The Man Who Saw Everything by Deborah Levy brings us full circle in pondering the political and personal walls we construct, and invites us to separate our perceived truth from reality. After her memoir The Cost of Living, fans of Deborah Levy may have...read more
Erica's Elephant by Sylvia Bishop is a debut to delight elephant lovers from 4 years up! We can't wait to see what and who Sylvia creates next. Our chosen book review this week must certainly coincide with World Elephant Day. In both fact and fiction,...read more
Petals and Stones is the debut novel from author Joanne Burn. Ahead of our live webinar with DKW Literary Agency we review a book by one of their authors, Joanne Burn. And what a book! Petals and Stones is a powerful debut that urges you to speak your...read more
Regret. Remorse. Revenge. Oh, Debbie Howells, you’ve done it again! Another edge of your seat domestic noir. The plot tendrils twist and grip, fusing façade and fact in a most intoxicating fashion* – just what we have come to anticipate from the...read more
First of all, thank you to Jasmine Marsh at Hodder and Stoughton for allowing us to be part of this blog tour and to Kate Thompson for writing such a wonderful and interesting book. What do we need in the face of darkness...? Colour! Well, the characters...read more
With The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, Mitch Albom takes us to book heaven - again. 'Love comes when you least expect it. Love comes when you most need it... Simple as that.' Between its hardback and paperback release, I AM in print's Elane reveals why The Next...read more
Disturbance is the 2019 domestic thriller by author Marianne Kavanagh. Dark, desolate and distressing, Disturbance ranks as one of our top reads of the year. Former Deputy Editor of Marie Claire and newspaper columnist Marianne Kavanagh celebrated her launch day...read more
A review of 'After The End', the June 2019 novel by bestselling author Clare Mackintosh. 'How can my child be a breath away from death, when evidence of his life is all around me?' Unlike thrillers usually associated with Clare Mackintosh or her lively,...read more
Debutante Beth Corby delights us with the highly original 'Where There’s A Will'. “Don’t be afraid to be magnificent – it’s the best advice I can give you.” If only Hannah had heard these words before her interview! We’ve all been there – providing...read more
This curious, charming, and courageous series by James Nicol chronicles a young Apprentice Witch through her troubles and triumphs. A truly wonderful read for anyone who believes in magic. 'The key clicked loudly in the lock and Arianwyn pushed the door wide. The...read more
By Elane Retford and Sarah Post. Have you ever considered entering a novel writing competition? We looked into some of the reasons sending your pride and joy to be judged could be the best thing you do. Every entry is read so at the very least it will get your work in...read more
By Julie Anna Douglas. A Treasure Chest of Storytelling Inspiration can help children unlock their imagination and create their own amazing stories and adventures. Children have vibrant imaginations but sometimes creating characters, settings and stories may not come...read more
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