Wonderdog – Jules Howard

Published By: BloomsburyPages: 288Released On: 12/05/2022 Almost everywhere there are humans on planet Earth, there are dogs. But what do dogs know and understand of the world? Do their emotions feel like our own? Do they love like we do? What do they think of us? Since our alliance first began on the hunt andContinue reading “Wonderdog – Jules Howard”

This is Not a Pity Memoir – Abi Morgan

Published By: John MurrayPages: 304Released On: 12/05/2022 One morning in June, Abi had her to-do list – drop the kids to school, get coffee and go to work. Jacob had a bad headache so she added ’pick up steroids’. She returned home and found the man she loved and fought and laughed with for twentyContinue reading “This is Not a Pity Memoir – Abi Morgan”

The Real Kenneth Graham – Elisabeth Galvin

Published By: White Owl/Pen & SwordPages: 190Released On: 17/12/2021 He wrote one of the most quintessentially English books, yet Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was a Scot. He was four years old when his mother died and his father became an alcoholic, so Kenneth grew up with his grandmother who lived on the banks of the belovedContinue reading “The Real Kenneth Graham – Elisabeth Galvin”

Glittering a Turd – Kris Hallenga

Published By: UnboundPages: 280Released On: 19/08/2021 Kris was living a totally normal life as a twenty-three-year-old: travelling the world, falling in love, making plans. However, when she found a lump in her boob and was told that it was not only cancer, but also incurable, life took on a completely new meaning. She was diagnosedContinue reading “Glittering a Turd – Kris Hallenga”

The Literary Almanac – Francesca Beauman

Published By: QuercusPages: 191Released On: 30/09/2021 Discover over 300 seasonal book recommendations in the ultimate reading list for book lovers everywhere. Spanning the dreary, cold days of January to the first flushes of spring and then the blazing August heat, bibliophile Francesca Beauman offers up a wealth of book recommendations. From The Count of MonteContinue reading “The Literary Almanac – Francesca Beauman”

Too Many Reasons to Live – Rob Burrow

Published By: MacmillanPages: 304Released On: 19/08/2021 Rob Burrow is one of the greatest rugby league players of all time. And the most inspirational. As a boy, Rob was told he was too small to play the sport. Even when he made his debut for Leeds Rhinos, people wrote him off as a novelty. But RobContinue reading “Too Many Reasons to Live – Rob Burrow”

Fry’s Ties – Stephen Fry

Published By: Michael JosephPages: 320Released On: 16/11/2021 Every single one of Stephen Fry’s ties – whether floral, fluorescent, football themed; striped or spotty, outrageous or simply debonair – tells an intimate tale about a moment in Stephen’s life. Inspired by Stephen’s hugely popular Instagram posts, this book will feature beautiful, hand-drawn illustrations and photographs toContinue reading “Fry’s Ties – Stephen Fry”

A Queen For All Seasons – Joanna Lumley

Published By: Hodder and StoughtonPages: 320Released On: 28/10/2021 In 2022 Queen Elizabeth II celebrates seventh years as Queen and Head of the Commonwealth. She is Britain’s longest reigning monarch and the very first to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee. Joanna Lumley guides us as we meet Princess Elizabeth in 1952, aged just twenty five, and aboutContinue reading “A Queen For All Seasons – Joanna Lumley”

Will – Will Smith

Published By: CenturyPages: 418Released On: 09/11/2021 One of the most dynamic and globally recognised entertainment forces of our time opens up filly about his life, in a brave and inspiring book that traces his learning curve to a place where outer success, inner happiness, and human connection are aligned. Along the way, Will tells theContinue reading “Will – Will Smith”

Filmquake – Ian Haydn Smith

Published By: QuartoPages: 208Released On: 04/01/2022 FilmQuake introduces 50 movies that shook the cinematic world, telling the fascinating stories behind their creation, reception and legacy. From unbelievable developments kn technology (Citizen Kane 1941) to feminist triumphs (Wanda 1970); films that kickstarted New Queer Cinema (Paris is Burning 1990) to others that challenged laemakers (A ShortContinue reading “Filmquake – Ian Haydn Smith”