Miniaturist author Jessie Burton was at Waterstones in Nottingham to talk about her new book, The Confession
Miggy Angel is a locally loved poet based in Nottingham, having moved originally from London with his family fifteen years ago. Last Friday, Miggy took to Waterstones' Sillitoe Suite to launch his latest collection Extreme Violets, and we sent our Benjamin Knight down to check it out.
Things weren't going great for Sharon Bull. While she was living a life that seemed perfect on the outside, her mental health was taking a toll. Her new book, Stripped Bare: Swapping Credit for Compassion, details how she opted out of the cosmopolitan lifestyle and found happiness in her true, authentic self. We sent Jazmin Hill to the launch of Stripped Bare, and here's what she had to say.
Living with a brain injury is a difficult and oftentimes raw experience. However, the writers and editors involved in the creation of the newest Global Words Press book Making Headway: Living with Brain Injury are willing to share their stories and inspire us all to live better and braver lives.
A descendant of horror fiction royalty, Joe Hill is a best-selling author of novels, short stories, comic books and graphic novels. His latest book, Strange Weather, brings together four stories of strangeness and surreality that are bound to chill to the bone. With an international book-tour underway, we caught up with him ahead of his appearance at Waterstones to chat about his influences, creative process, and the book itself.