If you’re packing for your last trip of the summer, throw one of these in your suitcase. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
My main book blogging project this year has been compiling the Brit Lit blog. Every weekday, I summarise what’s happening in the world of British books and publishing. It’s been fun, and rewarding, and my to-be-read pile has grown exponentially. I’d love to expand the Brit Lit blog. I’d love to spend more time bringing… Continue reading Help me make more Brit Lit things!
There’s a reason cities are such fertile terrain for novels: they’re full to the brim with people, in all their variety. Rich, poor, hopeless or spurred by the dream that brought them to the city in the first place, they come from all over the world and speak many languages, many varieties of each of… Continue reading 100 Must-Read Novels Set in London
This year, I finally made it to BookExpo, the biggest event in the American publishing calendar. It’s an incredible privilege, if you’re a book nerd, to get to hear about books in advance and then to get the advance review copies for free. I had vowed to bring home no more than ten. I failed.… Continue reading Books I Snagged at BookExpo 2017
Happy Festa della Repubblica Day! 2nd June is a day of celebration, commemorating the day in 1946 when Italy voted to become a Republic. And since there’s no better way to celebrate than with a book (okay, a book and a glass of Prosecco, maybe followed by a good pizza and some dancing), here are… Continue reading Happy Festa della Repubblica Day: Books to Celebrate Italy
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.