I’m sure by now you all know how much Kate loves stationery, so we’re thrilled to bring you a fantastic giveaway, courtesy of Ink Drops, a stationery box subscription and gift box More »
Issue (or Prog as it is known) 1900 of 2000AD arrives next week and it is the perfect jumping on point for new and old readers. More »
Kate and Rob discuss some new books that have caught their eye plus we’ve an audio book extract!
I’m sure by now you all know how much Kate loves stationery, so we’re thrilled to bring you a fantastic giveaway, courtesy of Ink Drops, a stationery box subscription and gift box service. As this is the time of year when kids go back to school, we often still get the urge to get organised as adults, so Carla and Anastasia have given us a fantastic #SensibleSeptember goodie bundle to give away to you.
Rob’s unwell this week so instead we bring you an extra special YA episode where Kate looks at school stories with a twist!
Issue (or Prog as it is known) 1900 of 2000AD arrives next week and it is the perfect jumping on point for new and old readers.
Kate and Rob discuss the six books making up this year’s Man Booker Prize Shortlist.
It’s been a busy summer full of author signing but this week Kate and Rob try to decide upon what would make their perfect author event.
Time for a damp squib as Rob and Rich look at Lady in the Water.
Whether you fancy boys or girls or both, whether you feel like a boy or a girl on the inside…you’re just you, right? With laugh-out-loud with and wisdom James Dawson smashes the myths and prejudice surrounding sexual orientation and gender identity and tells it how it really is. Us human beings are a complicated bunch and not one us should be labelled wrongly, just because we don’t fit somebody else’s idea of normal.
As an avid reader of McSweeney’s Quarterly, those beautifully produced collections of stories overseen by Dave Eggers, and a self-confessed ‘early adopter’ of technology (the amount of apps on my iPhone grew to such a rate I had to have a clear out); The Circle by Eggers was one that I was eager to read. What would his take on a Facebook gone mad be like?