this interview if you are offended by strong language! Ian Martin, The Thick of It’s renowned...

Grace Dent on Twitter and Being Queen of the Universe
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > General Fiction

Grace Dent is quite remarkable. A girl from a working class background who didn’t have the benefits of a polished, connected upbringing, and who is eternally grateful to Scotland and...

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