Ream Shukairy on writing her debut halal YA romance, The Next New Syrian Girl
This post was written by Ream Shukairy, author of The Next New Syrian Girl. So what is halal romance anyway? It’s the bashful courtship and painful boundaries in a Jane Austen novel. Or it’s the romantic tension between two main…
Danny Wallace chats kids being The Boss of Everyone
The Boss of Everyone is Danny Wallace's latest standalone that explores what happens if you give a very serious ten-year-old the power to be the boss.
Sarah Lyu on depression and her most personal novel yet, I Will Find You Again
This post was written by Sarah Lyu, author of I Will Find You Again Content warning: depression, suicidal ideation In the summer of 2014, I was driving from New York City to a small town in northeastern PA almost every week, and a…
Maxine Mei-Fung Chung recommends Non-Fiction Books by Phenomenal Women
This guest post on non-fiction books is written by Maxine Mei-Fung Chung, author of What Women Want
Maxine Mei-Fung Chung chats her phenomenal grandmother
This guest post is written by Maxine Mei-Fung Chung, author of What Women Want.
Sara Jafari chats how People Change captures our twenties
Instead of being just a romance story, People Change explores topics such as race, friendship and navigating life through your 20s
Kate Spencer chats viral stories and her rom-com In a New York Minute
We chat with Kate Spencer about her fun rom-com In a New York Minute, and her thoughts on filming strangers in the public.
Katie and Kevin Tsang chat their favourite dragons in honour of World Book Day
Katie and Kevin Tsang penned a special Dragon Realm story in honour of World Book Day.
L.D. Lapinski chats imagining the Cloudwish Festival for World Book Day
L.D. Lapinski has written a brand-new Strangeworlds Travel Agency adventure to celebrate World Book Day.
Simon James Green chats how book bans and censorship inspired Boy Like Me
We love Simon James Green and his rom-coms, such as Gay Club! and You're the One That I Want. They are always incredibly fun and heartwarming.
Taleen Voskuni chats learning Armenian proverbs for Sorry, Bro
Sorry, Bro is a queer romcom by debut author Taleen Voskuni that should be the next contemporary classic.
Hannah Kaner chats the relationship between humans and gods in Godkiller
Godkiller is Hannah Kaner's debut and we have the honour of chatting with her today on her epic fantasy novel.
Abby, founder of Paper + Word, chats her book sleeves company
Today, we have the honour of chatting with Abby, founder of Paper and Word, on all things book sleeves.
Elle McNicoll chats neurodiversity in Like a Curse and other children’s books
We chatted with Elle McNicoll about her newest Middle Grade fantasy duology, Like a Charm and Like a Curse.
Sarah Ann Juckes chats about how the British Wildlife Centre inspired The Night Animals
"All we need to uncover superpowers is to look a little closer at the things we see around us."