Début The Moss House, by Angela Clare writing as Clara Barley, is a novel based on the life of Anne Lister, a 19th-century landowner who... Read more
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Michael Joseph will publish “Countryfile” presenter and journalist John Craven’s memoir, Headlines and Hedgerows, in July.
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Julia Green, the woman who founded Bath Spa’s Masters in Writing for Young People, says teaching students humility and perserverence is the key to the... Read more
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Francis Gurry explains how the World Intellectual Property Organisation works behind the scenes to get disparate states to reach general agreement on issues surrounding Intellectual... Read more
This is Going to Hurt bounced back into the Weekly E-Book Ranking top spot, defeating Liane Moriarty’s Nine Perfect Strangers after its one-week stay at... Read more