Welcome to The Bookseller Podcast
What to expect each month
Introducing our brand new offering – The Bookseller Podcast, hosted by acclaimed author Cathy Rentzenbrink! Now, not only can you enjoy our content via thebookseller.com and magazine, you can listen to monthly highlights from across the book world on our very own podcast.
From interviews with award winning authors to the latest reviews and book recommendations, our unique place at the heart of publishing means The Bookseller Podcast has something for every book lover.
Each month, we will deliver a variety of bookish delights for you to consume – wherever the mood takes you! Whether you’re commuting, listening at work or relaxing at home, take The Bookseller Podcast with you.
Episode #3 - Listen Now
Listen to the Full Episode - Feb 2019
Exclusive interview with Hannah Beckerman
New titles for Feb (Fiction/Non-Fiction)
Books in the Media: The best reviewed books this month
The Book Doctors: Rother Books (Battle) and Imagined Things (Harrogate)
Extract from Marlon James’ “Black Leopard, Red Wolf”, read by Dion Graham
Bookgig: The best book events in the UK this month
Interview with Hannah Beckerman - Feb 2019
An exclusive interview with Hannah Beckerman about her much anticipated new book, to be published later this month, “If Only I Could Tell You”, all about the toxicity of family secrets. Hannah also talks about her own author interviews and how variety is the spice of her life!
The Book Doctors - Feb 2019
Hear what two of the British Isles’ best indie bookshops recommend for readers up and down the country. This episode it’s Ian Cawley from Rother Books in Battle, East Sussex, and Georgia Duffy from Imagined Things in Harrogate.
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Looking for inspiration for your next read? In each episode of The Bookseller Podcast, you'll hear what some of the British Isles' best indie bookshops recommmend for readers up and down the country.
Simply fill in our short form to tell us about your reading preferences and you may find out exactly what you need from a bookselling expert in the next episode!
books featured in episode three
Date with Death
by Julia Chapman
The Confessions of Frannie Langton
by Sara Collins
by Lionel Davidson
The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz
by Jeremy Dronfield
The Smallest Things: On the Enduring Power of Family
by Nick Duerden
by Yaa Gyasi
Late In the Day
by Tessa Hadley
by Stacey Halls
All Among The Barley
by Melissa Harrison
by Mick Herron
Time To Go
by Guy Kennaway
Death at La Fenice
by Donna Leon
by Tom Nancollas
Around the World in 80 Trains
by Monisha Rajesh
The Last Act of Love
by Cathy Rentzenbrink
by Kristen Roupenian
When I Had a Little Sister
by Catherine Simpson
by Leila Slimani
by Leila Slimani
The Underground Railroad
by Colson Whitehead
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