Four questions for Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison

Authors Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison answer questions about their new book Never Evers (Chicken House). Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Five questions for... Lucie Whitehouse

Author Lucie Whitehouse talks to us about regeneration, homecoming and the Midlands ahead of the paperback publication of Critical Incidents, the first book in her new crime thriller series.   Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Five questions for... Cappelen Damm's c.e.o. Tom Harald Jenssen

The chief of one of Norway’s most prominent publishers reveals what the nation hopes to gain from its Guest of Honour berth this year. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Ellen and Ivison pen “freshers” YA novel

Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison, the authors of Lobsters and Never Evers, are writing a new YA novel about the first year of university. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Asking the Questions: PW Talks with Kathie Lee Gifford

In 'The Jesus I Know' (Thomas Nelson, Nov. 30), Gifford talks with celebrities about the ways Jesus has impacted their lives. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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UK’s Publishers Association: 64 Percent of Book Revenue at Stake in Copyright Question

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After breaking military barriers, Amy McGrath came to question the mission

The former Marine fighter pilot and Senate candidate writes of her ambition and doubts. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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A Human Cloning Error and Existential Questions Fuel This Science Fiction Romp

In Matthew FitzSimmons’s speculative murder mystery “Constance,” the title character’s consciousness is mistakenly downloaded into a clone. Continue reading at The New York Times

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A Memoir’s Painful Question: Where Are You From?

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German Independents: Klett-Cotta’s Tom Kraushaar and ‘Publisher Days’

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Need a summer book recommendation? The Post’s book team fields your questions.

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Female-centered historical novels are dogged by questions of accuracy. Hence the author’s note.

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Five questions for... Alan Parks

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Monoray to publish Lucy Beaumont's 'mumoir'

Octopus imprint Monoray is to publish Drinking Custard: The Diary of a Confused Mum, a "hilarious" memoir on the trials and tribulations of motherhood from comedian Lucy Beaumont. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Tuning into Radio You: A Conversation with Writer-Songwriter Ellen Adams, by Wendy Call

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Who should translate Amanda Gorman’s work? That question is ricocheting around the translation industry.

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12 Pride & Prejudice Book Club Questions

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Penguin Michael Joseph is to publish Life Lessons, a book Captain Sir Tom Moore finished writing at the end of last year. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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