The Bone Season has been out for 10 years and to celebrate, Samantha Shannon is here to chat about the 10th anniversary edition.
"Being around people that “get it” makes you feel less alone and less afraid, but a crucial benefit to finding community is the language you can gain."
Celebrate Women in Translation and #BeatTheBacklist with us by reading two books written by Italian writer, Natalia Ginzburg.
Alexia Casale tells us why she paused her original writing project to write the story of Sing If You Can't Dance.
Ella Berman on exploring teenage friendships and the portrayal of women in media in her novel, Before We Were Innocent.
Ruby Clyde chats their debut, Jay's Guide to Crushing It, and gives Ruby's Guide to Difficult Dating Questions.
Walker Books UK is back with their 15th anniversary edition of City of Ashes and we are giving you a chance to win a copy.
Bellegarde by Jamie Lilac is your next favourite historical rom-com read and we are giving you a sneak peek right now!
Lindsay Lynch chats researching gossip columnists and the studio systems for Do Tell, her gripping Hollywood story set in the golden age.
Eliza Henry Jones on researching Salt and Skin and how she manages to explore climate change in her book without sounding too preachy.
Maria E Andreu on why she wrote a You've Got Mail-inspired book and why she decided to acknowledge the pandemic in Julieta and the Romeos.
To coincide with publication of his debut science fiction-fantasy novel, The Combat Codes, we are honoured to have author and martial artist Alexander Darwin talk exclusively to us about his love of martial arts flicks.