Jean Menzies chats researching for her YA nonfiction collection, Live Like a Goddess, and why we should learn from mythological women.
As we leave August behind and move into the chilly season, it is time to recommend some thrillers and spooky reads.
Liz Kessler on making Code Name Kingfisher relatable to modern readers and adapting her war story to suit a middle grade audience.
Natasha Devon shares what sex ed and LGBTQ+ education was like back in the 2000s and why she explores it in her latest, Babushka.
Lauren Layfield on British Guyanese representation in Indi Raye is Totally Faking it and tapping into her memories to create Indi Raye.
Romantic, gothic and unerringly atmospheric, Adalyn Grace's 2022 YA fantasy novel, Belladonna, was the paranormal romance murder mystery we didn't know we needed in our life an it's safe to say the wait for its sequel, Foxglove, has been a…
Gretchen Rue chats Something Wicked being a low stake, cozy Halloween read, and recommends seven more fall-vibes books.
Suicide Notes came out back in 2008. Michael Thomas Ford finally wrote the highly anticipated sequel, Every Star That Falls.
Kate Goldbeck chats why When Harry Met Sally is such a classic that she decided to reimagine it in her debut, You, Again.
Laura Steven on retelling The Picture of Dorian Gray in Every Exquisite Thing, and writing another dark academia book.
It's probably not an exaggeration to say we're all pretty much in our Greek mythology retelling era right now and thanks to Girl, Goddess, Queen, Bea Fitzgerald's brilliantly run new YA fantasy rom-com reimagining of the myth of Hades and…
Bridgerton meets Emma with a time travelling twist in Pride and Prejudice and Pittsburgh, the new sapphic romance from New York Times bestselling author, Rachael Lippincott. Starring two wonderfully endearing heroines, buckets of yearning,…
With four YA thrillers to her name, Kit Frick is no stranger to stories filled with murder, secrets and mystery and her fifth and newest title, The Reunion, is no different. To celebrate the release of The Reunion, we chatted with Kit all…
To celebrate Women in Translations Month, we chatted with Caroline Waight on translating In Your Orbit from Danish.