The most recent cool extras added by Allison and Busby:
Martin Edwards, whose latest Lake District-set novel The Frozen Shroud, is now out in paperback, talks to Crime Time about the inspiration Cumbria provides and keeping wet weather gear to hand while researching!
We are delighted to announce that Edward Marston's Railway Detective series has been optioned for television adaptation by Mammoth Screen. Mammoth Screen have produced several book adaptations including Parade's End starring Benedict Cumberbatch and PG Wodehouse's Blandings as well the Inspector Morse prequel Endeavour.
Head over to Random Things Through My Letterbox to read Anne Cater's review of The Care and Managment of Lies as well as her interview with Jacqueline Winspear. Also 5 copies of the book are up for grabs (UK readers).
'Don’t read Michael Chabon while you write. That’s like reading Vogue while trying to diet.'
Jamie Ford, whose latest novel, Songs of Willow Frost, is now out in paperback, lists his top five tips for aspiring writers over on Noveli...
'I met my wife at the public library and proposed in a bookstore. You can’t do that on a Kindle.'
Jamie Ford, author of Songs of Willow Frost, talks online karma and the value of bookshops over on the Hive blog.
Giveaway closes 1st July 2014.
We're giving UK fans of Jacqueline Winspear the chance to win one of 20 proof copies of her eagerly anticipated new stand alone novel, The Care and Management of Lies, via Goodreads. Sign up here.
Giveaway closes 9th July 2014.
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