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Anne Shooter's Sesame and Spice brings a modern take to traditional Middle Eastern recipes. Below we have Anne's recipe for tomato, feta and tapenade focaccia. This whole article is making us hungry and we've made the mistake of posting it three hours before lunch. Now to spend the rest of the morning trying not to let our stomachs distract us..
With the winner of the JQ Wingate Prize due to be announced soon, we're looking at the different nominees. Today read an extract from Netanya by Dror Burstein.
Helena Coggan wrote her first draft of The Catalyst when she was 13. Two years later and it's now the first in a three-book publishing deal. Below she rallies against what she perceives as the female stereotypes within YA fiction and how she's taking steps to make a difference.
Abi Elphinstone faced almost 100 rejections for two different novels before the fourth book she wrote, The Dreamsnatcher, was picked up for publication. For any budding writers out there, here's a lesson in never giving up.
Thinking of taking the next step in your relationship with your loved one? Rob Chilver provides some advice on that biggest step of all - merging your bookshelves...
As part of the 20th anniversary of the Bath Literature Festival, a panel of experts led by Viv Groskop has compiled a list of the twenty best books from the last twenty years.
We'll say this immediately, this is a great prize.
Our Waterstones Book Club choice this week is Tuomas Kyrö funny, dark and wonderfully absurd The Beggar and the Hare. Here Kyrö discusses the inspirations behind the novel.