We're celebrating the release of Orlagh Collins' All The Invisible Things with the most unique celebrity names, in honour of Vetty and Pez.
Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan's 'Watch Us Rise' is a feisty, empowering, intersectional feminist book.
Natasha Carthew's 'Only The Ocean' is a story of survival and courage in the midst of darkness. If you're a fan of Patrick Ness and Sarah Crossan, you need to stick this on your Christmas lists right now. We sat down with Natasha to…
Jessie Burton is no stranger to writing. However, September saw the release of her debut children's novel, The Restless Girls and we were fortunate enough to catch up with Jessie Burton to discuss her new feminist fairytale.
Jessie Burton, author of 'The Miniaturist' and 'The Muse' returns with a dazzling, feminist reinterpretation of 'The Twelve Dancing Princesses' - beautifully illustrated by Angela Barrett. This fairytale is about family, sisterhood,…
Read Carolyn Mackler's next hilarious YA instalment.
Looking for a brand new read that's soaked in obsession and revenge, betrayal and forgiveness? You've come to the right place. Lygia Day Peñaflor’s UK debut, 'All Of This Is True' is just the thing you need on your bookshelf. It's packed…
'The Wren Hunt' is the kind of book you read, and then immediately want to reread it because there's so much more you could take in. Every Christmas, Wren is chased through the woods near her isolated village by her family's enemies—the…
Brigid Kemmerer, author of Letters to the Lost is back with another YA contemporary to pull at your heartstrings!
We got chatting to Orlagh Collins about her summer young adult release, 'No Filter'.
Orlagh Collins contemporary, young adult debut, 'No Filter' just became my perfect beach read!
Ultimate space nerd, Megan, has so much to teach the reader about love, loss, identity and, of course, the solar system, in this gorgeously penned and emotive young adult novel.
We got chatting to Karen Gregory, the author who penned one of 2017's most hard-hitting and unforgettable contemporary books, 'Countless'