2017 Award Winners

December 21, 2017 Announcements 0 Comments

A fantastic way to discover some fresh and upcoming authors is through literary awards. You know you're in for a good time when there's been plenty of commotion and chatter about a particular book. So, like a pair of overly proud, snap-happy parents at a graduation ceremony we're going to sing from the hilltops about our super talented 2017 award winning authors. Drumroll please... READ MORE

A Very Specific Gift Guide

Do you ever find that gift guides aren't specific enough? Those who are special to us rarely fall into the common categories on a gift guide - find them something completely suited to them and their unique interests with our with our very specific gift guide.  READ MORE

Guest Post: Tess Evans on the Power of Community Activism

In her new novel, The Ballad of Banjo Crossing, Tess Evans deals with what happens when a small town community is fractured by big business - when armchair critics become activists. Once a proud farming community, Banjo Crossing could become a mining town, their sweet water compromised, their fertile soil degraded, the food they produce, suspect. What are the ramifications when an issue like this has the power to divide even the most closely knit community? READ MORE

Which David Walliams book should your child be reading?

December 13, 2017 Children's Books 2 Comments

While the name, David Walliams, might ring a bell for lovers of Little Britain, it’s his kids books that have made Walliams a household name. Since 2008 he has taken the children’s literary world by storm, with some even crowning him 'the new Roald Dahl'. And it's not hard to see why. Walliams' stories touch the hearts (and funny bones) of children of all ages. So, to help you make the right choice for the child in your life, here's a handy guide! READ MORE

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