Welcome to a place where booklovers and casual readers can browse and discover authors to watch out for and which book to read next. We’re a small dedicated team with loads of publishing experience and our watchwords are insight, integrity and independence. For your next read, we’d like to guide you with a gentle nudge – go on, give us a try. (Did you know there’s a 100 page magazine as well? We’re getting excited because the new issue is just about to go to print. Here’s a taster of what’s in nb90 which is now published!)
BREAKING NEWS! STOP PRESS! READ ALL ABOUT IT! etc, etc, etc CONGRATS TO our Mr BookLife, Paul Cheney, for tipping East West Street to win the Baillie Gifford prize – whose author, Philippe Sands, is donating the £30,000 prize money to an appropriate refugee charity.
4 brand new FREE* nudge Recommended Reads now available:
The Storm Sister by Lucinda Riley
The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley
The Heart of Henry Quantum by Pepper Harding
The Lonely Life of Biddy Weir by Lesley Allen
And we still have a few left of some previous nudge Recommended Reads.
And, of course, our latest batch of nb Recommended Reads are now available – *FREE and you can have all of them!
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*Nudge and nb Recommended Reads are FREE – all we ask is you cover our p&p costs.
Divide the world of books into 6 communities? Are you insane? Oh, you have . . .
Mike Stafford is convinced that crime fiction has all the answers . . .EXPLORE BOOK NOIR >
Meet our resident BookChap, Reg Seward, who is keen to engage with other BookChaps, in an entirely platonic way, you understand.EXPLORE BOOK CHAP >
Sheila A Grant is definitely not a diva (!) but finds BookDiva ideal to browse for her next read.EXPLORE BOOK DIVA >
Jade Craddock sees beyond geekiness to a cornucopia with something for everybody.EXPLORE BOOK GEEK >
Paul Cheney suggests some prizes worth keeping tabs on for BookLifers.EXPLORE BOOK LIFE >
Quality literature is the name of the game for bookhuggers and Phil Ramage knows what’s out there.EXPLORE BOOK HUGGER >