June sees another great crop of books making it to the US across the Pond. Some of these are published simultaneously on both sides of the Atlantic, while others have been tried and tested in the UK first. They all look great. Head over to Book Riot to read about them!
I’ve been paying a lot more attention to British publishing this year, and it turns out there’s some pretty exciting books coming out on the other side of the Pond. A bumper crop of them arrives in the US in May — don’t miss them! Head over to Book Riot for my recommendations.
I’ve been travelling a lot, and I mean a lot, in the last few weeks, so my reading has been a little all over the place and up in the air (pun intended; much of it has taken place on planes). My book buying game has remained strong and healthy, though. Some might call it… Continue reading Claire’s Week in Books, 21st to 28th April 2017
My first Bustle byline is an essay about Jami Attenberg’s All Grown Up, out today, and how it challenges common assumptions about singleness.
Happy World Book Day! In honour of today, I have a piece at Stylist magazine with nine tips and tricks for fitting more reading into your busy life. Happy Reading!
Inbox An occupational hazard of trying to have my finger more on the pulse of the British publishing scene these days is that I know about more books and am tempted by more books. My Sweet Revenge was doing really well in the UK charts a few weeks back and I couldn’t resist it. The… Continue reading Claire’s Week in Books, 5th to 12th Feb 2017
Inbox Very excited to have got approved for a digital advanced review copy of The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir, out this month in both the UK and the US. “Through letters and journals, The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir unfolds the struggles, affairs, deceptions, and triumphs of a village choir during World War II.” I loved, loved, loved The… Continue reading Claire’s Week in Books, 29th Jan to 5th Feb