Article published on August 4, 2017.
Yes, it’s that time again – may we present to you the summer 2017 issue of NB magazine!
To give you an idea of what’s in store, please find the contents below:
SARAH WINMAN Author of Tin Man and our cover star, interviewed by Mel Mitchell
MARTIN EDWARDS Interrogated by Erin Britton
IN CONVERSATION… With Emma Claire Sweeney and Emily Midorikawa
TOGETHER BY JULIE COHEN Julie writes her way back home
THE ROMANCE READER’S GUIDE TO LIFE BY SHARON PYWELL Bring on the pirates, says Sharon
THE BUREAU OF SECOND CHANCES BY SHEENA KALAYIL Sheena shares a lesson learned
MY FIVE FAVES By Rowan Coleman
THE WARDROBE MISTRESS BY NATALIE MEG EVANS Natalie sets the stage
EVERY LAST LIE BY MARY KUBICA Mary’s heroine digs deep
AUTHOR MEETS REVIEWER Joe Minihane meets Paul Cheney
THEY SAY, WE SAY Featuring Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig
OUR INTREPID REPORTER At Derby Book Festival
AUTHOR MEETS REVIEWER Damon Young meets Jade Craddock
‘SCRIPT Watching films, not watching films and going to the theatre
BLOGSPOT Featuring The BookTrail
ARTHUR C. CLARKE We present the 2017 shortlist
LITERATURE MATTERS Says The Royal Society of Literature
QUIRKY Q&A With Matt Haig
THE WAINWRIGHT BOOK PRIZE The shortlist reviewed and behind the scenes
AUTHOR MEETS REVIEWER Ron Butlin meets Philipa Coughlan
SCRIBBLES IN THE MARGINS An extract from the book by Daniel Gray
HELEN DUNMORE We look at Birdcage Walk
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 BOOKS Jade visits Portugal and Poland
DIRECTORY A selection of the latest releases, reviewed by you
Tin Man by Sarah Winman
The Returning Tide by Liz Fenwick
Miss Treadway & the Field of Stars by Miranda Emmerson
All the Wicked Girls by Chris Whitaker
A House Without Windows by Nadia Hashimi
Subscriber copies will be landing any day now but if you’re not a subscriber you can order the new issue or subscribe for a year over at the nudge shop.
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