Irish author John Boyne has scooped the £2,000 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award for his “sweeping, poignant and comedic odyssey” of post-war Ireland, The Heart’s Invisible... Read more
Four debuts are up for the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award pitted against John Boyne and The Silent Companions author Laura Purcell.... Read more
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine author Gail Honeyman is one of the seven debut novelists to be longlisted for the 2018 Glass Bell Award.... Read more
Goldsboro Books has broken the £1 million turnover milestone for the first time, its co-owner revealed at a party to celebrate the shop’s 18th birthday.... Read more
Chris Cleave has won the inaugural Goldsboro Books Glass Bell award for contemporary fiction for his fourth novel, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven (Sceptre).... Read more
Goldsboro Books has invested £25,000 in a new website, offering an expanded range designed to let online visitors feel “as if they are actually visiting our... Read more
This week's pictures round-up features a Year 6 book club, Allie Esiri, the 19th annual Summer Reading Challenge and Crime in the Court.
Goldsboro Books has launched a new £2,000 prize for “compelling” contemporary fiction.
An independent bookseller’s plans to launch a new international online bookseller to rival Amazon, Bookman & Black, have been cancelled.
Bookseller Matthew Bates, TV scriptwriter Debbie Horsfield and a group of eight women, known as The Romaniacs, were all crowned the winners at the Romantic Novelists’... Read more