Fiona Scarlett’s debut novel Boys Don’t Cry was published back in April to pretty much universal acclaim. Usually, universal acclaim should be distrusted. When critics and…
Review: Tabitha Plimtock and the Edge of the World by Erika McGann, illustrated by Phillip Cullen Why yes, there actually is an Edge of the… Read More »Review: Tabitha Plimtock and the Edge of the World
World renowned crime writer Lynda La Plante sits down with LitVox to discuss her latest thriller, her favourite books and what she’s planning next…
It’s that time of year when the new books are rolling out! And you’ll be looking for the perfect book to keep the kids entranced throughout the winter….
Ann Cleeves speaks to LitVox about the inspiration behind her new work, her favourite books, and reading as an act of self-care.
Mysteries, Mayhem and Madcap Heroes for Younger Readers by Mary Esther Judy Who doesn’t like a good, gripping mystery? Especially when it involves unlikely heroes… Read More »Mysteries, Mayhem and Madcap Heroes for Younger Readers
Welcome to the second installment in our feature running through the best 100 non-fiction books of modern times! (You can still read our first list… Read More »The 100 Best Non-Fiction Books of Modern Times (No’s.90-81)
Welcome to the first installment in our feature running through the best 100 non-fiction books of modern times!
A list like this is always going to be divisive and controversial. A few years ago…..
School’s out for summer! We have worked hard and now it’s time for a well-earned break away. Whether or not we’ll be traveling is still a big question, but there is a way for the kids to head somewhere new, exciting and different. With new books!
We’re heading into the final days of Euro 2020 (in 2021) and it’s been a genuinely brilliant tournament. It really has encap…..