Win by Harlan Coben

Win by Harlan Coben

  Coben has long been a highly regarded thriller writer. He has published more than thirty novels. But recently, thanks to a deal with Netflix that has already produced four original series with more on the way, Coben has found a broader audience. Via the beloved...

Two Glorious New Cookbook

Two Glorious New Cookbook

Bring your families back to the table and the thrill back to your taste buds with bold new recipes. Here are two new cookbooks that celebrate heritage, invention and good times.   Curried by Cariema Isaacs The humble, versatile curry has been a beloved mainstay...

The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna

The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna

A New West Africa-Inspired Fantasy   West Africa is so rich in cultures, mythologies, ethnicities and beliefs it’s a wonder that more fantasy novels do not take inspiration from its vivid variety. For a long time, the fantasy genre has been dominated by...

How Many Ways Can You Say Goodbye? by Refiloe Moahloli

How Many Ways Can You Say Goodbye? by Refiloe Moahloli

  It’s time for us to celebrate all the voices in the world. Seriously, the amount of ways that exist to say a similar thing is so fascinating that it should make us all truly grateful for the diversity in which we get to share. Through simple, relatable stories...

Books to help you prosper and grow rich!

Books to help you prosper and grow rich!

  So, now as much as ever, a certain amount of economic revitalisation is needed. Now is the ideal time to create and take control of your own wealth. Whether there are aspects of your personal finances that you’ve been planning to improve, business and...

April Kids Book of the Month

April Kids Book of the Month

  Wilbur Smith’s conservation-themed and action-packed series for younger readers now has its second instalment… and it’s just as teeming with wildlife and danger as the first. A deep appreciation of nature and conservation has long been a staple of Smith’s work,...

April Book of the Month

April Book of the Month

  Legacy of War by Wilbur Smith and David Churchill It is a testament to the enduring appeal of Smith’s action-packed adventures that each new release is greeted with considerable excitement… which is why Legacy of War, the newest installment in the part of the...

James Patterson’s 21st Birthday

James Patterson’s 21st Birthday

  Twenty One is a pretty significant milestone. But this is not your average birthday: this is the 21st instalment of the wildly popular Women’s Murder Club series! Gotta love those balloons. James Patterson and Maxine Paetro have created one of the world’s most...

The Eat Right Revolution

The Eat Right Revolution

  For a while now, Tim Noakes and his innovative variations on the low-carb diet have been informing the way that we eat. Even if you have not openly embraced the meal plans that he has made popular, there’s no denying that we have all become more conscious of...

Two debuts to watch out for

Two debuts to watch out for

  Debut novels. They are a tricky prospect. Oftentimes, they’ll be the best novels you could ever hope to read. The promise of a brand new style, a new voice, and a story that so needed telling that it prompted an author to brave the unforgiving wilds of the...

Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Spooky Stories

Rowley Jefferson’s Awesome Friendly Spooky Stories

  To date, as many, many of us know, not least those of us with kids, there have been fifteen volumes of Greg Heffley’s Diary… The Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The series has been instrumental in encouraging an entire generation of reluctant readers to get stuck into...

Gregg Hurwitz

Gregg Hurwitz

Everybody knows about the Orphan X novels (the newest of which is out now), but it may surprise you to learn that Hurwitz has actually been publishing since the late nineties. The six Orphan X novels are easily his most successful works, but he has also released many...

6 Books To Keep Your Ethos Flexible

6 Books To Keep Your Ethos Flexible

  Maintaining an adaptable approach to work and business has always been important but, given the many vulnerabilities exposed by recent events and ongoing crises, it is especially essential at the moment. Here are 6 titles that will offer you new perspectives...

The Burning Girls by C.J. Tudor

The Burning Girls by C.J. Tudor

  C.J. Tudor’s flair for the macabre and her taste for the horrific have made her one of the best gothic thriller novelists around. Her very first novel, The Chalk Man, was inspired by some spooky stickmen scrawled on a driveway… and any author that can craft a...

Jordan Peterson Interview

Jordan Peterson Interview

  In 12 Rules for Life, which has sold over 5 million copies around the world, acclaimed public thinker and clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson offered an antidote to the chaos in our lives: eternal truths applied to modern anxieties. His insights have...

March Book of the Month

March Book of the Month

Jordan B. Peterson Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life   He began as a researcher, academic and admired professor within multiple psychological subfields and went on to become a YouTube phenomenon, media bugbear and bestselling author. His teachings incorporate...

Kate Mosse and Her New Novel: The City of Tears

Kate Mosse and Her New Novel: The City of Tears

  Kate Mosse has been a celebrated name in literature for some time now, at least 25 years in fact, and her newest releases are inevitably looked upon with some excitement. Her earliest works were published back in the early nineties. Her first two books were...

Sarah J. Maas: A Court of Silver Flames

Sarah J. Maas: A Court of Silver Flames

  One of the biggest fantasy writers in the world, Maas has now brought us three distinct series, all of which are sexy, compelling and filled with passion. The most recent of her series to receive a new instalment is A Court of Thorns and Roses in which, over...

Kristin Hannah and The Four Winds

Kristin Hannah and The Four Winds

  Kristin Hannah has been steadily publishing novels since the early nineties. The years in which she does not release a new book are far rarer than the ones in which she does. Hannah once worked as a lawyer, though she has assured those who have asked that she...

Valentine’s Day Reading

Valentine’s Day Reading

  Because Real Life Romance is… Inconsistent   … and also because grand gestures and amative outings are that little bit trickier at the moment. So this is the sort of thing we’ll be wanting to aim for this year ↷ “We would be together and have our books and...