In a mad, fast-paced, non-stop world, all we’re looking for is a bit of light relief, a few laughs, some advice and a heart-to-heart — You’re Gonna Die Alone encapsulates all these things in between a cheerfully bright yellow cover … Continue reading You’re Gonna Die Alone (& other excellent news) | November Book of the Month
We’ve been saying it for a while but it is, finally, officially, sweater weather at long last. The scarves are out, the hats are on, we’re cosying up with hot water bottles and watching the fireworks outside. But what is … Continue reading Freeze the day with these November fiction titles!
Prepare for Doctor Who’s 60th Anniversary with the 14th Doctor’s first adventure. Continue reading Doctor Who: Liberation of the Daleks – November Graphic Novel of The Month.
There’s a chill in the air, the trees are starting to go bare and there’s darkness in the evenings again… Halloween must be upon us once more! Get into the spooky spirit this year with these terrifying titles on horror … Continue reading Thirteen terrifying titles on horror film and TV to tempt and torture you this Halloween
What’s so great about a Hogarth? Why should we care about a shark in a tank? What does it matter that they are both British artworks? Art sparks questions and ideas in all of us, but most of us often … Continue reading An Opinionated Guide to British Art | October Book of the Month
Might October be our favourite month for fiction? Daring, weird, and entirely uncanny, we have quite the list coming out this month. Read on to know what you should be getting into stock this month! Near Distance by Hanna Stoltenberg, … Continue reading Pumpkin spice and books that are nice — Fiction titles coming out this October
Star of The Great British Bake-Off Kim-Joy makes her comic debut in our October Graphic Novel of The Month. Continue reading Turtle Bread – October Graphic Novel of The Month.
From grief to revelations, from sexuality to environmentalism, September is a month full of personal and introspective stories, which we are excited to shout about! Check out the below list and remember to get in touch with your local sales … Continue reading Thanks for the memoir-ies: Memoirs of September
Though first published in 1945, George Orwell’s allegorical Animal Farm has never not been politically relevant—a dystopian book that has sparked so much debate and controversy that is it still banned in some countries to this day. Our September Book … Continue reading Beasts of England | September Book of the Month Review
Our Graphic Novel of The Month for September is a unique award-winning sci-fi manga. Continue reading The Darwin Incident 1 – September Graphic Novel of The Month.