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18
Mar

Are we finally ready to stop being so lovely all the time?

Posted by in Author News, Blog, Book News, News, Non-Fiction, Reader Feedback, Recommended Reading

Since its publication on the 7th March, The Curse of Lovely by Jacqui Marson has really struck a chord with readers and been featured in publications including Sunday Telegraph Stella, Psychologies magazine, Red magazine, Stylist and The Times. Read the praise it has attracted from readers and reviewers alike.

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11
Mar

Win a copy of Crystal Gardens by Jayne Anne Krentz

Posted by in Book News, Competitions, Fiction, News, Recommended Reading

Crystal Gardens is Book One in the Ladies of Lantern Street series by Jayne Anne Krentz writing as Amanda Quick. Set in Victorian times with a paranormal twist, this is a novel packed full of secrets – and secret powers… Novelist and professional companion Evangeline Ames has rented a cottage

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9
Mar

Forget chocolates and flowers – the greatest gift you can give yourself this Mothers' Day is . . . learning to say NO

Posted by in Guest Posts, News, Non-Fiction, Recommended Reading

Forget flowers and chocolates this Mothers' Day, the best gift you can give yourself if learning to say no, says Jacqui Marson author of The Curse of Lovely.

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8
Mar

Friday Read: A Family Scandal by Zoe Miller

Posted by in Book Extracts, Book News, News

Escape into a world of glitz and intrigue this weekend with Zoe Miller's brand new bestseller, A Family Scandal. If you like Penny Vincenzi, you'll love Zoe Miller's addictive blend of passion, drama and glamour. Read the Prologue below then grab yourself a copy of A Family Scandal – the

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8
Mar

Lover at Last: Exclusive Competition

Posted by in Book News, Competition News, Competitions, Fiction, News, Recommended Reading

Lover at Last, the brand new hardback from bestselling author J.R. Ward, hits the shops in less than one month. We can hardly contain our excitement at the arrival of the next sizzling, sexy installment in J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series – and judging by the thousands of pre-orders,

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7
Mar

A particularly teasing teaser from AND THEN SHE FELL

Posted by in Book Extracts, Book News, Fiction, News, Previews, Recommended Reading

by Caroline Kirkpatrick As Stephanie Laurens’s UK editor, I couldn’t be more excited to tell you about her latest novel, And The She Fell, which is published by Piatkus on March 26th. If like me, you’ve been missing Stephanie’s wonderful Cynster novels then look no further! And The She Fell sees

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6
Mar

WIN one of 5 copies of the thrilling I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUPPER!

Posted by in Book News, Competition News, Competitions, Fiction, News, Recommended Reading

Better start flexing your comedic chops because we want YOUR biblical insults! We know you have them stored up for the pub or to shock the in-laws, so now is a chance to use them for GOOD! I Know What You Did Last Supper by Wayne Williams and Darren Allan

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5
Mar

Read an extract from The Twins by Saskia Sarginson

Posted by in Book News, Cover Launches, Fiction, News, Recommended Reading

The Twins, the debut novel from Saskia Sarginson, is available in ebook from 19th March. Every so often a novel comes along that completely blows us away. One such novel was Sister by Rosamund Lupton which published to rave reviews, going on to sell half a million copies in the

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4
Mar

Proof of Heaven to hit the silver screen

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We are thrilled to share the news that Universal Pictures have won the film rights to Dr Eben Alexander's bestselling book, Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey Into The Afterlife. The screen play will be written by Ryan Knighton. Knighton adapted Cockeyed for screen and is currently adapting Peter Spiegelman's novel Thick as

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4
Mar

Guest blog #4: Dr Robert Leahy on the importance of keeping your options open during a period of unemployment

Posted by in Blog, Bonus Material, Guest Posts, News, Non-Fiction, Recommended Reading

In his fourth and final blog post for Piatkus, Dr Robert Leahy talks about the importance of keeping your options open when looking for a job during a period of unemployment. Keep Your Options Open Many people who lose their job think that they can’t do anything except what they

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