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Gifts from five literary Christmas characters

Gifts from five literary Christmas characters

Posted on 24th Dec, 2015 by Lucy Hounsom

With Christmas only hours away, author and bookseller Lucy Hounsom runs through some literary Christmas characters and the kind of gifts they might give...

Christmas Fairy tales

Christmas Fairy tales

Posted on 22nd Dec, 2015 by Anne Haas

Christmas is a magical time of year, the ideal occasion to chart the history of fairy tales. Bookseller Anne Haas explores our love of these ancient, traditional stories.

"Christmas Spirits" Five horror writers share their favourite Christmas ghost stories

Bookseller and author Neil Snowdon has curated a list of five esteemed horror writers' favourite Christmas ghost stories.

Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words

Posted on 18th Oct, 2015 by Sally Campbell & Charley Hay

Bookseller, Charlie Hay, shares her favourite last lines in literature.

Beware My Fangs – Five Fictional Dogs

Beware My Fangs – Five Fictional Dogs

Posted on 9th Oct, 2015 by Paul Doran

Bookseller Paul Doran examines dogs in fiction (for fun, not fleas).

Review: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

Review: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

Posted on 12th Aug, 2014 by Saad Maqbool

Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage - the latest novel from Haruki Murakami - is published today, and Saad Maqbool of our Leeds bookshop couldn't be happier.

The Year Ahead: Lucy Hounsom

The Year Ahead: Lucy Hounsom

Posted on 1st Jan, 2014 by Lucy Hounsom

Lucy Hounsom looks back at the resolution she made this time last year - to become a published author - and ahead to what 2014 may hold for her début novel Starborn...

Book Clinic: A child's Christmas in books

Are the sleigh bells ringing in your town? With less than three weeks to go until Christmas (yikes!) there’s no time like the present for dabbling in some Christmassy books. Isabel Popple shares some favourites, old and new, for young children (and mum and dad) to indulge their Christmas spirit…

Books about you

Books about you

Posted on 25th Nov, 2013 by Jonathan O'Brien

Novels written in the second-person narrative

Review: The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt

We wondered why we'd not heard from Cara Fielder in a while... Turns out she was lost amidst the pages of Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch - which is published today...