Bestsellers

The Highlights: Best of Fiction 2015

Hannah Beckerman | Posted 15.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hannah Beckerman

I've struggled to get this list down to twenty. But this is the list of books which I'd give to my best friend or my mum, or take on holiday if I happened to be having a particularly long one. It's the list of books I'm most excited about reading, and which I strongly suspect will be some of the most talked-about of the year.

Authors Pick The Best Books of 2014

Hannah Beckerman | Posted 04.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hannah Beckerman

I asked 20 bestselling authors to recommend the best books they read in 2014. Here are their favourite reads of the year.

The Best Books To Gift This Christmas

Hannah Beckerman | Posted 01.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hannah Beckerman

Since we all know there's no better gift - at Christmas or any other time - than a book, here are some of the best books published this year to gift this Christmas. There's something for everyone - even that person who always hates every present they're ever given...

The Clint Eastwood Tip That Will Turn Your Book Into A Bestseller

Bill Coles | Posted 22.08.2014 | UK Entertainment
Bill Coles

Today, more books than ever before in history are being published. Thanks to self-publishing, over 10 thousand new books are hitting the shelves every month. 20 years ago, if you'd written a turkey and couldn't find an agent or find a publisher, then you'd just have to go off into some dark pit, lick your wounds, and write a better book. Not any more though.

Book Review: A Little History of the World

Robert Bradley | Posted 09.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Robert Bradley

It has taken me 15 years to pick up a history book ever since that horrendously mundane exposure, but what a book to pick up! A Little History of the World by E.H Gombrich. Of course, I had to opt for the paperback as the dear old book has been in print now since 1935. Nevertheless, despite its age, this book was a profoundly excellent read.

'A Tasty Cocktail Of High Culture And Low Thrills': Reaction To Dan Brown's 'Inferno'

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 14.05.2013 | UK

Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown delivered his latest opus – "Inferno" – on Tuesday. Brown, whose novels have sold 200 million copies worldwide,...

'I Wish Barry Didn't Rhyme With Harry'

PA | Posted 27.09.2012 | Home

Harry Potter author JK Rowling said she stopped writing another children's book in order to pen her first work for adults. Bookshops opened their d...

Interview: Author Monica McInerney

Ben Falk | Posted 22.09.2012 | Home
Ben Falk

One of seven children, Monica McInerney grew up in Australia and then came to live in the UK before moving to Ireland where she married.